Charcoal merchandry and the girl child in Krachi

Charcoal merchandry and the girl child in Krachi

Charcoal burning has become a major economic activity in the Krachi East and West Districts of the Volta Region. It is considered a good alternative for the very poor in rural areas of Borae, Bombomdi and Chinchini. The increasing demand

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Asogli Te-Za to rival Calabar Carnival

Asogli Te-Za to rival Calabar Carnival

The Planning Committee of this year’s Asogli Te-Za has hinted of plans of making the celebration the biggest, rivalling the Calabar Carnival in Nigeria. The 2018 Te-Za, formerly the Asogli Yam Festival also marks the 15th anniversary of the enstoolment

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Crises loom at KATH Orthopedic Department as important tool breaks down

Crises loom at KATH Orthopedic Department as important tool breaks down

  A broken down Battery Drill at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi has been posing enormous challenges to orthopedic surgeons at the hospital’s theatre for months, Adom News has learnt. Battery Drill is important equipment used in

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Bloody free-for-all fight as soldiers descend on police officers in Tamale

Bloody free-for-all fight as soldiers descend on police officers in Tamale

  Soldiers have descended on police officers in the Northern regional capital Tamale after one of their own was allegedly beaten. The soldiers allegedly attacked any police officer found in the dark blue uniform in what appeared to be a free-for-all-fight

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Ex-Zambian leader’s son jailed for stealing phone

Ex-Zambian leader’s son jailed for stealing phone

A court in Zambia has sentenced the son of former President Frederick Chiluba to eight months imprisonment with hard labour for stealing a mobile phone. Frederick Chiluba Jr was convicted of stealing a Samsung S7 edge, valued at $843 (£626),

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How over 44 Ghanaians were massacred in The Gambia – Lone survivor narrates

How over 44 Ghanaians were massacred in The Gambia – Lone survivor narrates

Memories of the gruesome murder of some 44 Ghanaians in The Gambia are still fresh on the mind of Martin Kyere, the lone survivor who narrowly escaped with his life amidst the sporadic guns fired at him as he took

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Disarm your armies – Peace Council tells chiefs after Alavanyo killing

Disarm your armies – Peace Council tells chiefs after Alavanyo killing

The Volta Regional Secretariat of the National Peace Council has condemned the shooting of two persons at Alavanyo in the Hohoe Municipality of the Volta Region on Monday. An unknown assailant shot and killed a woman and injured another in

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High Courts to be equipped with solar power

High Courts to be equipped with solar power

The Judiciary is embarking on a project to install solar plants in all the High Court premises in the country, Ms. Sophia Abenaa Boafoa Akuffo, the Chief Justice has announced. Interacting with the members of the Judicial Service Staff Association

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I will obey ‘temperamental’ Amidu – Cynthia Lamptey

I will obey ‘temperamental’ Amidu – Cynthia Lamptey

The deputy Special Prosecutor-nominee Cynthia Naa Koshie Lamptey has said she is prepared to undertake all roles assigned to her by her boss Martin Amidu in order to ensure the success of the office if she is approved by Parliament.

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Use charcoal; not palm oil to expel poison – EPA

Use charcoal; not palm oil to expel poison – EPA

Dr Sam Adu-Kumi, the Registrar of Pesticides at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has cautioned the public to desist from drinking palm oil to expel poisonous substances that they accidentally ingest. He said drinking palm oil rather exacerbated the situation

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