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“Togo For Christ” Crusade Records 3555 Souls!

“Togo For Christ” Crusade Records 3555 Souls!

Africa News, Pentecost News
The massive weeklong crusade held from July 16 to 20, 2024, at Adidogome Park in Lome, Togo, resulted in 3555 people coming into the saving knowledge of Christ. The event, dubbed the “Togo for Christ” crusade, was jointly organized by the International Missions Directorate, the Evangelism Ministry Directorate, and The Church of Pentecost International, Togo. Themed “Jesus Saves and Heals” (Acts 4:12), the four-day event lived up to expectations, drawing mammoth crowds, recording spectacular miracles, and most importantly, giving thousands the opportunity to surrender their lives to Christ. The crusade began with preliminary evangelism activities led by the Gospel Heralds, an Advance Team dispatched by the Evangelism Ministry to Togo ahead of the event. In Togo, the team wa...
2025 AFCONQ: Checkout full group as Ghana clash with Kwesi Appiah’s Sudan

2025 AFCONQ: Checkout full group as Ghana clash with Kwesi Appiah’s Sudan

Africa News, Ghana News, Sports
The Black Stars of Ghana has been placed in Group F for the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers. The highly anticipated draw took place in Johannesburg at the SuperSport studios. Under the guidance of coach Otto Addo, Ghana will face Angola, Sudan, and Niger in their group. Notably, Ghana will compete against Sudan, coached by former Black Stars manager Kwesi Appiah. Appiah, who is the only indigenous coach to have led Ghana to the World Cup in 2014, is also the technical director of Asante Kotoko. Currently, he is leading Sudan in Group B of the World Cup qualifiers, competing against Senegal. Kwesi Appiah is also a member of the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA). The winner of Group F will secure direct qualification to the prestigi...
Afcon 2025Q: Otto Addo calls for top performances to win Group F

Afcon 2025Q: Otto Addo calls for top performances to win Group F

Africa News, Ghana News, Sports
Black Stars coach Otto Addo is calling for top performances from his side if they are to “beat everyone” in Group F of the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. The four-time champions will take on Sudan, Angola, and Niger for a slot in next year’s tournament, set to be staged in Morocco. The clash against Sudan marks a reunion with former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah, who now manages the Falcons of Jediane. The draw also repeats the 2023 AFCON qualifying series, where Otto Addo’s side faced Angola. Ghana’s last encounter with Niger was at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, providing no recent familiarity between the teams. “We have to be at our 100% best to beat everyone. There is no small team in Africa at the moment,” Addo said in an interview with Ghanafa.org “You saw at t...
AFCON 2025: Ghana draws Kwasi Appiah’s Sudan, Nigeria gets Libya

AFCON 2025: Ghana draws Kwasi Appiah’s Sudan, Nigeria gets Libya

Africa News, Ghana News, Sports
The Confederation of African Football (CAF), has conducted the draw for the qualifying series for the 2025 African Cup of Nations (AFCON). The competition which has been scheduled to start on December 21, 2025 and end on January 18, 2026, will take place in Morocco. Ghana will begin its journey for an 11th consecutive AFCON appearance in September 2024. The Black Stars have been placed in Group F, where they will face Sudan, managed by former Ghana captain and coach Kwasi Appiah, alongside Angola and Nigeria. Defending champions, Cote d’Ivoire, will start their campaign in Group G, competing against Zambia, Sierra Leone, and Chad. The 2023 AFCON silver medalists, Nigeria, have been paired with Benin, Libya, and Rwanda in Group I, while the 2021 champions, Senegal, will cont...
Ghana’s Afronita and Abigail emerge 3rd at 2024 Britain’s Got Talent show

Ghana’s Afronita and Abigail emerge 3rd at 2024 Britain’s Got Talent show

Africa News, Ghana News, Headlines Today, Lifestyle & Social, World News
Ghanaian dance duo Afronita and Abigail placed third after a grueling finale of the 2024 Britain’s Got Talent show. The duo, with their great dance moves and amazing story, have wowed the world throughout the competition, raising high the flag of Ghana and Africa on the global platform. At the finals on Sunday, June 2, they put up an electrifying performance in bright Ghanaian colours coming up in the top three out of the ten finalists. However, they came third, which is still a significant feat for the Africans on that global stage. The two young Ghanaians have received massive support from Ghanaians both at home and abroad. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ARXgScbNogo The 10 finalists included a choir, a magician, and a Japanese skipping group. But Sydnie...
GHANA’S DANCE DUO ATTRIBUTES QUALIFICATION TO BGT FINALS TO GOD, SAYS IT IS A PRAYER ANSWERED

GHANA’S DANCE DUO ATTRIBUTES QUALIFICATION TO BGT FINALS TO GOD, SAYS IT IS A PRAYER ANSWERED

Africa News, Ghana News, Headlines Today, International, Lifestyle & Social, Pent TV, World News
It was an exciting moment for Ghana and beyond as Ghanaian dancers Afronita and Abigail won their semi-final performance on the 2024 Britain's Got Talent. The dancers attributed their qualification to God, calling it a prayer answered. The stage was lit with vibrant energy as Afronita and Abigail showcased their extraordinary talent, blending their Ghanaian heritage into their performance with African prints and fabricators presented to the judges at the beginning of their act. The auditorium buzzed with excitement from judges and audience members alike, while viewers at home were captivated by Afronita and Abigail’s dance moves. Amanda Holden, one of the judges, described their semi-final performance as "unbelievable." Expressing her heartfelt gratitude, Afronita thank...
Bawumia assures  churches will not be    taxed

Bawumia assures churches will not be taxed

Africa News, Ghana News, Headlines Today
Vice President and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, during his tour in the Oti Region, met with the clergy and assured them that churches would remain exempt from taxation. He emphasized the significant contributions churches have made to the country's development. There has been considerable debate recently about whether churches should be taxed. This issue has sparked widespread discussion across the nation. During a tour in the Volta Region and a meeting with the clergy in the Oti Region, Vice President and NPP flagbearer Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has assured the church leaders that they would be exempt from taxation. He acknowledged the crucial role that churches play in the lives of Ghanaians and their involvement in various devel...
Ghana’s Amputee team wins AAFCON in Egypt

Ghana’s Amputee team wins AAFCON in Egypt

Africa News, Ghana News, Sports
Ghana’s national amputee football team, Black Challenge has been crowned champions of the 2024 African Amputee Football Cup of Nations (AAFCON) tournament.The team trashed Morocco 2-1 to emerge champions in the finals played on Monday night.Ghana has now won the Amputee AAFCON back-to-back after also emerging as champions in 2021. The Ghana Black Challenge is also a champion of the 1st African Para Games Football, held in 2023. They’ll represent Africa in the Amputee World Cup in 2026. They are expected to arrive in Ghana on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. DISCLAIMER: The Views, Comments, Opinions, Contributions and Statements made by Readers and Contributors on this platform do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Pent Tv Limited Source: Adomonline
WAFU B U-17 Cup of Nations: Black Starlets beat Benin to reach semis

WAFU B U-17 Cup of Nations: Black Starlets beat Benin to reach semis

Africa News, Ghana News, Sports
Ghana's Black Starlets sealed a place in the semi-final of the WAFU B U-17 Cup of Nations following their win over Benin on Tuesday, May 21. Mark Kagawa Mensah and Theophilus Ayamga netted in the first half to ensure victory for Laryea Kingston's side who topped Group A. Kagawa Mensah got things running for the Black Starlets after just 19 minutes played as he lobbed the ball over the Benin goalkeeper. https://twitter.com/kweku_lawrence/status/1792959922419974367?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1792959922419974367%7Ctwgr%5E9eb69d7108c8ea1c68168b51823fac49c442f046%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.myjoyonline.com%2Fwafu-b-u-17-cup-of-nations-black-starlets-beat-benin-to-reach-semis%2F The goal came through brilliant work by Godfred Sarpong who p...
FIG ANNUAL WORKING WEEK 2024: GHANA HOSTS GLOBAL SURVEYORS ON RESILIENT ENVIRONMENTS AND SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

FIG ANNUAL WORKING WEEK 2024: GHANA HOSTS GLOBAL SURVEYORS ON RESILIENT ENVIRONMENTS AND SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Africa News, Education, Ghana News, Headlines Today, International, Pentecost News, World News
The International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), has convened in Ghana for its Annual Working Week under the theme "Your World, Our World: Resilient Environment and Sustainable Resource Management for All." The conference aims to highlight the role of geospatial technologies and innovations in ensuring a resilient environment and sustainable management of natural resources.The opening ceremony, held on May 19, 2024, was graced by the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, along with other diplomatic dignitaries. The FIG global community, representing around 120 countries, saw over 90 countries register for the conference currently taking place at the La Palm Royal Hotel in Accra. The theme "Your World, Our World: Resilient Environment and Sustain...

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