NEWS 

We’re fed up with demands for gay rights – Speaker

Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Oquaye, has warned that leaders in countries like Ghana would not countenance the aggressive push by external forces to accept acts such as homosexuality, bestiality among others. His caution follows a courtesy call on him today [Tuesday] by Amnesty International, where they made demands including a scrapping of the death penalty from the statute books. But the Speaker said African leaders are getting tired of some of these demands on the basis of human rights. “Following what Tony Blair said which I personally wrote him…

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SPORTS 

Asamoah Gyan’s boxer threatens to beat sport presenter for insulting them

Ghanaian boxer, Emmanuel ‘Game Boy’ Tagoe has threatened to physically assault outspoken sports presenter, Country Man Songo for defaming his Chief Executive officer, Asamoah Gyan and himself. The BabayJet Promotions signee, who fumed with anger said he will beat the firebrand sports presenter to pulp, wherever he meets him. Tagoe in an interview with Rainbow Radio, described Country Man Songo as a mentally challenged man who smokes Indian hemp. “THAT COUNTRY MAN SONGO WHO SITS ON RADIO AND TELEVISION TO INSULT PEOPLE WITH THE AIM OF ENTERTAINING PEOPLE; HE SPEAKS ANYHOW AND ATTACK PEOPLE WITHOUT RESPECT.  “IF…

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SPORTS 

Women’s Rugby entertains Cape Coast community

Women’s Rugby kicked off in Cape Coast at the Robert Mensah Stadium on Saturday 8 July 2017 with four teams taking part in a Sevens Female Rugby Festival. Teams from the two Ghana Rugby Regional Associations, GARA and CentWest, came together to start what will turn out to be regular competition between women Rugby teams in Ghana. The ladies teams from Griffons Empire and Dennis Foundation (CentWest) and Cosmos Buffalos and Conquerors (GARA) thoroughly entertained an excited crowd in Cape Coast. The event was organised by the CentWest and GARA…

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SPORTS 

Herbert Mensah inspires “Gutter-to-Gutter” Rugby

The President of Ghana Rugby, Herbert Mensah, has started a new craze amongst the Ghana Rugby players that he calls “Gutter-to-Gutter” Rugby. Exercise and physical training have always been part and parcel of his daily routine and Herbert Mensah often combines this to take his dogs for a brisk morning walk in the neighbourhood of Osu, Accra. This habit inspired some of the Ghana Rugby players to join him and to combine the early morning walk with honing Rugby skills in terms of ball handling. “During the recent Rugby Africa…

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NEWS 

I will put my Presidency on line to stop galamsey- President

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has served notice that he is prepared to put his Presidency on the line in his avowed quest to fight illegal mining, otherwise known as galamsey. He said many people had said he needed to proceed cautiously, since the people involved were the same people who had voted him into power, and that should he take such a decision against them, they would not vote for him in the next election. But the President, sounding very animated, said that would not be much of a…

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