Japanese island hit by second COVID-19 wave after ending 3-week lockdown

Japanese island hit by second COVID-19 wave after ending 3-week lockdown

Japanese PM Shinzo Abe A Japanese island has been struck by a second wave of coronavirus after having lifted its lockdown. The northern region of Hokkaido lifted its lockdown on March 19 so that businesses and schools could reopen. This came as

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Information Minister petitions Bank of Ghana, Media Commission about ‘money doublers’ on TV

Information Minister petitions Bank of Ghana, Media Commission about ‘money doublers’ on TV

Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has petitioned the Bank of Ghana (BoG) and National Media Commission (NMC) about the activities of “money doublers” on television and urged them to take appropriate action. In a tweet, the Minister said: “I have

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Keta MCE distributes nose masks ahead of directive enforcement

Keta MCE distributes nose masks ahead of directive enforcement

Click to read all about coronavirus → The Keta Municipal Assembly has started distributing nose masks to market women ahead of the enforcement of the President’s directive on compulsory use of nose masks from Monday, May 04. Though the directive

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COVID-19 positive cases rise to 30 in Volta Region

COVID-19 positive cases rise to 30 in Volta Region

A total of 19 more persons in the Volta region have tested positive to the novel coronavirus disease, bringing the total number of cases in the region to 30 as at May 1, 2020.   These numbers were detected from

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Kpeve: Parents must build good relationship with adolescent girls

Kpeve: Parents must build good relationship with adolescent girls

Madam Rhema Andah, Programmes Assistant, Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) has called on parents to endeavour to build good personal relations with their adolescents, especially girls.   She said good personal relations and communication between parents and their adolescents

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MCE appeals for a Marine Police unit at Keta

MCE appeals for a Marine Police unit at Keta

 Mr Godwin Edudzi Effah, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Keta has appealed for the establishment of a unit of the Marine Police of the Ghana Police Service at Keta to help curb fishery infractions in the Municipality and adjoining

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Volta/Oti GJA marks World Press Day with donation to the vulnerable

Volta/Oti GJA marks World Press Day with donation to the vulnerable

Click to read all about coronavirus → The Volta/Oti Regional branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has donated assorted items to some vulnerable persons at Duta in the Ketu South Municipality to mark this year’s World Press Freedom Day.

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COVID-19: Billboard featuring Akufo-Addo without face mask to be pulled down – Oppong Nkrumah

COVID-19: Billboard featuring Akufo-Addo without face mask to be pulled down – Oppong Nkrumah

Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has disclosed that a billboard communicating the importance of wearing a face mask which also features the president without a face mask will be pulled down. The Minister, however, asked persons wanting to help in

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Ada assembly member beaten over COVID-19

Ada assembly member beaten over COVID-19

Click to read all about coronavirus → An assembly member of the Ada West District Assembly in Accra has been severely beaten up in public by a man believed to be affiliated to his political rival. Mr Fredrick Nartey Dodzi,

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Afrobarometer survey: 72% of Ghanaians feel media is not free from State interference

Afrobarometer survey: 72% of Ghanaians feel media is not free from State interference

Though Ghana has recorded the largest increase in support for press freedom in Africa, 72 percent of Ghanaians feel the media is “not very free” or “not at all free” to report or comment on the news without government interference, according

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