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Mr. Eric Seddy Kutortse(left) presenting the keys  to Dr. Roberta Lamptey(right),Acting Director of Medical Affairs of Korle-Bu.

First Sky Group supports K’bu Renal Unit

The First Sky Group, a road construction firm, has presented a cheque for GH¢2million to the Renal Unit of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, to support its operations. The company also made a presentation a brand new Toyota Hilux pickup to the unit. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Mr. Eric Seddy Kuttortse, who made the […]

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Cabbie knocks down 2 armed robbers

Cabbie knocks down 2 armed robbers

Two armed robbers were knocked down by a taxi driver in Tema yesterday, after they engaged in a robbery spree. According to eye-witnesses, the two young men believed to be in their early 20’s, were

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Ghanaians risk losing cultural identity – Prof. Agyekum

Professor Kofi Agyekum, director, School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana, said Ghanaians risk losing their identity if they replace their unique and rich traditional values with foreign culture. He lamented that the youth adopted foreign culture as a way of life, instead of embracing Ghanaian values.

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Media build capacity for advocacy

A two-day workshop aimed at strengthening the capacity of the media to have a greater voice as advocate and effectively serve the interest of the people, has been held. It was held at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region by Voice for Change Partnership (V4C), a non-governmental organisation, under the joint theme: “Food and Nutrition Security, ‘Renewable Energy’ and ‘Water, […]

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Single window platform for hospitality sector

Players in the hospitality industry will soon have one platform to share and market their products. Through the Ghana Single Window Platform, all tourism facilities in the country will be provided with the necessary information for easy access by patrons. The acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), Gideon Aryeequaye, who disclosed this, said the contract […]

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2 Nigerians remanded for possessing arms

Accra Circuit Court has remanded two Nigerians, accused of preparing to commit crime, and possessing arms and ammunition without lawful authority. Samuel Okechuku, a trader, and Uche Ike, a labourer, who allegedly had in their possession one AK47 Assault Rifle, 13 rounds of ammunitions, one jacket, cellotape and a mask in preparation to commit crime, pleaded not guilty to the […]

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1,766 died in road crashes

About 1,766 people were killed in road accidents as at the end of October this year, Minister of Transport, Mr. Fifi Kwetey, has revealed. He said 16,053 vehicles were involved in the road crashes, with 9,046 people injured, while 2,323 pedestrian knock-downs were recorded. Mr. Kwetey said this yesterday, when he launched this year’s National Public Transport Day to engage […]

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MTN improves learning conditions for Akim Asafo SHS

The Akim Asafo Senior High School has received help from the MTN Ghana Foundation to resolve the problem of large class sizes, classes under trees and the use of makeshift structures. This follows the Foundation’s commissioning of a GH¢289,000 project for the school.

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Wassa Fiase stool relocated

The Wassa Fiase Traditional Council has relocated the stool from Tarkwa to Benso, in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality of the Western Region. It has therefore, requested all institutions, companies and individuals, wishing to transact business with it to go to the traditional capital at Benso.

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Rev. Acquah elevated

The Founder and leader of the Good Shepherd Ministry, Reverend Isaac Acquah had been elevated to the position of a bishop at a ceremony at Yawkro near Nsawam in the Eastern Region. The position was conferred on him by the International Christian Clergy Association (ICCA), in collaboration with the Global Clergy Impact Ministerial Association

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