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Believe in potential – Fibre Optics expert urges Ghanaians

A FIBRE optics inventor and nanotechnology expert, Dr Thomas Mensah, has urged Ghanaian citizens to exhibit the ‘Can Do Spirit’ to be able to meet recent and future challenges. Dr Mensah, while addressing the 108th edition of the Speech and Prize-giving Day of Adisadel College (his alma mater) recently in …

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Rich cultural display heralds Mt. Sinai Meth. Church 50th Anniv. celebrations

The Mount Sinai Society of the Methodist Church, Atomic-Kwabenya has launched its 50th anniversary celebration with a call on Christians to look at their lives and correct all the wrongs within the church before blaming others for the ills in the country. “Christians should check themselves at the individual, family, …

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African’s largest e-health project in Ghana completed

DUTCH COMPANY Delft Imaging Systems has completed the largest African e-health and tuberculosis project in Ghana known as 51 X-ray systems. The systems were installed this March across the country to accelerate Tuberculosis (TB) case detection in Ghana. This installation came ahead of World Tuberculosis Day that fell last Saturday, …

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GJA honours NIB boss

THE GHANA Journalists Association (GJA) has presented a citation to the Managing Director of the National Investment Bank (NIB), Dr John Asamoah, for supporting the 2018 Ghana GJA Awards and the journalism profession in general in the country.   Presenting the citation to him, the president of the GJA, Mr …

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Tourism is Ghana’s future -GTA CEO

BY DAAKYEHENE OFOSU-AGYEMANG     THE CHIEF Executive Officer (CEO) of Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), Mr Akwasi Agyemang, has said the country’s economic future depends on tourism and not gold, timber or oil that are usually referred to.   According to GTA boss, countries like United Arab Emirates, Singapore and …

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Wisa faces judgement on April 25

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah2dailyheritage.com.gh   THE GENDER Division of the Accra Circuit Court presided over by Her Honour Mrs Abena Oppong Adjin-Doku has fixed April 25 to deliver its judgement in the case of Eugene Ashie, aka Wisa, a hip life artiste facing trial for indecent exposure.   This was …

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School of Hygiene graduates to be employed – Ato Arthur

THE LOCAL Government Service says it will be unable to employ some five hundred unemployed School of Hygiene graduates until it receives financial clearance from the Finance Ministry.   Graduates of the Schools of Hygiene across the country on Tuesday picketed at the office of the Head of Local Government Services and demanded to …

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World Water Day: Nestle, IFRC improve 17,000 rural livelihoods with WASH

CLEAN WATER and Sanitation are key to everyday life and the development of people irrespective of their location.   While the world’s population rapidly grows, availability of water and sanitation presents a different story, more significantly in rural communities.   The 2017 Joint Monitoring Programme report by the World Health …

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All must help with road safety – Expert

THE DIRECTOR of PB Protection Centre, a Health, Safety and Environment Consultancy Firm, Philip Nana Asante, has called on Ghanaians to join in the fight against road accident, especially during the Easter period. Nana Asante is therefore pleading with road users to comply with road safety rules by exercising maximum …

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US military base saga: Govt disrespected Ghanaians – STRANEK

BY BENJAMIN TANDOH THE STRATEGIC Thinkers Network (STRANEK) Africa, a policy think tank, has expressed its concern about the potential establishment of the United States (US) military base in the country. According to them, the government did not show respect to Ghanaians before going into agreement with their US counterpart. …

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