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With the genuine determination to get more children enrolled into school, the NDC government introduced the Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE) programme in 1996. It included a cost-sharing scheme to cover non-tuition fees, under which parents were expected to bear limited expenses. Within this framework and other related education programmes …

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CyberGhana takes delivery of equipment for ultra-modern Cyber Security Labs

Cyber Ghana, a humanitarian based Non-Governmental Organisation based in Ghana has taken delivery of equipment for the establishment of ultra-modern cyber security laboratories across the country under its skill-based training scheme dubbed NICESTEP. The National Institute for Cybersecurity, Technology and Engineering programme, NICESTEP, is an initiative by Cyberghana and funded …

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Accra-Kumasi Highway: Three dead, others severely injured in fatal accident

THREE PERSONS have died in a fatal accident involving a VVIP bus with registration number GL 527-14 at Amanase near the Suhum stretch of the Accra to Kumasi highway. The Bus was carrying about 43 passengers. Many of the passengers reportedly suffered serious injuries some in critical condition hence rushed to …

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Don’t joke with Social Protection-KMA Director of Social Welfare

THE PLATFORMS provided by the Ministry of Children, Gender and Social Protection, UNICEF and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) like Send-Ghana have increased the assessment tools at the various Metropolitans, Municipals and District Assemblies, Madam Esther Apraku-Nyarko, the Director of Social Welfare at the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has said. To …

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Murder of 64-yr-old Bio-Chemist: 3 Traditional priests caged again

The Kaneshie District Court presided over by Her Worship Rosemond Dodua Agyri has adjourned the case in which three traditional priests have been held for the murder of a 64-year-old Bio-Chemist Edward Quartey Papafio to September 7, 2020. This was after the prosecution led by Detective Inspector Lawrence Anani had …

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Pastor who refused to wear nose mask granted GHC10k bail

The Attorney General’s (AG) Department has requested for the docket on a female pastor, Joyce Oyedele, who was detained Wednesday by the Circuit in Accra after she was arraigned for refusing to wear a nose mask in public. Her appearance in court on stirred controversy when her lawyer Yaw Danquah …

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Ablakwa condemns insulting WASSCE candidates

Former Deputy Minister of Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has berated some WASSCE candidates who have heaped tonnes of insult on President Akufo Addo. Some students of Sekondi College in the Western Region currently writing the WASSCE examinations have rained insults on the President following their failure to answer some of …

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Fire ravages Koforidua market centre; 7 shops burnt

Fire has gutted at least seven shops in Juaben Serwaa Market in Koforidua in the Eastern Regional Capital. The incident happened Wednesday dawn. Some traders trooped to the market upon hearing the incident in an attempt to salvage items from their shops. Fire Fighters have arrived at the scene trying …

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Starr FM’s Fact-Checker will sanitise Ghana’s politics – Ablakwa

North Tongu lawmaker Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has praised the EIB Network over the new Fact-Checker show on Starr FM. According to him, the show’s focus on cross-checking facts and claims by politicians will help lift the standard of discourse in the public space as the country inches towards the 2020 …

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MMT workers chase out managers; Vow to petition Otumfuo

The workers of the Metro Mass Transit Company have resolved to petition the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II over what they describe as unfair treatment from management of the company. Incensed by the interdiction of their junior staff chair, the striking workers Thursday morning drove out the deputy managing director …

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