Archive: Fri Jan 2017

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EC verifies one million voters in 3 days

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The Electoral Commission has verified over one million registered voters by the biometric verification devices (BVDs) from all exhibition centres across the country in three days. A statement signed and issued in Accra by Mr Eric Kofi Dzakpasu, Head of … Read more →

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5 ways to keep a guy in love

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If you are in a relationship with a guy who means the world to you, you probably want to make sure that he stays in love with you — for good. Relationships worth having call for a lot of hard … Read more →

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Dumsor collapsing Churches…Pastors frustrated

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Ghanaian pastors have added their voices to the worsening continuous electricity crisis in the country, saying it is burdening them with additional administrative cost to run the churches. “There are many churches at the verge of collapse and the revenue … Read more →

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PHOTOS: Joselyn Dumas, Jackie Appiah, others meet Prez. Mahama and family

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Some persons from Ghana’s Creative Arts Community have called on President Mahama to commiserate with him on the passing of his mother. They were led to the President by the Minister of Tourism, Hon. Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare.

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Considering NPP’s 8yrs to Mahama 4yrs, Mahama deserve 2nd term – Mzbel

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Sultry songstress, Mzbel, who was reported to have joined a celebrity campaign group called Celebrities for Mahama, has finally come out to properly endorse John Mahama – insists that, “John Dramani Mahama deserves a second term.” Speaking to ghanapoliticsonline.com, she … Read more →

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Trainee nurses reject gov’t’s GHc 150 allowance

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The Ghana Nurses and Midwives Trainees Association has rejected government’s offer to pay them GHc 150 monthly as allowances. According to them, the amount is woefully inadequate per the memorandum of understanding they signed with the Ministry of Health in … Read more →

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Gov’t restores ‘scrapped’ nursing trainee allowances

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A technical committee set up by the President to review allowances for nursing trainees has recommended payment of an abated allowance with a possibility to migrate them unto the Students Loan Scheme. This was contained in a statement signed by … Read more →

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Gov’t releases GHc400m for Schools feeding arrears

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The government has released about GH400 million to clear outstanding arrears owed suppliers and caterers under the School Feeding Programme. The amount covered the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 academic year. The Public Relations Officer of the programme, Siiba Alfa who disclosed … Read more →

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Gov’t owes 500 SHSs Gh¢150,000 each

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President of Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), Mrs Cecilia Kwakye Coffie has bemoaned the huge debts which have engulfed the activities of Secondary Schools in Ghana due to the current administration’s failure to fulfil its financial obligation. … Read more →

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Parliament rejects Nov 7 date change

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Parliament has rejected amendments to change the election date to November after it failed to amass 183 votes needed to effect the historic change. After a secret ballot, the Speaker said Parliament was unable to obtain the 184 needed to … Read more →

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