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Wesley Grammar ‘93-year group renovates sick-bay  

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh THE 1993-YEAR group of Wesley Grammar Senior High School has refurbished the sick-bay of the school to help improve the health conditions of the students. The renovation formed part of the old students’ initiative to give back to their alma mater many years after successfully completing …

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This tilapia ‘ban’ makes nonsense of the scientific method

BY CAMERON DUODU ON THE face of it, we should be grateful to the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development for acting so very fast to save us from the danger that it says threatens our food supply system through the “spread of Tilapia Lake Virus.” According to the Ministry …

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I give not because I have- Ibrah Wan

BY ERICA ARTHUR CELEBRATED GHANAIAN philanthropist and businessman, Ibrahim Daouda, also known as Ibrah Wan has disclosed that he gives out to the needy not because he has surplus. According to the young businessman, he is inspired by the smile he sees on people’s faces after helping them and it …

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Importance of eating fish

Fish is high in important nutrients It lowers risk of heart attacks and strokes Fish contains nutrients that are crucial during development Increases grey matter in the brain and protects it from age-related deterioration Helps prevent and in treatment of depression, making you a happier person Is the only good …

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Crop Research decries lack of support to fight Fall Army Worm

THE CROP Research Institute has deplored lack of government support in fighting the Fall Armyworm invasion.   Director of the Institute, Dr Stella Ama Ennin, says the support received by the Institute is channelled into the screening of insecticides developed in other countries.   Speaking at the Africa Scientific Renaissance …

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Govt should create opportunities in the extractive industry-Experts

BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI Rosemond.adjetey@yahoo.com   EXPERTS HAVE advised the government to focus on opportunities that the mining sector presents to the economy and develop them. According to them, not only will the mining sector generate revenue from taxes but also with a careful look at the leakages between the …

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Teshie PRESEC ’93 year group launches silver anniv.

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh OLD STUDENTS of Teshie Presbyterian Secondary School (TPSS) – Class of ’93 – have launched their 25th silver anniversary aimed at giving back to the school. The ’93 year group consists of two batches, the final batch of GCE O’ Level and the first batch of …

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NDC and NPP operate like Mafia clans – Dr Yao Graham

BY ELIKEM PRINCE AKOENYENU THE EXECUTIVE Director of Third World Network has stated that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) perform their functions when in government like ‘mafia’ clans. According to Dr Yao Graham, there is lack of political claim and political legitimacy; therefore they …

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‘Who Watches The Watchman’: Apologise or I sue – Retd Prosecutor to Ken Agyepong

BY KWAME ACHEAMPONG RETIRED PUBLIC Prosecutor Ellen C. Kwawukume has asked the Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Mr Kennedy Agyepong, to apologise for impugning her reputation in his ‘Who Watches the Watchman’ video or face a suit. According to her, the MP unfairly edited the said video to create the …

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Engage Now Africa donates equipment to GIS’s clinic

ENGAGE NOW Africa, a charity organisation, has donated medical supplies and assorted items to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Clinic at its headquarters in Accra. The donation formed part of the organisation’s effort to help improve the health of individuals, communities and society. The items included mattresses, an air-conditioner, a …

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