Monthly Archives: November 2018

Fear And Panic Hits Ghana Health Service as Anas Hints Release Of Another Exposé

Waves of tremor are sweeping through the Ghana Health Service (GHS), over investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest exposé, which is set to be released soon. Investigative Journalist and Ghana’s most feared man, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, on Friday November 23, 2018, threatened to once again shake the country as he prepares to drop another exposé video, which he said is

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Fuse ODG: I Used To Be Ashamed Of Being African

Ghanaian Afro beats musician, Fuse ODG, has disclosed that he used to be ashamed admitting being an African. According to the Afro beats singer, as a black African growing up in the UK, he was embarrassed by the negative portrayal of the African continent. The poor images, and the never-ending negative news about his ancestral home affected his ego and

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The Story Of Queen Moremi Ajasoro In Theatres In December

Moremi Musical Drama is going to be 90 mins of dance, drama and music, it tells the story of the legendary Queen Moremi Ajasoro, from Ile-Ife  how she risked her life and made the ultimate sacrifice  to end trafficking of her people especially  women and children, it shows the strength of a woman in ancient history over 1200 years ago.

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Boko Haram Abducts 15 Girls In Fresh Attacks

It seemed the Boko Haram menace is yet to be curtailed, as an NGO and a local Councillor has reported on Saturday that suspected members of Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram has abducted around a dozen girls in raids on several border villages in southeastern Niger. “We still don’t know the number but we can estimate a dozen girls have

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