Kotoko coach C.K Akunnor demands improved defending in Zesco clash

Asante Kotoko coach Charles Kwablan Akunor says his side must put up a better defensive performance in their game against Zesco United on Wednesday.  The Porcupine Warriors host the Zambian…

Nigeria election: Election office burnt down six days before polls

An office for Nigeria’s election commission has been burned down just six days before the country is due to vote in a general election. The fire in Plateau State has…

Liberian Senator dies at Korle-Bu hospital

A Liberian lawmaker, Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff has reportedly died from cancer at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra. The Montserrado County’s junior Senator is reported to have passed on at…

CAF president Ahmad allegedly involved in shady deals

Caf President Ahmad is facing a threat to his reign after being accused of violating the statutes of African football’s ruling body. Executive Committee (ExCo) member Musa Bility called for…

Top US TV host ‘exposes’ Trump; says Ghana’s economy is growing faster than America’s

An American TV host, Bianna Golodryga, has described Ghana’s economy as one of the hottest and fastest growing economies in the world now. According to Golodryga, Ghana’s economy is even…

Kotoko coach Akonnor hoping to exploit home advantage against Zesco United

Asante Kotoko coach Charles ‘CK’ Akonnor wants to make the most of home advantage in their quest to qualify from the group stage of the Caf Confederation Cup. The Porcupine…

CAF Confed.Cup: Kotoko to rally supporters ahead of Zesco clash

The management of Kumasi Asante Kotoko has put together activities to galvanise support for the team in next week Wednesday’s CAF Confederation Cup group-c clash against Zesco United in Kumasi.…

Zesco register Japanese import Nakamachi ahead of Kotoko game

Zambian giants Zesco United have completed the registration of Japanese midfielder Kosuke Nakamachi ahead of their game with Kotoko on Wednesday. Nakamachi officially joined the “Zegalaticos” on February 2, 2019…

‘Don’t treat Ghanaian migrants as criminals’ – Committee on Foreign Affairs

The Committee on Foreign Affairs in Parliament has urged the European Union (EU) member countries not to see Ghanaian migrants as criminals. It said the country’s migrants were economic migrants…

UN congratulates Dagombas, Ghanaians on new Ya Na

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ghana and the United Nations Office for West Africa and Sahel (UNOWAS) have congratulated the people of Dagbon and Ghanaians at large, for…