The Founder and General Overseer of the Action Faith Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, has slammed Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, founder of the Glorious Word Ministry International who recently made a doomsday prophecy about President John Dramani Mahama’s fate this year. Last week, Rev. Owusu Bempah stated emphatically that on December 31, 2012, he foresaw the possible death of President Mahama before the end of this year. According to him, the only way the dark verdict could be overturned was when President Mahama
Renowned Radio Pastor and Head of Cedar Mountain Chapel of the Assemblies of God Church, East Legon, Rev. Dr. Stephen Wengham, wants the National Security outfit to summon a colleague Man of God before them regarding an earth-shattering prophesy the latter publicly gave about President John Dramani Mahama last week. He believes such an action by the security agencies will deter some Prophets from prophesying falsehood about the lives of people in the country.
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation says an oily substance that gushed out from a dug-out well in Jombo in the Volta Region is not crude oil. Reports were rife last week about the discovery of crude oil in the Nkwanta North in the Volta Region following the gushing out of an oily substance from a well being dug by a man.The area was quickly secured by National Security with the officials of the GNPC moving in to ascertain the veracity of the find.
The subject of ‘juju’ seems not to be far away from the Black Stars camp anytime they come crushing out of major tournaments ala the AFCON 2012 in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, where then Ghana Coach, Goran Stevanovic ‘Plavi’ came out to confirm the use of ‘black magic’ by some of his charges in camp. This time though in South Africa, it seems the ‘culprit’ was outside who managed to sneak past security to the Ghana dressing room and was on the verge of sprinkling the concoction to do the ‘damage’ when he was allegedly caught
( Herald ) The failure of successive Ghanaian governments to probe suspected corrupt practices under the previous regime is becoming an embarrassing spectacle for both the present and past governments as the United Kingdom (UK) is showing that its laws were made to work and are indeed working. Authorities in Britain, a week ago, jailed one of its citizens, an international arms dealer, who sold military aircraft to Ghana without a valid licence during the tenure of Dr. Kwame Addo-Kufuor, as the Defense Minister
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation's (GNPC) initial assessment of samples of what appears to be crude oil sprouting out from a hand-dug well at Jumbo near Kpassa in the Volta Region, has shown a positive result. The GNPC's team of experts have expressed surprise about the substance which looked almost refined compared to most unrefined crude oil. Mr Obeng Gyan, a technical director at GNPC told chiefs and people of Jumbo that forensic investigation
Ghana has arrested and extradited Major Jean-Noel Abehi, a key figure in Ivory Coast's security services under ousted president Laurent Gbagbo, an Ivorian security official said on Tuesday. Abehi, together with Jean-Yves Dibopieu, who used to head a pro-Gbagbo student union, "were arrested on Monday in Ghana," a senior security official said. The two men were handed over at the border on Tuesday morning, a source close to the interior ministry said. Former commander of the armoured squadron at the Agban paramilitary police barracks
General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie has said the party’s Members of Parliament are settled with their decision to boycott the vetting of President Mahama’s ministerial nominees. “We have laid to rest this motion that the members of parliament are on boycott of all proceedings for which they were elected to do but will take part in everyday business of parliament,” he stated. Speaking on Citi Eyewitness News, Sir John declared that the Minority had chosen that decision because
The flag bearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) in the 2012 general election, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has added his voice to the claims by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that the December 7 election was fraught with irregularities. He has therefore given the NPP thumps up for petitioning the Supreme Court. Dr Nduom who had been involved in Ghana elections at almost all the levels doubted the credibility of the election which had President John Mahama declared winner by the Electoral Commission (EC).
All 275 members of Parliament are to receive a whopping GH¢50,000 as rent allowance for their term. This works out to GH¢13,750,000 of the public purse. Last year, each MP received GH¢30,000 and there are fears, the figure could double in 2016 with its attendant burden on the economy if an immediate position in not taken by government. The decision to the give the MPs rent allowance has provoked some controversy. Nana Akomea, director of Communications for the NPP