Monthly Archives: August 2018

75% of Ghanaians Would Go To Live In Another Country If Given The Opportunity- Report

A survey conducted by renowned research organization Pew Research Center has revealed that 75% of Ghanaians would go to live in another country, if they had the means and opportunity. The research titled: At Least a Million Sub-Saharan Africans Moved to Europe Since 2010, was published on March 22 and showed that four-in-ten Ghanaians want to leave the country. It

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Arua – Stones to Votes

Stones t hrown, Guns found….allegedly! The race to replace the late Ibrahim Abiriga as representative in the Parliament had 12 contestants, all pleading for over 18,000 voters in 65 polling stations. The 12 contestants being Kassiano Wadri (Independent), Jackson Lee Buti Atima (Independent), Robert Ejiku (Independent), Francis Elton Nyero Lakelle (Independent), Sunday Jershem Moses Anguandia (Independent), Alfred Nyakuni (Independent), Simon

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LAI MOHAMMED & OTHER DIGNITARIES SET TO GRACE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL TOMORROW AUGUST 17

The Osun Osogbo Festival is so huge that the festival has been listed by UNESCO as one of the socio-cultural brand fiesta of the Osogbo people. The Osun Osogbo Festival, which represents a pact between the Osun goddess and Oba Larooye, the first Oba of Osogbo, over 600 years ago, is set to hold on Friday August 17 2018. The

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YINKA AYEFELE RELEASES MORE EVIDENCE AGAINST OYO STATE GOVT

The fight between Dr Yinka Ayefele, owner of Fresh FM and Oyo state government gets messier. Recall that Ayefele’s camp cried fowl in a story published by WakeUpAfrica yesterday, when they were served a 3 day demolition notice of their Music House Complex in Challenge, Ibadan, Oyo State. Read also OYO GOVERNMENT SET TO DEMOLISH YINKA AYEFELE’S FRESH FM IN 3

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