Day: January 22, 2020

World News

Boko Haram beheads Christian leader in Nigeria

Boko Haram insurgents beheaded a Christian leader in their captivity on Monday, according to Ahmad Salkida, a Nigerian journalist closely covering the crisis in Nigeria and across the Lake Chad region. The journalist in a tweet said Reverend Lawan Andimi along with a soldier were were killed by the the terrorists at the same time. […]

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Business

Nana gets £326m from UK

Ghana is set to draw 326 million pounds sterling from the coffers of the British government for major infrastructural developments across the country. One of the beneficiary projects of the investment funds is a £120 million export contract which would see the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital upgraded. A £40 million Contracta Construction UK deal has […]

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Local News

Police officer shot dead at Mankessim

A police officer has been shot dead at Mankessim in the Mfantseman Municipality of the Central region. The Lance Corporal was in mufti and on his way to the office when he was shot. The attack on him follows a shoot out between the police and some armed robbers who had attacked a fuel station […]

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News

I only cautioned Ahmed Suale in 2017 after he ‘scammed’ me – Nyantakyi reveals

Former Ghana Football Association boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi has condemned reports linking him to the murder of member of Tiger P.I., Ahmed Hussein Suale a year on. Mr. Nyantakyi who until now had been off the media space following his resignation from the GFA, opened up to GhanaWeb in an exclusive interview that he felt there […]

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Business

After losing $2.3 billion at UBS, Kweku Adoboli now seeks redemption in Ghanaian bonds

Former UBS Group AG trader, Kweku Adoboli, fought to avoid deportation from the U.K. to the nation of his birth after his conviction for a $2.3 billion loss at the Swiss bank. Now, he is seeking a comeback in Ghana with a plan to kick-start its mortgage-backed bond market. The 39-year-old was extradited to Ghana […]

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