Tidal waves destroy homes in Ketu South

Tidal waves destroy homes in Ketu South

Residents of Agavedzi and Salakope in the Ketu South Municipality are living in fear over the possible sweeping away of their homes by the raging sea. Days of tidal wave attacks recently brought big trees and buildings to the ground

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Ho: Schedule commercial flights to Ho begins second week in April – Transport Minister confirms

Ho: Schedule commercial flights to Ho begins second week in April – Transport Minister confirms

Mr Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, Minister of Transport has announced that tentatively scheduled commercial flights to the Ho Aerodrome would start in two weeks barring any unforeseen glitches. He disclosed that the parties have foisted their grip on all technicalities to

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Nanewodokope (VR): Residents of Nanewodokope initiates self-help projects

Nanewodokope (VR): Residents of Nanewodokope initiates self-help projects

Nanewodokope, a farming community that grows crops such as cassava, maize and others have embarked on a self-initiated development projects in the area. The aim is targeted at addressing some challenges affecting the community. Residents in the area, a suburb

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First Lady hands over furnished electronic library to Krachi East

First Lady hands over furnished electronic library to Krachi East

 Mr Rebecca Akufo-Addo, the First Lady has handed over a fully furnished electronic library to Krachi East schools and communities. The Library is part of such facilities being constructed by the Rebecca Foundation to impart the attitude of routine reading

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Kpetoe (V/R): A total of 119 health workers vaccinated at Agotime-Ziope District

Kpetoe (V/R): A total of 119 health workers vaccinated at Agotime-Ziope District

 A total of 119 health workers in the Agotime-Ziope District of the Volta region have been inoculated, out of 138 targeted. Mr Matthew Ayamba Adam, Agotime-Ziope District Health Director, who disclosed this to the Ghana News Agency (GNA,) said they

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“April Fool”: Negative pranks can cause cardiac arrest – Psychologist

“April Fool”: Negative pranks can cause cardiac arrest – Psychologist

 Reverend Albright Banibensu, Vice President, Ghana Psychology Association, has cautioned against negative pranks, saying, they can cause cardiac arrests. “Persons with underlying anxiety disorders can have cardiac arrests out of pranks so we have to be careful with this April

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Ho: Weak budget advocacy at the local level structures – Send Ghana

Ho: Weak budget advocacy at the local level structures – Send Ghana

 Mrs. Harriet Nuamah Agyemang, a Senior Programmes Officer for Send Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organisation, has bemoaned “weak” resolve for budget advocacy among citizens in the country. She said the weakness, most felt at the community level, affected the interrogation of

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“Fluoride toothpaste can be lethal to children”- Dr. Atuwo-Ampoh

“Fluoride toothpaste can be lethal to children”- Dr. Atuwo-Ampoh

 Dr Richard Atuwo-Ampoh, Head of Department in Dental Surgery, Ho Teaching Hospital, has called on parents to supervise their children when brushing their teeth, since studies have shown that ingestion of adult toothpaste by them could be lethal. He said

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Ho: SEND Ghana commends government’s COVID-19 levy

Ho: SEND Ghana commends government’s COVID-19 levy

SEND GHANA, a subsidiary of SEND Foundation of West Africa, has commended Government of Ghana’s announcement to introduce the COVID-19 levy and called for its utilisation not to combat only the coronavirus disease. “We are now presented with the opportunity

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Ghana to begin COVID-19 antigen test

Ghana to begin COVID-19 antigen test

Ghana will soon introduce COVID-19 antigen test to improve and enhance testing for coronavirus. Professor William Ampofo, Head of Virology Department, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR) told the Ghana News agency in Accra that this was part of

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