China parades Covid rule-breakers in public shaming through streets

Four alleged Covid rule breakers have been paraded through the streets of China in a public shaming which has sparked widespread outrage. Armed riot police in the south of the country marched the quartet around in hazmat suits – and placards with their pictures and names – state media reported on Wednesday. China banned public …

PL: Manchester United move into top six after cruising over Burnley

Manchester United scored three first-half goals for the first time in the Premier League since January as they swept Burnley aside at Old Trafford to move back into the top six. Scott McTominay’s eighth-minute curler from the edge of the area was United’s quickest top-flight goal since the Scot scored twice in the opening minutes …

Ghana, Nigeria division an illusion – Omar Sterling

One-half of the Ghanaian iconic music duo, R2Bees, made up of Omar Sterling (who used to be Paedae) and Mugeez, Omar Sterling has said, he does not believe in Ghana or Nigeria.According to the “Bob Marley’ crooner, reacting to the recent Ghana vs Nigeria debate, he said both Ghanaians and Nigerians are humans and there …

Revoke suspension of our communications officer — NPP Council of Elders

The Bono Regional Council of Elders of the New Patriotic Party has ordered the party in the region to revoke the suspension of Maxwell Mahama, the Sunyani East Communications Officer, with immediate effect. Mr Mahama, an outspoken member of the NPP in the region, was suspended from the party on March 6, 2021, for gross …

COVID-19: Ban on beaches lifted

The Greater Accra Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has lifted the ban on the operations of beaches in the region. The Council however, noted that the move is with some conditions such as entry to the beaches shall be allowed for only persons who show proof of vaccination. Beach operators shall ensure strict adherence to all …

MTN to shut Service Centres from Dec. 29 to Jan. 3 over Omicron spread

Telecom giant MTN has announced it is shutting its service centres across the country over the increasing spread of the Omicron variant. “The closure of the Service Centres is part of broader measures taken by the business to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic especially in the wake of the new Omicron variant, which …

Bawku: Pregnant woman killed for refusing to offer direction to suspects

A group calling itself the Concerned Women of Bawku are demanding justice for a pregnant woman who was allegedly murdered by some unknown men in Bawku on Tuesday. The deceased whose name has been given as Rukaya Awudu is said to have been murdered when she declined giving the directions to a certain David’s house …

PL: Foden scores as Manchester City beat Brentford to open up eight-point lead

Phil Foden marked his return to the Manchester City fold with a goal as Pep Guardiola’s side stretched their lead at the top of the Premier League table to eight points with victory at Brentford. The England international, dropped for the recent victories over Newcastle and Leicester, broke the deadlock in the 16th-minute, side-footing home …

Lil Win Collaborates With Kuami Eugene On New Banger ‘Bronya’

Multifaceted Ghanaian celebrity Kwadwo Nkansah better known as Lil Win has dropped another hit song dubbed ‘Bronya” “Bronya”, a Twi word translated in English as Christmas and crooned in mid -tempo highlife vein features award-winning Lynx Music signee Kuami Eugene. The song produced by Liberty Beat advises Christians not to wait until it is Christmas …

KIA confirms ‘unattended bag’ incident; silent on bomb scare

The Management of the Kotoka International Airport has confirmed that there was an incident at the facility on Tuesday that may have caused concerns for some travelers. Reports on Tuesday suggested there was bomb scare at the airport after a bag suspected to contain some substance was found at the arrival hall of Terminal 3. …