Protect Ghanaians in Libya, Niger – Akufo-Addo to new Ambs.

Protect Ghanaians in Libya, Niger – Akufo-Addo to new Ambs.

Nana Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has charged two newly-appointed Ambassadors to the Republic of Niger and the State of Libya, to do everything within their power to protect Ghanaians in their respective countries of accreditation. The President made

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13 political parties back EC’s new register move

13 political parties back EC’s new register move

Voter’s register Thirteen political parties calling themselves the Coalition of Political Parties have backed the Electoral Commission’s (EC) decision to compile a new voter’s register. The parties include the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), National Democratic

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More minors being married off in Ashanti region

More minors being married off in Ashanti region

More girls, aged between 10 and 16 are falling victim to early and forced marriage in Zongo Communities in the Ashanti Region. Families continue to push female minors into such relationships every week, in contravention of the Children’s Act which

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Nifahemaa of Santrokofi Traditional Area pledges to empower women within her community

Nifahemaa of Santrokofi Traditional Area pledges to empower women within her community

The Nifahemaa of Santrokofi Traditional Area, Nana Ankobia Atipiko III, has pledged to economically empower women within her community during her reign. This, she believes will enable them support their families and contribute their quota towards the development of the

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If voters’ register is credible, why change it – Kwesi Pratt queries EC

If voters’ register is credible, why change it – Kwesi Pratt queries EC

The Electoral Commission’s decision to compile a new voters’ register for the 2020 polls, has shocked the editor-in-chief of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt. Mr Pratt wonders how two Commissioners who had said the current electoral roll was credible are

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White Volta under siege; sand winners cash in while farmers feel the pinch of Harmattan

White Volta under siege; sand winners cash in while farmers feel the pinch of Harmattan

A metre away from where I stand, one can see a beautiful plain stretch of land like playing ground for school children in the Sahara Desert. Just a few months ago, the picture was reminiscent of chalk and cheese.  Swimmers

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U.S. evidence suggests Iranian missile shot down Ukrainian plane by mistake

U.S. evidence suggests Iranian missile shot down Ukrainian plane by mistake

U.S. intelligence officials have evidence that suggests the Ukraine International Airlines jetliner that crashed in Iran on Wednesday, killing 176 people, was downed by an Iranian missile by mistake, multiple officials told NBC News. An initial Iranian report released Thursday suggested

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GBC disappointed GFA rejected its ‘superior’ TV rights bid

GBC disappointed GFA rejected its ‘superior’ TV rights bid

The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) has expressed disappointment in the GFA for rejecting its “superior financial” offer for the television broadcast rights of the Ghana Premier League. Director of Corporate Affairs, Mamle Asare in a statement on Thursday, revealed that

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Kpoeta Celestial Church of Christ donates to patients of Hohoe Municipal Hospital

Kpoeta Celestial Church of Christ donates to patients of Hohoe Municipal Hospital

As part of its annual gesture of love and care for the sick, the Jehovah Elyon Parish of the Celestial Church of Christ, Kpoeta on the first Sunday of 2020 presented assorted fruits to patients at the Hohoe Municipal Hospital. 

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Police Service to deploy officers to fight corruption on roads

Police Service to deploy officers to fight corruption on roads

Mr James Oppong-Boanuh, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), has said the Police Service (GPS) would deploy supervisory officers to monitor various checkpoints as part of measures to fight corruption. He said the monitoring team would comprise both uniformed and

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