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Politics / Former Ghanaian President, J.J Rawlings Dead by djfiifi(m): 1:57pm On Nov 12, 2020
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has died weeks after his mother passed on.

Information reaching the theghanareport.com indicates that the former President who led Ghana from December 31, 1981 to January 7, died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.

The shocking news comes weeks after the former President buried his mother, Madam Victoria Agbotsui on October 19.

The last public appearance he made was at the Forecourt of the State House and Dzelukope during the funeral of his late mother.

More soon….


Foreign Affairs / Nationalities Of Those Who Died On The Ethiopian Airlines Flight. by djfiifi(m): 2:28pm On Mar 10, 2019
May they rest well. embarassed

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Celebrities / Re: Nigerians Refused To Cheer Up Ghanaian Artistes But Did When Burnaboy Performs. by djfiifi(m): 9:21am On Aug 28, 2018

Ghana musicians need to sing more in English and invest more in promoting their songs internationally. They produce the best beats in Africa...Highlife and Afrobeat which actually originated from Ghana.

Without the Ghana-originated beats and rhytmns, which is what has been dominating Africa right now, the Davido, Tekno, Tekno, Runtown etc are nothing because all their hit songs are based on imitation of the Highlife and Alkaeeda beats which they call "Afrobeats"

Thank you,
Was so scandalized with some people claiming Ghana is copy cating Nigerian music.
Anyone who has had anything to do with music knows its the other way round. It didn't start today, somewhere around the 1960s that Nigeria has been copying Ghanaian beats and rhythm.
The current Pumpum beat is an evidence.

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Celebrities / Re: Snoopdogg Shades Ghanaians, Praises Nigerian World Cup Jersey (Photos) by djfiifi(m): 10:59pm On Jun 05, 2018
Is that why snoop dogg's dread are like mop?
Just found one.

Politics / Re: ‘I Feel Ashamed’ – Dino Melaye On Ghana’s Independence Day Celebration by djfiifi(m): 2:15pm On Mar 06, 2018
You will be 58 by October, but calling your brother who is 61 "younger brother". Wetin we dey feel like sef as Nigerians angry

Exactly my thoughts
Celebrities / Re: Franky Kuri Was Ebony Reigns Lesbian Partner. They Died In Accident - MandyNews by djfiifi(m): 9:59am On Feb 10, 2018
No one kmows any Mandynews in Ghana here,by force popularity. They're dead now, can't respond to your allegation but if i were her family member, i would have searched for you and drag you before the law court. Our laws as Ghanaians prohibit such things. Show some respect

(1) Any person who, in the presence of at least three persons, commits the offence of insult to the memory of a dead person shall be sentenced to a penalty of imprisonment for a term of three months to two years, or a judicial fine. If the offence of insult is committed publicly the penalty shall be increased by one sixth.
(2) Any person who removes, fully or partially, or makes insulting statements about, the body or bones of a person, shall be sentenced to a penalty of imprisonment for a term of three months to two years.

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Politics / Re: PDP Keeps Dribbling Me, 17 Years After Designing Its Umbrella Logo – Gbenga Amob by djfiifi(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
Did you actually design it or copied it from Ghana's NDC Party
Sports / Statue Unveiled For The First Black Professional Footballer by djfiifi(m): 10:22pm On Oct 16, 2014
A statue of the world's first black
professional football was unveiled at St.
George's Park in Burton, England, on
Arthur Wharton, a Fantse from Gold Coast, modern-day Ghana
in 1865, played professionally for
Rotherham Town and Sheffield United.
He had initially joined up as an amateur
with Darlington at the age of 19, having
arrived in Britain with the intention of
training as a Methodist missionary but
opted for a career in sport, playing
predominantly as a goalkeeper but also as
a winger.
He has now been honoured with a 16-foot
statue at the FA's national football centre
and St. George's Park chairman David
Sheepshanks said on the governing body's
official website: "Today is a historic day to
mark the achievements and the legacy of
the late, great Arthur Wharton.
"But it's also a future day because it's a
day that going to inspire a whole new
generation of young players and in
particular young coaches to want to reach
for the top and be the best they possibly
can be.
"When you look at what this man achieved
it's simply extraordinary. Imagine the
courage he had to display to achieve what
he did in those days.
"We often talk how hard it is for young
people from black and Asian minority
backgrounds to get into top jobs today, so
imagine what it was like then. Certainly not
enough people know about his story and
we're going to embrace it in the tour
programmes of all the young people and
schools that come here.
"We're going to make sure his story is told
to all the coach education cohorts that
come through here -- and that will manifest
and grow and I think it will become a really
important part of what St. George's Park is
all about.
"We are here to embrace talent from
wherever it comes. Hopefully today will be
a moment in time that everyone will look
back and say: 'You know from that day
onwards opportunities grew -- no matter
what background you came from.'"
Wharton was also became the Amateur
Athletics Association's national 100-yard
running champion in 1886 and is said to
have become the first man to run 100 yards
in 10 seconds.
Shaun Campbell, who founded the Arthur
Wharton Foundation, added: "Today is a
very proud day. It's been a long journey but
it's one that's been an absolute honour and
a privilege to be part of.
"But this statue is not the end, it is the
beginning. Football is part of the wider
problem, but it is also the biggest army in
the world. If you can unite the fans, the
support base, it has the capacity to really
make a difference -- and it's very exciting.
"To move forward we have to tackle it on a
global scale, but football can kick-off that
"You don't have time to feel the stresses
and strains of championing something like
this because your own adversity can never
match that which he faced.
"This is the beginning of true recognition for
the black and ethnic minority groups to this


Sports / Breaking News - Ghana Sacks Coach After 3:2 Win Over Togo by djfiifi(m): 10:08pm On Sep 11, 2014
The Ghana FA have today agreed to make
Milovan Rajevac the new Black Stars coach
following an interview earlier.
Citi Sports understands that Kwesi Appiah is
done as the coach of Ghana and a severance
package will be held by the end of the
The former Black Stars coach touched down
in Accra on Monday in what he thought was a
quiet entry, but he was caught by journalists.
Citi Sports understands that the 60-year old
had an interview with the Ghana FA on
Following a dismal World Cup, the plan was
to get a technical adviser for Kwesi Appiah,
who then chose veteran local coach Ben
The choice was rebuffed by the three-man
committee setup to do the job, who then
went about looking for another choice.
Milovan’s coming sends clear signals that
key people within the FA are paving the way
for him, despite the initial plan being for him
to be a technical adviser, if at all.
Citi Sports had reported on Tuesday that if
Appiah lost against Togo, Rajevac could be
named coach before the week ends.
But the GFA are said to have moved up the
decision even after Appiah commandeered a
resilient 3-2 win against Togo on
The FA are aware of Milovan’s popularity
despite the abrupt way he left Ghana
following his historic leadership of the team
to the last eight of the 2010 World Cup.
He also led Ghana to a final place in the
2010 African Cup and, a year before, another
final place finish of the nation’s CHAN team.
Rajevac has since insisted that he only left
the job because a deal to renew a contract
was not handled by the FA well.

Change of plans
Citi Sports had reported on Tuesday that if
Appiah lost against Togo, Rajevac could be
named coach before the week ends.
But the GFA are said to have moved up the
decision even after Appiah commandeered a
resilient 3-2 win against Togo on
The FA are aware of Milovan’s popularity
despite the abrupt way he left Ghana
following his historic leadership of the team
to the last eight of the 2010 World Cup.
He also led Ghana to a final place in the
2010 African Cup and, a year before, another
final place finish of the nation’s CHAN team.
Rajevac has since insisted that he only left
the job because a deal to renew a contract
was not handled by the FA well.

Writing on the wall
The GFA, in August, set up a three-man
committee to appoint a technical adviser for
the Black Stars.
Citi Sports had earlier revealed that the
Serbian, who was one of three names being
considered, was favourite to land the job .
He told GNA Sports earlier this week: “I
cannot wait to join the family again. I am
very excited to be back here; my second
home. It is always relaxing and I love it
Kwesi Appiah who has previously stated that
he has not considered resigning from his

Computers / Re: Two Nigerians Among 10 Most Powerful IT Guys In Africa by djfiifi(m): 11:44am On Aug 27, 2014
wow I saw three Ghanaians there, I'm happy.
Herman Chenery-Hesse,Bright Simons and Kwabena Boahene
Politics / India Swaps Ice For Rice In New Bucket Challenge by djfiifi(m): 12:33am On Aug 27, 2014

This is what I call SENSIBLE COPYING ,they did it to solve their problem, what are our celebrities doing to help curb Ebola in Africa?

New Dehli (CNN) -- The ALS Ice Bucket
Challenge has morphed into a considerably
warmer and drier alternative in India.
Enter the "Rice Bucket Challenge."
Indian journalist Manju Latha Kalanidhi, who
works for the U.S.-based rice research
website Oryza.com , says when she first
heard about the ice bucket challenge, she got
"Why waste water?" she asks. "I felt like
doing something more locally tangible. Rice
is a staple here. We eat it every day, we can
store it for months. Why not donate rice to
someone who is hungry?"
And it rhymes with ice. So Kalanidhi started
her own challenge: Donate a bucket of rice to
someone in need, post a photo online, and
challenge your friends to do the same.
The original version, designed to raise funds
to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
— also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease and
motor neurone disease (MND) -- is a global
viral phenomenon.
People take videos of themselves getting
doused with a bucket full of ice, share it
online, and challenge friends to do the same
or donate money to the cause. It is in effect a
modern virtual chain letter.
Hundreds of celebrities -- from
Oprah Winfrey to Roger Federer
-- have participated and fueled
interest, raising more than $70
million in donations for the ALS
In India, the ice bucket challenge
has generated attention too --
Bollywood stars have mirrored
their Hollywood counterparts --
but it now seems it will be
eclipsed by what some are
describing as an Indian
challenge for Indian needs:
fighting hunger.
#RiceBucketChallenge is on its
way to going viral in India -- it's
on TV news, on Twitter, and it
now has a Facebook page with
thousands of likes.
"People from all over the world
are responding," says Kalanidhi,
listing off letters of appreciation
from people in Sweden, England, and beyond.
The explosion of interest in the rice challenge
is an indicator of how powerful social media
has become in India.
According to eMarketer, the number of
internet users in India is expected to be
around 200 million in 2016, a nearly three-
fold increase since 2011.
Much of the growth comes from smartphone
users: younger Indians who would be more
likely to use social media.

Any partner in Ghana
Sports / The First Black Professional Footballer by djfiifi(m): 8:47pm On Jul 06, 2014
The 1st blackman to have played professional football is Ghanaian Arthur Wharton.
He signed for Rotherham Town in 1889.

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Islam for Muslims / Re: Muslim Inventions That Shaped The Modern World by djfiifi(m): 7:21am On Nov 21, 2013
tbaba1234: grin grin

Up till today, Arabic words/culture are still in the university system.

Alumni comes from the word Alim (which means a knowledgeable one).

Even the design of the graduation thobe is from the muslims....

The roots are still there.

We are talking of the things that laid the foundation for the modern world not the finished products.

No need to get worked up over this. Every civilisation has made some contribution to the modern world.

I don't know a lot about Arabic but I bet to differ on the origin of the 'alumni'
From my four year study of Latin at the seminary and the little etymology I studied at the university.
'alumni' came from the Latin noun 'alumnus' which means "foster
son, pupil" and is derived from the verb
Religion / Re: Using Rubber Thread On Your Hair Is Demonic, May Lead You To Hell by djfiifi(m): 11:03am On Nov 17, 2013
I now understand the verses below,especially the 17.

2 Peter 3:14-17
14 Therefore, beloved, since you are
waiting for these, be diligent to be found
by him without spot or blemish, and at

15 And count the patience of our Lord as
salvation, just as our beloved brother Paul
also wrote to you according to the wisdom
given him,

16 As he does in all his letters when he
speaks in them of these matters. There
are some things in them that are hard to
understand, which the ignorant and
unstable twist to their own destruction, as
they do the other Scriptures.

17 You therefore, beloved, knowing this
beforehand, take care that you are not
carried away with the error of LAWLESS
people and lose your own stability.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Ghana's Minister Sacked Over $1m Claim by djfiifi(m): 9:34am On Nov 09, 2013
Damn hot!

European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Barcelona Vs Real Madrid : El Clasico (2 - 1) On 26th October 2013 by djfiifi(m): 11:28pm On Oct 26, 2013
So when will these Spanish refs be real and unbiased?

Sports / Re: Nigeria Ranked 33rd In Global FIFA Rankings, 4th In Africa by djfiifi(m): 10:17am On Oct 18, 2013

Brother no downgrade USA. It was luck ghana used to win them in the last world cup. those guys are a definition of 'teach a dunce from little what u want him to be best at when he's old.

Ghana beat USA during Germany 06 and beat them again in South Africa 2010.
You stand there and be preaching of luck,YOU ARE FORGIVEN COS NO ONE KNOWS WHAT YOU SMOKED THIS MORNING.
Travel / Re: Lomé - Capital City Of Togo pictures by djfiifi(m): 5:22pm On Sep 30, 2013

They have constant electricity . . . . Something that Nigeria is still dreaming about.

Greater part of their electricity comes from Ghana

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Travel / Re: Lomé - Capital City Of Togo pictures by djfiifi(m): 5:17pm On Sep 30, 2013

Please stop this rubbish. Lome will never make it in top 15 cities in Nigeria. The only thing they have ahead of Nigeria is electricity

They tap their water and electricity from Ghana

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Politics / Re: Kenya Mall Under Attack From Islamic Terrorists (Pictures) by djfiifi(m): 10:46am On Sep 22, 2013

Proper mumu, na him you be! Kenyan wetin? Nigerians have been kicking ass at war fronts from time imoriver. Anytime we intervene, it's game over! In India and Burma, even though the dastardly racist British pigs could not bring themselves to document it properly, it was Nigerians that finally stopped the fanatical Japanese in their tracks. We ended civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Obasanjo, a retired general, ALONE, ended a coup in Sao Tome! Al-Quaeda in the Maghreb were stopped by us in Mali. We're kicking Boko Haram's ass all over Nirthern Nigeria, Cameroun, Niger and Chad. We pulled out of Sierra Leone UN team, and the Indians packed their bags, saying, no Nigerians, no peacekeeping force.

Omo, don't joke with the Nigerian Army o! We're widely acknowledged as one of the world's BEST fighting forces, by none other than the UN, and they should frigging know! Kenya ke?

You people and your yabbing.
Anyway I am happy we Ghanaians trained both Obasanjo and Gowon as military men in Ghana.
Politics / Re: Nigeria Exports Power To Republic Of Benin: Why? by djfiifi(m): 4:59pm On Sep 16, 2013
Wow Nigeria and Ghana have more than a lot in common.
We Ghanaians don't have enough water yet we give Cote D'ivore,Burkina Faso,Togo and Benin Republic water.
We don't have enough energy(electricity) yet we give Cote d'Ivoire,Togo and Benin electricity.
We use Tema harbour with Burkina Faso.

Sorry friends,you are not in this alone.
Yours is much logical but ours is SENSELESS.

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Family / Missing Penis In Ghana by djfiifi(m): 9:52am On Aug 25, 2013
XYZ News has gathered that the phallus of a
father of three has been chopped off by five
assailants as punishment for dating the
girlfriend of one of the attackers.
The victim, whose name has been given only
as James, a married man and final year
student of Gbewaa College of Education in the
Upper East region, was attacked on campus
on Friday August 23, 2013.
The assault happened in broad day light on
the College’s campus.
XYZ News' Upper East regional Correspondent
Musa Lansah reports that the attackers
ambushed the victim, overpowered him and
severed off his phallus after confronting him
about dating their colleague's girlfriend,
Police in Pusiga have arrested a young man in
connection with the alleged crime.
The four other accomplices are on the run.
Comfort is also in the custody of the Police
helping with investigations.
Musa Lansah says James is currently
receiving treatment at the Akonye Memorial
Crime Officer of Bawku, Adamu Seidu who
confirmed the incident to XYZ News said
James’ phallus was completely severed off
with a knife.
Source: radioxyzonline.com

Celebrities / Re: Joselyn Dumas At A Gym (Picture) by djfiifi(m): 4:04pm On Jul 27, 2013
See gobe!
GH girls and their backsides

Nairaland / General / Re: Odi Dollars Flaunts Shrine With Foreign Currency by djfiifi(m): 8:31pm On Jul 25, 2013
See how people have fallen for this story.
This is an old Ghanaian sakawa news.
Apart from the $ and € I hope you saw the 50,20,5 and 1 cedi notes?

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Art, Graphics & Video / Re: Post Your Photoshop Problems Here And Lets Slug It Out Together by djfiifi(m): 10:36am On Jun 14, 2013
turl: You heard the man, bring your issues forth and let's look into it together.

No logo requests or nothing o, strictly intended for people with PS issues.

Let it rip!

Hi Turl
I am an amateur in P.S,
Could you please educate me in how to change the background of a picture using PS 5.
Will be counting on you for the steps.
Music/Radio / Re: Ice Prince And Tuface Nominated For BET awards by djfiifi(m): 12:23pm On May 15, 2013
R2bees will win this award hands down
Politics / Re: When Obasanjo Joined The Nigerian Army (Picture) by djfiifi(m): 9:52pm On Apr 12, 2013
After his military training in Teshie-Ghana in the mid 50s undecided
Politics / Re: Ghana To Re-open Nigerian Shops by djfiifi(m): 3:21pm On Apr 09, 2013
Sam xiu lee: I like mr dangote,but this cement issues is against the laws in economics,they claim they have surplus yet the price didn't come down,they claimed that they have capacity to supply the Nigerian market and export the product,they didn't,am really confused cos I can see that,this same situation might play out if and when we have more refineries,either private or govt owned,if the cement from Ghana is cheaper abeg they should let it in.
btw when did Ghana start cement production?

The establishment of Ghacem Limited marked a major turning point in Ghana’s development. Ghacem was founded by the Government of Ghana in collaboration with Norcem AS of Norway, on August 30, 1967. kiss


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