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People have these cross-culture attitudes or mindsets such as “I don’t see myself ever agreeing with this or that person” or “that group never makes sense so there is no need to listen to what they have to say.” But, there is also an enduring advice cross-culturally that “NEVER SAY NEVER” because none of us as mortal humans knows exactly what tomorrow may bring.

A forensic audit conducted into the financial management of six state institutions have brought to the fore how the former National Democratic Congress government, led by former President John Dramani Mahama, allowed a whopping sum of over GHC800 million belonging to the state to be misappropriated by his appointees.

Insider reports indicate that the Teshie Desalination Plant intended to produce water by way of reducing saltwater to domestic and industrial consumption was a total rip-off by agents of the erstwhile Mahama administration.

The government has set up a five-member interim management committee (IMC) to manage the sport’s affairs and help revive Ghana’s wounded football administration.

The people of Ada have been celebrating the ‘Asafutufiamia Festival” for the past decades, this year marks the 80th edition of the festival in the various communities.

As Ghana takes steps to protect its cyber space and also facilitate stronger bilateral cooperation on cyber issues, the Minister for Communications Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, led a delegation to the National Cyber security Communications and Integration Centre in the United States of America for a strategic meeting.

Ex-Prime Minister for Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, 92, has proved everybody wrong to become the next Prime Minister, following his shock election victory over the coalition that has ruled the Southeast Asian nation for six decades since independence from Britain.

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