Journalists encouraged to specialise

Journalists encouraged to specialise

Journalists have been encouraged to specialise in their respective fields of work, for more accurate reportage as a well-equipped and informed media, is crucial to the progress of the country. Dr. Albert Gemegah, Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Wisconsin University,

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Coalition kicks against gay conference

Coalition kicks against gay conference

Mr Moses Foh-Amoaning answering questions from the media after the The National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values has passed a resolution to compel the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to stop issuing visas to members of the

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Aflao:Customs intercepts 600 bags of PFJ Fertilisers

Aflao:Customs intercepts 600 bags of PFJ Fertilisers

Customs officials from the Ave-Havi Station under the Aflao Command of Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have intercepted 600 bags (25kg) of Urea fertiliser meant for the Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) programme. Three suspects, John

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Dzodze residents schooled on ECOWAS Protocol

Dzodze residents schooled on ECOWAS Protocol

The Media Network on Migration (MENOM) Foundation has schooled the people of Dzodze, a town near the Akanu border in the Volta Region on the requirements, rights and responsibilities of migrants. The exercise was part of activities of MENOM to

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Sogakope Killing: Police Retrieved Seven Cartridges from Crime Scene

Sogakope Killing: Police Retrieved Seven Cartridges from Crime Scene

  The Police have retrieved some seven BB cartridges, including six used one from the residence of the late Assembly member for Sogakope South, Marcus Mawutor Adzahli, who was gruesomely killed at home by a group of unidentified gunmen last Sunday.

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VR Police Command investigates Sogakope Police response in robbery attack

VR Police Command investigates Sogakope Police response in robbery attack

The Volta Regional Police Command said it was investigating concerns raised by the youth of Sogakope over the conduct of police personnel stationed in Sogakope in relation to the robbery and murder of an Assembly Member on Sunday. The youth,

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Court remands four for stealing of cows

Court remands four for stealing of cows

  An Agona Swedru Circuit Court has remanded three Fulani herdsmen and a Ghanaian into prison custody for allegedly stealing 23 cows belonging to one Mr Henry Boateng, a Swedru based farmer.    The pleas of the suspects, George Godfred Adade

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Trans Volta Logistics Project consultation begins

Trans Volta Logistics Project consultation begins

   LMI Holdings, a Ghanaian industrial conglomerate, has begun consultation on the Trans Volta Logistics Project to enlighten stakeholders on the project. The project, which is being implemented in line with Ghana’s laws and policies is expected to position the

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