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The supposed juju at the entrance of the staff common room

E/R: Juju scare grips teachers

Some new teachers transferred to the Soda D/A Junior High School in the Affram Plains South District of the Eastern region are living in a state of terror. The new teachers, who were transferred to the school to fill the vacuum created following the dismissal of 15 others, were welcomed …

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Ex-President John Mahama

The shock of 2016 election results still in mind – NDC

MEMBERS OF the John Mahama Fan Club in Bongo in the Upper East Region say the shock of the 2016 Presidential and Parliamentary elections would forever remain in the minds of the leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). A statement issued by the Communication Director of the Party, Mr …

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Mr David Yaro, Administrator-General

Use handover notes to protect state assets:  Ministers told

BEATRICE ASAMANI-SAVAGE & GODWILL ARTHUR-MENSAH THE ADMINISTRATOR-GENERAL has tasked the would-be Ministers of State to digest their predecessors’ handover notes so as to protect State assets and to perform their duties effectively. Mr David Yaro said should they find any state asset unaccountable for or missing, their predecessors should be …

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Police deny buffalo, lion invasion

KOBINA WELSING POLICE IN the Northern Region have denied reports that two wild animals have strayed into two districts fatally goring and mauling eight villagers. Some residents claim that a buffalo wandered into Jindaratu, a village in the East Gonja District and trampled to death six persons, and, a lion …

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Senior Minister-designate, Yaw Osafo Maafo

We’ll review 40-year National Development Plan- Osafo Maafo

SENIOR MINISTER-designate, Yaw Osafo Maafo, has stated that government will review the 40-year National Development Plan (NDP). According to Mr Maafo, the targets will be achieved if the period is reduced from 40 to 10 years. He told the Appointment Committee during the Ministerial vetting that, “I was part of …

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Kadehene Osabarima Agyare Tenadu II (middle in cloth) in a group photograph with the various departmental heads in the palace

Akufo-Addo offered 40 acres of land: For one-district one-factory project

Muntalla Inusah | THE PEOPLE of Kade in the Kwabibriem District of the Eastern Region, led by Kadehene, Osabarima Agyare Tenadu II, have reserved a 40-acre land for the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo- led administration to build a factory in the district as part of the ‘one district one …

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Girl, 6, burnt to death

KOJO ANSAH A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl has been confirmed dead by the police in Somanya in the Eastern Region. The girl was burnt after she accidently soaked herself in kerosene and later got close to an open fire and got herself ablaze.  Confirming the incident to the DAILY HERITAGE, the Somanya …

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The damaged car

E/R: Eight dead, several others injured in gory accident

Eight passengers have died in a gory accident that occurred along the Akosombo to Kpone road in the Eastern region. Several others have been injured and hospitalized. Three persons died on the spot while five others later died in the hospital. The death toll is likely to increase due to …

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Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie, Chief Fire Officer

GNFS warns gas filling stations

THE COMMAND of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has noted with great concern current rate of fires at gas filling stations with the concomitant loss of lives and valuable facilities. A statement signed by DOI Prince Billy Anaglate, the Public Relations Officer of the GNFS, noted that “the Command …

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Salifu Saeed, former District Chief Executive for Nanumba North

Ex-DCE appointed Northern Regional Minister

ELIASU TANKO A FORMER District Chief Executive for Nanumba North in the Northern Region who was the brain behind a lasting ceasefire between the Konkomba tribe and the majority Nanumba tribe in a longstanding emancipation and self-recognition war that killed two dozen and displaced more than one million people  have …

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