18 dead, as about 70 others injured in Bupei- Tamale highway accident.

Eighteen people dead in a lorry accident after the vehicles they were travelling in were involved in an accident at Sarekyekura, a farming community near Fufulso in the Savannah Region. Those who died consist of 12 males and 4 females including a child. Report indicate that, over 70 others are said to be in a critical condition after they sustained severe injuries. According to the Savannah Regional Fire Commander, Kwasi Baffour-Awuah, a Yutong bus with registration number AC 1699-20 from Kumasi to Garu collided with another bus with registration number…

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Veteran Actor Appeals For Support Over Health Conditions

Reports gathered by trustfmonline suggest the Ghanaian veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio also known as T.T of Taxi driver fame needs immediate support to his healthcare. According to a television and a radio host @iammzgee, the veteran actor is struggle of terminal stage heart failure which after his consultation with health expects will be featured at a cost. ”Friends, this is an appeal from deep within my heart to your conscience to help save the life of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known as T. T who is currently struggling to…

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Uganda Elections 2021: National Unity Platform (NUP) Petitions Supreme Court, Challenges Victory of President Yoweri Museveni

The National Unity Platform (NUP) leader Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine has expressed confidence in winning the election petition challenging the victory of President Yoweri Museveni in the January 14,2021 presidential election. Through a group of local law firms,Robert Kyagulanyi dragged National Resistance Movement (NRM’s)  Yoweri Museveni who was on January 16, declared President-elect, after beating Kyagulanyi by over 2.4 million votes. Museveni got 6,042,898 votes representing 58.38% against Kyagulanyi’s 3,631,437 votes, representing 35.08%. According to Kyagulanyi, the President NUP and former presidential candidate, despite the lack of…

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