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Ghana clashes with Mexico today

Ghana’s Black Stars will get busy against El Tri of Mexico today at the NRG Stadium in Houston, USA in the first of two friendlies lined up for the team ahead of their next AFCON qualifier. It will be the third time the two countries are facing off after the Mexicans defeated the Stars 1-0 in 2006 and 2-1 in […]

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Akunnor out to upset Hearts

Akunnor out to upset Hearts

Obuasi AshantiGold’s resolve to avoid relegation in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) will be tested today when they come up against Accra Hearts of Oak in an epic week 20 mid-week clash at the Accra Sports Stadium. Having forced their way off the drop zone with a 3-0 thrashing of Inter Allies at home over the weekend, the Miners will […]

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GES inaugurates ER Girls Educ. Network executives

GES inaugurates ER Girls Educ. Network executives

The Eastern Regional Office of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has appointed a six member Executive Committee to spearhead the Girls Education Network (GEN), a body aimed at enhancing girl-child education in the region. Among other objectives, the Committee has the task of mobilising resources and facilitating the development and progress of girls’ education in the region. Chaired by Stephen […]

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3 schools to battle in NSMQ finals

3 schools to battle in NSMQ finals

The grand finale of the 2017 National Science and Math Quiz will be held on Thursday at the National Theatre in Accra. The event will have three schools; St. Thomas Aquinas, Adisadel College and Prempeh College, battle for supremacy in the prestigious brainy competition. The three competitors successfully triumphed over other schools throughout the contest to make it to the […]

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Tanoso nursing trainees deny paying unapproved fees

The Student’s Representative Council (SRC) of the Community Health Nurses’ Training College at Tanoso in the Tano North District of Brong-Ahafo Region, has refuted media reports that the school authorities are charging unapproved fees. The student body said it was untrue that they were “bracing up for a demonstration”, as reported in the story which was circulating in the social […]

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Mahama appointees cause of 2016 defeat—Ato Dadzie

Former Chief of Staff, Nana Ato Dadzie has stated that the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) lost the 2016 elections because appointees of former President John Mahama failed him. The NDC, then led by incumbent John Mahama unexpectedly lost the presidential and parliamentary elections held on December 7, 2016 after polling just 44.40 per cent. Then opposition leader of the New […]

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‘Don’t abandon Veep residence project’

Sampson Ahi, a former Deputy Minister for Works and Housing has taken a swipe at the current administration for failing to complete an official bungalow for the Vice President. He expressed shock by government’s seeming neglect of the project and has challenged it to complete the project. “If there are issues, they should raise the issues and address them for […]

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Nkrumah was not a dictator – Samia Nkrumah

Nkrumah was not a dictator – Samia Nkrumah

Former Convention People’s Party (CPP) Chairperson Samia Nkrumah has rejected claims that her father, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, who led Ghana to independence, was a dictator. According to her, “it is easier for people to make sweeping statements but whatever he [Dr Nkrumah] did was done through Parliament or a referendum”. Ms Nkrumah, the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Jomoro […]

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MP questions $15b China loan

MP questions $15b China loan

Former Deputy Minister of Finance Cassiel Ato Forson has raised doubts that recent loans of up to US$15 billion from the Chinese government to Ghana is coming with no underlying condition. Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, shortly after arrival on Sunday June 26 from a working visit to China, announced that government had reached an agreement with the Chinese government […]

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Varsity builds trench to stop attacks

Varsity builds trench to stop attacks

Authorities in north-eastern Nigeria have begun digging a 27km (17 mile) trench around the University of Maiduguri to prevent attacks by Boko Haram Islamist militants. On Sunday three suicide bombers attacked the university killing themselves and a security guard. There has been a dramatic upsurge in violence in Maiduguri in recent months. Boko Haram, who want an Islamic state, loosely […]

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