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Ghana is cursed and has no meaning – Shatta Wale reveals

Controversial dance-hall artiste Shatta Wale is known to be a personality who always has a special way of getting the public and fans of his chosen music genre talking about him with the sole purpose of staying relevant in the creative art and the media circles. Shatta Wale has over the years carved a name for himself by become one ...

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We will petition Parliament over poor payment of Ghanaian ployees by Foreign Companies – Baba Moses Kyerenaa

A citizen vigilante National chairman of small scale miners Mr. Moses Baba Kyerenaa has expressed his worry over how some foreign companies pay Ghanaian workers. According to him, some foreign companies pay their employees less than GH ¢100 and to him, this payments is very insulting to the employees and the nation at large. He further stated that, the Labour ...

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Transport fare increased by 10% – GPRTU

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has announced a 10% increment in transport fares. This took effect on Monday 4th June 2018, and this has triggered many reacting to the increment which includes both drivers and passengers. Speaking exclusively to Amanie News, the Secretary of the Concerned Drivers Association, Mr Mohammad Yussif says the 10% increment was a sign ...

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We prefer to sleep on rainy days

Trotro drivers from Keneshie to Korlebu are complaining due to the bad nature of the road. According to them, they are unable to work whenever it rains their cars breaks down and mechanics charges them huge amount of money for towing. So in order to avoid wasting money, they rather prefer stay home sleeping to.giving their hard earned money to ...

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Nana Yaa in an exclusive interview with 2KD

 Ghanaian Hi-life, Afro and Neo soul singer, songwriter and performer Nana Yaa Thomas popularly  known in the Showbiz industry as Manhya-One has revealed the motif behind her newly released single ‘WOMAN POWER’ which is already making hits in the airwaves and in the streets. According to Manya-One  the current face of the entertainment industry has many female artistes as compared ...

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Traders at Agbogbloshi lament on ‘no space’ for marketing

Some traders at Agbogbloshi are lamenting over government decision in its demolishing to expand the railway. Speaking to my colleague Priscilla Animah a reporter on amanie news, one of the traders said she was unaware of the demolishing exercise taken by government. According to her, they were only told there would be a general cleaning and further added that, the ...

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