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S/Court throws out Ayariga’s suit against govt projects

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH  | A SEVEN-MEMBER panel of the Supreme Court has struck out a case brought before it by the Member of Parliament for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga, challenging the modalities of some social intervention programmes initiated by the government. The panel chaired by Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo …

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Police invite Yamoah Ponko over NDC violence

A LEADING figure of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Afrifa Yamoah Ponko, has been invited by the police in Kumasi over the violence that led to the death of one person at the party’s regional office. He reported at the Central Police station in Kumasi. The police have so far named four …

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Chief Justice warns lawyers over cut-and-paste documents

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | THE CHIEF Justice (CJ), Sophia Akuffo, has issued a stern warning to lawyers and their clients to be wary of the cut-and-paste syndrome when initiating an action at the Supreme Court. The CJ said the apex court was being flooded with cut-and-paste writs, which is …

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Supreme Ladies Club donates items to Korle Bu Children’s ward

BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI THE SUPREME Ladies Club has donated items worth GH¢10,000.00 to the Children’s Ward at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital to support the department give better treatment to the children hospitalised. Hajia Muina Buari, president of the non-profit club, explained to the DAILY HERITAGE that they …

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284 fail Professional law exams, 177 referred; 64 pass

TWO HUNDRED and eighty four (284) students out of the total of 526 who took the professional law examination last year have failed the entire programme and have been repeated in the latest result which has been sighted on the notice board of the Ghana School of Law. Also, 177 have been referred in various …

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Krowor MP pays mock fees for 2019 BECE candidates at KROMA

BY MUNTALLA.INUSAH | THE MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for the Krowor, Mrs Elizabeth Afoley Quaye, has absorbed the mock fees of all 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates in public schools in the area. Mrs Quaye hugging one of the candidates This gesture to the numerous candidates in …

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NDC shooting: Police declare 4 ‘Hawks’ wanted

THE ASHANTI Regional Police Command has declared four persons alleged to be members of pro-National Democratic Congress(NDC) vigilante group ‘The Hawks’ wanted over the shooting incident at the regional office of the NDC on Monday, February18, 2019. One person died while another person is in critical condition at the Komfo …

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Health and safety requirements in public and private hospitals:Achimota hospital in perspective

BY PHILIP NANA ASANTE AN INTERNATIONAL LabourOrganisation (ILO) global statistical report saysthere are about 270 million occupational accidents as well as 160 million occupational diseases recorded every year, while around two million deaths occur every year through occupational accidents and diseases. It is morally, legally and economically right for employers …

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Six new districts to be inaugurated on Tuesday

GOVERNMENT WILL tomorrow (Tuesday) February 19, 2019 simultaneously inaugurate  six newly created assemblies and districts. They are Korle Klottey assembly with the capital Osu, Ablekuma Central assembly with the capital Lartebiokorshie and Ayawaso Central assembly with Kokomlemle as its capital. The rest are Akyease Assembly with Akyease as its capital, Anloga District with …

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AWW violence enquiry: President petitioned to expand Commission’s terms of reference

TWOP PRIVATE citizens of Ghana, Eric Nartey Yeboah and Yussif Ibrahim Bangsua have petitioned the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo to extend the terms of reference of the Ayawaso West Wougon by-elections commission of inquiry to include other previous by-elections in the county. In an 11 point petition presented to the …

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