Bernard Ralph Adams is an international journalist currently with the Ignite Media Group operators of Metro TV, Original 91.9 FM and Original TV in West Africa, Ghana. He is a talented and immensely creative member of the fourth estate of the realm with a commitment to high-quality research writing. Known commonly as Bernard Ralph has a proven history of achievement in the industry with about a decade of experience in the media fraternity. He holds sound investigative research methods in high esteem and always desire to seek the truth and nothing else. The Ghanaian journalist has excellent reporting and interviewing skills and award-winning writing techniques. A pen might be mightier than a sword, but that will only depend on who possesses and uses the pen. A pen in your hands could probably just be a tool for leaving ink stains on a paper. But a pen in Bernard Ralph's hands can sometimes send shivers down the spines of some high-ranking personalities in the world. In an age where integrity is scarce, Bernard Ralph prides himself as a gentleman of complete integrity. He's guided by an anti-gift policy and rejects favours from newsmakers and people in high office in order not to compromise.
Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, says it is utterly false that he orchestrated a plot to assassinate the personality of former Minister of Science, Environment, Technology, and Innovation, Prof. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng.
Group pays nomination form fee for Mahama in NDC presidential primaries https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Group-pays-nomination-form-fee-for-Mahama-in-NDC-presidential-primaries-1714292
An economist and Ghana’s longest-serving Finance Minister, Mr. Kwesi Botchwey, has died, Metro TV Online gathers. Kwesi Botchwey reportedly died at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra where he was seeking medical attention today.
Accra - As part of measures to cushion staff in the present predicament caused by rising inflation and Cedi depreciation in Ghana, Kasapreko Company Limited has announced a relief package for its workers.
A former Deputy Communications Minister, Edward Ato Sarpong, believes the court presided over by Justice Eric Kyei Baffour did not find the former D-G of the National Communications Authority (NCA), William Tetteh Tevie, and ex Board Chairman, Eugene Baff