Articles Posted in the " Ghana " Category

  • Ghanaian manufacturers vote restrictions on Nigerian export products

    Funsho Balogun While Nigeria continues to grapple with the effects of the fast-dwindling value of the Naira, the country’s economic woes may be heightened if the indigenous Ghanaian industrialists succeed in their present push for the Ghanaian government to place a ban on some items brought into the country from Nigeria. If a nod is […] Post from PM News

  • US air strike kills dozens at IS camp

    United States air strike on a jihadist training camp in Libya killed dozens of people Friday, probably including a senior Islamic State group operative behind attacks in Tunisia, officials said. Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said Noureddine Chouchane, also known as “Sabir,” and other jihadists had been planning attacks against American and other Western interests. […] Post from PM News

  • US to force Apple to unlock terrorists’ iPhone

    The US government Friday sought a court order to force Apple to help unlock an iPhone as part of the probe into last year’s San Bernardino attacks, escalating a legal showdown over encryption. Apple Inc, Chief Executive, Tim Cook opposed a demand from US judge to help the FBI break into an iPhone recovered from […] Post from PM News

  • UPDATE: Ghana auto crash leaves 71 dead

    A bus hit a cargo truck north of Ghana’s second city Kumasi overnight, killing 71 people in the West African country’s deadliest road crash for years. Regional Police Chief, Maxwell Atingane, said the head-on crash, which left 13 people seriously injured, occurred 420 km (260 miles) north of the capital Accra. “A Metro Mass Transit […] Post from PM News

  • Nigerians go abroad to treat malaria – NMA chairman

    Dr Suraj Ogunyemi, Chairman, Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) in Osun, has flayed some Nigerians travelling abroad to treat malaria and display their riches. Ogunyemi said this in an interview with NAN in Osogbo on Friday. He said that though Nigeria had lot of competent medical doctors to handle series of ailments, some wealthy individuals still […] Post from PM News

  • Over 9,000 schools for Milo Basketball tourney

    Taiwo Adelu A record entry of more than 9, 000 schools in Nigeria will fight for honours in the 18th edition of Nestle Milo Secondary School Basketball Championship this year. This was disclosed Thursday by the Managing Director of Nestle Nigeria Plc, Mr. Dharnesh Gordhon, who said that the longest running basketball competition in Nigeria […] Post from PM News

  • Child thief dressed as woman arrested in Benin

    Jethro Ibileke/Benin‎ ‎ ‎ The police in Benin, Edo state, have arrested and detained a middle-aged man (names withheld), for allegedly stealing a baby at the popular Oba market, King square in Benin City. The child thief suspected to be a ritualist, was said to have dressed himself like a woman, covering his head with […] Post from PM News

  • Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim to compere 2015 Glo-CAF Awards

    Juliet Ibrahim, Ghanaian actress, film producer, singer and model of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent and SuperSport of South Africa presenter, Robert Marawa have been confirmed as the official comperes of the 2015 Glo-CAF Awards. Juliet won the Best Actress in a Leading Role Award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards for her role in […] Post from PM News

  • We want to fight Boko Haram in Sambisa – Borno Hunters

    We want to fight Boko Haram in Sambisa – Borno Hunters

    Hunters in Borno on Sunday called on the military to allow them to join in the war against insurgents in Sambisa Forest, NAN reports. Malam Mai-Gana Mai-Durma, the Borno Emir of the Hunters, made the appeal in Maiduguri while addressing newsmen. Mai-Durma said that the call became imperative because the hunters were familiar with the […] Post from PM News

  • Ghana minister resigns for “unsatisfactory handling” of electricity crisis

    Ghana minister resigns for “unsatisfactory handling” of electricity crisis

    Ghana’s power minister has resigned for unsatisfactory handling of an electricity crisis that caused years of frequent blackouts and hurt to the West African country’s economy, two government sources said. Kwabena Donkor submitted his resignation on Thursday to President John Mahama after talks at the presidency a day earlier, a source close to the presidency […] Post from PM News