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Akufo-Addo names NDC guru Special Prosecutor  

THE PRESIDENT of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has nominated Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu as the Special Prosecutor, subject to the approval of Parliament. According to President Akufo-Addo, the Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo, by a letter dated Thursday, January 11, 2018, exercised her power of nomination, and submitted …

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Ghana stands a great chance-Hockey prez

By Roland B Tamakloe THE PRESIDENT of the Ghana Hockey Association, Mr Richard Akpokavie, has said he believes in the capability of the teams representing Ghana at the African club championship. At a press conference yesterday at the Theodosia Okoh Hockey Stadium, he said hockey in Ghana had progressed very …

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CJ, IGP, Speaker must be elected – lawyer 

BY KOJO ANSAH A LEGAL and governance luminary, Mr Isaac M. Larbi has opined that for Ghana’s democracy to further strive there is the need to amend the 1992 Constitution to ensure that election is held for certain key positions such as the Chief Justice, Inspector General of Police, Speaker …

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Impact Souls Missions donate to Korle-Bu accident victims

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh   Mrs Catharine Hamilton, Greater Accra Regional Manager of NRSC presenting the items to Principal Nursing Officer in charge of Ward D, Mrs Cynthia Lartey while Rev Crabbe and other nurses look on (inset) the CEO of MSC presenting a cheque to Rev Crabbe IMPACT SOULS Mission …

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Court to rule on Lebanese rape suspect bail on Monday

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE CRIMINAL Court in Accra presided over by Justice Kofi Dorghu has fixed Monday January 15 to determine a bail application by Lebanese national on remand for rape charges. Praying the court for bail through his lawyer, Mr Ralph Opoku-Adusei, Rabih Haddad, 39, told the court that …

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‘High Table’ chairs embarrass Ghana

BY BENJAMIN TANDOH CONCERNS HAVE been raised about the state of furniture used at some important State functions. During the launch in Accra last month of the ‘HeForShe’ campaign, an initiative by the United Nations (UN) to promote gender equality and empower women,  the DAILY HERITAGE observed that the chairs …

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Pupils turned water fetching machines .At Pig Farm Basic School

  BY FRANCISCA EMEFA ENCHILL The backgrounds of children, their upbringing and luxuries of life, surely vary but what makes this variation unfair is when all these children have to sit in examination halls to answer the same set of questions in the Basic Education Certificate Examination, a prerequisite to …

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Courts In Ghana Throw Out Lawyers Over ‘Expired’ Licenses

Courts in Ghana have started the enforcement of orders by the General Legal Council (GLC) not to allow any lawyer to represent their clients in court if they have not renewed their solicitors license for the year 2018. Lawyers over the years have ignored the provision of the law that …

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Rejected’ immigration job seekers share regret, disappointment

BY LOIS DOGBE, INTERN GIJ THE GHANA Immigration Service (GIS) last year announced that the service was embarking on a recruitment exercise and this communiqué was shared on all the national media outlets. After the public announcement, it emerged that over 15, 000 young Ghanaians applicants purchased the forms, but …

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‘Suspend TV License Prosecutions, Engage Dialogue’ -GBC Board Orders

The governing board of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), has ordered the state broadcaster’s management to halt any plans of instituting legal actions against persons that may fail to comply with payment of their TV license. The board has also instructed management of the GBC to engage stakeholders as part …

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