Births and Deaths Registry digitisation 80% done – Bawumia

Births and Deaths Registry digitisation 80% done – Bawumia

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated that the digitisation of the Births and Deaths Registry is near completion. He added that the registry digitisation process, which is 80 per cent complete, will have its database integrated

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433 top army officers promoted, posted, appointed

433 top army officers promoted, posted, appointed

Army A total of 433 army officers have been posted, promoted or given appointments, according to ClassFMonline.com’s sources. A letter from the Office of the Military Secretary, General Headquarters of the Ghana Armed Forces dated 18 June 2020 said provided

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KNUST appoints first-ever female Vice-Chancellor

KNUST appoints first-ever female Vice-Chancellor

Professor Rita Dickson The Governing Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has elected Professor Rita Dickson as the new Vice-Chancellor. She becomes the first-ever female to lead the science and technology university after beating three

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Asiedu Nketia says Supreme Court has ordered EC to use old voter card for registration

Asiedu Nketia says Supreme Court has ordered EC to use old voter card for registration

NDC General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has told journalists that the Supreme Court ruled in favour of the party and one private citizen Mark Takyi-Banson, as far

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Reallocate Ho Central Market stalls or face our wrath- Traders Association

Reallocate Ho Central Market stalls or face our wrath- Traders Association

 Members of the Ho Central Market Traders Association have given a five day ultimatum to the Ho Municipal Assembly to reallocate market stalls in Ho or face their wrath.   The over 100 members of the Association, at a press

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Ho: Consider self-protection against Coronavirus a civic responsibility

Ho: Consider self-protection against Coronavirus a civic responsibility

Mr Oral-Robert Amenyo, Deputy Volta Regional Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), has appealed to the citizenry to consider the adherence to Coronavirus prevention guidelines a civic responsibility. “Protecting ourselves from the Coronavirus should be considered a

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Kpando: International Needs Ghana engages state agencies on adolescent pregnancies

Kpando: International Needs Ghana engages state agencies on adolescent pregnancies

International Needs Ghana (INGH), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with focus on transforming lives and changing communities has engaged state actors with child protection mandate from the Afadzato South and North Dayi Districts on adolescent pregnancies, abuse and exploitation.   The

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Ho: Visually impaired children are problem solvers

Ho: Visually impaired children are problem solvers

Mr. Eric Kwabla Ofori, Director of the New Horizon Foundation of the Blind (NHFB), has said visually impaired children, “are naturally problem solvers” and must be helped to sharpen their creative and analytical capabilities.     He said though bad

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Ho: Students must make Coronavirus protocols way of life – Kpodo

Ho: Students must make Coronavirus protocols way of life – Kpodo

 Mr Benjamin Komla Kpodo, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ho Central Constituency, has urged Senior High students to make Coronavirus safety protocols part of their lifestyle.   “I urge you to observe the protocols and make them part of

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Earth Tremor hits Accra, US, other parts of the world

Earth Tremor hits Accra, US, other parts of the world

Some parts of Accra and the Central region on Wednesday night experienced earth tremor. The affected areas included Dansoman, Oprah Square, James Town, Dome, Ashorman and Kasoa Kwabenya.   Many residents said the earth shook under them. Starr News sources

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