Eid-ul-Adha: Gov’t declares Monday, August 12, public holiday

Eid-ul-Adha: Gov’t declares Monday, August 12, public holiday

Government has declared Monday, August 12, a public holiday.  This is in respect of Muslims celebration of the festival of sacrifice (‘Eid-ul-Adha’) which falls on Sunday, August 11 worldwide. A statement signed by the Interior Minister Thursday said in view of

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Limited Registration: 24,000 people did multiple registration – EC

Limited Registration: 24,000 people did multiple registration – EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) has said it is currently investigating over 24,000 cases of multiple registration in the just-ended limited registration exercise. The process which commenced on June 17 and ended on July 7, was to register Ghanaians who have

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Man punished to weed for defecating in classroom

Man punished to weed for defecating in classroom

A 30-year-old man has been forced to weed for allegedly defecating in Sewfi Nyetina D/A Primary School in Bibiani Ahwiaso Bekwai in the Western North region. Koo Emma as he is popularly called is to weed the school compound and

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My office has no jurisdiction to probe PDS case – Martin Amidu

My office has no jurisdiction to probe PDS case – Martin Amidu

The special prosecutor Martin Amidu has said his office does not have the mandate to investigate financial and economic crimes. The Good Governance Advocacy Group Ghana (GGAGG) has served notice it will petition the Office of the Special Prosecutor to

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GHC25.5m cash missing after sale of 1,719 cars – Report

GHC25.5m cash missing after sale of 1,719 cars – Report

An amount of GHC25.5 million remains unfound after the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) failed to account for the sale of some 1,719 vehicles. This was contained in a 2018 report by the office of the Auditor-General, in which he disclosed

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Amnesty International cautions travelers to US over ‘gun violence’

Amnesty International cautions travelers to US over ‘gun violence’

Amnesty International has cautioned persons intending to travel to the United States of America to exercise caution and have an emergency contingency plan when travelling throughout the USA. The group said persons planning to travel to the US must be:

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28-year-old dies in fire outbreak at Dokutsekope

28-year-old dies in fire outbreak at Dokutsekope

A 28-year-old individual has met his untimely death after he was consumed in a raging fire at Dokutsekope a suburb of Kasoa in the Awutu Senya East Municipality in the Central Region. According to an eyewitness, 28-year-old Emmanuel, popularly known

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There is no democracy in the world that supports lazy MPs to retain seats – Political scientist

There is no democracy in the world that supports lazy MPs to retain seats – Political scientist

A political scientist Mr. Isaac Owusu has suggested there is no democracy in the world that supports lazy MPs to retain their seats. He made the remarks sin an interview on the back of a decision by parliament to support

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‘Accept exclusive breastfeeding to improve children’s health’

‘Accept exclusive breastfeeding to improve children’s health’

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines breastfeeding as “the normal way of providing young infants with the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development.” The international body recommends that colostrum, that is the yellowish sticky breast milk produced immediately

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‘It was as if God had travelled’ – 1000 days of captivity relived on Joy FM

‘It was as if God had travelled’ – 1000 days of captivity relived on Joy FM

“It was disheartening, I become sick, it was a very painful experience, I called for God but it was like he had travelled far away. “I picked the knife to stab myself then I heard a voice that said …..” Jewel Ahiable

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