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COP Kofi Boakye (left) receiving a citation from Listowell Yesu Bukarson

General News

MicJoy Advertising, a media consultancy firm, in collaboration with Academic Diary, an education-oriented newspaper, has presented separate awards to 11 distinguished personalities in the country for their outstanding contributions to national development.

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu has charged government to increase the number of trained doctors in the country.

The late Dr Kofi Asare

General News

A former Member of Parliament (MP) for the Akwatia Constituency in the Eastern Region, Dr Kofi Asare, has died following a car accident.

Professor Enyonam Yao Kwawukume, president of Family Health Medical School

General News

Professor Enyonam Yao Kwawukume, president of Family Health Medical School has urged students to take advantage of available facilities to develop their personality, intellect and potentials.


The Akyem Oda Area Head of the Christ Apostolic Church International, Rev. Emmanuel Ohene Fenteng, has called on Ghanaians to eschew homosexuality, lesbianism and abuse of hard drugs since indulging in these activities had the tendency for ruining their lives.

Six Fishermen in the Jomoro District have given the immediate past District Chief Executive, Mr George William Somiah, and the NDC Constituency Chairman, Mr Gideon Konibah, one week ultimatum to refund their monies paid for the purchase of outboard motors or face arrest.

President Nana Akufo-Addo while addressing Parliament


The National Democratic Congress has asked President Akufo-Addo to back his call for an end to all post-election violence by disbanding with immediate effect, the vigilante Invisible Forces of the New Patriotic Party.

Hawa Akua Koomson. Picture: INNOCENT K. OWUSU.


The Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya East, Madam Hawa Akua Koomson, has urged Ghanaians to support President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to effectively implement all policies of his administration.

Some members of the Minority in Parliament. From left are Mr Iddrisu Mahama, the Minority Leader, Mr James Avedzi, the Deputy Minority Leader, and Alhaji Muntaka-Mubarak. Picture: EMMANUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI


The Minority in Parliament have accused President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of presenting a selective message on the true state of the nation and creating an atmosphere of hopelessness in his maiden State of the Nation Address to Parliament Tuesday.

In separate interviews with the Daily Graphic after the address, some Minority Members of Parliament (MPs) said the President decided to focus on the negatives of the past government that satisfied his purpose and failed to recognise the positives in order to deceive Ghanaians that he had inherited a mess, when in fact it was not the case.

Rev. Prof. Emeritus John S. Pobee giving a lecture at a ceremony in Accra. Picture: BENEDICT OBUOBI


The government has been advised to get to work to realise the aspirations of Ghanaians who are full of expectation.

Instead of harping on its Danquah-Busia heritage, the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) must work hard and leave a lasting legacy just as J.B Danquah had done.

President Nana Akufo-Addo


President Nana Akufo-Addo on Tuesday endured what could aptly be described as a ‘baptism of taunts’ when he appeared before Parliament to deliver his first State of the Nation Address since assuming the presidency following his December 2016 electoral victory.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his government has inherited an economy of low growth, rising unemployment, high fiscal deficit, high rising debt and increasing depreciation of the cedi, high cost of food, housing and utility and high non-performing loans among others.


Cape Coast Stadium pitch

Sports News

Officials in charge of the new Cape Coast Stadium have been asked to desist from renting out the facility for musical events to save the pitch from further deterioration.

The National Sports Authority, Madam Frederica Davies

Sports News

A passionate appeal has been made to the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to come to the aid of Ghana Sports which is in dire financial straits at the moment.

Making the appeal in Accra last Monday, the Public Affairs Director of the National Sports Authority, Madam Frederica Davies, called on Pesident Akufo-Addo to organise a breakfast meeting involving all CEOs of corporate organisations to discuss how to fund Ghana Sports.

The winners and officials of the Tema Country Golf Club in a pose after the event.

Sports News

Great turnout, great organisation and a high level of competitive golfing characterised the 4th Zipnet Owusu Adjapong (OA) Golf at the Tema Country Golf Club (TCGC) on Saturday.

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I am on a daily scavenger hunt to find things that will make the people I care for smile, especially the one I love. Sometimes it’s a text, or maybe I’ve found a book or something simple that will hopefully brighten my sweetheart’s day.

A deliberate attempt to clutter may require too much effort


Cluttering can be overwhelming and very stressful.  And the earlier something is done about it the better. No one really plans to clutter. Even the non-meticulous ones do not intentionally clutter. So then why do we get in such a situation?

An organised wardrobe saves time when picking clothes


Some people possess wardrobes that look like a mini earthquake erupted in there. Lack of time to organise, sort and arrange can leave the wardrobe in such a state for a long time. It’s obvious then that the best we could do will be to arrange and organise it from time to time. Here are some pointers.

Mr Alex Adzew, COO of GOIL, at the meeting. Picture: DELLA RUSSEL OCLOO

Business News

The decision by the Ghana Oil Company (GOIL) Limited to establish GO Energy about two years ago to procure and distribute petroleum products to its retail outlets has increased the company’s market share to 23 per cent.

One of the new fleet for the West Africa Airlines

Business News

Africa World Airlines (AWA) will soon expand its services to the sub-region with additional routes to Abuja, Abidjan, Freetown, Ouagadougou and Dakar, among others.

Ebenezer Twum Asante, CEO - MTN Ghana

Business News

The total number of mobile voice subscriptions in the country increased from 35.0 million as of the end of 2015 to 38.3 million by the end of December 2016. This represents a percentage rise of 9.42 per cent and brings the total penetration rate in the period to 136.34 per cent.

Sena Dagadu

Showbiz News

She caught the attention of music lovers in the country with her style on VVIP’s Skolom in 2015 and since then, Sena Dagadu has amassed a large public following.

Kofi Kinaata’s song Confession is arguably the talk of town and to get attention for themselves, music group UG360 has done a version of the song. The leader of the group, Nanky, says he sees nothing wrong with doing a cover of the song because Confession is nice and everyone loves it.

Members of the interim working committee of the actors guild

Showbiz News

The Chief Director of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Arts, Nana Oduro Kwarteng, has called for unity among members of the film industry in the country in order to present a unified front to fight for the improvement of the industry.

South Africa's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been ruled "unconstitutional and invalid" by the High Court.

South Africa notified the UN of its intention to leave last October, accusing the ICC of undermining its sovereignty.

Two of the wanted men are Kim Uk II (left) and Hyon Kwang Song (right)

International News

Malaysian police have named a senior North Korean embassy official they want to question in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-nam.

Hyon Kwang Song is one of three North Koreans being sought, along with an employee of the state airline.

The Trump administration has issued tough guidelines to widen the net for deporting illegal immigrants from the US, and speed up their removal.

Undocumented immigrants arrested for traffic violations or shop-lifting will be targeted along with those convicted of more serious crimes.