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Ghana's media is divided by calls on them to take an anti-gay stance against gays and lesbians in their reportage. The call was made by Affail Monney, president of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA).
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has begun intensive electricity rationing across the country.
Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama has announced his government will engage US fire experts to investigate the causes of fire outbreaks that have engulfed the country.
Consumers in Ghana are up in arms with a proposal by utility companies in the country to increase tariffs by 384%.
Former Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, has said politicians in the country do not seek after knowledge and as a result, the nation is churning out “ignorant” politicians.
The Christian Council of Ghana has asked Ghanaians to stop chasing miracles and focus on the teachings of Christ. “People who went to church seeking the face of God ended up dying” said the Chairman of the Council Francis Amenu.
At least four people died Sunday in a stampede at a Ghana service to distribute "special anointing oil" at the Synagogue Church of All Nations founded by Nigeria’s controversial Prophet TB Joshua.
Domestic flights are expected to resume Friday at the Kotoka International Airport after being grounded because aircrafts couldn’t refuel.
Domestic flights in Ghana have been grounded at the Kotoka International Airport due to a total blackout, local media reports have said.
The government of Ghana is hunting for three Americans who filmed themselves in Ghana, as they engaged in illegal small scale mining.