Boy, 6, drowns while crossing river to school

Boy, 6, drowns while crossing river to school

A six-year-old boy has drowned in a river while crossing to School. The incident occurred at Togodo, a farming community in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region on Wednesday, October 17, 2019.   The body of the deceased

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Atebubu: 77-year-old weed farmer arrested; 2 acre farm destroyed

Atebubu: 77-year-old weed farmer arrested; 2 acre farm destroyed

About a 2-acre marijuana farm at Mem a suburb of Atebubu in the Bono East region has been destroyed by Police personnel deployed from the Atebubu Police command led by the District commander Chief Supt. Bright Boafo. The owner of

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Hospital staff suspended after ants crawl over dead patient’s eyes

Hospital staff suspended after ants crawl over dead patient’s eyes

Three nurses and two doctors have been suspended in India’s central Madhya Pradesh state after ants were found crawling on the body of a recently deceased patient in a local hospital. A 50-year-old man who was suffering from abdominal tuberculosis,

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‘My miscarriages ceased after I stopped using deplorable Armanhia road’

‘My miscarriages ceased after I stopped using deplorable Armanhia road’

Miscarriages of pregnancy is a traumatic experience suffered by many women. However, losing an unborn baby through the failure of authorities to fix deplorable roads is even more harrowing. This was the case of Elsie [not her real name], a

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73 NaBCo trainees in Ketu South get permanent employment

73 NaBCo trainees in Ketu South get permanent employment

  By Ewoenam Kpodo, GNA Denu (V/R) Oct. 17, GNA – Some 73 Nation Builders Corps (NaBCo) trainees in the Ketu South Municipality have gained permanent employment. Mr Prince Afetorgbor, Ketu South Municipal Coordinator, NaBCo, who disclosed this at an

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Gov’t starts paying road contractors – Otchere-Darko

Gov’t starts paying road contractors – Otchere-Darko

Over 1,700 road contractors owed by the government will start receiving their money from this week, Danquah Institute founder Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has said. According to him, over 1,400 of all the road contractors owed by the government will receive

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Gov’t urged to reconsider taxing the internet

Gov’t urged to reconsider taxing the internet

Professor Nii Narku Quaynor, a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Cape Coast, has called on the government to reconsider taxing the internet as that can slow development. He said the internet is used in so many ways to improve

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Drone system to aid farming activities in South Tongu launched

Drone system to aid farming activities in South Tongu launched

     Agripower, manufacturer of modular agriculture farm implements and silicon fertilizers has launched a drone system in Sogakofe in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region to minimize farmers exposure to chemicals and also help in sowing and

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58 police officers in deprived areas promoted

58 police officers in deprived areas promoted

The Ghana Police Service has announced the promotion of fifty-eight (58) junior officers stationed in some deprived communities of the country. The Police in a statement published on its social media channels said the promotion is to motivate officers to

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No more “protocol”, “order-from-above” port goods clearance without my say-so – Adei

No more “protocol”, “order-from-above” port goods clearance without my say-so – Adei

The Board Chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Prof Stephen Adei has warned staff of the Customs Division of the Authority to refer to him all so-called protocol goods meant for clearance at the country’s ports. During a visit

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