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Sarkodie wins Best International Act at BET Awards E-mail

Ghana's king of the mic, Sarkodie has won the Best International Act (Africa) at this year's Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards which came off at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles Sunday night.

Still All-die-be-die; Nana Addo defends E-mail

Flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo has strongly defended his controversial ‘all-die-be-die’ mantra which has been heavily criticized.

Ghanaians would retain NDC in power - Vice President E-mail

Vice President John Dramani Mahama on Friday gave the assurance that Ghanaians would in December this year retain the NDC government in power due mainly to the numerous development projects executed in its first four years.

Egypt: Mursi Orders Forming Committee for Civilian Detainees E-mail

Egypt's newly-elected President Mohamed Mursi ordered the formation of a committee grouping the interior ministry, general prosecution and military justice, to look into the cases of detained civilians.

Kenya: 10 Dead, Dozens Injured in Multiple Church Attacks E-mail

Garissa — At least 10 people have been shot dead and dozens others seriously injured in two separate attacks on churches in Garissa town during Sunday morning services.

Nigeria's Lagos State Reels After Flooding E-mail

In Lagos, rainfall is fast becoming a curse rather than a blessing with the loss of lives and property occasioned as a result of heavy downpour, storm and flood. Last week, Lagos experienced that tragedy once again, Paul Dada writes.

Judge condemns radio lawyers E-mail
A High Court Judge in Takoradi has condemned Accra-based legal practitioners who he says are practicing their law on radio by commenting unnecessarily on issues that are before competent courts of jurisdiction thereby misleading the public to form wrong opinions.
Republic Day has lost its significance- KB Asante E-mail
The Republic Day commemoration has simply lost its meaning because of the country’s departure from the founding principles of self reliance. That is according to retired diplomat K. B Asante who was also a Secretary to Ghana’s first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
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