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Let Us Unite And Build Our Community – Chief Advises

The Chief of Akyem Nyanoa in the Upper West Municipality of the Eastern Region, Baffour Okyere Idan IV, has asked the youth in the community to put away any individual differences and get united as one to help bring development to the community.  He said this at a durbar organized …

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E/R: Chief Passionately Appeals For Good Roads and Renovation Of Basic School

 The newly enstooled chief of Akyem Nyanoa in the Upper West Municipality of the Eastern Region, Baffour Okyere Idan IV, has appealed to the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) and the Member of Parliament (MP) of the same area to add their voices to ensure that the Government reconstructs the deplorable …

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E/R: Asiedu For Saamang Assembly Member

A Member of the Eastern regional New Patriotic Party (NPP) Communication team and a communication Director for Fanteakwa South constituency, Mr George Asiedu who is aspiring to be the Assembly member for Saamang Electoral Area in the Fanteakwa South District of the Eastern Region has outlined four major visions as …

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NPP stalwarts plotting my removal – Tamale MCE

The Metropolitan Chief Executive of Tamale, Iddrisu Musah Superior, has accused some regional and constituency executives of his party of a conspiracy to kick him out of office. His allegation follows hours after he had advised party supporters “not to encourage politicians to steal public funds” but should always demand …

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Mahama expresses concern over inclusion of SHS 2 students in Double Track System

Former President John Dramani Mahama has expressed dismay over the decision by the government to include second-year Senior High School (SHS) students in the double track system. Despite the government’s claim that the double track system was not going to affect second and third-year students, all second-year SHS students are …

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Twenty-five years of Ghana’s Fourth Republican Constitutional Dispensation in perspective

Ghana returned to constitutional rule and multi-party democracy after a topsy-turvy eight military regimes from 1966 to 1982 without any clear sense of direction for her political and socio-economic development. Therefore, the 1992 Constitution, which came into effect on January 7, 1993, provided the nation a sovereign document and clear …

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God Should Bless NDC To Stay At Opposition For Long- NPP Chairman

The regional Second Vice Chairman of the Ruling New Patriotic Party, NPP, in the Eastern Region, Mr Twum Barima has called on the almighty God to bountifully bless the Opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC to stay at opposition for a longer time for they are very good in criticising, meaning …

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Military Men Besiege Narawa Company Limited, Burn Their Machines And Seize Some Excavators.

A troop of Military men from the office of the presidency raided Narawa Company Limited, a large scale mining company in Akyem Nsuapemso in the Fanteakwa South District of Eastern region on friday 4th January 2019, seize about 4 Excavators, burn their pumping machines, handcuff the workers and molest them. …

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Raise $1bn for railway sector – Minister challenges insurers

Minister of Railways Development, Joe Ghartey, has challenged players in Ghana’s insurance industry to support government to raise $1 billion locally for the development of the railway sector. According to Mr. Ghartey, “Getting the finance to mitigate the risk of financing the construction and operation of the railways sector requires …

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We can’t arrest people who prophesy; we can only caution them – ACP Eklu

The Director-General in charge of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Eklu has said that the police can do little about the raging “31st December prophecy brouhaha”  According to him, the laws of Ghana is very silent on the repercussions meted out to individuals who make such …

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