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Rev. Dr Joseph K. K. Baisie (M), Rev. Ernest Birikorang (L) and Mr. Kofi Lucas

Assemblies of God Church interacts with media

PAUL AMPONG-MENSAH & WISDOM DZOKPO THE GREATER Accra Regional Secretariat of the Assemblies of God Church has held its maiden press briefing at the church’s head office with a view to building a strong and workable relationship with the media. The event was organised primarily to bring on board all …

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Nana Akuamoah Dompeh Addo II, in a handshake with some of the dignatries after the installation while other sub-chiefs look on

Obomeng needs education fund —Abakomahene

PHILIP ANTOH THE NEWLY installed Abakomahene of Obomeng Kwahu in the Eastern Region, Nana Akuamoah Dompreh Addo II, has assured the people of Obomeng that he would work hand-in-hand with the other chiefs and elders of the town to set up an education fund to help needy students in the …

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The deceased, Ms Leticia Amartey hanged herself on the reservoir

25-yr-old woman hangs herself on reservoir

KWADWO ANIM A TWENTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD LADY, Leticia Amartey, has committed suicide at the Ekye Presbyterian Health Centre in Affram Plains in the Eastern Region. She was seen hanging on a reservoir near the hospital on Monday morning. Leticia was said to have been taking care of her sick mother at the hospital, …

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Participants at the launch of the vernacular versions of the National Anthem and the National Pledge

NCCE launches National Anthem in 12 Ghanaian languages

IDDI YIRE THE NATIONAL Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), as part of its contributions towards the celebrations of Ghana’s 60th anniversary, has launched the translated versions of the National Anthem and the National Pledge into 12 Ghanaian languages. The languages are Akwapim Twi, Ashanti Twi, Dagaare, Dagbani, Dangme, Ewe, Ga, …

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PHOTOS: Heavily loaded truck runs into 16 vehicles at Accra New Town

An articulated truck has ran into over sixteen (16) vehicles parked along the road side at Accra Newtown after it breaks failed today [Monday] afternoon. No casualties were recorded was recorded but the extent of damage is severe. Below are pictures from the accident scene:

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Taxi driver commits suicide at Half Assini

A TAXI driver identified as Aye and believed to be in his mid 30’s has committed suicide at Half Assini in Jomoro district of the Western Region. According to  a resident in the area, Philomena Yirankyi, who disclosed to mynewsgh.com the deceased who is married to a certain Tayiba committed the act on Saturday …

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14 dead on highway accident

KWESI EWUR GHANSAH FOURTEEN LIVES have perished in a fatal accident that occurred at Gomoa Mprumeim near Apam Junction on the Cape Coast-Accra highway. This tragic incident involved a Sprinter bus with the registration number (GM1129-16) and a big truck with registration number GE 3282-x had a head-on collision. The …

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Madam Joyce Bawa Mogtari, former Deputy Minister for Transport

I don’t mind if NPP rules for 8 years – NDC’s ex Campaign Spokesperson

FORMER CAMPAIGN spokesperson for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), in the 2016 general elections, Madam Joyce Bawa Mogtari has said she won’t be bothered should the ruling New Patriotic Party rules for eight years (8). Speaking with Bola Ray on Starr Chat, Wednesday, the former Deputy Minister for Transport disclosed that …

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Gunshots at NPP Ledzokuku constituency meeting

FIRING OF gun shots reportedly filled the air during the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Ledzokuku constituency general meeting on Sunday after chaos ensued between party members who had gathered at the event. There was confusion after a group of party supporters who are campaigning for the Constituency Youth Organizer Dennis Tetteh, …

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The millipedes have invaded almost every part of the hospital

Begoro Govt Hosp. attacked: By millipedes, doctors, patients under siege

MILLIPEDES HAVE invaded the Begoro Government Hospital creating uneasy condition for patients and staff at the facility. The Millipedes have flooded the compound of the hospital and invaded some wards and offices of the health facility. Hospital authorities are struggling to control the insects. The DAILY HERITAGE sources at the …

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