GHS begins 1 district-1 vehicle policy

GHS begins 1 district-1 vehicle policy

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has received 26 Nissan pick-up trucks from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for onward distribution to various districts.GHS took delivery of the vehicles on 4 January 2018 to support healthcare delivery in the three

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Zambia seizes ‘erection-causing’ energy drink

Zambia seizes ‘erection-causing’ energy drink

Authorities in Zambia have ordered a local manufacturer to stop the production and distribution of an energy drink that reportedly caused a prolonged erection in a man. The move comes after the Uganda National Drug Authority (NDA) said in a

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Ghanaian passport ranked 77th strongest globally

Ghanaian passport ranked 77th strongest globally

The Ghanaian passport has been ranked 77th strongest in a world ranking of passports which was dominated by Asian countries. According to the ranking named the Henley Passport Index, holders of Ghanaian passports have visa-free access to 63 destinations. The

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Robber dies from police warning shot

Robber dies from police warning shot

A suspected robber last Sunday lost his life when he was hit by a warning shot fired by a police patrol team after he allegedly snatched a mobile phone from a student who was returning home from a party at

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Teacher bailed after allegedly damaging student’s eye

Teacher bailed after allegedly damaging student’s eye

THE teacher at Shia Senior High Technical School, in the Ho municipality, Mavis Gakpetor, who allegedly assaulted a student on the campus and left her blind in one eye has been granted police enquiry bail. The rod she reportedly used to

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Photos: Watermelon seller beats man for setting fire to grass

Photos: Watermelon seller beats man for setting fire to grass

A 40-year-old amputee was last Sunday beaten by a watermelon seller for setting fire on the grass and trees planted at the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange for beautification purposes. The fight which lasted for about three minutes attracted some passers-by who attempted and failed

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Don’t dare intimidate NDC members – NDC Hawks warns NPP’s Delta, Invisible Forces

Don’t dare intimidate NDC members – NDC Hawks warns NPP’s Delta, Invisible Forces

Members of pro National Democratic Congress (NDC) vigilante group “The Hawks” have vowed to resist any attempt from members of ruling NPP vigilante groups Delta Force and Invisible Force to intimidate NDC party members in the coming 2020 general elections.

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Kumasi Menzgold customers burn Akufo-Addo, Ken Ofori-Atta pictures

Kumasi Menzgold customers burn Akufo-Addo, Ken Ofori-Atta pictures

Aggrieved customers of gold trading hub gone bust, Menzgold have taken to the street in protest that has seen them burn down images of the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his cousin finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, MyNewsGh.com has filed.

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Yesterday In Sports History: Togo footballers shot in ambush

Yesterday In Sports History: Togo footballers shot in ambush

On this day 8 January 2010 (Exactly 9 years ago) The Togo national football team bus was attacked by gunmen as it traveled through the Angolan province of Cabinda for the Africa Cup of Nations. The bus came under machine

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Three doctors surcharged for taking ¢109,705 unearned salaries

Three doctors surcharged for taking ¢109,705 unearned salaries

The Auditor-General has descended heavily on some three doctors said to have received salaries as at 2013 for no work done. The three, who previously worked for some public health institutions had moved on, but still had their names on

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