Archive: Thu Jan 2019

84 million Nigerians registered to vote in 2019 polls – INEC

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The elections body in Nigeria, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC; has disclosed that over 84 millions persons have registered to vote in upcoming polls. Officially Nigerians amounting to 84,004,084. ( Eighty Four Million, Four Thousand, and Eighty Four) have been … Read more →

Investigating Jammeh’s reign of terror: Gambia commission kicks off

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The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) in Gambia started hearing testimonies from witnesses on Monday, as it set about investigating rights violations committed by the regime of Yahya Jammeh. Modelled on South Africa’s investigation into its apartheid era, the … Read more →

Mourinho was the problem at Manchester United – Pogba’s brother

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Jose Mourinho was the problem at Manchester United as he wanted to be the centre of attention, according to Paul Pogba’s brother, Mathias. Mourinho was sacked by United in December, amid reports of dressing-room unrest having fallen out with star … Read more →

NGO Educates Kayayei

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Some head porters popularly known as ‘Kayayei’ at the Mallam Atta Market in Accra on Sunday, December 6, 2018, benefitted from a hand-washing sensitisation campaign organised by Mandogue Foundation – a non-governmental organisation (NGO). The activity, which was under the … Read more →

Encroachers disrupt Accra-Tema rail service

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The planned reintroduction of passenger rail services between Accra and Tema and Accra and Nsawam today, January 8, 2019, has been put on hold. This is because of the persistent activities of encroachers and illegal occupants within the railway reservation. … Read more →

Ghana resumes export of maize, other foodstuffs

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Ghana has resumed the export of maize to Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo. This comes at the heels of similar feat in the area of plantain, with reports that several tonnes of the foodstuffs were being exported to countries … Read more →

Dr. Paul Acquah Chairs Ghana’s Fiscal Council

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has appointed former Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Paul Acquah, as Chairman of the newly established Fiscal Council. The country’s leader, by Executive Instrument, the Fiscal Council and Financial Stability Council was established … Read more →

Hanna Bisiw fears medical drones

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The National Women’s Organizer for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Dr. Hanna Bisiw, has defended her call for Ghanaian men to reject plans for the delivery of blood and other medical supplies via drones. Dr. Bisiw, speaking at a … Read more →

Scramble For New Regional Capitals Begins

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An intense ‘fight’ appears to be ensuing in the newly created regions over the siting of the regional capitals following the just-ended referenda which many have described as ‘successful.’ Currently, residents of the Western North carved out of the Western … Read more →

MPs shouldn’t be ministers – GIMPA Rector

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The Rector of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has advocated that contrary to the current provision in the Constitution, Members of Parliament (MPs) should not be appointed ministers. Prof. Philip Ebow Bondzi-Simpson, speaking at the maiden Constitution … Read more →

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