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The Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast [UCC] - Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah

Campus News

The Management of the University of Cape Coast has rescheduled all Hall Week celebrations until calm is fully restored on campus. The Casley Hayford and Oguaa Hall weeks have been rescheduled to March 29, and April 5 respectively. The Hall Masters/Wardens, JCRC, GRASAG and SRC executives are required to submit detailed schedule of activities for approval by the Dean of Students before the GRASAG and SRC week celebrations.

A Forensic Scientist at the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Nana Osei Mensah Bonsu has said that the media is to blame for most unsolved reports of murders that have been made to look like suicide. He explained that the media does not have the skill to conduct interviews at such scenes.

A Professor at the School of Agriculture at the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Prof. Joseph Agyei Kwarteng, has charged the Nana Akufo-Addo led government to make Ghana’s agricultural sector competitive. He stated that improving the holistic agricultural sector will present better opportunities for the Ghanaian youth instead of concentrating on a specific part of the sector.

Vice Chancellor Of UCC Calls For Calm

Campus News

Following the acts of vandalism visited on Oguaa Hall on the night of 17th March during the Hall Week celebration of Atlantic Hall leading to two students getting critically wounded and others sustaining minor injuries, the Vice Chancellor of UCC, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has assured that management of the university is committed to ensuring law and order on campus.

The founding Dean of the Faculty of Law of UCC - Professor Philip Ebo Bondzie Simpson

Campus News

The founding Dean of the Faculty of Law of University of Cape Coast, Professor Philip Ebo Bondzie Simpson says for Ghana to thrive on the path of development, there is the need to ensure justice for all citizens irrespective of one’s ethnic background or social status.

He says it is important to allow the supremacy of the law take charge in all the endeavors of citizens. Failure to adhere to this he explains can have dire consequences on the development of the nation.

The Dean of Students' Affairs of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Prof. Koawo Edjah, has revealed that recent media reports on the rustication of two students of the university is non-related to the recent violent clash on campus.

He stated that the rustication has just received media attention due to the recent happenings on campus.

Former Hearts board member, T.T brothers says Ghana referees should draw a lesson from Joseph Lamtey’s life- time ban.

Ghana football has been hit by a gloomy moment after the World Football Governing body [FIFA] made a shocking pronouncement yesterday that renowned Ghanaian referee, Joseph Lamptey has been handed a life-time ban following his decision to award a dubious penalty against Senegal in a World Cup qualifier with South Africa.

Former Ebusua Dwarfs trainer, J.E Sarpong has slammed fans of Asante Kotoko over their destructive criticisms against referee Samuel Sukah who presided the game between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko last Sunday at the Accra Sports stadium where the Phobians secured the bragging right after piercing the Porcupines Warriors 1-0.

Tottenham, Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Juventus will also be taking part in the pre-season competition which sees games played across America

Manchester City and Manchester United will face off at the International Champions Cup (ICC) with the fixture joining the Clasico clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona in an exciting line-up.

Marc Wilmots played international football for Belgium and then lead them to the World Cup and European Championships as coach

Foreign Sports

Ivory Coast have named former Belgium international Marc Wilmots as their new head coach to replace Michel Dussuyer. The 48-year-old Wilmots was coach of Belgium between 2012 and 2016 and lead them to the World Cup in Brazil.

Celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan has again blasted Arsene Wenger.

The British journalist and TV personality has been against the French manager since 2008 and is again calling for his head.

Accra Great Olympics goalkeeper Ebenezer Odonkor says he takes inspiration from ex-Ghana goalie Richard Kingson.

The young goalkeeper has been exciting with his splendid performance for his Club in this season’s Ghana Premier League.

Radio and TV personality, Samuel Atuobi Baah has said he never liked the idea of replacing George Quaye with Mark Okraku and Nii Ayi Tagoe as Public Relation Officers for the VGMA board.

Juliet Ibrahim’s younger sister, Sonia Ibrahim is prenant. The actress and her soldier husband Collins Taabazuing are expecting their first baby eight months after becoming husband and wife.

You’re in a relationship and you really want to stay that way. But after you commit, things start to go wrong and before you know it, you’re sitting heartbroken in your room crying. Sound familiar? About 40-50% of married couples get divorced in the United States today.

So what can you do to make sure you avoid adding to the dismal number? For starters, avoid these two common fatal mistakes.

Michelle Obama and Justise Mayberry

Foreign Celebrities

11-year-old Justise Mayberry won the cooking challenge with her pan-seared shrimp and vegetables from the White House garden. What was particularly special about it was the fact that the the 9-year-old winner of the competition.

Ice Cube [right] and wife Kimberly Woodruff

Foreign Celebrities

When people thing about Black love and Hollywood, they often think about couples like Denzel and Pauletta, Samuel Jackson and LaTanya Richardson, Barack and Michelle. But one couple often forgotten in such conversations about long-lasting love is Ice Cube and wife Kimberly Woodruff.

They’ve been married since 1992 and will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary later this year. When speaking on what his wife and their relationship means to him to PEOPLE Now, Cube, born O’Shea Jackson, made it clear that Kimberly is “everything” to him.

Emma Watson stars in Beauty and the Beast

E-news

Beauty and the Beast has enchanted film fans on its opening weekend - taking $350m (£282m) around the world.

When you want him to want you long-term, here's what to do. When a guy starts chasing you, it's an exhilarating feeling. He's calling and making plans. You're on your way to having a relationship.

How do you get a guy to pop the question? You may be incredibly sexy and great in bed. We may have sex with you both morning and night. And we may remember you fondly.

Do you find yourself worrying over every little thing? Asking yourself if you should enroll in that extra class, move to a bigger place, or look for a new job?

And while you’re worrying about those decisions, are you also wondering if you’ll be able to pay your bills next month, if you’ll get the raise you were promised, or if you’ll ever find your future spouse?

"You can't bribe someone to love you."

Love hurts. It's the stuff of maybe a thousand songs and endless literature and poems. We crave that perfect ending, but more often than not, it's not what we get.

Try saying these cute things to your boyfriend to make him fall madly, deeply in love with you.

You probably tell your boyfriend daily "I love you" and that you and care about him. But, even though he loves hearing it, it can get a bit stale after awhile.

Eat up!

Dr Michael Ofori-Mensah

Politics

A senior research fellow of the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA), Dr Michael Ofori-Mensah, has observed that the transition challenges encountered in 2017 are for the most part a manifestation of a breakdown of state institutions.

He has, therefore, stressed the need to urgently address those transitional challenges as effective management of political transitions remains integral part of good governance.

Jake Obetsebi- Lamptey

Politics

The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) will on Monday March 20, 2017, mark the one year passing of their former National Chairman, Mr Jake Otanka Obetsebi- Lamptey.

The former National Chairman of the NPP passed away on Sunday, March 20th , 2016 in London.

Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper says the masses will definitely win the debate about president Akufo-Addo's bloated government but it is up to the appointees to justify the large size of government with palpable results.

Ex-President John Dramani Mahama on Friday afternoon gave a hint of his future plans of a possible come back in a twitter post two months after his family members announced they have advised him not to make a come back to contest the presidential race.

Tweeting with the hashtag #JMLegacy, the former president said: “The NDC will bounce back!! Cause of our loss is multifaceted. We need calm nerves & hard work to strengthen the base of party.”

Director of Communications of the governing NPP - Nana Akomea

Politics

If President Akufo-Addo begins delivering on his “transformational agenda” the brouhaha over the gigantic size of his government will “cease to be an issue,” the Director of Communications of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has said.

Commenting on the unabated flak the president had received following revelations that his government size is the largest in the history of the country, Nana Akomea admitted that the criticisms against the president are legitimate.

President Akufo-Addo

Politics

The Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) has stated that it is shocked at President Akufo-Addo’s decision to appoint a total of 110 ministers .

According to the CDD, the 110 ministers “sets a negative record for a country infamous for its oversized ministerial teams”.

President Akufo-Addo has come under severe criticisms after new appointments announced on Wednesday brought the number of ministers and deputy minsters to 110.

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Apple has launched a red version of its iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as well as a new video app for iOS. The red iPhone celebrates Apple's 10-year partnership with Red, an organisationthat aims to combat Aids.

When you want him to want you long-term, here's what to do. When a guy starts chasing you, it's an exhilarating feeling. He's calling and making plans. You're on your way to having a relationship.

Old 1000 Ghana cedis Note

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You remember those days when the boys in a class will contribute monies to buy a soccer ball so that they can play during break? A similar thing happened in Akosombo Presby Primary in the early 2000s. All the guys in the class agreed to contribute 1000 cedis (now ten pesewas) in order to get a soccer ball of their own except this rich guy who paid 5000 cedis (now 50 pesewas).

Dr Michael Ofori-Mensah

Politics

A senior research fellow of the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA), Dr Michael Ofori-Mensah, has observed that the transition challenges encountered in 2017 are for the most part a manifestation of a breakdown of state institutions.

He has, therefore, stressed the need to urgently address those transitional challenges as effective management of political transitions remains integral part of good governance.

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