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OPINION: STOP ATTACKS ON PRESS FREEDOM, AKUFO-ADDO.

By Efo Edem “Freedom of the press is not just important to democracy, it is democracy” – Walter Cronkite The aim of the press is to inform us on the happenings around us, whether it is good news or bad news. The press should therefore be seen to be propagating …

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EU launches over 2.12million Euros ReDIAL Project to improve soil fertility in Ghana

An initiative by the European Union (EU) to support Ghana with an amount of 2.12 million Euros to enable the implementation of the Research for Development and Innovation Agriculture and Learning (ReDIAL) Project has attracted government applauds. The ReDIAL project piloted in five farming municipal/districts in the country, would last …

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Effia-Nkwanta dialysis unit closed down over GHc150k debts

The dialysis Unit at the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in the Western Region has been shut down for almost a month now due to non-payment of consumables supplied to the unit. In October 2019, the Effia-Nwanta Hospital entered an agreement with VAO engineering services to supply consumables to its new dialysis …

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YPYC announces 11th YPRM award nominees for 2020

A PRO youth charity organisation which operates under the umbrella name Young Professionals and Youth Coalition (YPYC) has released the various award categories for the 2020 Young Professionals Role Model (YPRM) version of the prestigious program. The ceremony features competitive, non- competitive, and Honorary categories and it will also cover …

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Election 2020: Abu Jinapor will unseat Mutawakilu – Ephson

POLLSTER BEN  Ephson says  Deputy Chief of Staff at the presidency Samuel Abu Jinapor will unseat incumbent MP for Damango Adam Mutwakilu in the December polls. Following his prediction, he noted that he has seen a response from the MP’s aide and he was waiting for the outcome of the …

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Gyan brothers wanted by Police for assault

FORMER BLACK  Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan are wanted by the Ghana police for assaulting Godwin Martey, the CEO of Web Soft Solutions. The two were taking part in a tennis training match which involved the brother of Baffour, Asamoah Gyan the former captain of the …

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We don’t have money to monitor December polls – CSOs

CIVIL SOCIETY Organizations (CSOs) are sounding the alarm bells over their inability to adequately monitor the upcoming December 7 elections. They believe that their inability to monitor the polls will adversely affect the fairness of the elections. The CSOs are blaming the development on lack of funds as a result …

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Program manager of NMCP undertook inspection of Zoomlion’s mosquito control exercise in Accra and Kumasi

THE PROGRAMME Manager of the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Keziah Malm led a delegation from her outfit to inspect an on-going larval Source Management activity undertaken by Zoomlion in some parts of the Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions. Larval Source Management forms part …

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EIB’s Francisca Dickson up for OFAB, Ghana Energy awards 2020

EIB Network’s business news reporter (GHOne TV) Francisca Dickson Arhin is set for two separate awards this month following her impactful stories in agriculture and energy. Miss Arhin will pick the first of the two awards in the upcoming Open Forum Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB) media awards this Friday, October 16, …

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Effect of Ghana’s NHIS on health care utilization: The focus on NDC, NPP manifestos

The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is a social intervention program introduced by government to provide financial access to quality health care for residents in Ghana. The introduction of the national health insurance scheme (NHIS) in Ghana in 2003 significantly contributed to improved health services utilization and health outcomes. However, …

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