Stop “insensitive” SIC Life deductions or we strike – NAGRAT to GES

Stop “insensitive” SIC Life deductions or we strike – NAGRAT to GES

The leadership of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has described as “appalling, heavy-handed and insensitive” the compulsory deductions of GHS10 from the salaries of teachers by the Ghana Education Service as insurance premium.NAGRAT, on Wednesday, 31 July 2019

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Akufo-Addo declares Monday, August 5, public holiday

Akufo-Addo declares Monday, August 5, public holiday

The Founders’ Day was instituted by President Akufo-Addo, by Executive Instrument to commemorate the contributions to the liberation of Ghana from imperialism and colonialism.     President Akufo-Addo, has declared Monday, August 5, a public holiday. A statement signed by

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K.T Hammond calls for arrests, prosecutions in fraudulent PDS deal

K.T Hammond calls for arrests, prosecutions in fraudulent PDS deal

New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP for Adansi-Asokwa, Kobina Tahir Hammond, has called for the prosecution of all those involved in the concession agreement with the Power Distribution Services (PDS), if it is proved that there was a fraud. This follows

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Takoradi kidnapping: Accused persons’ Facebook chats reveal coded language on kidnapping

Takoradi kidnapping: Accused persons’ Facebook chats reveal coded language on kidnapping

The Chief State Attorney in the case of the three Takoradi missing girls, Patience Klinogo, has told the Sekondi High Court that the two Nigerians standing trial for the crime, Sam Udoetuk Wills and John Oji, used coded language on

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Klefe Yam festival to focus on peace for development

Klefe Yam festival to focus on peace for development

This year’s yam festival of the chiefs and people of Klefe in Ho Municipality is to focus on peace as a prerequisite for development. The festival, which is dubbed, “Peace, a condition necessary for development” will be launched with a

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Why gov’t was forced to sign ‘fraudulent’ PDS agreement

Why gov’t was forced to sign ‘fraudulent’ PDS agreement

The government of Ghana signed the-now-suspended concession agreement with the Power Distribution Services (PDS) in a hurry to meet its contractual demands. Explaining why the government did not wait to see PDS’ securities before handing over power distribution in Ghana to the company,

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Farmer, 35, allegedly shot to death

Farmer, 35, allegedly shot to death

A farming settlement, Kum village, near Nkwabeng in the Nkoranza South Municipality was thrown into a state of mourning when residents woke up to discover the lifeless body of a popular farmer in a pool of blood in front of

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