Desist from transacting Business with Kofi Asare- GNECC cautions the General public

Story by: Ebenezer Kofi Amponsah The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC), has cautioned the general public especially stakeholders and partners to desist from transacting business with the former Chairman, Mr. Kofi Asare in the name of the organisation following the termination of his appointment by the National Executive Council . Addressing the press after an emergency General Assembly meeting… Read More


  It has come to the notice of the National Secretariat of the Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) that Kofi Asare has issued a statement on the celebration of the International Day of Education on the Official letterhead of the Coalition and presented himself to various media platforms as the Chairman of the Coalition. The Coalition wishes to inform… Read More

Ecobank signs deal with AMA to beautify iconic areas in Accra

Ecobank Ghana has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to beautify some iconic areas in Accra. Under this agreement, the bank will adopt and invest in the cleaning and greening of the Africa Liberation Circle and the median, up to the traffic light adjacent the National Theatre. According to the Managing Director of the… Read More

Chief Imam has no position on voters’ register – Says spokesperson

Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu Following the recent statement by Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu, spokesperson for the National Chief Imam, regarding the compilation of a fresh voters’ register, the former has been a victim of harsh words by some persons. In view of that therefore, the spokesperson has spoken to the DGN Online with a view to setting the records straight regarding his… Read More

Government paid for Moody’s recent B3 rating of Ghana – Adongo

Member of Parliament for Bogatanga Central, Isaac Adongo Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Isaac Adongo claims Moody’s recent affirmation of the Government of Ghana’s long-term issuer and senior unsecured bond ratings at B3 and changed the outlook to positive from stable was a procured service. Moody’s has concurrently affirmed the rating of the bond enhanced by a partial guarantee… Read More

John Mahama collapsed Obuasi Mine – Gabby Otchere-Darko claims

Founder of the Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere-Darko has in a tweet blamed the collapse of the Obuasi Mine on the John Mahama administration. According to him, the Mahama administration has ‘killed’ many jobs whereas the Akufo-Addo administration has ‘created’ more. “Obuasi mine collapsed under the Mahama Govt. The Akufo-Addo Govt has revived it. One kills jobs. One creates jobs,” Gabby… Read More

MMDCEs don’t visit communities regularly – UG survey says

Kaakyire Frempong, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana Data from a study conducted by the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana have shown that metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives (MMDCEs) do not frequently visit their communities. When they do, it is done once in a while, quite contrary to their responsibility to engage the people through regular visits… Read More

Ghana’s Rafarazzi To Join Thousands In Canada For EFAC 2020

Astute and affable fashion designer Rafarazzi will be in Canada for this year’s Ethink festival of Arts and culture which is meant for celebrating the Black History month. Rafarazzi is now taking the African continent by storm with his products like ghanaba, African wear, waist bag etc. Ghanaba has become the ‘passport’ for Ghanaians living abroad with famous personalities such… Read More

Duncan-Williams’s Ex-Wife, Rev. Francisca Explains Why She Still Uses Her Ex-Husband’s Surname & more

Rev. Francisca, the ex-wife of the popular man of God, Bishop Duncan-Williams who still uses the surname of her ex-husband has in an interview with Zionfelix disclosed why she still uses that name. In the interview, Rev.Francisca who is now 60 years, explained that she can still use the name although they are divorced and that is very legal but… Read More