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Disinfection of tertiary institutions takes-off in Accra, ahead of re-opening on Jan 9

THE THIRD of Tertiary Institutions disinfection by government which is spearheaded by waste management giant Zoomlion Ghana Limited has commenced on Wednesday. The exercise underway in all regions across the country simultaneously is expected to see over 73 tertiary schools disinfected in the Greater Accra Region within three days. This …

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Ahead of schools reopening – Govt, Zoomlion disinfect 3 universities, 681 SHSs&JHSs in Bono East Region

  Mr George Manu, Bono East Regional Mamager Zoomlion   THE BONO East Regional Manager of Zoomlion, Mr George Manu, has assured the people of Bono East that the company would by January 14, 2021 finished the disinfection of three tertiary institutions and 681 senior high schools, Technical and vocational …

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Georgia election: Democrats on course for Senate control

The Democratic Party of US President-elect Joe Biden is on the verge of taking control of the Senate as results come in from two elections in Georgia. Raphael Warnock, a pastor from Atlanta, is projected to have won one of the seats. The other is on a knife-edge. If the …

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Bagbin faces Oquaye as MPs look for new Speaker tonight

MEMBERS OF the National Democratic Congress in Parliament have nominated experienced lawmaker and current Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin as Speaker in the 8th Parliament which begins Thursday. The Nadowli Kaleo lawmaker will come against his current boss Speaker Mike Oquaye as the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has …

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Ghana’s democracy rotting under “con” Akufo-Addo – Haruna Attah

THE FORMER  Ambassador to Namibia, Alhaji Haruna Attah has described President Nana Akufo-Addo as a Con, adding that Ghana’s democracy is gradually rotting under his government. In an article, the former editor of the Accra Daily Mail said the tenure of Mr. Akufo-Addo as president has seen a “collusion between …

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7th Parliament dissolves tonight

THE 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic will be dissolved at Midnight today Wednesday 6th January 2021. The dissolution is in accordance with Article 113(1) of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana. Immediately after 12 am, newly elected members of the incoming session of Parliament will convene to elect a Speaker and …

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NYSE does a U-turn on Chinese telecoms delistings

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has scrapped its decision to delist three Chinese telecoms companies. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in November barring American investments in Chinese firms owned or controlled by the military. The NYSE announced on 31 December that it would delist China Mobile, China …

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Deadly flash floods tear through Bolivia’s Sucre city

FLASH FLOODS  have killed at least four people in the Bolivian city of Sucre, police say. Following a heavy hailstorm which lasted about half an hour, some of the city’s steep streets became fast-flowing rivers. Water rushed down the streets dragging along cars, buses and market stalls. The worst affected …

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Georgia Senate election: Control of Congress up for grabs

The US state of Georgia is going to the polls in a vote that will decide whether President-elect Joe Biden’s Democrats control the Senate. Mr Biden’s party needs to win both the state’s runoff elections to gain full control of Congress and with it the power to push forward his …

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Sall trial: Supreme Court judges ‘played ostrich’ – Kwaku Azar

LAWYER AND  Accounting Professor, Stephen Kwaku Asare, raised concerns over the Supreme Court ruling which removed the injunction on the MP-elect for Hohoe Peter Amewu. The Supreme Court has unanimously granted the Attorney General’s application to set aside the Ho High Court injunction on Hohoe MP-elect Peter Amewu. The unanimous …

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