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Govt secures funds for Pokuase Interchange

GOVERNMENT HAS signed a loan agreement with the African Development Bank to provide 83 million dollars for the construction of the Pokuase Interchange as the government provides 11 million dollars. The 94-million-dollar project is scheduled to commence  in the first quarter of next year and will be completed after 36 months. Speaking …

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The current state of the NHIS

THE NATIONAL Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is a social intervention programme which provides financial risk protection against out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure for all residents in Ghana. The scheme is currently operational in all parts of the country. In 2003, the law establishing the scheme, National Health Insurance Act, 2003 (Act 650), …

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Airtel supports campaign against breast cancer

AIRTEL HAS presented a cheque of GHȼ 4,600.00 to Breast Care International (BCI) to support the Non-Governmental Organisation’s awareness creation programme on breast cancer. At a brief presentation ceremony at the Peace and Love Hospital, on the Spintex road in Accra, Airtel’s Call Centre Manager, Benjamin Kayode, said the gesture …

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108,080 to vote in two constituencies in Bolgatanga

FATIMA ANAFU ASTANGA HERE ARE 152 polling stations in the Bolgatanga East and Bolgatanga Central Constituencies in the Upper East Region from where 108,080 registered voters are expected to vote in the Presidential and Parliamentary elections on December 7. In the Bolgatanga East Constituency, which was carved out of the …

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Don’t endorse anyone : Volta chiefs told

NANA SOGLO Alloh IV, the President of the Volta Region House of Chiefs, has cautioned traditional rulers in the Region against the endorsement of political parties and candidates. He said this in an inaugural address as the new President of the House of Chiefs, at a swearing-in and handover ceremony. …

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EU expresses concern over clashes between NDC and NPP supporters

IDDI YIRE WITH BARELY 21-days to the December 7 polls, the European Union (EU) has expressed concern over violent clashes between supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP). It would be recalled that on Sunday, November 13, supporters of the two-leading parties, the governing …

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Humans for sale … A shocking exposé in the dark world of Human Trafficking

By Francisca Emefa Enchill SOME CALL it Modern Day Slavery because of the anguish and servitude associated with it, but to many, it is simply Human Trafficking, an avenue where non-existing richness is sought after in a foreign land with victims horribly exploited in the end. The United Nations Office …

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Police raid community for shooting two officers

By Kojo Ansah | ARMED POLICE personnel have raided Akomasu, a farming community in the Begoro District of the Eastern Region and have arrested 26 people including teenagers and a female. The raid was carried out by the Begoro District Police Command following attacks and shooting of two police officers …

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Dr Kwame Nkrumah

Founder’s Day not a day to sleep — Prof. Opoku

By Muntalla Inusah  | THE CHAIRMAN of the Kwabena Nketia Centre for African Studies, Prof. Kofi Asare Opoku is advocating for a national event towards honouring the heroes who fought for Ghana’s independence during the Founder’s Day celebration. According to him, “Founder’s Day is not a day to sleep” …

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