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Tema BBC residents battle faecal matter

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh RESIDENTS OF BBC, a suburb of Community 2 in Tema in the Greater Accra Region, are sitting on time bomb as the sewage system in the area is choked, causing floods any time it rains. The situation is so bad that human excreta leaks any time …

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Nsawam Prisons over-populated by 337.5%

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh INFORMATION AVAILABLE to the DAILY HERITAGE indicates that the Nsawam Medium Security Prisons designed to house 800 inmates currently holds 3,500 inmates. In percentage terms, the population has increased by 337.5%. Deputy Director of Prisons for the Eastern Region, Mr Isaac Kofi Egyiri, made this known …

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Asuogyaman wants Osei-Ameyaw to contest 2020 Parliamentary election

THE ASUOGYAMAN Development Foundation, Asuogyaman Devoted Ladies and the people of Asuogyaman Constituency are calling on Mr Kofi Osei-Ameyaw to contest the 2020 Parliamentary elections. Over the weekend, posters and calendars were circulated by the Asuogyaman people in the constituency putting enormous pressure on Mr Osei-Ameyaw to consider contesting again …

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Judicial Service holds outreach programme at Donkorkrom

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh   THE JUDICIAL Service of Ghana on Monday thrilled residents of the Afram Plain with its outreach programme, which attracted massive attention. The judicial outreach event, organised as part of the efforts of the Service to sensitise and educate Ghanaians to come to terms with what …

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GIS unveils Strategic Plan Implementation C’ttee

THE COMPTROLLER-GENERAL (CG) of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), Mr. Kwame Asuah Takyi, has inaugurated a ten-member Committee for the implementation of the Service’s five-year Strategic Plan of the GIS at its National Headquarters in Accra. The CG charged the committee to discharge its duties efficiently, and ensure all deliverables …

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2 Get 15yrs for defrauding NHIS

A FORMER Medical Superintendent of the Essikado District Hospital, in the Western Region, Dr N. K. Ametewee, was on Thursday jailed 10 years by the Sekondi High Court for defrauding the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIS) to the tune of GH¢ 415, 000.00. He was convicted and sentenced together with his accomplice …

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“AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN MORE DOMESTICATED THAN WHITE MEN” – A RECENT STUDY REVEALS

A recent American research has identified African American men as the most domesticated men who support with household chores and spend more time with their children compared with white men. Visiting African American Political Scholar, Leadership Coach and Feminist Dr. Avis Jones-Deweever revealed this in an exclusive chat with Starr …

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St Peter’s Lutheran School commissions project

BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI rosemond.adjetey@yahoo.com PHOTOS BY GODFRED MANTEY ST PETER’S Lutheran School at Madina Estate, Accra, a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Schools (ELCS), has dedicated its first phase of the expansion project on Sunday to God. The colourful ceremony was also to show appreciation and gratitude to …

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Blame churches for corruption in the country – Rev Akumbie

BY BENJAMIN TANDOH THE NEWLY-APPOINTED Secretary of the Greater Accra East Assemblies of God, Rev. Alfred Kweku Akumbie, has expressed dissatisfaction about the role of churches in fighting corruption in the country. According to him, the church had done little in the fight against corruption and should be blamed for …

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Andani Family fights Asantehene over selection of Yaa Naa for Dagbon

BY ELIASU TANKO THE ANDANI Family has called for the immediate dissolution of the Committee mediating the Dagbon chieftaincy crisis as it accuses the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, chairman of the committee, of conspiracy with the government to aid the Abudus to forcibly occupy the Gbewaa Palace and perform …

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