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Supreme Court throws out Trassaco over case against Top Kings Limited

A FIVE-MEMBER panel of the Supreme Court presided over by Justice Paul Baffoe-Bonnie, has in a unanimous decision, has slapped a cost of GHc10,000 on Trassaco Valley over a protracted land legal tussle which has spanned over 20 years in court. This was after the apex court panel settled the …

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PECC to regulate private education in Ghana

THE NATIONAL leadership of the newly-inaugurated Private Education Coalition Committee (PECC) has affirmed that the era of disunity  is over as PECC takes over the administration of all matters relating to private education in this country. PECC, the mother body of all the eight private education bodies in the country, …

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2020 polls: Accept your loss – NPP to Mahama

The New Patriotic Party says former President John Mahama’s call for an audit into the results of the 2020 polls is alien to the politics of the country. “All of a sudden we are hearing about auditing, where does this place in our political arrangements? Instead of you to do …

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Withdraw PUB; it’s inimical to academic freedom – Lloyd Amoah to gov’t

The Public University Bill is inimical to the growth of public universities in the country and must be withdrawn immediately, Dr. Lloyd Amoah, Director of the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Ghana has stated. According to him, the bill seeks to micromanage public universities and stem academic freedom …

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I’ll campaign for your removal if PUB is passed – Atuguba to UTAG leadership

The dean of the University of Ghana School of Law Professor Raymond Atuguba says he will lead an impeachment campaign against the leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) should government the controversial Public Universities bill. According to the renowned legal practitioner, the bill is “bad” and must …

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Akwatia: NPP supporters blame Kate Gyamfua for parliamentary defeat

A group calling itself concerned Members of New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Akwatia is blaming the National Women’s Organizer, Kate Gyamfua, for the party’s loss of the Akwatia Parliamentary seat. Addressing the media Tuesday, the group said Kate Gyamfua never liked and supported the outgoing Member of Parliament Mercy Adu …

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2020 elections most incompetent ever – Mahama

The Presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Dramani Mahama has described the 2020 elections as the “most incompetent” in Ghana’s history. Speaking in an interview with VOA, the former President urged the EC to learn from the errors it committed to ensure they’re never repeated in …

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Fire ravages shops in Koforidua

Fire has ravaged at least three shops in Koforidua the Eastern Regional Capital. The fire occurred around 10:15 am on Tuesday. The blaze was reportedly caused by an electrical fault on the main power supply pole of electricity company of Ghana which spread to the nearby shops. Though firefighters arrived …

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2020 polls: Meet stakeholders over ‘gaps and errors’ – CSOs to EC

Civil Society groups in the country have called on the Electoral Commission as well as political parties to take the necessary steps to solve all disagreements as regards the just-ended presidential and parliamentary polls. The coalition, comprising sixteen organizations, in a statement on matters arising after the declaration of the …

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Call out EC or hold your peace forever – NDC youth to Clergy, CSOs

The youth wing of the opposition NDC has called on stakeholders of peace in the country as the Clergy and Civil Society groups to intervene in the ongoing feud between the two leading parties over the declaration of Nana AKufo-Addo as President following the December 7 polls. The group wants …

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