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ADAWEFROM READY TO GET FIT

ADAWEFROM, the currently trending social media platform which seeks to bring together all Ada natives, far and near, for social networking and development, is staging a grand Health Walk on Sunday 9th, 2020 from Ada Foah Market to Big Ada Banna at 5 am.   The program dubbed, ” Strong mind and body to build a strong community ” is to ... Read More »

ASAFOTUFIAMI 2020 OFFICIALLY CALLED OFF

Any hope this year by the people of Ada and regular visiting revelers and tourists of the annual Ada Asafotufiami Festival  has been dashed as the celebration is called off due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The paramount chief of the Ada Traditional Council, Nene Abraham Kabu Akuaku lll(Nene Ada), said he is praying and hoping that the Asafotu Festival will ... Read More »

ANOTHER “WEE” PEDDLER BUSTED AT SEGE

Another “Wee” peddler busted at Sege The Sege District Police command on 21st July 2020 arrested 33-year old disabled motor mechanic, Jerry Sheriff for possessing 107 rapped dried leaves suspected to be cannabis/ Sativa. Police arrested him in a swoop led by the District Police Commander DSP George Aboagye. In an interview with the adacommunityonline.com, DSP George Aboagye stated that ... Read More »

Existing voter ID unacceptable for new EC registration

The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) will not accept the existing voter ID cards as a proof of eligibility when it commences the compilation of a new voter register on the 30th of June, adacommunityonline.com can confirm. This was contained in the judgement delivered by the Supreme Court on Thursday, June 25. Confusion has emerged following the judgement as the ... Read More »

Only rich people contract the coronavirus – Sege residents

Many residents of Sege, capital of the Ada West District in the Greater Accra Region, believe that COVID-19 affects only the rich, contrary to scientific facts. While some of them said the coronavirus may exist somewhere in the world but not Ghana, others said even if it was in the country, the number of infected people were being exaggerated because ... Read More »

Coronavirus: Ghana records 262 new cases to reach 11,118

  Ghana’s Coronavirus case count has crossed 11,000 as the country records 262 new cases, according to latest updates by the Ghana Health Service. Four hundred and ninety-eight cases were announced midday on Friday, June 12, and barely 12 hours after that, latest figures released by the Ghana Health Service on Saturday, June 13, 2020, indicate that the new case count is ... Read More »

Pastor who allegedly threatened EC boss tests positive for cannabis, tramadol

    A drug test conducted on Kwabena Owusu Adjei, the self-styled pastor who was arrested for allegedly threatening Jean Mensa, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission has tested positive for tramadol and cannabis. A medical report, sighted by Citi News from the Police Hospital showed that his urine sample was taken and tested for some banned substances on Tuesday, June 9, ... Read More »

EC suspends voters registration pilot as BVR machine fails

The Electoral Commission’s pilot of the anticipated Voting Registration exercise in the Western Region has been suspended. 3news.com can report that the BVR machine used to capture the bio-data of applicants has developed a fault. Officials who were at the section to capture the bio-data have already packed off the machine. The about 15 persons who were at hand to ... Read More »

Former US President George H.W. Bush dead at 94

Former US President George H.W. Bush has died at age 94 in Houston, according to his spokesperson. Born into privilege and a tradition of service, Bush was a son of a senator, celebrated World War II combat pilot, student athlete, Texas oilman, Republican congressman, national party chairman, pioneering diplomat and spy chief. After his own 1980 presidential campaign came up ... Read More »

Ghana’s Harmonious Chorale crowned world champions at 2018 World Choir Games

Ghana’s sole participant at the 2018 World Choir Games, The Harmonious Chorale, has been crowned as World Champion in Pretoria, South Africa. The choir won the newly created category C28 during the second awards ceremony held on Friday at the Moreleta Park Church. This is an Open Repertoire at the championship level of the World Choir Games. In the first ... Read More »