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Tears as Access Bank CEO Herbert Wigwe, wife, and son laid to rest

Tears as Access Bank CEO Herbert Wigwe, wife, and son laid to rest

Lifestyle & Social
The remains of the late CEO of Access Holdings, Herbert Wigwe, and his wife Doreen Chizoba, along with their son Chizzy, were laid to rest on Saturday, March 9, in a private mausoleum at Wigwe University in Isiokpo, Rivers State. The institution was founded by Dr. Wigwe. Mourners gathered at the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Isiokpo for a funeral service, followed by a burial at the family’s private tomb around 2:45 pm. The atmosphere was filled with sorrow as the caskets were lowered into the ground. The Wigwe family tragically lost their lives in a helicopter crash near the California-Nevada border in the United States on February 9, 2024. Their remains arrived in Nigeria on Friday, March 8, 2024, and were transported to Port Harcourt International Airport from the ...
Ghana needs hostile environment for corruption – Apostle Nyamekye

Ghana needs hostile environment for corruption – Apostle Nyamekye

Ghana News, Headlines Today, Pent TV, Pentecost News
Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of the Church of Pentecost (CoP) says the country needs an environment that is hostile to corruption. “We must create an environment that is hostile to corruption of water bodies, beaches, immorality, false judgements, and favouritism..”, he said. Apostle Nyamekye said this at the 2023 National Development Conference of the Church of Pentecost at Gomoa-Fetteh in the Central Region. The two-day event, which is in partnership with the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), is to discuss the need for a national moral vision for national development. It is on the theme: “Moral Vision and National Development.” He said the country needed a shared value on morality because that was the only way politicians could lead with the next generation in mind ...
Current economic crisis won’t stop donation for Cathedral project – Joyce Aryee

Current economic crisis won’t stop donation for Cathedral project – Joyce Aryee

Ghana News
A member of the Board of Trustees for the National Cathedral project, Reverend Dr Joyce Aryee, says she is hopeful the country’s current economic crisis will not affect donations for the construction of the project.  Speaking at a news conference in Accra to announce the establishment of a call centre for the project, Rev Aryee said the resilience of human beings in worse situations encouraged her that the economic hardship would not deter individuals from donating towards the project.  “You know, human beings are so resilient. I am 76. I have lived through worse economic times in our country, therefore, I know economic times are as transient as the seasons of life,” she said.  She added that: “God has a way of touching our lives in ways that sometimes we don’t und...
Let’s Pursue Peace – Apostle Eric Nyamekye Urges Ghanaians

Let’s Pursue Peace – Apostle Eric Nyamekye Urges Ghanaians

Headlines Today, Pent TV, Pentecost News
The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has made a clarion call to the people of Ghana to do whatever they can to pursue peace and consolidate it as the nation prepares for the general elections on December 7, this year. Speaking at the launch of the Church’s ‘Agent of Peace’ campaign held at the Burma Camp in Accra on Sunday, September 27, 2020, under the theme: “Seek Peace and Pursue It” – Psalm 34:17b, Apostle Nyamekye appealed to all Ghanaians to be objective and constructive in their criticisms and not to be unduly blinded by their political colouration. “Let us have the courage to correct our politicians when they go wrong and appreciate and encourage them when they do what is fitting and proper,” he said, adding, “As we launch this campaign today, ...
I HAVE MADE A COVENANT WITH GOD TO ORGANISE PEACEFUL ELECTIONS – JEAN MENSA

I HAVE MADE A COVENANT WITH GOD TO ORGANISE PEACEFUL ELECTIONS – JEAN MENSA

Ghana News, Headlines Today, Pent TV
The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Mrs. Jean Mensa, has reiterated her resolve to preside over a peaceful, transparent, and fair elections in Ghana, come December 7. Speaking at the launch of the 2nd edition of the ‘Agent of Peace’ campaign organised by The Church of Pentecost, the EC boss said that she made a covenant with God several years ago to be used by Him in a way He pleased.  “Today I stand before the Almighty God to pledge and present myself as an Agent of Peace in our nation Ghana and the rest of the world. “Romans 12:8 places the onus of ensuring and maintaining peace on us as individuals. It emphasises that if it is possible, as much as it depends on us, we should live peaceably with all men. I believe that if we are each able to do this, ...
INVOLVE IPAC IN EVERY ELECTORAL PROCESS – EMINENT PERSONS GROUP TO EC

INVOLVE IPAC IN EVERY ELECTORAL PROCESS – EMINENT PERSONS GROUP TO EC

Headlines Today, Pent TV
The Christian Council of Ghana, Eminent Persons Group of Religious Leaders in Ghana, has urged the Electoral Commission to involve the Interparty Advisory Committee (IPAC) in every electoral process leading up to the December 7 general elections. According to the Group, this will forestall any electoral tensions in the country. In a press statement, the Eminent Persons Group stated that: “the EC must fully involve IPAC and other stakeholders in every electoral process to avoid situations that we are witnessing at the time that the election is close.” The Eminent Persons Group also appealed to Ghanaians especially the political parties to assist the Electoral Commission “in any way they can to facilitate” a smooth electoral process. “The Eminent Persons Group is hopeful that th...
NLC URGES MORTUARY WORKERS TO SUSPEND INTENDED STRIKE

NLC URGES MORTUARY WORKERS TO SUSPEND INTENDED STRIKE

Headlines Today, Pent TV
The National Labour Commission has urged the Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana (MOWAG) to halt its plans to embark on a strike. The association has threatened to strike from Thursday, October 1, as a result of failure on the part of the Ministry of Health to address their demands for improved conditions of service. Speaking to Citi News, the Executive Secretary of the National Labour Commission, Ofosu Asamoah, said the Commission will on Friday, October 2 meet the Mortuary Workers Association to have outstanding matters resolved. “We’ve asked them to hold onto the strike whilst the commission hears this matter… You cannot be on strike and still be appearing before the Commission so the only way they can have the matter heard is to suspend the strike,” he explained. He note...
PENTECOSTAL, CHARISMATIC COUNCIL CALLS FOR INDEPENDENT MEDIATORS..

PENTECOSTAL, CHARISMATIC COUNCIL CALLS FOR INDEPENDENT MEDIATORS..

Headlines Today, Pent TV
PENTECOSTAL, CHARISMATIC COUNCIL CALLS FOR INDEPENDENT MEDIATORS IN SECESSIONIST TENSIONS The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) wants the government to constitute an independent committee to negotiate with the Western Togoland secessionist group, Homeland Study Group Foundation. Following incidents of violence allegedly perpetrated by the group, the council has stressed that violence will not resolve the tensions. “Let our brothers and sisters from that part of Ghana who feel aggrieved or who have issues come and lay their problems on the table and then we can begin from there,” the President of the GPCC, Rev. Prof. Paul Yaw Frimpong-Manso said. He also suggested that any committee formed should be as diverse as possible. “Bring people irrespective of politic...
COMMITTEE TASKED TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS ON SCHOOL REOPENING SUBMITS REPORT

COMMITTEE TASKED TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS ON SCHOOL REOPENING SUBMITS REPORT

News In Brief, Pent TV
Members of the committee set up to advise the government on the reopening of schools have submitted their report to the Minister of Education. Chaired by a former Minister of Education and chairman of the GETFund Board of Trustees. Prof. Dominic Fobih, the committee was tasked to come up with modalities for the reopening of schools after their closure in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Details of the report have not been made public yet. A statement from the Education Ministry said the report will be forwarded to the President ahead of extensive stakeholder engagement. “At a short ceremony at the Ministry, Dr. Prempeh received the report and thanked the members of the committee for their hard work and diligence. The report will be forwarded to the President ahead of e...
66% OF ACCIDENTAL DEATHS EMANATE FROM ROAD CRASHES – BUREAU OF PUBLIC SAFETY

66% OF ACCIDENTAL DEATHS EMANATE FROM ROAD CRASHES – BUREAU OF PUBLIC SAFETY

News In Brief, Pent TV
Road crashes are the major contributor of accident-related deaths in Ghana. The Executive Secretary of the Bureau of Public Safety, Nana Yaw Akwada made this known on Citi TV’s Point of View. “Our findings indicate that 66% of accidental deaths in the country come from road crashes. This is something that people have suggested that it is a national security matter.” His revelation comes on the back of a series of road crashes recorded over the past few weeks. On Saturday, September 19, 2020, some six members of a football academy at Offinso in the Ashanti Region died on the spot after a KIA Pregio vehicle they were travelling in, veered off the road and fell into the River Offin. Four other persons were also confirmed dead following a head-on collision at Somanya in the Yil...

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