Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 02 February 2021 - WonsoKabiRadio.Com

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, pursuant to Article 89 (2) of the 1992 Constitution, has appointed the following eleven (11) persons to the Council of State:

1. Nana Otuo Siriboe II, Juabenhene
2. Archbishop Justice Ofei Akrofi
3. Mr. Sam Okudzeto
4. Mr. Stanley Blankson
5. Prof. Ato Essuman
6. Alhaji Aminu Amadu
7. Dr. Margaret Amoakohene
8. Mrs. Georgina Kusi
9. Mrs. Alberta Cudjoe
10. Kuoro Richard Babini Kanton VI
11. Alhaji Sule Yiremiah

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President Akufo-Addo reimposed ban on weddings, concerts and parties until further notice.

Speaking tonight in his 23rd address to the nation on measures taken by government to see to the curb of the rise of COVID-19 cases, he stated that there was going to be an imposition of the restriction on social gatherings.

It is recalled that the president first banned all public gatherings on March 15, 2020 during his eight address. The ban was to ensure that all public gatherings were to see a limited number of 25 participants, a restriction that was eased after the active cases reduced impressively.

But tonight, he noted that the restriction will see an imposition once again in the face of the spike in cases;

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US President Joe Biden has threatened to reinstate sanctions on Myanmar after the country's military seized power.

Sanctions had only recently been eased, after the country began emerging from a decades-long military dictatorship.

On Monday, Aung San Suu Kyi and other elected officials were detained, with Ms Suu Kyi's party accused of fraud over its landslide election win.


The UN, the UK and the EU have also condemned the military takeover amid fears of potential protests and unrest.

Ms Suu Kyi - who spent nearly 15 years in detention between 1989 and 2010 - has urged her supporters to "protest against the coup" in a letter written before she was detained. It warned the military's actions would put the country back under a dictatorship.

The military has refused to accept November's election results, declaring a year-long state of emergency. It has already replaced 11 ministers and deputies, including in finance, health, the interior and foreign affairs.

But in a statement, Mr Biden said "force should never seek to overrule the will of the people or attempt to erase the outcome of a credible election".

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