Category Archives: Across the Globe

Ghana New President, Dr Akufo-Addo Plagiarizes Ex US President, Bush’s Speech (Video)

Ghana’s newly sworn in President, Dr Nana Akufo-Addo has been involved in a plagiarism scandal. It appears portions of his inaugural speech at the Independence Square, Ghana on Saturday, January 7th, 2017, was lifted from inaugural speech delivered by former US president George Bush. President Akufo-Addo while addressing the gathering urged citizens to be active partakers in the… Read More »

Presidential Appointment: PDP’s Fani-Kayode Speaks on Ex-wife’s New Portfolio

Influential Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Femi Fani-Kayode, has hailed the appointment of his ex-wife by Ghanaian president-elect. Recall it was reported earlier that Ms. Saratu Atta, the 53-year-old former wife of Nigerian politician, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, was appointed as a personal assistant to the Ghanaian president-elect, Nana Akufo-Addo. Speaking exclusively to Premium Times on Thursday afternoon, the former… Read More »

Serious Controversy as Government Declares Holiday for Women During Their Menstruation…See Details

Serious controversy has trailed the declaration of a holiday for women during their monthly menstrual period. The Zambian government has reportedly declared a compulsory one day holiday for women during their monthly menstrual period. The provision in the country’s labour law allows female workers to take off one day a month known as Mother’s Day during their menstruation… Read More »

19 Nigerian ATM Robbers Arrested in Sharjah, UAE

19 Nigerians have been arrested in the Middle-East over acts of petty financial crimes that have frustrated citizens. Gangs of 19 Nigerian robbers, who targeted ATM vehicles and fled with Dh1.8 million, have been arrested, according to the Sharjah Police. The suspects were arrested from several apartments occupied by 30 to 40 people of the same nationalities. According… Read More »

Defeated Gambian President Jammeh Orders Electoral Commission Reopened…See New Details

After initially ordering its closure, the defeated Gambian leader, Yahya Jammeh, has reopened the country’s electoral commission. The Gambia’s president ordered the electoral commission building taken over by police on December 13 to reopen on Thursday, saying it had been shut for safety reasons. The Punch reports that the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) was sealed off without warning… Read More »