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“Friday Wear has become a source of national pride”-Alan Kyerematen

Independent presidential candidate and former Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen

Independent presidential candidate and former Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen has revisited the introduction of the “Friday Wear” initiative during his tenure in 2004.

In his tweet, Kyerematen shared, “In 2004, I introduced the Friday Wear during my tenure as Minister. The whole objective was to get us as a people to be proud of what we produce…and to give a strong stimulus to the textile industry, our tailors and seamstresses.”

He further elaborated on the outcomes of the initiative, stating, “Ever since ‘Friday Wear’ has become a source of national pride and created thousands of jobs.”

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Ksi- Kejetia receives more than 2,000 electricity meters, Energy Minister Reveals

The Kejetia Market’s traders have been given the assurance that the days of having just one meter for the full facility are over by Energy Minister Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh (Napo).


The Minister questioned why businesses at the facility couldn’t have separate meters to lower the cost of their high energy bills.


During his visit to the facility to show support for the traders who lost their goods and shops in the fire that broke out last, Dr. Opoku Prempeh gave the traders the assurance.


“I just learned that the building had just one meter in my capacity as Minister of Energy. We’ve already brought 2,000 meters, and we’ll keep bringing more meters until every store has its own unique meter.


“Please, I must be frank with you too, all those who have erected illegal structures in the market will be removed from here. We will not sit idly by while such things happen again after fixing this place, that is what we will not accept, we are begging all.”


‘” With these obstacles in the market, how will any fire tender come into the market, or will any emergency situation be dealt with” he questioned.




Sad News! Ghanaian Actor Eddy Nartey Loses Wife 2 Years After Marriage

Ghanaian Actor and Film maker, Eddy Nartey has lost his wife, Vida Obenewah Nartey after been married for two years.

Eddy and Vida got married in September, 2018 in a joyful wedding ceremony.

Announcing this heartbreaking news on his Instagram page, he wrote: “I don’t know what to feel. I’m just in constant pain. Rest Well My Habibi. God Knows best. I pray for strength!

The cause of his wife’s death is not yet known.



A/R: Lightning Strike Claims life of 32-year-old-man at Adawomase

A 32-year-old man has been struck dead by lightning at Adanwomase in the Kwabre East Municipality in the Ashanti Region

The incident occurred Tuesday, January 19, 2020, around 5:30 pm after thunder rolled during rainfall.

The deceased Adjei Ernest was pronounced dead when was rushed to the Asonomaso hospital.

Mother to the deceased, Afia Serwah explaining this said her second born was weaving kente with his colleagues where the thunder rolled.

But the lightening mysteriously singly eliminated and struck him dead from the colleagues.

She further added that, her son was accused of stealing money last week by some residents of the community.

She suspects spirituality in the mysterious death of his son.