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This Week On TwitterGhana: Samini to contest for SRC President, the revamped National Museum Opened and many more

Get the latest news in music, movies, sports, entertainment and more on Twitter. Here is a recap ofsome of the trending stories during this week on #TwitterGhana

Samini to contest as GIMPA SRC President

Ghanaian dancehall star Samini_Dagaati, in a new video has announced that he is contesting to be the next GIMPA SRC president. According to the legendary dancehall icon, he will present himself for vetting in hope of succeeding the former president, Mr. Nathaniel Nana Kwabena Antiri Amoani. Here is a Tweet of the video posted by Pulse Ghana’s Selorm Tali. The news was also Tweeted by media
personality, Kafui Dey.

Akufo-Addo opens refurbished National Museum and Gallery

A Tweet by Citi TV reports that President Nana Akufo-Addo has officially opened the National Museum Gallery which was closed for renovation in 2015. Since the facility was opened in 1957 to commemorate Ghana’s Independence Day, it had not seen any major refurbishment. Journalist, Manasseh Azure
expressed his commendation via this Tweet, and broadcast Journalist, Francis Abban also Tweeted, saying, “Now I have a place to send my young squad”.

Ghana Card cannot be used for foreign travels yet – Foreign Affairs Ministry

On Wednesday #GhanaCard was trending, following a clarification from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration stating that the Ghana Card cannot be used as a sole document for international travel yet. This means a passport and travel certificate remain the official documents for traveling outside the country. Sector Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway, gave this clarification, in response to questions in Parliament on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Graphic Online shared a Tweet about the news.

Black Stars beats Chile on penalties to finish third at Kirin Cup

The Ghana Black Stars emerged third in the 2022 edition of the Kirin Cup in Japan after beating Chile on post- match penalties. After a hard fought draw in regular time which saw Otto Addo’s side finish the game with nine men, the Black Stars won 3-1 in the shootout courtesy of an outstanding performance from goalkeeper Abdul Manaf Nurudeen.

Independent Ghana Tweeted about the scores.


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