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Elvis Adjetey

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

11 Pakistanis arrested in Ghana over terror scare

11 Pakistani men have been arrested in Ghana in the wake of fears of terror attacks in the West African country. According to the Ghana's...

Ghana: Over 60 foreigners stopped from writing exams

Over sixty Nigerian and Togolese students have been prevented from sitting the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examinations in Ghana. A head teacher in Aflao in...

UK government warns of terror attacks in Ghana

The British government is warning of possible terror attacks in Ghana. It is asking British nationals residing or traveling to Ghana to avoid or be on alert...

Ghana: Burkinabe arrested with a gun in church

Police officers stationed at Ghana’s border to Burkina Faso have arrested a Burkinabe man with a loaded handgun during a Church service on Sunday. The...

Ghana: Bread shortage as bakers embark on strike

There is shortage of bread in parts of northern Ghana. Bakers there have embarked on strike over high cost of production. Several bakeries have been...

Ghana launches medical drone delivery service

Patients receiving medical treatment in hard to reach health facilities in Ghana can now heave a sigh of relief after the country launched a...

Ghana: Teachers fume as they write exams questions on blackboards

Ghanaian teacher unions have expressed anger at the writing of examination questions for school children on blackboards. Teachers in the West African country are conducting...

Theresa May to trigger Brexit process

Prime Minister Theresa May is to officially notify the European Union next Wednesday that the UK is leaving.

FIFA bans Ghanaian match official for life

FIFA has banned a Ghanaian match official from soccer for life after he took part in match manipulation during a World Cup qualifier, the sport's governing body said on Monday.

Pope asks forgiveness for Church role in Rwanda genocide

Pope Francis asked on Monday for forgiveness for the "sins and failings of the Church and its members" during Rwanda's 1994 genocide, saying the violence had "disfigured the face" of the Roman Catholic Church.

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