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Meet Asantehene, his wife and children

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, was born on 6th May,1950. His name at birth was Barima Kwaku Duah, having been named after his paternal grandfather, Ohenenana Kwaku Duah (Nana Agari), Brahyiahene, who hailed from Kantinkyiren in the Atwima District in the Ashanti Region. Otumfuo is the 3rd son and …

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My wife is an extraordinary pillar – Asantehene

The saying that behind every successful man there is a strong and wise woman holds true at the Manhyia Palace. Otumfuo Osei Tutu II appreciates the role his wife, Lady Julia, has played in the success story of his reign. Speaking exclusively to Graphic Online at the Manhyia Palace in …

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Surgery on eyesight of MoMo merchant attacked with acid begins

The Director of Korle-Bu’ Teaching Hospital’s Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre, Dr Opoku Ware Ampomah, says doctors are working to correct the eyesight of a mobile money merchant who suffered an acid attack. The young lady was attacked by suspected robbers at Gomoah Fetteh in the Central Region. Dr …

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Fire destroys property at Asafo market on Holy Saturday

About a two-hour blaze on Saturday night has caused damage at the Asafo Market in Kumasi, a day after a similar fire at the Central Market. According to Graphic Online’s Kumasi reporter, Daniel Kenu, the fire destroyed mainly the shoemakers arena and some part of the meat marketing shops close …

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Increasing cases of kidnapping worrying – Police

The Ghana Police Service has described as worrying the recent cases of kidnapping and attacks on foreign nationals in the country. The fate of three families in the Western Region continues to hang in the balance after their relatives went missing last year. This week, Nabil Makram Basbous, a 61-year-old …

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No room for hypocrisy on Free SHS – Bawumia

The Vice President, Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia says there should be no room for hypocrisy on the implementation and beneficiaries of the Free Senior High School Education policy. In jab aimed at former President John Dramani Mahama, the Vice President said the government had no plans to stop the policy. …

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Electroland Ghana limited fetes less privileged in society

Electroland Ghana limited, as part of giving back to the society yesterday, 20th April, 2019 visited and surprised some areas where less privileged kids, street hawkers, kayayoos and Street beggars are located and randomly surprised them with a pack of food and drink each. Some areas visited include Sodom and …

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Jamestown fishermen to demonstrate against closed season

Some fisherfolk in Jamestown in Accra have threatened to stage a demonstration to protest the government’s decision to ban fishing for a period in the country. Some of the fishermen say they are not adequately prepared to stay out of work for a month. The closed season is intended to …

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Police woman dies under suspicious circumstances at Prayer Camp

A police woman only identified as Corporal Elizabeth Ahoa has died under suspicious circumstances at a prayer camp at Half Assini in Jomoro Municipality of the Western Region, MyNewsGh.com has confirmed. The deceased according to official police sources who was formally in Asamankese district and currently on sick leave, had …

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Let Jesus’ resurrection rekindle your faith – Rev. Obeng Ntow

The Sakumono Distrist Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, (PCG), Rev. Emmanuel Obeng Ntow has advised Christians to ponder over the resurrection power of Jesus and allow it to rekindle their belief that the victory won over death has made them (Christians) more than conquerors. He was preaching on …

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Asantehene at 20: Rawlings pays glowing tribute

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has paid glowing tribute to the memory of the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II as the latter marks two decades since his ascendancy to the Asanteman throne. He lauded the Asantehene for his efforts towards addressing land-related problems in Asanteman and promotion of education in …

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Don’t be an MP if you want to be rich – Opare Ansah

The Member of Parliament for Suhum Constituency, Fredrick Opare Ansah, has said Parliament is not an ideal place for people to enrich themselves but rather to serve the citizens with the little resources available. According to him, the perception borne out of the fact that MPs drive in luxurious vehicles …

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I’m not recruiting for UN – Samira Bawumia

The Office of the Second Lady has warned the public against an email purporting to represent Mrs. Samira Bawumia asking people to apply for a UN Music Ambassador role. In a statement, the Office denied undertaking such exercise, adding: “Mrs Bawumia and her office assume no responsibility and will not …

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Thousands gather for Otumfuo’s 20th anniversary celebration

There is a rich display of culture in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi as the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II celebrates the ‘Akwasidaekese’ as part of his 20th anniversary on the golden stool. Major roads and principal streets within the metropolis have been blocked to traffic as local and foreign …

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Don’t use church as a cinema – Prof Mike Ocquaye

  Professor Mike Ocquaye, the Speaker of Parliament has advised Christians not to use church as auditoriums or cinema halls by visiting just to watch its internal deco, performance and outfits of people. He said the church was rather a place Christians went to worship, pour out their troubles and …

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