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Addison Int’l Centre holds first ‘Emotional Intelligence’ summit in Ghana

THE ADDISON International Center for emotional intelligence (AIECI) and Nananom are holding  a three – day intensive Emotional Intelligence Summit aimed at developing the emotional capability of young people to grow to be self-confident and develop emotional skills. Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi VII, vice president National House of Chiefs The programme …

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Nanaanom to take centre stage at Emotional Intelligence Africa Summit 2018

Addison International Center for Emotional Intelligence (AICEI), an organisation dealing with emotional intelligence, is organizing Emotional Intelligence Summit 2018. The summit, taking place on the premises of the Knutsford University College behind the Mensvic Grand Hotel at East Legon in Accra, from Monday, December 10 to Wednesday, December 12, 2018, …

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Think like record breakers — Spio charges NDC members

EKWOW SPIO-GARBRAH, a flagbearer hopeful of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has charged delegates of the party to change their mindset and think like record breakers ahead of the 2020 elections. According to him, thinking like record breakers is the surest way to engage the New Patriotic Party (NPP) …

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Korle-Bu hospital, others sued by interdicted directors

TWO INTERDICTED Directors of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital have filed a suit at the Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court to seek an injunction on the advertisement of their positions as vacant. The Directors, Bright Kwame Korkoryie and Dr Nurudeen Mohammed, in a writ of summons dated November …

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All set for 6 new regions as S/Court throws out suit against referendum

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH    |     muntalla.inusah@dailyherirage.com.gh A SEVEN-MEMBER panel of the Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed the suit challenging the constitutionally of the planned referendum for the creation of six new regions. The apex court in its ruling said “provisions of Article 5 are clear and contain no ambiguity.” …

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11 to grab 2018 Logistics and Transport awards

THE TECHNICAL evaluation committee of the 2018 Logistics and Transport Awards has selected 11 institutions and individuals as winners and runner ups for awards in 15 different categories. The selection of the awardees was based on their outstanding performance in relevant operations within the logistics and transport sector in the …

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Amnesty Intl Ghana launches 2018 ‘Write for Rights’ campaign

BY PHILIP ANTOH   |   Philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, Ghana has launched the 2018 ‘Write for Rights’ campaign in Accra aimed at fighting for the rights of individuals who speak the truth. The campaign, according to the Country Director, Robert Akoto Amoafo, is a support Amnesty International gives to people whose lives …

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Support us advocate road safety — Ing Obiri-Yeboah

BY PHILIP ANTOH   |   philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh THE CHIEF Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC, Ing. May Obiri-Yeboah, has called on Ghanaians to support the Commission with logistics to effectively carry out the core mandate of educating and sensitising road users to matters of road safety. According to …

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Rabito Clinic to build Medical School

FROM PATRICE SYLVESTER SELORMEY, HO   |   2015@gamil.com A DERMATOLOGY University (Medical School) is to be established soon by Rabito Clinic as it celebrates its 44th anniversary. The Dermatology Medical School, when established, would be the first of its kind in the country and the world as a whole. It would …

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Fix eastern corridor road: Concerned users urge govt

FROM PATRICE SYLVESTER SELORMEY, HOHOE SOME CONCERNED Eastern corridor road users have expressed displeasure at the deplorable state of the road. At a peaceful demonstration in Hohoe, the road users urged the government to, as a matter of urgency, attend to the road now or be prepared to face their …

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