Minority angry over one district, one factory no show

Minority angry over one district, one factory no show

The Minority in Parliament appears to have run out of patience with the government over the yet to be fulfilled one district, one factory campaign promise. In more than a year after winning power, the minority says there is not

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I prefer shoot-to-kill policy in galamsey fight- Deputy Speaker

I prefer shoot-to-kill policy in galamsey fight- Deputy Speaker

The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament is pushing for the security agencies to be given the power to shoot those involved in illegal mining popularly called ‘galamsey’. Joseph Osei Owusu says this is the only way to deter criminals from

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FDA’s silence over ‘banku deaths’ in Volta Region unacceptable – Alabi

FDA’s silence over ‘banku deaths’ in Volta Region unacceptable – Alabi

  The President of Consumer Advocacy Centre (CAC) has described as unacceptable, the delay by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in making public the results of tests conducted on “poisonous corn flour” from Akakpokope in the Volta Region. Prof Goski Alabi is

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BOST MD sues Duncan Amoah over ‘death threat’ claims

BOST MD sues Duncan Amoah over ‘death threat’ claims

The suit, which is expected to be moved on 23rd March in the High Court said: “ The plaintiff/applicant herein praying this honourable court for an order of injunction restraining the defendant/ respondent herein, his agents, assigns, workmen, and all

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Do consider returning mission schools to churches, government urged

Do consider returning mission schools to churches, government urged

Very Reverend Samuel Kwaku Opoku, the Superintendent Minister of the Ebenezer Methodist Church, Bantama, has called on the government to return mission schools to the churches to help improve the upbringing of the children. He said at the time when

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Pay dismissed staff with interest – Court orders YEA

Pay dismissed staff with interest – Court orders YEA

An Accra High court has ordered the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), to compensate some ten (10) workers it laid off unfairly. The court ruled that the plaintiffs were unfairly dismissed, and charged the agency to pay their salary arrears with

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Ghanaian business leaders invited to Commonwealth Business Forum

Ghanaian business leaders invited to Commonwealth Business Forum

Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), Lord Marland of Odstock, has extended a personal invitation to leaders of industry and business in Ghana to attend the Commonwealth Business Forum (CBF). The CBF is organized biennially by the CWEIC

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Heavy rains destroy houses in Kpando

Heavy rains destroy houses in Kpando

Over 250 residents have been rendered homeless following a rainstorm that hit Kpando and surrounding communities in the Volta region on Sunday. The downpour which lasted for close to three hours, left one person injured and caused destruction to property

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Wee sale booms in Begoro as youth engage in wee smoking

Wee sale booms in Begoro as youth engage in wee smoking

Begoro, a farming community in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region, is now becoming an end-user and peddler hub for illicit drugs trade. Findings revealed that Begoro has been seriously plagued by all manner of social-vices, which include minors

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McDan 2018 Entrepreneurship challenge; 600 applicants shortlisted

McDan 2018 Entrepreneurship challenge; 600 applicants shortlisted

Some 600 applicants have been shortlisted countrywide for the semi-finals of the maiden edition of the McDan 2018 Entrepreneurship challenge. The successful applicants were screened from the total of 5,556 who initially applied. The 13 week TV reality show will offer

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