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Former Medeama Head coach Samuel Boadu becomes 23rd Hearts of Oak coach under Togbe Afede’s regime

Samuel Boadu is the 23rd coach of Hearts of Oak under the current board of the club led by Togbe Afede since they took charge of the Ghanaian giants ten years ago.

Be measured in your utterances – Peace Council urges ahead of SC’s verdict on election petition

The National Peace Council has asked all Ghanaians to be measured in their utterances and actions after the Supreme Court’s judgment on the election petition hearing.

Ghana’s National Vaccine Deployment Plan well-received by WHO

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has revealed that Ghana’s National Vaccine Deployment Plan that was presented to the World Health Organization (WHO) was well-received.

Mini Raiola-I didn't want to cause problems for Pogba at Man Utd

Mino Raiola says he did not want to cause problems for Paul Pogba when he declared that the midfielder's time at Manchester United was "over". The agent caused a stir in December when he suggested that the France international would soon be leaving the Red Devils.

A Release From The Rebecca Foundation

"I am proud to announce that the Rebecca Foundation has commissioned the newly re-built Adetim D/A KG and Primary School in the Upper West Akim District of the Eastern Region after the project was abandoned for twenty- nine (29) years."

Black Stars Legend Laryea Kingston deserves the Hearts of Oak job - Mohammed Polo

Hearts of Oak legend Mohammed Polo has backed former Ghana International Laryea Kingston to be the next head coach of the club. The Ghana Premier League giants are currently without a head coach following the mass resignation of the technical team led by Kosta Papic a week ago.

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