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Working Committee for Otumfuo Lottery Game Presents Report to Asantehene

  Working Committee for Otumfuo Lottery Game Presents Report to Asantehene A working Committee made up of representatives of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) led by Hon. Kofi Osei-Ameyaw, representatives of State Enterprise Commission (SEC) led by Hon. Stephen Asamoah Boateng and representatives of the Asante Monarchy led by Nana Akwasi Prempeh on Friday, 31st May, 2019 presented a Report ...

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W/R: Five die after house collapsed on them during downpour

    Five persons from the same family have been killed after a house collapsed on them as a result of torrential rainfall on Friday night at Ngyerisia, near Sekondi in the Western Region. Confirming the incident to Citi News, the Sekondi-Takoradi Metro Director of NADMO, James Obeng said it happened between 8 and 9 pm after the house they ...

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Go for your dead bodies – Health Ministry to bereaved families

The Ministry of Health has assured bereaved families that they can still go for dead bodies of their loved ones from mortuaries of public health facilities. “We have made an alternative arrangement for families to go for their bodies and we have also done follow-ups to ensure that it is successful. The information we received from the facilities indicate that ...

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Kumasi: School Feeding Caterer sacked for serving poor foods at Ohwimase.

    The School Feeding Caterer for the Ohwimase Anglican Basic School in the Kwadaso Municipal Assembly of the Ashanti Region, known only as Hajia, has been sacked for preparing sub standard foods to the children. Her relief of post came in the mist of the school children’s protest and dumping of their Wednesday’s lunch into dustbins for poor quality ...

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NADMO to disburse GH¢1.05 million to victims

The aftermath of the June 3, 2015, flood and fire disaster at the Circle Goil filling station     The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) will disburse $200,000 (GH¢1.05 million) to 96 victims and bereaved families of the June 3 disaster, who have not received any benefit from the government. The Minister of the Interior, Mr Ambrose Dery, set up ...

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Parliament to decide on regulation of churches

Parliament will within the next month, investigate, and prescribe regulations on church activities in Ghana. This follows a directive from the Speaker, Rev Prof Aaron Michael Oquaye, to the joint committees of Youth, Sports and Culture and the Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, after the House on Wednesday discussed the proliferation of churches at the expense of human rights and ...

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Don’t let cowardly thieves harass you on campus – Rawlings to UG students«

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has admonished students of the University of Ghana to use their youthful exuberance to tackle and find ways to curb the influx of robbery incidents on campus. According to him, students must not let thieves harass them on campus since they can solve and deal with the situation permanently without expecting help from the police ...

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Footbridges turned into markets

Some footbridges and overpasses in Accra have been turned into marketplaces, making it difficult for pedestrians to have their right of way. Oblivious to the dangers inherent in their actions, the traders, including car dealers, display their wares and vehicles on the footbridges and under the overpasses to attract clients. That practice by the traders compels pedestrians to walk on ...

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Government to unveil Major Mahama’s statue in Accra today

The Defence Ministry, the Military High Command and other security agencies will today [Wednesday] witness the unveiling of a monument in honour of the late Major Maxwell Mahama. The ceremony is to mark two years since the soldier was gruesomely murdered at Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region. Major Mahama, who was the commander of the Military detachment stationed at ...

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NABCo recruits to demonstrate on May 31 over non-payment of allowances

Some recruits on the Nation Builders’ Corps (NABCo) program have served notice of embarking on a demonstration on Friday, May 31, 2019. The demonstration is to impress upon the government to pay all allowances due them that are in arrears. The group of recruits, known as the Coalition of NABCo Trainees in a release said they are being treated unfairly ...

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