The director of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, James Gunn, has offered U.S President Donald Trump $100,000 to have his weight recorded publicly.
Trump had a routine medical check-up conducted by government doctors recently and the results were released publicly to assure the American people that the President is in perfect health.
Everything this clown does is so memorable. The first world leader in history to treat the U.N like a children’s bully yard, his first speech to the Assembly was highlighted by him calling the North Korean President as ‘Rocket Man’.
And on Wednesday, whilst meeting leaders of African countries at a meeting – including the President Nana Akufo-Addo – Donald Trump once again struck, this time congratulating the people of ‘Nambia’ for their splendid healthcare.
About 7,000 Ghanaian citizens face deportation from the United States of America for being there illegally, the US ambassador to Ghana has revealed.
Ambassador Robert Jackson, speaking in the Brong Ahafo region earlier today (Thursday), said that over 7,000 Ghanaians are in different stages of the deportation process.
US President Donald Trump is new to the diplomacy gig, no question, but he’s gotta do it far better than he’s started so far.
In his first few weeks in office, Trump had an explosive phone call with US ally Australia, which exposed his lousy diplomatic skills – but things have cooled down a little since.
Muhammad Ali Jr, son of the late, great, legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, was detained at a airport in Florida and grilled for hours over his name and religion during the implementation of the travel ban put in place by US President Donald J. Trump.
Ali Jr, 44, was stopped alongside his mother and Muhammad Ali’s second wife, Khalilah Camacho-Ali, whilst returning to the US from Jamaica.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has waded into the turmoil surrounding the Presidency of Donald Trump, calling for the new American leader to be given more time to see what he can do.
Mugabe granted an interview to state media in his country touching on many issues, including the ever controversial 45th President of the United States of America.
A US federal court of appeals has upheld the decision of a district court judge to put a temporary restraining order on the Trump Executive Order banning immigration from 7 Muslim majority countries.
In a unanimous 3-0 decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the Trump administration, delivering a hefty blow to the President’s efforts to have his order put back in place.
US President Donald Trump has warned his over 24m followers on twitter that any ‘negative’ poll about him is ‘fake news’.
After a chaotic first couple weeks in office, in which his ‘so-called’ Muslim ban has caused confusion and invigorated his critics, his approval ratings have been recorded as the worst for any new President and Trump is pushing back against that.
The US ambassador to Ghana, Peter Jackson, has said that the US remains committed to help Ghana put in place policies and reforms which would aid in eradicating corruption.
The ambassador made this known during the launch of the Corporate Governance Initiative in Accra Tuesday.
The former President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, has condemned the travel ban implemented by US President Donald Trump, calling it ‘regrettable’.
The former leader of Ghana, who lost elections last year, called on the ongoing African Union Summit to address the controversial issue which affects a couple of African countries.
An online petition calling on the UK government to scrap a planned state visit with Donald Trump has garnered over one million signatures (and counting), far surpassing the number needed for an official response from the government.
The petition calls on Theresa May’s government to rescind the offer for a state visit extended to the US leader, who is expected to meet the Queen when he visits the US’ oldest ally.
Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo had his inaugural speech dogged with allegations of plagiarism, after portions of his speech were lifted from inauguration speeches of former US Presidents.
Donald Trump gave his own inaugural address on Friday and some people online are claiming he also committed his own plagiarism offense.
Donald J. Trump was sworn in Friday, January 20th, as the 45th President of the United States of America, taking over from Barack Obama.
The Presidential inaugural ball occurred not long after and Trump and wife Melania took the first dance with the former as commander-in-chief.
The inauguration of Donald J. Trump occurrs in Washington today and a Ghanaian bishop was on hand to lead the all important prayer service ahead of the ceremony.
Nicholas Duncan-Williams, founder and head pastor of the Action Chapel Ministry, was on hand to lead prayers involving the incoming Commander-in-chief.
US President elect Donald Trump is a twitter freak – possibly the first head of state in the world who would be conducting policy on the social networking site.
Trump spends so much time on twitter, mainly attacking his ‘enemies’ (aka anyone who criticises him), and it has not stopped since he got elected; except now those he attacks includes other countries and businesses who piss him off.
Rapper Kanye West made a rare public appearance since his recent hospitalisation when he appeared alongside President-elect Donald Trump at the real estate mogul’s New York offices early Tuesday.
The pair came out of Trump Towers, having just finished what advisors are calling an ‘impromptu’ meeting.
Nigerian literary legend and Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, has followed up on his promise and ‘torn up’ his green card.
The 82 year old promised before the US elections that if Trump won, he would tear up his green card immediately.
Actress Lyda Forson has gone back into her writing shell to bring us a piece tackling the upcoming elections, with a message of doom for NPP supporters – if they do not change their ways.
Writing on her blog and drawing from lessons learned from the US elections, Forson notes that the ‘unsophisticated’ tag attached to followers of NDC in social media interactions is reminiscent of the scorn heaped upon Trump supporters in the run up to the elections.
If the world was a rational place where people actually used their brains, T. B Joshua’s church would have been a graveyard on Sunday as his entire congregation abandoned him for being a bald faced liar.
If T.B Joshua was a man, he would own up to his mistake and seek the forgiveness of everyone, especially members of his congregation. If he was wrong about the US election, how many other prophecies had he given out affecting people’s lives that had been wrong too?
Nigerian professor and Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka has written a lengthy piece heaping scorn and derision on the legion of people who called for him to literally rip up his green card in the aftermath of the US election, media and individuals alike.
The award winning author had pledged, during a lecture with Oxford University students, to rip up his green card in the event of a win for Donald Trump in the US elections. Soyinka told the students…
The shock and the awe has now worn off and whether you like it or yes, Donald Trump would become the next President of the United States of America.
The real estate mogul/reality tv star who had never held public office, beat off competition from the 30 year political veteran Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 US elections.
When two enemies meet and pretend everything is hunky-dory – that was the situation at the White House earlier today (Thursday) when President-elect Donald John Trump met the man he would be kicking out of the White House in two months – Barack Hussein Obama.
Trump won Tuesday’s US election, shocking almost an entire political class which expected a handy defeat of the bombastic businessman. Instead of Hillary Clinton, Obama now has to plan a transition with Trump – a man who for years maintained Obama was not a US citizen.
The US elections has brought us so many wtf moments – from the sweet humiliation of T.B Joshua to the savage replies delivered to the Nigerian President by his own people after he congratulated Trump – all the way to Shatta Wale dubbing himself the new Trump.
Ghanaians even took the election more seriously than some Americans, with social media filled with armchair pundits giving their two cents all through the night about what they thought would happen.
Nigerian comedian Bright Okpocha, professionally known as Basketmouth – has announced intentions to run for the highest office in his country during the next Presidential elections in 2019.
Former reality tv star Donald Trump surprisingly won the US elections Tuesday night thus breaking the mold of what a typical politician can be.
It’s all about Donald Trump this morning as the former reality tv star and real estate mogul has been elected President of the United States of America.
Trump beat Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to the victory, sweeping up victories in key swing states to grab the victory.
Donald Trump has won the US Presidential elections after a tight race, beating Hillary Clinton who has already conceded the race.
Trump picked up unexpected wins in multiple crucial swing states, including states that looked sewn up for Clinton before election day like Pennsylvania and Michigan, to win with 276 electoral votes, even though some states are still outstanding.
The Associated Press has called the US election for the Republican Presidential nominee, Donald J. Trump, dealing a serious blow to the eternal battle between God and Satan about who exerts more control over the world.
Preachers giving out prophecies is something we have always criticised here since it seems to be based on nothing but their gut which they claim to be some divine inspiration. Especially those from charlatans like T.B Joshua who say vague things and later use it to claim credit after disasters have killed scores of people.