Fawoman Dida pupils appeal for ‘death trap’ school blocks to be fixed

Fawoman Dida pupils appeal for ‘death trap’ school blocks to be fixed

      Pupils of Fawoman Dida Primary School in the Sekyere Central District of the Ashanti region want authorities to help construct a new classroom block for them, because part of their school building have collapsed and other portions

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Four dead in Volta Lake accident

Four dead in Volta Lake accident

Four persons are dead while six were rescued when a canoe carrying them from Senchi to Old Akrade in the Asuogyaman district of the Eastern region capsized on the Volta Lake on Saturday, 3 August 2019.The 10 travellers were members

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Social Studies teachers threaten to storm Jubilee House over scrapping of subject

Social Studies teachers threaten to storm Jubilee House over scrapping of subject

Some of the teachers who form the Association The National Social Studies Association (NaSSA) has threatened to hit the streets and the seat of government, the Jubilee House, if government fails to reverse its decision to scrap social studies from

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4-year-old boy reported missing found dead in lagoon

4-year-old boy reported missing found dead in lagoon

Neighbours trooped the crime scene as the Police arrived to remove the body of the boy from the lagoon. A four-year-old boy who was reported missing in the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis of the Western Region has been found dead 24 hours

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Minority kicks against $11m binoculars loan

Minority kicks against $11m binoculars loan

A night vision binocular obtained from Google The Minority in Parliament have opposed an $11,040,425 million loan request for the purchase of Night Vision Binoculars and Monoculars for the Ghana Armed Forces. The amount is a down payment to the

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Volta GNAT to go on strike over “illegal deduction”

Volta GNAT to go on strike over “illegal deduction”

The Volta Regional branch of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) would embark on an industrial action should the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the State Insurance Company (SIC) fail to stop the “illegal deduction” from members’ salary by

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Vakpo youth demand accountability from Paramount Chief, Traditional Council

Vakpo youth demand accountability from Paramount Chief, Traditional Council

Some youth and warrior groups of Vakpo in the North Dayi District of the Volta Region has protested against Togbega Gbogbolulu V, Paramount Chief of the area, and the traditional council asking them to render accounts of communal property. The

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Ugandan activist gets nine months in jail for a poem about a vagina

Ugandan activist gets nine months in jail for a poem about a vagina

A Ugandan feminist and activist reacted with fury and defiance after being sentenced to nine more months in prison for publishing a metaphorical poem about the birth of President Yoweri Museveni and his mother’s vagina. Stella Nyanzi was found guilty

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Scores of women protest at Badu Kobi’s church over tribal remarks

Scores of women protest at Badu Kobi’s church over tribal remarks

Scores of women on Sunday, August 4 besieged the premises of the Glorious Way Church, founded by Prophet Badu Kobi to register their displeasure over remarks made by the prophet, which they deemed were derogatory and promotes ethnocentrism. Prophet Kobi

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Introduce smart phones for teaching in SHS – Prof. Koomson appeals to govt

Introduce smart phones for teaching in SHS – Prof. Koomson appeals to govt

The Principal of the Seventh-Day Adventist College of Education (SDACOE) at Asokore in the Eastern Region, Professor William Koomson, has suggested the use of smartphones for teaching and learning in senior high schools (SHSs). He has also proposed to the

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