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Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie

I won’t lobby for post – Sir John

MOHAMMED AWAL A FORMER national officer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, popularly known as Sir John, has rubbished claims that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo had sidelined him in his appointments. The former NPP General Secretary told Apple FM in the USA that he …

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Dr John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast (UCC)

GES must stop “premature” transfers

DOMINIC ADOBOLI DR JOHN Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast (UCC), has bemoaned the “premature” transfer of District Directors of Education across the country. He said the Directors needed ‘time and space’ to implement their vision and that their frequent transfer was unhealthy for the Service. Dr Gatsi …

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Daniel Kojo Awer a 2016 NDC parliamentary aspirant for Awutu- Senya – East

V/R should not be divided into two — former NDC aspirant

BERNARD QUANSON A 2016 National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant in the Awutu- Senya East constituency, Mr Daniel Kojo Awer, has vehemently opposed the proposed division of the Volta Region into two. In an interview with the DAILY HERITAGE, he noted that the new Oti Region to be created from …

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Nana Doku Ewusi X, headmaster of Apam SHS

Apam SHS holds 64th speech and prize-giving day

BERNARD QUANSON A FORMER Minister of Education, Prof. Christopher Ameyaw-Ekumfi, has challenged stakeholders in the education sector to come out with innovative ways to stop students from using the internet negatively. He said the use of the internet to access pornographic materials and other negative information  by students does not …

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Alhaji Tetteh Mensah, general secretary of Kasoa market traders association

Kasoa traders rebel against new toll

BERNARD QUANSON THE LEADERSHIP of Kasoa market traders have stated that the new market toll increased from 50 p to one Ghana Cedi would be paid only if the new toll introduced by the Awutu Senya East Assembly would be used to address critical problems confronting the market. The general …

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The trailer loaded with sugar on the other side of the road

Photos: Trailer topples over ‘Circle Dubai’ interchange

KWAME LEH | A TRAILER loaded with sugar somersaulted from the top of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle overpass onto two commercial buses that had stopped in traffic at the other side of the road, damaging the part of the overpass from where it fell. The trailer, carrying two containers …

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General Manager of Golden Tulip Hotel

Golden Tulip Hotel General Manager convicted

THE GENERAL Manager of Golden Tulip Hotel, Mr Paul Kavanagh has been arraigned and convicted on his own plea after pleading guilty to the hotel’s inability to comply with the Data Protection Commission (DPC) Act (843). Though he pleaded guilty to the hotel’s failure to comply with the Act, he …

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GOIL CEO saga: Board apologizes to Akufo-Addo

The Board of Indigenous Oil Marketing Company, GOIL has rendered an apology to President  Akufo-Addo for harshly reacting to false media reports that suggested the appointment of one Mr. Osei Prempeh as its new CEO by the Akufo-Addo administration. This comes after the Office of the President dismissed claims that President …

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The late Adwoa Agyarkwa Anyimadu-Antwi

My daughter was always happy – MP laments

MEMBER OF Parliament for Asante Akim Central, Kwame Anyimadu-Antwi has said he is yet to come to terms with why his loving and jovial daughter, Adwoa Agarkwa Anyimadu-Antwi, would take her life. The first-year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology committed suicide in her hostel last …

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The deteriorating tomb supported with blocks

Atta Mills’s tomb rots: And Koku Anyidoho blames NDC for neglecting Asomdwe Park

Muntalla Inusah | THE NEW managers and security agencies manning the Asomdwe Park, the site of the tomb of the late President, Prof. John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills have threatened to deal with journalists and the general public who dare visit the area to take pictures. The new managers, …

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