Akufo-Addo appoints Annim as new Govt Statistician

Akufo-Addo appoints Annim as new Govt Statistician

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has, on the recommendation of the Public Services Commission, appointed Professor Samuel Kobinna Annim, an Associate Professor, as the substantive Government Statistician. Prof Annim started work on the 1st of March 2019, a statement signed

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We’ll shoot to kill power saboteurs – GRIDCo

We’ll shoot to kill power saboteurs – GRIDCo

Head of security at Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) Major Lawrence Appiah (rtd) has warned that persons sabotaging power supply in the country risks being shot dead. He says soldiers, officials of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) and the

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WASSCE: 364,098 to write 2019 exams for school candidates which begins April 15

WASSCE: 364,098 to write 2019 exams for school candidates which begins April 15

A total of 346,098 candidates from 987 public and private senior high schools (SHSs) will write the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates. The candidates will write the examination at 707 centres throughout the country. They will

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NAM1 speaks after victory in court

NAM1 speaks after victory in court

He was hit with a barrage of criticism, curses hurled at him for allegedly operating a Ponzi scheme and absconding in his bid to escape trial. News of his arrest in Dubai spread like inferno, bringing some sort of relief

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Son gives Tottenham first-leg victory over Man City

Son gives Tottenham first-leg victory over Man City

Son Heung-min’s late goal gave Tottenham a crucial and well-deserved advantage over Manchester City in a thunderous Champions League quarter-final first leg. Spurs survived the concession of an early penalty as keeper Hugo Lloris saved from Sergio Aguero, awarded on

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Nsawam Hospital: MP donates ¢50,000 for new maternity block construction

Nsawam Hospital: MP donates ¢50,000 for new maternity block construction

The Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Frank Annoh-Dompreh, has presented a ¢50,000 cheque to management of the Nsawam Government Hospital for the construction of a new maternity block. This comes after a Joy News story exposing the dire conditions mothers

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PDS announces more power outages to begin April 11

PDS announces more power outages to begin April 11

By order of the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), the Power Distribution Services (PDS) Ghana Ltd. will cut off power in parts of the country. The request was ordered to enable GRIDcCo to construct a 330kV overhead line between Kumasi and

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Rawlings declines UDS renaming offer

Rawlings declines UDS renaming offer

The government faces fresh opposition to its intent on introducing a game-changing bill to Parliament concerning public universities in the country. The latest has to do with the renaming of four public universities. Former President, Jerry John Rawlings has declined

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Gov’t did not sponsor Charles Bissue to U.K Town Hall Meeting

Gov’t did not sponsor Charles Bissue to U.K Town Hall Meeting

A Deputy Attorney General has said embattled presidential staffer fingered in galamsey bribery saga by Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was not sponsored by government for the UK Town Hall Meeting. Godfried Yeboah Dame said Charles Bissue was in the UK and

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NGO Donates Borehole Project to Ahiagbakope

NGO Donates Borehole Project to Ahiagbakope

Engage Now Africa (ENA), a non-governmental organisation which aims to heal, rescue and uplift individuals from poverty in collaboration with Baptist Church has handed over a Ghc15,000 borehole project to residents of Ahiagbakope in the Ketu North District of the

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