Audit Report: Gov’t spent US$18.4m on students, staff abroad

Audit Report: Gov’t spent US$18.4m on students, staff abroad

Ghana Audit Service Eighteen million four hundred thousand dollars was spent on the payment of allowances for government employees as well as students who were sponsored abroad for courses and seminars by the government in the first half of 2019,

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V/R: DCE places GHS10k bounty on killers of assemblyman

V/R: DCE places GHS10k bounty on killers of assemblyman

Killed assemblyman The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the South Tongu, Emmanuel Luis Agama, has promised to give out GHS10,000 to anybody who gives out information that will lead to the arrest of the killers of the assemblyman for the

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Establish military barracks at Kpassa-Paramount Chief tells Government

Establish military barracks at Kpassa-Paramount Chief tells Government

  Ubor Konja Tasun VI, Paramount Chief of Kpassa in the Nkwanta North District of the Oti Region has appealed to government to establish a military barracks in the area to help secure the border district, and maintain law and

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Angry Sogakofe residents blame Assemblyman’s murder on police [Photos]

Angry Sogakofe residents blame Assemblyman’s murder on police [Photos]

Residents of Sogakofe South in the Volta Region have blocked a part of the main road going through the town in protest of the brutal murder of their Assembly member, Marcus Mawutor Adzahli, Sunday. The residents have blamed the police for what

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V/R: Sogakope Assemblyman stabbed, shot dead; injured wife in coma

V/R: Sogakope Assemblyman stabbed, shot dead; injured wife in coma

The late Marcus Mawutor Adzahli A newly-elected assemblyman for Sogakope South electoral area within the South Tongu District of the Volta Region, Marcus Mawutor Adzahli, has been shot dead by unknown assassins in his private residence. Residents indicated that the

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Togo military chases opposition demonstrators

Togo military chases opposition demonstrators

Security forces in Togo have used force to disperse protesters who defied government warning to take part in a protest march in the capital, Lome. The demonstration was to register their displeasure with the announcement of incumbent President Faure Gnassingbe

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Duncan Williams bans mobile phone use in his office

Duncan Williams bans mobile phone use in his office

The founder of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has banned the use of mobile phones in his office by people who visit him there. The revered pastor who was worried about the trend of leaked audios and videos

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The children serving ‘witches’

The children serving ‘witches’

Over 300 minors living in Ghana’s so-called witches camps. Many denied education, cast out of their homes and forced into a life of bondage and torture against the country’s children’s’ act which guarantees a child’s right to live and grow with their

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