Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has refused to be swayed by the current form of Kumasi Asante Kotoko as the two sides prepare for their rescheduled Super Clash on Sunday. The Week 7 encounter could not take place due to Hearts of Oak involvement in CAF competitions at the time.
Hearts are off the peak this season despite a recent resurgent in form, contrary to their arch-rivals who have started the season well and lead the league log with 36, 12 more than Hearts of Oak.
Professor Baffour Agyeman Duah, a governance expert has indicated that if the purported will of the former Chief Executive Officer of the forestry commission is true, then it raises questions about how asset declarations of public office holders are carried out in the country. Prof Agyemang-Duah noted that the law
Let not judge government for the Achimota Forest decision until we get explanations – Inusah Fuseini
Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, a former Lands and Natural Resources Minister is demanding an explanation from the government on the reason behind its decision to increase the acreage of the Achimota Forest land ceded to the Owoo family. According to him, the erstwhile NDC government completed an agreement and duly handed
The government has started nationwide stakeholder engagement as it gears up to launch the much-touted YOU START program. These engagements, the government explains form part of measures being rolled out to ensure that Ghanaians are sensitized about the YOU START programme and have the necessary support and acceptance by Ghanaians
Samuel Boadu assured that his charges will work extra hard for the Kotoko game on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium following the goalless draw over the weekend with RTU in Tamale.
He told the media after the match against RTU on Sunday, “Absolutely we don’t care who we are playing against in our next game. We are in competition with all the clubs. We are going to correct our mistakes and work extra hard to play the Kotoko game”.
Meanwhile, the GFA has appointed Rustum Gameli Senorgbe as the centre referee for the match. He will be assisted by Patrick Papala and Gilbert Adom Mensah with Bashiru Dauda as the 4th referee.