Archive: Wed Oct 2018

Krofrom gas explosion: One dead, 11 injured

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One person has been confirmed dead with eleven others sustaining various degrees of injuries in the Krofrom gas explosion in the Ashanti region Tuesday morning. Three persons who are in critical condition are receiving treatment at the Komfo Anokye Teaching … Read more →

Ghanaian police officer wins UN female peacekeeping award

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The annual United Nations Female Police Officer of the Year Award, formerly known as the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award, was on Monday, November 19, 2018, presented to Ghanaian police officer from the United Nations Mission in Somalia {UNSOM}, Chief … Read more →

2019 will be a better year for Ghanaians – Ofori-Atta assures

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The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, believes the year 2019 will be a better year for the Ghanaian economy following the foundation laid by the government. He said in order to address the major hurdle of domestic revenue mobilization, about … Read more →

“You’re setting stage for deadly crisis” – Andani family rejects peace deal

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The family of the late Yaa Naa Yakubu Andani has angrily rejected the final decision by the Asantehene led Committee of Eminent Kings, mediating the Dagbon chieftaincy crisis, to allow the Abudu royal family to occupy the old Gbewaa Palace … Read more →

No more Diploma; Teacher trainees to graduate with degrees – NAPO

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The Government has announced that it would phase out diploma certificates in all 46 Colleges of Education across the country from this year. The move forms parts of reforms being undertaken by the education ministry to enhance the quality of … Read more →

Six killed in Metro Mass accident on Sunyani-Techiman road

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Six people died on Monday when a Sunyani-bound Metro Mass Transit (MMT) DAF bus collided head-on with a Daewoo Matiz taxi cab at the outskirts of Bonkwae on the Sunyani-Techiman Highway. According to the police, the accident occurred at about 3.00 … Read more →

Ghanaians Against Child Abuse (GACA) marks first anniversary, promoting alternatives to violence against children

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Millions of people have been reached with messages preventing abuse and promoting the well-being of children in the first year of the Ghanaians Against Child Abuse (GACA) social drive which was launched by Her Excellency the Second Lady of Ghana, Mrs Samira … Read more →

Transmission failures cause of recent ‘dumsor’ – ECG

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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has blamed the recent power outages being experienced in some parts of Accra on transmission failures. Some parts of the capital have been experiencing intermittent power outages over the last few weeks. On Tuesday, … Read more →

It’s sad government doesn’t realize how we help Ghana’s economy – Head of Prostitutes in Takoradi

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Popularly known as Grandma, the Head of Commercial Sex workers in Takoradi has said that she is sad government officials do not consider the positive impact of commercial sex workers in the country. According to Grandma who is in her … Read more →

KIA Terminal 2 operations not disrupted by fire – Management

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The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has disclosed that fire was detected and contained on November 19, 2018, at the server room located in Terminal 2 of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). According to a statement issued by the GACL, the … Read more →

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