Dont marry only for love, it can destroy your destiny - Sonnie Badu advices ladies

Ghana's icon and gospel musician Dr Sonnie Badu has dished out gems and pieces of advice to all ladies out there who are searching and looking to settle saying; love is not the only determinant in choosing a life partner to marry for the entirety of a person's life. The gospel musician now man of God and based in Uk in a sermon has adviced women on how to select a good partner that will not cost them their destiny for a lifetime. Speaking to his congregation, he said that women must not enter into a marriage only because they feel they are in love, the man is romantic who buys them gifts and takes them out on a date. He said that women need to be strategic in selecting the right person because if they make the mistake to select or accept the wrong person based on his romance and not his vision then their destiny will be destroyed. Mr Badu stated that a lot of young ladies go for romance and not vision and by the time they become conscious of certain things then the man has star

CEO of St Andrews Group of Companies to embark on "Opearation Take Over Assin"

As part of preparations to win all the parliamentary seats of the three constituencies of Assin which is Assin North, Central and South, the chief executive officer (CEO) of St Andrews Group of Companies Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu has team up with the three parliamentary candidates of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to wrestle power from the incumbents who are all from the NPP in the three Assin constituencies. This was confirmed by the morning show host of rich FM, a private radio station own by Mr Asiedu in Assin Fosu today. The tour which has named operation take over Assin commences tomorrow July 4th.  The business tycoon's affiliation to the NDC is well known as he tried to contest the party's primaries but later pulled out for the then MCE Dr Blankson in 2016. The three Assin constituencies are all currently NPP seats hence the need for a team like this to match the likes of Hon Kennedy Ohene Agyapong of Assin Central, Hon Abena Durowaa Mensah of Assin North

Sir John is dead

The chief Executive officer (CEO) and a former General Secretary of ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie popularly called Sir John is reported dead. His death which took the nation by surprise occurred Wednesday night at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital. He was reported to have died of corona virus. Sir John was a legal practitioner with Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie and Associates as his chamber. The demise of Sir John is a blow to the NPP because he was very instrumental in the party's victory over the NDC in the 2016 general election so much was expected of him in this year's general election. Sir John had other funny names "kookoo ase kuraseni, fear delegates among others.

Poloo in trouble over "indecent" picture with son

There are reports in the media that Rosemond Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo was invited today by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service over pictures she shared online which has been described as indecent. The picture was shared as part of her sons birthday celebration. Poloo herself half naked in front of her son who is only in an underwear. It has also come to our notice that a child right group lodged the complain hence the invitation. This is not the first time Poloo is in the news for the wrong reason. She is known for posting indecent videos and pictures of herself just for media attention.

Compare the number of road accidents when there were no church activities to when churches were operating -Obotan

Apostle John Blay has stated that most of the road accidents on our roads that claims lots of lives and properties are as a result of occultic activities of occult Prophets who claims to be men of God. Apostle Blay, popularly known as Obotan who is a man of God and also a herbalist brought to bare how fast Occultic ministration is ongoing in our Churches and in the country. Obotan was the guest on Net 2 TV evening programme The Hot Seat. He claimed to have previously practice trickery and occult.  He mentioned that most of these "men of God" sacrifices innocent souls for more spiritual powers.  To prove his point, he then asked Ghanaians to compare the rate at which there were road accidents when churches were operating to when the President ordered all church activities to be suspended because of the covid 19 spread.

Electoral commission brief Ghanaians on preparedness and readiness for the new voters register.

The chairperson of the electoral commission of Ghana has reiterated the commissions readiness to go ahead with the new voters registration tomorrow. The electoral commission has not has it easy for sometime now because of law suits by the leading opposition party the NDC and some citizens sought for courts injunction of the exercise but was giving the go ahead with the exercise. Though she admitted the country has not won the fight against the corona virus yet the commission has and will be working with both the health service and the covid 19 team which was established by the government. Madam Jean Mensah also adviced Ghanaians who are eligible to register and adhere safety precautions by waring nose masks and washing of hands at the centers. In a related development, the President His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo has also briefed the nation on governments readiness to support the exercise which will produce a register for the December 7 presidential and parliamentary elec

2021 African Cup O Nations Likely To Be Postponed - CAF Official Hints

Executive Committee member of CAF, Hany Abo Rida has revealed that the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) is likely to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 33rd edition of Africa's prestigious tournament has been scheduled to take place on 9 January, 2021 in Cameroon. However, Africa's football governing body has been forced to postpone three rounds of qualifiers until further notice and that has put the tournament under threat after two matches played. Rida, former chairman of the Egyptian Football Association, spoke ahead of CAF's video conference on Tuesday, 30 June, 2020 to discuss the way forward amid the coronavirus pandemic "All scenarios are on the table after the competition’s suspension because of the coronavirus pandemic," he told a television programme late on Saturday. "The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon will likely be postponed, as the African national teams have not completed the rounds of the qualifiers." Rida also re