Fact-check: US discovers man who manufactured and sold coronavirus to China?
A video clip by U.S. Television station, WCVB virtual channel 5, is being shared on messaging platform WhatsApp as proof that the USA has allegedly arrested “the man who manufactured and sold the coronavirus to China.”
FACT-CHECK: MTN loses Qwikloan data to undersea fibre cut is satire!
Claim: All data relating to Qwikloan have been lost and cannot be restored
Source: Online platform, News @ 7 [not a reliable source of news]
FACT-CHECK: Franklin Cudjoe denies he will celebrate an NPP election defeat
Claim: President of CSO-IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe will celebrate an NPP election defeat
FACT-CHECK: 2019 Damba Festival, the first in over three decades?
Claim: 2019 Damba Festival is the first in over three decades
Source: President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
FACT-CHECK: Lisa Raye McCoy is Queen mother of Ghana?
Claim: American actress, Lisa Raye McCoy is Queen mother of Ghana
Source: Lisa Raye McCoy
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ANALYSIS: How does Ghana compare to the UK in solving pothole-ridden roads?
“I only recently broke the brake fluid pipe of my car because of a pothole”: Shayma Sharif, 21, lamented.
For many, concerns about rampant potholes on roads and highways are mostly identifiable with under developed or developing countries like Ghana in West Africa.
Nabil Ahmed Rufai grabs West Africa Media Excellence Award
Ghanaian international journalist, Nabil Ahmed Rufai has been adjudged the best journalist for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reporting
Fighting Climate Change- Agroecology to the rescue?
Climate Change is already a reality in Africa. The continent is experiencing severe drought and its impact on agriculture could lead to food insecurity and affect sustainable livelihoods.
FACTSHEET: Devastating floods hit north-eastern Ghana
About six consecutive days of torrential rain has devastated several communities across the fifteen districts in Ghana’s upper east region, leaving a trail of deaths, destruction of buildings and farmlands in its wake.
The heavy downpour that started on October 6, is estimated to have displaced about 2,000 people, estimates by Ghana’s National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) show.