Author: Papa Linc

Under-fire Tennis Australia boss grilled about Novak Djokovic in tense interview – as he insists he’s NOT considering resigningBy Levi Parsons For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:08 EST, 20 January 2022 | Updated: 02:56 EST, 20 January 2022 Tennis boss Craig Tiley has sidestepped questions about Novak Djokovic in a tense interview with the host broadcaster of the Australian Open.The under-fire CEO of Tennis Australia and tournament director copped a grilling from Channel Nine’s James Bracey who repeatedly asked about his perceived mishandling of the Djokovic saga. Tennis Australia has been widely accused of misinforming the world No. 1 about the…

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Flights from Australia and New Zealand carrying humanitarian aid and disaster relief landed at Fua’amotu International Airport in Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa, after the runway was cleared of volcanic ash and debris following Saturday’s violent eruption of the underwater Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano.The aid will be delivered without any contact, to prevent the risk of Covid-19 spreading in the nation — which has only seen a single case since the start of the pandemic. Tonga has fully vaccinated more than 80% of its eligible population against the disease, according to the World Health Organization. A New Zealand Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft carrying…

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Managing Director of NIB, Mr Samuel Sarpong Redundant NIB staff to receive GH¢6,000 plus other benefitsStaff voluntary exit part of NIB transformation programme – MDNIB restructuring to become world-class bank – MDThe National Investment Bank (NIB) has disclosed that it had completed a voluntary exit programme it started on December 17, 2021.Through the programme, staff of NIB were given the opportunity to voluntarily leave the investment bank with some redundancy pay.Graphic online reported that staff that voluntary exited the bank received GH¢4000 compensation as well as GH¢2000 to cater for transportation needs and repatriation.In addition, the affected staff received either…

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Entertainment of Wednesday, 19 January 2022 Source: www.ghanaweb.com 2022-01-19 Obuor was dissapointed by the Black Stars performance Obuor looks gloomy in a captured image Obuor in Cameron to support Ghana in AFCONGhana loses to Comoros in AFCONSamuel Aggrey, popularly known in the sports circles as ‘Obour’, a staunch supporter of the Black Stars has been left ‘traumatized’ after the team lost to Comoros yesterday in Cameron.The die-hard supporter who has always made it a point to support the Black stars in various tournaments outside of the country was captured looking terribly sad after Ghana bowed out of the AFCON.A picture…

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Algeria will face Ivory Coast GOAL takes a look at how the Desert Foxes could start against the Elephants in their final Group E match on Thursday evening.GOALKEEPER – Rais M’BolhiThe experienced shot-stopper remains Algeria’s number one keeper and he will be hoping to keep a clean sheet against the West African giants.RIGHT-BACK – Youcef AtalThe OGC Nice is likely to be up against Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha in what could be an entertaining battle on the right side of Algeria’s defence.LEFT-BACK – Ramy BensebainiThe tough-tackling defender was one of the Desert Foxes’ better players against Equatorial Guinea on…

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The Assemblies of God Church on Sunday launched a new TV station to widen its outreach. The GH₵2 million Ghanaian free to air television network known as AGTV would among others, show a variety of programmes including sermons, gospel music, news bulletins and sports highlights. The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, Reverend Professor Paul Frimpong-Manso, launching it in Accra, said the intent for AGTV was not only for profit“but also to promote the work of God and recover cost, especially in the area of missions.” Rev. Frimpong-Manso said the vision for setting up a television station came…

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A Nigerian man had taken to his Twitter handle to give marital advised but he was ‘cooked’ by other members of the micro-blogging platform. Dr Feruke seemingly complimented his wife in an unorthodox way and he was dragged by other Twitter users who felt he embarrassed his wife. Dr Feruke’s tweet read ; All of them are shouting about how fine my wife is today. But I know how i met her. Hint ; until i asked her out, no one had asked her out before me. Not since secondary school play relationship. I know what I found, I know…

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A young Unilag graduate has taken to social media to share what she deemed as a testimony as regards her education. According to Joy, she gained admission into the University of Lagos when she was suffering from Avascular Necrosis of the hipbone as a result of Sickle cell complications. The Doctors told her she could never walk on her own until she had a hip replacement sugery. She detailed how she struggled to keep up with school and also meet her Doctor’s appointment. Joy, at one point, changed her course of study to a less stressful one but thankfully today,…

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Ray Hadley has accused NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet of ‘lying’ about the state of NSW’s hospital system as a feud between the pair erupts.Hadley’s comments come just days after the radio host accused the Premier of calling him a ‘bedwetter’ behind his back.The 2GB radio host slammed Mr Perrottet during his morning program on Thursday after fed-up nurses protested outside Westmead Hospital in Sydney.Dozens of nurses called on the Premier to visit Westmead Hospital on Wednesday as staffing shortages and overtime due to Omicron pushed workers to the brink.   Ray Hadley has launched another scathing attack on Premier Dominic Perrottet (pictured)…

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In a written statement, the judges said it was not irrational for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke to eject the Djokovic due to concerns the unvaccinated Serbian star could pose a risk to public health and order. The ruling said it was open to the minister to infer Djokovic’s presence could encourage anti-vax protests, which could aid the spread of Covid-19. And they noted the minister’s decision also included the star’s possible influence on people who were unsure about whether to take the vaccine.”The possible influence on the second group comes from common sense and human experience: An iconic world tennis…

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