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Ghana passes bill making identifying as LGBTQ+ illegal

Ghana’s parliament has passed a tough new bill that imposes a prison sentence of up to three years for anyone convicted of identifying as LGBTQ+. It also imposes a maximum five-year jail term for forming or funding LGBTQ+ groups. Lawmakers heckled down attempts to replace prison sentences with community service and counselling. It is the […]

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GFA reportedly considering appointing Otto Addo as Black Stars head coach

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has been linked with a move to bring back Coach Otto Addo to handle the Black Stars. The Borussia Dortmund coaching staff member was in charge of the Black Stars in 2022 and qualified Ghana for the 2022 FIFA World Cup at the expense of Nigeria. He continued to handle

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West Africa bloc urges Burkina, Niger and Mali not to withdraw

The West African regional bloc ECOWAS urged junta-led Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali to reconsider their decision to quit the political and economic alliance, it said on Thursday, warning of the hardships the move would force on their citizens. The three countries’ self-appointed military leaders jointly announced on Jan. 28 they were abandoning the bloc after it

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KIA signs MoU with Rana Motors to train local technicians to operate on electric vehicles

From left: Kwangbyong Lee, Head of Ownership and Enhancement at KIA Corporation, Patrick Nimo, Chief Director Ministry of Trade and Industry, Chief Operating Officer of Rana Motors Kassem Odaymat Kia Corporation in partnership with Rana Motors has taken a proactive step to commence the training of local technicians to operate Electric Vehicles (EVs).This follows the

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African Leaders Charged to work Collaboratively Towards Integrated Solutions to Trade Challenges

Accra, Tuesday 20th June, 2023 – African leaders have been charged to collaborate more as they seek to increase trade among their countries as well as find solutions to the new challenges confronting the continent. Speaking during the 30th Annual General Meetings of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) in Accra, various speakers emphasized the need

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