Sadiq Khan Wins Second Term as London Mayor After Close Race

Sadiq Khan was re-elected as Mayor of London but only after an unexpected surge in support for his main rival threatened to give Boris Johnson’s Conservatives their biggest prize of this week’s British elections.As the incumbent Labour Party candidate, Khan was the runaway favorite to win the contest and keep his job

#FixTheCountry: Govt has more to do for citizens – Sarkodie

Rapper Sarkodie is the latest celebrity to have added his voice to the undoing #FixTheCountry social media campaign aimed at demanding better governance from President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s administration.Sarkodie was early this week called out by some social media commentators over what they described as his silence on the campaign.But, in

MUSIGA partners with SIC Ghana to insure musicians

The Musicians Union of Ghana(MUSIGA) has entered into a partnership with the State Insurance Corporation(SIC) Ghana. For comprehensive insurance coverage for all its members to secure them against ailments and chronic diseases.The insurance coverage comes on the back of scathing criticisms against the union for not insuring its members, resulting

Ambulance saga: Ayariga, six others acquitted and discharged

Mahama Ayariga is MP for Bawku centralThe Member of Parliament for Bawku Central and six others who are standing trial for corruption-related offence in the purchase of an ambulance bus have been acquitted and dischargedThis was after the court had upheld their respective submission of no case after they were

Accra: Ban on drumming and noise making begins May 10

The annual ban on drumming and noise-making in Accra will this year begin on May 10, according to the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA).A Press Statement issued by the AMA has indicated that the police in collaboration with an identifiable task force will be deployed to ensure that the ban is

We’ve been fixing Ghana’s problems since 2017 – Bawumia lauds

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia says the NPP has shown commitment to improving the living conditions of Ghanaians since coming into power in 2017.Mr. Bawumia said although the COVID-19 pandemic has caused increases in prices of commodities such as oil, cement, and iron rods, the government’s performance has been outstanding.“We