Thursday , 18 January 2018


Songor for all: Full statement of Ada Songor Women Association petition to President Mahama

The Ada Songor Salt Women Association held a peaceful demonstration at Sege on Thursday

ADA SONGOR SALT WINNERS WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION STATEMENT AND PETITION TO H.E. PRESIDENT JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA FOR SONGOR FOR ALL (FOR ALL TO THRIVE AT AND THROUGH THE SONGOR SALT LAGOON) presented through the Ada West District Chief Executive at our Peaceful Demonstration at Sege,  Ada West on Thursday, 29 September 2016. We are embarking on this Demonstration because we could ... Read More »

MTN partners Izone and Garmin launch health watches

Mr. Eric Nsarko, Sales Distribution Exec at MTN delivering an address at the launch

MTN, Ghana’s leading telecommunications provider, has partnered with Izone, its major distributor, and Garmin, the world’s leading satellite navigation lifestyle technology company, to launch a range of smart Wearable Tech watches. The products launched include: Garmin vivoFit3, vivoMove classic, vivoSmart HR, vivoActive HR, Fenix 3HR and Garmin Index smart scale. The devices connect with the user’s mobile phone to display ... Read More »

Fisheries Commission select 25 trainees to combat illegal fishing in Ada


There has been a public outcry for the depletion of Ghana’s fish stock in recent years which has created unbearable challenges for the fisher folks. In an attempt to salvage the situation, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Ghana Fisheries Management Project is collaborating with the Fisheries Commission to embark on a massive effort to rebuild the fish ... Read More »

Ghanaian actor Majid Michel turns pastor


Popular Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel is now a minister for Christ. The actor was spotted at the Zoe Sanctuary with former colleague actors, Pascal Amanfo and Timothy Bentum of Timothy Bentum Ministries, at an event themed Breaking Alters. Instablog9ja reports the trio spent four days praying, preaching and anointing the congregation. Bentum ministries we learnt is a movement to embark on ... Read More »

PHOTOS: Ada West District Court and Police station completed in Sege

The front view of the newly completed Ada West District Court at Sege

The capital of the new Ada West District Assembly, Sege, Ada in the Greater Accra Region has seen a rise in infrastructural development since the creation of the district some few years ago. Among the number of the developmental projects currently going on is the completion of the new district court and police station. Here are some pictures of the ... Read More »

Money has replaced respect in Ghana – Rawlings


Former president, Jerry Rawlings has lamented the spate of indiscipline in Ghana, saying the dignity which used to characterize the Ghanaian society has waned. “There was a time when we carried ourselves with so much dignity we did not need the coercive machinery of the handcuff or guns to our heads to do the right thing. “We have destroyed the ... Read More »

Men grow up at 43, 11 years later than women – Survey reveals


A study into the differences in maturity between genders revealed both men and women agree men remain ‘immature’ well into their late 30s and early 40s. But the average age at which women mature emerged as 32. Alarmingly, eight out of ten women believe that men ‘never stop being childish’ – with breaking wind, burping, eating fast food in the ... Read More »

Government increase minimum wage

Haruna Iddrisu - Minister of Employment and Labour Relations

Public servants will have a 10 percent salary increase from January 2017. This was announced by the Minister for Employment and Labour Relations Haruna Iddrisu on Wednesday. In January 2016 the government increased the minimum wage to GH8. This means that the minimum wage would increase to GH8.80 in January 2017. The increase was agreed on after a meeting was ... Read More »

President Obama appoints Ghanaian to US Cancer Board

Dr Ali-Osman

A Ghanaian professor of Surgery and Pathology based in the United States of America (USA) has been appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the US National Cancer Advisory Board. Dr Francis Ali-Osman was appointed among other members to advise President Obama, the US Secretary of Health and Human Service and the Director of the National Cancer Institute on ... Read More »

Don’t rush to be a prophet – Odeefuor Frimpong

Odeefuor Nana Kwame Frimpong

Christians have been warned not to fall as victims to the works of some ‘false prophets’ who claim they have been called and ordained by the Almighty God. In an interview with, Odeefuor Nana Kwame Frimpong of Assemblies of God, Stadium Branch, Kumasi, sounded the caution due to the rise of ‘mallam prophets’ in the country. According to Odeefuor ... Read More »