Monthly Archives: July 2016

Robber pummeled and left for dead at Akweteman

Robber beaten and left for dead

Residents of Flattop along the Akweteman N1 Road on Saturday 23 July woke up to an early morning unpleasant sight, as a young man’s lifeless body greeted them along the road. The unidentified young man was found dead along the Akweteman N1 Road. According to eyewitness account, the unidentified man was chased and beaten up and left to die by ...

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Wiyaala set to perform & cook at Womad UK Festival on July 29


Wiyaala will be repping Ghana in more ways than one when to she gets to the Womad International Arts Festival in the UK next Friday 29th July. Not only will she perform with her band at 9.30pm on the Ecotricity Stage, but the uber talented songstress from the Upper West Region will also cook a traditional Ghanaian dish for festival goers at Womad’s ...

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Rapper Wale & Claudia welcome daughter Zyla Moon Oluwakemi on Friday


The 31-year-old and Claudia Alexis Jourdan welcomed daughter Zyla Moon Oluwakemi on Friday (22Jul16) in New York City, he announced on Twitter in a series of posts. “I never cried and smiled at the same time until today,” he wrote. “She so beautiful slim… She perfect.” The rapper also cancelled a gig in Brooklyn after Claudia gave birth, reports. ...

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Kim says Saint’s first words have been “dada”


Kim Kardashian has revealed that her son Saint is speaking and that his first words weren’t exactly what she wanted! The star told E! that Saint’s first words were “dada” and that “he said Dada today, three times!” Kim shared the news as she spoke with press outside of a star-studded party she was hosting at the MGM Grand Hotel’s Hakkasan ...

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Russia spared total ban by IOC

russia olympics

Russia will not receive a blanket ban from Rio 2016 following the country’s doping scandal. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will leave it up to individual sports’ governing bodies to decide if Russian competitors are clean and should be allowed to take part. The decision follows a report in which Canadian law professor Richard McLaren said Russia operated a state-sponsored ...

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NBA basketball league moves its 2017 All-Star game from North Carolina over gay row

nba challotte

The NBA basketball league will move its 2017 All-Star game from North Carolina in protest about a state law that it says discriminates against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. House Bill 2, or HB2, invalidated several local anti-discrimination measures that protected LGBT people. The relocation is one of a number of high-profile consequences of the bill, including musicians cancelling ...

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Why Trump’s political convention is like no other

Man holds poster at RNC

This is my seventh US political convention and I have never seen anything quite like this. I’ve never heard a speaker booed on the stage or a party this beset by internal strife or a wing of a party drag the rest out to the fringes of political respectability. It’s stunning and begs the question: Are we watching the death ...

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Nana Addo has no message; he is pair trawling Mahama – Kofi Adams to Akomea

Kofi Adams

by: michael eli dokosi NPP stalwart, Nana Akomea has no doubt his party shall emerge victorious in the December polls stressing the Bureau of National Investigations and Economic Intelligence survey’s report forecasting victory for the ‘Development in Freedom’ party does not surprise him. Making his case on Newsfile, the NPP Communications Director rebuffed claims by National Democratic Congress operatives that ...

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