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Ghana Does Not Lack Leadership But Rather Truthfulness – Hon. Kwasi Etu-Bonde

  WHAT IS DESTROYING US? What is destroying Ghana and by extension Africa is NOT Lack of Leadership. It’s rather Lack of Truthfulness in every spheres of our lives.   Lack of Truthfulness has led to Lack of Justice which has resulted in Lack of Development in All Sectors and Spheres of our country Ghana and continent Africa. Be it ... Read More »


Hon Kwasi Etu-Bonde Writes.   A business such as Fuel Station, Iron Rod, Provisions and Cement Dealership involves transfer of large sums of money on weekly basis as well as dependent on Loans and Overdraft facilities from Banks. Using Cement Dealership as my case study it came out as follows. A Cement Dealer who order an articulator truck load of ... Read More »

Jessica Opare-Saforo quits Adabraka-based Citi FM and Citi TV after 17 years

Jessica, who has been with the station for the past 17 years, has hosted some of the station’s flagship programmes including ‘Brunch in the Citi’, ‘Sex in the Citi’, ‘Sister Sister’, ‘Upside Down’ and ‘Traffic Avenue’ (formerly ‘Citi Drive’) which is Citi FM’s late afternoon show. Jessica, before quitting Citi FM and Citi TV was the Programmes Manager, the host ... Read More »

Mahama was visionary: Ameri plant handed to government

The Ameri power plant was finally handed over to government after the Build, Own, Operate, Transfer (BOOT) contract elapsed. It is has now been transferred to the VRA and would be subsequently moved to Kumasi. The AMERI power deal came to fore because the then Opposition NPP used it as an election campaign against the John Mahama administration citing corruption. ... Read More »

Black Stars failure to qualify is poetic justice

The Black Stars have failed to qualify for the knockout stage of this year’s AFCON. Although most Ghanaians are very disappointed with todays results, most Ghanaians would be the first to admit that we have played second fiddle in this year’s AFCON. To have crashed out to a new comer like the Comoros completely tell us how far the standards ... Read More »

Ken Ofori-Atta living in a fool’s paradise

The Finance Ministry responding to latest reports by Bloomberg and Fitch on our debt sustainability has stated that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. That can’t be further from the true state of the economy. It is said in our local parlance that  ”  A man whose mother is dead and says She is sleeping is only deceiving himself.” ... Read More »

1MamaAfrica Returns To Ghana In Celebration Of 5 Years Of Service To The Ghanaian Community.

PRESS RELEASE 2022 “It’s All About You” The Celebration Begins Tuesday February 1st 9AM AT Kotoko Airport Accra Ghana Come Out For A Meet & Greet, Interview, Gifts & Special Announcements.   Development Queen Mother Returns To Ghana In Celebration Of 5 Years Of Service To The Ghanaian Community.   Princess-Trinity SatRa Born American Ghanaian Repatriate Titled Nana Afia Adorkor ... Read More »

Fire Service Officer Drowned While Rescuing Three People Trapped In A 40Foot Deep Well

Last Saturday, an officer from the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFSAgona )’s West Municipal office drowned while rescuing three people trapped in a 40-foot deep well at Gomoa Oboasi in the Gomoa Central District of the Central Region. In an attempt to rescue two guys who were trapped while working in the well, the owner was also trapped. The fire ... Read More »

Policeman releases suspect in custody in exchange for sex

A police officer has been detained and thrown in police custody after reportedly having sex with a female suspect being held at the Nkanfoa police station in Cape Coast.   At early on Saturday, September 25,Lance Corporal Isaac Apomah allegedly released the suspect, Theresa Forson, in exchange for sex.   According to Graphic online, The suspect, Theresa Forson has also ... Read More »

Student Dies As Backflip Fails In Celebration Of Final Exam

One of the final year students at the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has passed away after a peculiar sequence of events on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. On campus, Abdul Majeed Sani suffered a severe spinal injury while celebrating the completion of his undergraduate degree. As a gymnast with the Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports, Sani has ... Read More »