A traditional priestess has been arrested at Barekese for allegedly operating a brothel. A quantity of used and unused condoms were retrieved from the suspect’s 17-bedroom house by the police at the time of her arrest.
The new Hajj Board Chairman, Shiehk I.C. Quaye who made this known said negotiations were still underway with government to consider airlifting them to perform the pilgrimage.
Jakarta's former Christian governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama will withdraw an appeal against his controversial two-year jail sentence for insulting Islam in Muslim-majority Indonesia, his sister said on Tuesday.
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has announced that this year’s ban on drumming and noisemaking commences from Monday 8 May to Thursday 8 June, ahead of the annual Homowo festival.
By J. Warner Wallace — Christians aren’t the only ones looking for the first “uncaused cause” of the universe. Everyone, theists and atheists alike, is looking for the cause of a universe that clearly had a beginning.
The Christian Council of Ghana has hailed government’s consideration to have the mission schools returned to the Churches which once had control over them.
The National Organizer of the largest opposition NDC, Kofi Adams has taken a swipe at the ex-Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Professor Emmanuel Martey, insisting that as a responsible opposition front, it cannot overlook the dangerous mistakes being committed by government irrespective of the few months it has occupied the seat of government.
The Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Koku Anyidoho has revealed candidly that Professor Martey is unwise for criticising some government appointees of being corrupt.
Prosecution was unable to produce their next witness in the matter in which Bishop Daniel Obinim, the Founder of God’s Way International Church and two of his pastors are being tried for abusing two teenagers.
When Ian Johnson first went to China as a student three decades ago, he pronounced religion there “dead.”
A Sharia court in Indonesia's Aceh province has sentenced two men to be caned in public for having gay sex.