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Akwasi Addai Odike, founder and leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP), has made known his intent to incorporate security consciousness courses into the country’s educational curriculum should he be made president.  According to him, this will bring day-to-day criminal activities to a minimum. He made these comments following the directive of the Acting Inspector Continue Reading
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A small boy who went missing on Friday has been found dead near the Naval Officers Mess at Adiembra in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis of the Western Region. Community members who gathered around the corpse at about 5:00pm told reporters that the boy, who stayed with his grandmother, was last seen on Friday following some […]Continue Reading
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COP James Oppong-Boanuh, the Acting Inspector-General of Police has encouraged police personnel to continue to effectively discharge of their duties in protecting the public despite recent attacks on officers. According to James Oppong-Boanuh, these incidents should not “dampen our morale.”. He further stated at a mid-year church service for police personnel that the force Continue Reading
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The office of the A-G has made a shocking revelation that there have been withdrawals summing up to more than GHS236, 000 by relatives of recently dead pensioners. The Auditor General, Daniel Domelevo, has therefore suggested that an official ban be placed on the allowances of deceased pensioners. In his report, he blamed this glitch […]Continue Reading
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Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM1, Chief Executive Officer of embattled gold dealership, Menzgold Ghana Limited has hinted that he will be speaking to the press on Monday 19th of August, 2019. I will address the press on the 19th August,19, regarding the state of affairs of our companies, with final practical resolutions to […]Continue Reading
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The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has called for the interdiction of the management to the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA). According to ACEP boss, Benjamin Boakye, the management of MiDA- the implementing agency for Ghana’s Power Compact failed to choose a credible company to raise funds for the management of electricity in the country. […]Continue Reading
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The Ashanti Regional Security Council is collaborating with police in the investigation of an alleged serial killing of women in some parts of Kumasi between the months of March and July, 2019.  There have been at least five women found dead, two of which were found on the same day with signs of sexual assault. […]Continue Reading
Opinion
Growing up in Tema, one of the things that interested me about the city was the beautiful beaches that stretched from Community One through to Nungua. This was because, anytime I travelled along the Beach Road, I got the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery that was characterized by well-groomed coconut trees, clean sea water […]Continue Reading
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Health facilities are established to save lives. No health facility habours the primary intent of ruining people’s lives or seeing people off to the after world. Health administrators, doctors, nurses, health assistants and other health workers in the country in principle are mandated to ensure that they give their best to ensure that human the […]Continue Reading
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It is highly exasperating and incomprehensible, witnessing prominent personalities and well-informed party surrogates and sympathizers on National TV rationalizing issues that are empirical in nature to the dismay of all viewers and listeners. As I elaborated in one of my write-ups somewhere else recently, formal education and its relevance to the enhancement of life is Continue Reading
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The handling of the AMERI novation agreement was a victory for Ghana’s Parliament and democracy, social commentator, Sydney Casely-Hayford has said. Though the Minority in Parliament is calling for more blood over the failed attempt at amending the deal, following the sacking of Boakye Agyarko as Energy Minister, Mr. Casely-Hayford expressed satisfaction that due process Continue Reading