Terrorists Recruitment in Ghana: Hoax or real? And the role …

Terrorists Recruitment in Ghana: Hoax or real? And the role of the media

27-08-2015 Hits:167 Features Sonny Yenibey Namouz - avatar Sonny Yenibey Namouz

In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks over a decade ago and the coming into the limelight of Osama bin Laden and his infamous terror squad Al-Qaida - Ghana did...

Court to rule on Charles Antwi's case

Court to rule on Charles Antwi's case

25-08-2015 Hits:154 Crime AGN Editor - avatar AGN Editor

Accra, Aug. 25, GNA – An Accra High Court would on August 31, rule on an order of Certiorari filed on behalf of Charles Antwi, the gunman who visited the...

VEEP advocates for people-centered development paradigm

VEEP advocates for people-centered development paradigm

25-08-2015 Hits:358 Politics Christopher Arko, GNA Special Correspondent, Kigali, Rwanda - avatar Christopher Arko, GNA Special Correspondent, Kigali, Rwanda

      Kigali (Rwanda), Aug. 25 GNA – Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called for the adoption of a new paradigm of development which was people-centred, without yielding to the demands...

Amidaus Professionals stretches Kotoko to draw game

 

Kumasi, Oct. 7, GNA – Visiting Amidaus Professionals on Sunday held defending champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko to a pulsating 0-0 draw game in their opening Glo-Premier League match at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi.

      Kotoko, who were a pale shadow of themselves as compared to last season, took the game to their opponents in most parts of the first half, with series of well-rehearsed dangerous attacks, but were unsuccessful in finding the opener.

      However, the clear-cut chances that came their way in the 15th, 26th and 32nd minutes were squandered by Kwabena Adusei, Mike Helegbe and Kofi Nti Boakye respectively.

     On resumption in the second half,  a rejuvenated Amidaus side came strongly into the game with a good strategy as they resorted to counter-attack to keep the slippery Kotoko players at bay.

     The visitors should have taken the lead in the 47th minute but Roger Adongo’s connection to a Yahaya Mohammed in-swinger missed the post by inches.

     Ben Arthur and Mohammed, all of Amidaus, also came close to scoring in the 52nd and 71st minutes respectively, but their efforts were not enough to give them the much needed points.

     The two teams in the latter part of the game concentrated most of the action in the midfield to end the match on a barren note.

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