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Delta Force escapees  fined GH¢ 2,400 each

Delta Force escapees fined GH¢ 2,400 each

The 13 members of the Delta Force, a vigilante group, who escaped from a Kumasi Circuit Court, last Thursday have been fined a total of GH¢31,200.00. The 13 who pleaded guilty to escaping from lawful custody were fined GH¢ 2,400 each when they appeared before the court yesterday. Mr Ekow Mensah, the presiding judge, passing sentence, considered the fact that, […]

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Oly to outdoor new coach today

Shareholders of Accra Great Olympics have confirmed the appointment of Swedish trainer, Tom Marcos Christian Strand as the new Head Coach of the club despite some initial resistance from former Coach, Godwin Attram. But Attram will act in an assistant capacity together with Stephen Botchway, the previous main assistant. Strands appointment was part of a five-point Rescue Plan proposed by […]

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Work progresses on Kasoa-Amasaman road

Construction works on the 29-kilometre Kasoa-Amasaman road in the Ga West District in the Greater Accra Region is progressing steadily. The GH¢12.4 million project, which was awarded to the Brazilian firm, Queiroz Galvao, is almost 50 per cent complete. The government-funded project also included a replacement of the steel bridge over River Densu at Ayikai Doblo, a rural community near […]

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GNFS begins investigations into Ashfoam inferno

GNFS begins investigations into Ashfoam inferno

The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has opened investigations into an inferno that destoryed the Curing Department of the Ashfoam Company Limited on Monday night. “As at now, the cause of the fire is not verified. The Fire Service team has started conducting their investigations to ascertain what exactly caused the fire outbreak,” the Marketing and Communications Manager at the […]

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Amnesty Int’l reiterates call on  govt to expunge death penalty

Amnesty Int’l reiterates call on govt to expunge death penalty

The Amnesty International Ghana has reiterated its call on government to expunge the death penalty and use other forms of punishment to deter commitment of crimes in the country. According to the human right organisation, abolishing the death penalty would reinforce Ghana’s commitment to protecting human rights. The acting Director of Amnesty International Ghana, Mr Frank Doyi made the call […]

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Gonja State bans rosewood logging, charcoal burning

Traditional authorities of the Gonja State have placed a permanent ban on rosewood logging and commercial charcoal burning in the area in a bid to safeguard the environment. Yagbonwura Tuntumba Bore Essa, overlord of the Gonja Traditional Area, who announced this, said “the traditional authority of the Gonja jurisdiction is prepared to hand over any person found culpable in the […]

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‘Inculcate good reading habit in children’

‘Inculcate good reading habit in children’

Lily Akua Mintah, President of Share Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that caters for the educational needs of brilliant but needy students, has underscored the need for parents to help inculcate good reading habits in their children to influence their academic performance. She observed that parents’ involvement in their wards’ academic performance contributes to an increase in their perceived level of […]

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GNAT condemns Director for canning a teacher

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), has condemned the action of the Western Regional Director of Education, Mrs. Enyonam Afi Amefuga for canning a teacher in class. According to the association, the Education Director could have exercised circumspection taking into consideration of the fact that there exist codes of conduct in the teaching profession. It has therefore called on […]

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Jayee University College graduates 400 students

Jayee University College graduates 400 students

Jayee University College (JUC) has graduated 400 students at its 8th congregation held in Accra at the weekend. The students graduated in various disciplines including Business Administration and Communication Science. Speaking at the ceremony held on the theme ‘The role of the private university in national capacity building’, the President of JUC, Professor Emmanuel Nicholas Abaka mentioned that, there was […]

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First ever crossword puzzle book launched

First ever crossword puzzle book launched

The first ever crossword puzzle book to be authored and published in the country has been launched in Accra. Titled, “Crossword Puzzles – Fun for All,” written by an educationist, Mrs Elfrida Naa Ayikailey Adablah, seeks to instill in children the culture of brainstorming and finding solutions to daily challenges of life. It is published in three categories, children in […]

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