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Courts In Ghana Throw Out Lawyers Over ‘Expired’ Licenses

Courts in Ghana have started the enforcement of orders by the General Legal Council (GLC) not to allow any lawyer to represent their clients in court if they have not renewed their solicitors license for the year 2018. Lawyers over the years have ignored the provision of the law that …

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Rejected’ immigration job seekers share regret, disappointment

BY LOIS DOGBE, INTERN GIJ THE GHANA Immigration Service (GIS) last year announced that the service was embarking on a recruitment exercise and this communiqué was shared on all the national media outlets. After the public announcement, it emerged that over 15, 000 young Ghanaians applicants purchased the forms, but …

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Consume more water, fruits during harmattan – Health Officer

THE NUTRITION Officer at the Ho Municipal Health Directorate, Ms Dzifa Adzornu, has called for the consumption of more water, protein, fruits and moist-based foods to replenish the body and boost the immune system during the harmattan season. Ms Adzornu noted that most people, especially children, lose weight during the …

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Health Service allays fear of disease outbreak at Kumasi Academy

OFFICIALS OF Ghana Health Service (GHS) at the Asokore Mampong Municipality in the Ashanti Region have assured parents and students of Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) of renewed commitment to monitor development to avert any possible outbreak of disease in the school as it reopens. According to the health officers in the …

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Dealing with morning sickness

Sniff a fresh scent Morning sickness is often smell-associated. Estrogen is the hormone that is responsible for the sense of smell, and if you are a high estrogen hormone person like when you are pregnant, you have the radar nose of pregnancy. Speak up You may be all about self-sufficiency and powering …

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‘Suspend TV License Prosecutions, Engage Dialogue’ -GBC Board Orders

The governing board of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), has ordered the state broadcaster’s management to halt any plans of instituting legal actions against persons that may fail to comply with payment of their TV license. The board has also instructed management of the GBC to engage stakeholders as part …

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Coalition wants action to reduce high maternal deaths

EASTERN regional branch of the Ghana Coalition of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) in Health is calling for urgent steps to help address the high maternal mortality rate in the region. Eastern Region seems to be losing the fight against maternal mortality as the region continues to record high maternal deaths. As …

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Don’t admit the sick to prayer camps – Prophet Arjarquah

HEAD pastor of Omega House Chapel of the Assemblies of God Church – Ghana, Prophet Albert Asihene Arjarquah, has urged men of God operating prayer camps not to admit the sick, particularly persons with HIV/AIDS, but allow them to seek medical attention. According to him, many sicknesses have nothing to …

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Notorious criminal faces cases in 2 courts

AN ALLEGED notorious criminal arrested by the police in the Eastern Region is now facing three separate cases in two courts for his involvement in several criminal activities. The accused, a 28-year-old tailor, Paul Lartey, who lives at Kofigya, a suburb of Suhum, shuttles between the Magistrate and Circuit courts …

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Don’t abandon your duties for schooling-Commander tells military personnel

THE IMMEDIATE past Commander of the Support Services Brigade Group, Brigadier General Francis Ofori, has urged military personnel not to abandon their core duties as soldiers in pursuit of academic qualifications. Though he acknowledged the importance for the personnel to upgrade themselves, the newly appointed Commander for the Northern Command …

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