Implement health lab policy now – GAMLS to govt

Implement health lab policy now – GAMLS to govt

GAMLS Stakeholders’ meeting The Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (GAMLS) has called on government to implement the country’s National Health Laboratory Policy in order to ward off quack laboratory practitioners. The policy developed by the Centre for Disease Control

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Coup plotters planned abducting Akufo-Addo – State Prosecutors

Coup plotters planned abducting Akufo-Addo – State Prosecutors

Alleged coup plotters The men facing trial for allegedly attempting to overthrow the Akufo-Addo-led government have been accused by the State prosecutors of planning to abduct the President, Vice President, Speaker of Parliament, and the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS)

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NPA pilots first phase of cylinder recirculation model in Kade

NPA pilots first phase of cylinder recirculation model in Kade

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has begun piloting the first phase of the cylinder recirculation model in Kade in the Eastern region. According to the NPA, the piloting phase will start with about 38,471 cylinders and will also happen in

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CK Akunnor names 23 for his first Black Stars assignment

CK Akunnor names 23 for his first Black Stars assignment

Black Stars coach Charles Kwablan Akunnor has named a 23-man squad for his first assignment since assuming the role.   The former captain will be in charge as the Stars play Sudan in a 2021 Africa Cup of Nations home-and-away

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Rawlings offers GH¢25,000 bounty for arrest of Sogakope Assemblyman’s killers

Rawlings offers GH¢25,000 bounty for arrest of Sogakope Assemblyman’s killers

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has announced a GH¢25,000 bounty for the heads of persons involved in the killing of the Assemblyman for South Sogakope, Marcus Adzahli. The amount is in addition to the GH¢10,000 bounty offered by the District

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Ghanaians hail doctor who offered Kangaroo care to preterm baby of sick patient

Ghanaians hail doctor who offered Kangaroo care to preterm baby of sick patient

He holds the baby under his clothing, upright and tightly on his chest while working at all times. This is the story of Dr. Da-Costa Dorkeh, a young medical doctor driving positive change in the life of patients in a

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Government to ban import of ‘accident cars’, used vehicles older than 10 years

Government to ban import of ‘accident cars’, used vehicles older than 10 years

  Government is set to ban the importation of used vehicles that are older than 10 years old. The government will also place a total ban on the import of salvaged cars, also known as accident cars, pending the full

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Coronavirus: Travellers avoiding screening at Aflao/Togo border

Coronavirus: Travellers avoiding screening at Aflao/Togo border

With the surge in the number of coronavirus cases in some countries, Ghana’s government announced it’s preparedness to fight against the disease. Whilst Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority in collaboration with Port Health have increased sensitization campaigns along the borders

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Ghanaian died ‘in plain sight’ at UK detention centre

Ghanaian died ‘in plain sight’ at UK detention centre

A mentally ill man died from dehydration, malnutrition and hypothermia “in plain sight” at an immigration centre, an inquest found. Prince Kwabena Fosu’s death at 31 was partly due to “gross failure” by agencies at the centre, the jury said.

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Coronavirus: Pentecost serves Communion with toothpick

Coronavirus: Pentecost serves Communion with toothpick

The outbreak and fast-spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) has informed the decision by the leadership of the Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC), a local assembly of The Church of Pentecost in Koforidua in the Eastern region to adjust the process of serving

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