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Fare thee well, Odeefuo Boa (Bɔ) Amponsem III
InMemoriam, Dec 05, Ghanadot -  As a member of the AGONA (Clan) Abusua , it is with a heavy heart that [we] speak of the passing of Odeefuo Boa (Bɔ) Amponsem III, Omanhene of Dankyira. His passing was officially announced at Dunkwa on Friday, November 2, 2016.   .

Long queues as Ghanaians vote in tight presidential poll
Ghanaweb, Dec 07, Ghanadot - There are long queues at polling stations in Ghana amid a tight election race between President John Mahama and veteran opposition leader Nana Akufo Addo......More


Special Voting: Some Army Men Suspect Sabotage

PeaceFM, Dec 01, Ghanadot -

Across the length and breadth of the country, reports indicate that security personnel in particular are complaining about their inability to find their names on the register so they could vote. For instance, confusion over missing names on the list of special voters at the Nima Police Station in the Ayawaso East constituency of the Greater Accra Region led to a suspension of the exercise temporarily   .....More

Just what kind of America do you think this is?

Commentary, Dec 06, Ghanadot - The insulting part for this writer, beyond the initial crime, is the identity of the principal operators of the scam, “Turkish citizens, who spoke English and Dutch, posed as consular officers and staffed the operation,” the State Department report said.....More

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