Headlines You Missed During The Week On Ghana Things. On this week, Ghana Things became the most popular website that you can get all the reliable social news in Ghana and with this, we covered more news in Ghana including the entertainment part, lifestyles, jobs and opportunities in Ghana, politics, business, technology news and more.
But with all these news, most people skipped and couldn’t get them since they were busy at job-side and such is why we the editorial team at Ghana Things decided to bring to you some of the headlines you missed during the week to read as brief news and here are them below:
Video: Moesha Boduong Flaunts Heavy ‘Ass-et’ All Over Instagram
Moesha Buduong is a Ghanaian TV presenter, actress and model who is also known for granting a controversial interview to CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour on issues of sex, love and gender. Read More
NDC And NPP Can’t Be Compared To My Party – Akua Donkor
Failed presidential candidate and hopeful 2020 presidential candidate Akua Donkor says the two popular political parties in the country which are the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and New Patriotic Party (NPP) cannot be compared to her Ghana Freedom Party. Read More
Renaming Institutions After Politicians Needless – Samia To Government
Daughter of Ghana’s first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah has described as a misplaced priority the practice by government to rename public institutions after former politicians.
Samia Nkrumah in an interview with Joy News says politicians should rather focus on addressing pertinent problems facing citizens. Read More
Kwame Despite’s Son, Kirk Takes His Date To Prom Night In A Rolls Royce
Photos of one of the son’s of Kwame Despite and his beautiful girlfriend at what looks like a Prom Night has popped up online and everyone is dazzled at how cute they look together.
This son of Despite who is known as Kirk is said to be about 16 and a student of Tema International School. Read More
Ministry Of Foreign Affiars To Introduce Chip-embedded Passports
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has disclosed that the ministry had begun discussions aimed at introducing chip-embedded passports to keep up the pace of technological advancement and enhance the security of the Ghanaian passport. Read More
NPA Successful In Convicting 210 Corrupt Government Officials
The NPA has made solid gains in its fight against political graft and corruption by boosting it commercial crimes conviction rate.
In its annual report to Parliament, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has stated that it has increased its commercial crimes conviction rate to 95% and has successfully convicted more than 350 people over the last 12 months. Read More
I Will Not Stop Acting When Elected MP – John Dumelo
Charismatic Ghanaian actor, turned politician, John Dumelo, says it would be “unfair” for him to bow out of the movie industry if he enters parliament.
The political aspirant who is eyeing the National Democratic Congress seat for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency held that it was acting that made him who he is today. Read More
‘I Will Expose NPP Officials Who Complain Secretly About Government’s Failure’ – A Plus
Musician cum politician and sympathizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP) Kwame Asare Obeng aka Kwame A Plus has threatened to expose the ‘hypocrites’ in the party.
According to him, some big men in the party secretly complain of their disappointment in the government’s incompetence yet openly defend the party when given the platform to talk. Read More
Ghana, Angola Waive Entry Visa Requirements
Ghana and Angola have waived entry visa requirements for their nationals who are holders of valid diplomatic and service passports. Holders of these passports may transit through and stay in the territory of either Ghana and Angola for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days from the date of first entry, without having to obtain a visa. Read More
Productive Groundnut Farming For Women Farmers
The women of Ayorya, a community in the Brong-Ahafo Region, are noted for groundnut farming. For some years now, they are unable to harvest much from their labour as used to be the case in the past. This is because their groundnut farms are being affected by delayed rainfall or heavy rains due to changes in climatic conditions. Yields are low during drought and get rotten during heavy rains and flooding. Read More