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Fake lawyer busted

A 34-year-old man who posed as a lawyer has been busted, a disclaimer letter by the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) signed by J. L. Lawson, an Executive Secretary, has stated. Isaac Paa Kwesi Anan Eshun until his ‘lawyer activities’ were uncovered had succeeded in walking in high corridors, pretending to be a lawyer for many […]Read More

Minister inaugurates election taskforce

The Northern Regional Minister, Salifu Saeed, has inaugurated the Regional Election Security Taskforce in Tamale ahead of the District Level Elections and Referendum in December 2019. The aim of the Election Security Taskforce is to ensure the successful conduct of the elections before, during and after the elections in December 2019. The Deputy Northern Regional […]Read More

September down: 20 perish in U/East Region

At least 20 people have died in floods across the Upper East Region in the last month due to heavy rainfall, the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) has said. Joy News’ Upper East region correspondent, Albert Sore reported that over 200 houses have also collapsed, leaving hundreds of people homeless and seeking refuge with their […]Read More

Over 3,000 nurses get posting

The management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released postings of 3,016 nurses for the 2019/2020 service year to various health facilities in all sixteen regions across the country. In a statement released and signed by the Executive Director of NSS Mr Mustapha Ussif, all eligible nurses who registered for the national service are […]Read More

Floods cut off communities in Elmina

The Surowi River has overflowed its banks following torrential rains, cutting off the Atonkwa and Abeena communities, near Elmina in the Central Region. Yesterday, vehicles could not move to the two communities, as the floodwaters spilled over onto the main road. Schoolchildren from other villages who attend school in the two towns and their teachers […]Read More

Adwoa Safo launches foundation; promises to build nursing homes for aged women

Ghana’s first female deputy Majority Leader, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has launched a foundation that aims at empowering the vulnerable in the society, especially, women and children living with disability to realize their dreams. Dubbed ‘Adwoa Safo Foundation’, the initiative strives to reduce inequality in the society as being by championed by the United Nations with […]Read More