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Elvis Adjetey

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Elvis Adjetey is an experienced African journalist who has worked with top media brands in Ghana where he is based.

Ghana: Philips lighting ads spark anger

A lighting advert by electronics giant Philips has sparked anger among some Ghanaians. The company has erected several billboards on streets of major cities in...

Tributes pour in for former Kenyan President Kibaki

Kenyans are paying tribute to their former president, Mwai Kibaki, who died at the age of 90. The election of President Kibaki in 2002 ended 40 years of one-party...

Russia parries off Ukraine invasion blame for global economic crisis

The Russian government has rejected recent news reporting with the narrative that its invasion of Ukraine has led to a global economic crisis. Russia is...

Kenya deports French oil firm CEO over fuel shortages

The Kenyan government has deported Christian Bergeron, the chief executive of Rubis Energy Kenya - a subsidiary of France-based Rubis Group. It follows the cancellation...

British Airways flight enroute to Ghana stopped from using Malian airspace

An Accra-bound British Airways flight was prevented from using the Malian airspace on Friday. The Military rulers in the West African state reportedly refused to...

Ghana’s President assents to e-levy bill as panic withdrawals surge

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has signed the country’s controversial Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) bill into law paving way for its implementation. The country’s parliament on...

Nigeria: Tear gas fired as soccer fans storm pitch over World Cup fiasco

Angry Nigerian soccer fans on Tuesday night clashed with police after they invaded the Abuja National Stadium pitch over the country's World -Cup fiasco. The...

Covid-19: Ghana re-opens borders, halts mandatory tests and mask wearing

Ghana has lifted several restrictions imposed to curb the spread of covid-19. Fully vaccinated travellers coming into Ghana will not be required again to show PCR...

Ghana’s President and ministers take pay cuts to deal with economic crisis

The Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo-Addo and his appointees have taken a 30% salary reduction as the country reels under economic challenges. The pay cut also...

Ghana’s economy in crisis as citizens agitate over high cost of living

Ghana’s economy continues to plummet as it struggles to improve the living standards of citizens. The country’s public debt stock now stands at GH¢341.8 billion...

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