Nana Addo honours 10 pioneer Ghanaian foreign service officers

Nana Addo honours 10 pioneer Ghanaian foreign service officers


Nana Addo honours 10 pioneer Ghanaian foreign service officers

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday, honoured Ghana’s first 10 foreign service officers at an event at the Jubilee House. The 10 Officers, 8 of whom are dead, are Harry Reginald Amonoo, Frederick Sigfried Arkhurst, Kwaku Baprui Asante, Frank Edmund Boateng, Kenneth Kweku Sinaman Dadzie, Abraham Benjamin Baah Kofi, Alexander Quaison-Sackey, Henry Van Hien

6 women share why they and their spouses keep separate finances

6 women share why they and their spouses keep separate finances


6 women share why they and their spouses keep separate finances

  After walking down the aisle, couples often see combining finances as the obvious next step. But times are changing, and some financial “rules” are meant to be broken. A recent report by Bank of America showed that while 13 percent of baby boomer couples maintain separate finances, 28 percent of millennials keep their money separate. For some couples, maintaining

Five ways to fix an over-salted meal

Five ways to fix an over-salted meal


Five ways to fix an over-salted meal

Salt can be your best friend in the kitchen. It enhances flavours taking a dish from drab to vibrant with just a pinch. But what do you do when you have seasoned a dish and you realize that you’ve added way too much salt? Relax and do not panic as Jumia Food, Nigeria’s no 1

Biggest celebrity moments at Wimbledon: From David Beckham catching a ball to Beyonce looking confused

Biggest celebrity moments at Wimbledon: From David Beckham catching a ball to Beyonce looking confused


Biggest celebrity moments at Wimbledon: From David Beckham catching a ball to Beyonce looking confused

Biggest celebrity moments at Wimbledon: From David Beckham catching a ball to Beyonce looking confused You may pay to watch the tennis – but the celeb attendees provide all the best bits Golden balls: David Beckham was quite a catch in 2015 ( Kirsty Wigglesworth/POOL/PA ) Keeping your eye on the ball at Wimbledon is crucial – but