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Ghana Statistical Service calls on Chief Imam

THE GOVERNMENT Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, has paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam, Sheik Dr Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, to inspire the involvement of all stakeholders in the 2020 Population and Housing Census (PHC). Being the first in a series of visits to religious leaders in the …

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Regulate activities of GNPC — IFS to Govt

BY PRINCE ESSIN THE INSTITUTE for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has called on the government of Ghana to regulate the activities of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) as it causes the state to lose a lot of money invested in the petroleum sector. According to IFS, GNPC receives close to …

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Introduction of CSE is to remove learning barriers – GNACOPS

BY PHILIP ANTOH THE GHANA National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) has appealed to Ghanaians to drop the uproar against and rejection of the much-talked-about Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) being introduced by the Ministry of Education in the new school curriculum. The council says, “we accept the CSE because it …

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Ghana to end plastic waste threat — Prez assures Ghanaians

THE PRESIDENT of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has launched the Ghana National Plastics Action Partnership, which seeks to stop the growth of global plastic pollution, and also ensure, among other things, that plastics do not find their way into the country’s marine bodies. At the launch of the initiative …

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Increase in Communication Service Tax takes effect today

BY PHILIP ANTOH GHANA HAS increased the Communication Service Tax (CST) but many members of the general public remain unaware of its implementation let alone the increase. The CST was hiked from 6% to 9% in the mid-year review and supplementary budget presented to Parliament by Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, the …

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Fix the railway lines to cut cost..•Tarkwa miners to govt

BY ROSEMOND AKUORKOR ADJETEY | Rosemond.adjetey@yahoo.com MINING COMPANIES in the Western Region are calling on the government to, as matter of urgency, fix the Western Railway lines to enable them to transport heavy equipment and raw materials to prevent the roads in the region from further damage. Mr Benjamin Atsu …

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Mining companies appeal to Minerals Commission•To stop imposing fines on imported inputs

BY ROSEMOND AKUORKOR ADJETEY |   Rosemond.adjetey@yahoo.com MINING COMPANIES have appealed to the Minerals Commission to stop imposing fines on imported inputs that are not available on the Ghanaian market.   The tour on Monday and Tuesday took the parliamentary committee to Ghana Manganese Company (GMC), AngloGold Iduapriem Mines and Goldfields Tarkwa …

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One shot dead as Okada riders clash with Police at Senchi

BY KOJO ANSAH ONE PERSON has been confirmed dead in clashes between Police and angry Okada riders at Senchi in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region. The deceased was shot when police were firing warning shots to disperse the mob who had massed up  at the police station to demand …

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Heavy demo to hit Ho

FROM PATRICE SYLVESTER SELORMEY, KPEVE | pselormey2015@gmail.com A MEGA demonstration will hit Ho, the Volta Regional capital, soon to press home demands on the government to fix roads in the region. Meanwhile as a precursor to the Ho demonstration, concerned citizens of South Dayi District have embarked on a five-hour massive …

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Court dismisses BoG application against uniCredit suit

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE VACATION court in Accra has dismissed an application by lawyers of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) asking the court to struck out uniCredit case challenging the Central Bank’s letter revoking its operational licence. UniCredit, after the Central Bank revoked it licence, filed an application …

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