Baba Rahman not surprised by South Africa’s defeat to Sudan

Baba Rahman not surprised by South Africa’s defeat to Sudan

Chelsea loanee Abdul Baba Rahman says Percy Tau was too mobile when Bafana Bafana hosted Ghana in last Thursday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier Group C match and the signs were already there that South Africa would struggle in Sudan.

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SALL review application dismissed

SALL review application dismissed

The Supreme Court has dismissed a review application, which gave the EC the go ahead to gazette John Peter Amewu, as the Member of Parliament for Hohoe Constituency. The seven member presided over by Justice Yaw Apau, said the “review

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COVID-19 vaccines are to protect us – Hohoe MCE

COVID-19 vaccines are to protect us – Hohoe MCE

 Mr Andrews Teddy Ofori, Hohoe Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), has called on residents to take the COVID-19 vaccination to protect themselves against the disease. “Taking the Covid-19 vaccine is the surest way to protect ourselves from the disease,” he said.

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Trader jailed for biting off Policeman’s finger

Trader jailed for biting off Policeman’s finger

A 25-year-old trader who bit off the finger of a Police Officer during an arrest, has been sentenced to two years imprisonment by an Accra Circuit Court. Anoma Promise was ordered by the court presided over by Mrs. Ellen Ofei

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Worawora (O/R): Police arrest two suspects for allegedly buying ammunitions

Worawora (O/R): Police arrest two suspects for allegedly buying ammunitions

 Police at Worawora Monday arrested two persons for allegedly buying suspected G-3 ammunitions and possession of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp at Kwamekrom Abdulkordzi, a suburb of Worawora in the Oti Region. The two are Godwin Kpodo Agbevitor,

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Ghosts swallow GH¢66.2m of taxpayers’ money as pay; GH¢44m went to GRIDCo – A-G report

Ghosts swallow GH¢66.2m of taxpayers’ money as pay; GH¢44m went to GRIDCo – A-G report

Out of the total payroll irregularity of GH¢66,248,946.00, a sum of GH¢44,367,132 was attributed to GRIDCo in respect of outstanding compensation payments without the requisite documentation and non-payments of 2017 3rd-tier pensions contribution Non-existent and undeserving public sector workers were

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Ho: Send Ghana sharpens budget advocacy skills of Monitoring Committees

Ho: Send Ghana sharpens budget advocacy skills of Monitoring Committees

 Send Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organisation, is helping enhance the budget advocacy skills of District Citizen Monitoring Committees in the Volta and Oti Regions. The participants, drawn from Municipalities and Districts implementing the USAID’s People for Health (P4H) programme, were trained

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Wli Agumatsa Waterfalls gets Governing Council

Wli Agumatsa Waterfalls gets Governing Council

The Wli Traditional Council, in collaboration with the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), has inaugurated a seven-member Tourism Governing Council to develop the sector. The council was inaugurated under Tourism Legislative Instrument (L.I) 2393 of Act 817, 2011. Togbega Lo I,

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Basic schools to break for Easter holidays from 1– 6 April

Basic schools to break for Easter holidays from 1– 6 April

Basic school pupils The Ghana Education Service (GES) has instructed all heads of public and private schools in the Abuakwa North Municipality to go on a break from 1 to 6 April 2021 to observe the Easter holidays. Schools are

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Headmaster, PTA turn E-Block into hostel; make GHS132K – A-G’s report

Headmaster, PTA turn E-Block into hostel; make GHS132K – A-G’s report

Kpone Community SHS The Headmaster and the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Kpone Community Senior High School converted part of the school building, an E-block, into a hostel and collected a total of GHS132,096.00 as fees without authorisation. This was

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