Fisheries Minister installed queen mother at Dzelukope

Fisheries Minister installed queen mother at Dzelukope

Hundreds of residents in Keta, Dzelukope, and its environs abandoned picnic and other Easter events that characterized with the Easter festivities to witness the installation of Minister for fisheries, Elizabeth Afoley Quaye as Mama Dunenyo of Dzelukope in the Keta

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Poverty drives some Kenyans to rent out their wives

Poverty drives some Kenyans to rent out their wives

It’s a cloudy Sunday morning in Kenya’s Kwale county and Sande Ramadan just woke up to get ready for another weekend of work. Wearing a green vest and khaki shorts, he washes his face and proceeds to the living room

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Akufo-Addo to break silence on Ghana-US military agreement

Akufo-Addo to break silence on Ghana-US military agreement

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is expected to break his silence on the controversial Ghana-US defence cooperation agreement that has left the nation deeply divided. Information reaching Myjoyonline.com indicates the president will hold a live TV and radio broadcast on

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New Senchi: ‘Doctor’ who administered deadly injections operated illegally

New Senchi: ‘Doctor’ who administered deadly injections operated illegally

Joy News has learnt that the man whose injections led to the death of four persons at the New Senchi Health Centre, was operating a private clinic at the facility. The victims had gone to the facility for skin infections

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Woman paralysed after destruction of her cocoa farm

Woman paralysed after destruction of her cocoa farm

A 72-year-old cocoa farmer at Akim Breman in the Eastern Region has been left paralysed after her cocoa farm was destroyed to make way for commercial rubber plantations. Comfort Ofei had returned to her cocoa farm like she does every

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50 Metro Mass workers sent home

50 Metro Mass workers sent home

About 50 workers of the Metro Mass Transit Limited were sent home for reporting to work late on Tuesday 3 April 2018. Business activities begin as early as 8:00am at the Accra office and the workers are supposed to be

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Taxis turned ambulances at Tain District Hospital

Taxis turned ambulances at Tain District Hospital

Taxis have become ‘alternative ambulances’ for referrals of critically ill patients at the Tain Government Hospital in the Brong Ahafo region due to lack of an ambulance. The only ambulance of the hospital, Starr News gathered, had been out of

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WASSCE: Don’t sack pregnant, fee-owing candidates – WAEC

WASSCE: Don’t sack pregnant, fee-owing candidates – WAEC

The head of the West Africa Examinations Council, Rev. Sam Nii Nmai Ollennu has emphasised there shall be no discrimination in this year’s West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and that every student, irrespective of being pregnant or

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The Ghana-US Security cooperation agreement – Have we sold our sovereignty?

The Ghana-US Security cooperation agreement – Have we sold our sovereignty?

Last week’s parliamentary debate and approval of the bilateral security cooperation agreement between Ghana and the United States has provoked a very robust public response, as it should be in a democratic country like ours. Ghanaians who believe that the

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Tramadol abuse is ‘silent Ebola, Lassa fever’; doctor warns

Tramadol abuse is ‘silent Ebola, Lassa fever’; doctor warns

A mental health expert has called for urgent action to discontinue the increasing abuse of strong pain reliever, Tramadol, which has become very popular among the public, particularly the youth. Dr Yao Mfodwo, a Consultant Psychiatrist at The Brain Clinic

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