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Hon Riches Oscar Celebrate’s All farmers

PRESS RELEASE 7TH DECEMBER,2018 HAPPY FARMERS’ DAY TO ALL FARMERS – HON RICHES OSCAR Today, December 7th, 2018 marks a special and memorable day in the lives of our hardworking , tireless productive farmers as they celebrate their special day. Farmers are indeed worth celebrating for your indellible contributions towards the development of Ashanti Region and our great country at ...

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We can’t have ‘broke’ people leading a ‘penniless’ party into 2020 – Allotey Jacobs

It’s already terrible as it is, having the party penniless, months after its kick out from government, they cannot afford to worsen it any further by picking leaders who are financially unstable and incapable of putting the party back on its feet as far as finance is concerned, Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Bernard Allotey Jacobs has ...

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Whatever you do, you can’t win with Mahama in 2020’ – Bagbin to NDC executives

Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin has painted a bleak picture of the National Democratic Congress’ chances in the 2020 general elections if former President Mahama is chosen as a presidential candidate. Speaking to Ago FM, the Nadowli Kaleo lawmaker who is also a flagbearer hopeful of the NDC said the party cannot win the 2020 general elections with ...

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Assistant Head of Kumasi SHS sues headmaster and GES over sodomy accusations

Embattled Assistant Headmaster of the Kumasi High School who is under investigation for alleged claims of sodomy in the school, has sued the Ghana Education Service, GES, and the Headmaster of the School, Bernard Hall Baidoo The applicant, George Amponsah-Duodu through his lawyers said the authorities failed to give him a fair hearing during the investigation process, making his suspension ...

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Exposed!! Gov’t Printing NDC T-Shirts For Demo Against Galamsey Ban Lift

Information reaching the Ghaniandemocrat.com from an undisclosed source has it that some top government officials are currently planning to use National Democratic Congress (NDC) printed T-shirts to embark on a massive demonstration to register a false displeasure over the ban lifting on illegal mining also known as galamsey. According to the source, the motive behind the act and the subsequent ...

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Kweku Baako challenges Rawlings to book writing contest

Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper Abdul Malik Kweku Baako is challenging former President Jerry John Rawlings to a book writing contest. He wants the ex-flight lieutenant who became head of state through a coup d’état to follow his wife’s footprint to write a book on his political career. “Mr Rawlings hasn’t written and so he should write ...

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SSNIT deletes over 6000 ‘ghosts’ from payroll

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust, SSNIT has deleted names of 6,452 ‘ghost’ pensioners from its payroll, saving the entity more than GH¢20 million from February to September 2018. “The pension payroll has been trimmed by about GH¢2.7 million per month, and this benefit accrues monthly to the Trust,” the Director-General of the SSNIT, Dr John Ofori-Tenkorang, disclosed at ...

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Bole SHS Bursar beaten to death by SOLDIER for ‘flirting’ with his girlfriend

The Bursar of Bole Senior High School in the Bole District of the Northern Region, Alexis Kaguah has been beaten to death by an angry soldier on suspicion he was flirting with his girlfriend, MyNewsGh.com can report. According to MyNewsGh.com checks, the incident occurred at Fou, near SSNIT flats a suburb of the Tamale Metropolis in the Northern Region. The ...

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Akufo-Addo killing Rural Banks with 25% corporate tax and it’s sad- ODOTOBRI

Board Chairman of the Odotobri Rural Bank Mr. Asamoah Boateng has stated that 25 percent corporate tax slapped on their business is affecting the growth of rural banks in the country. Rural Banks across the country are currently being charged a tax rate of 25 percent from the initial 8 percent. This is on the back of government’s claim to ...

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Make HIV testing COMPULSORY for Presidential, Parliamentary aspirants – BAGBIN tells Parliament

National Democratic Congress Flagbearer hopeful and Member of Parliament for Nadowli Kaleo, Mr Alban S.K. Bagbin has suggested to Parliament to consider making HIV testing a compulsory requirement for those aspiring to be MPs or Presidents, MyNewsGh.com has filed. The NDC lawmaker who has been known lately for kicking against a huge filing fee by his party made these remarks ...

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