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Lions Club holds free medical outreach for Eid-ul-fitr celebrants at Independence Square

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | AS PART of activities to render its social service to the people, the Ghana Lions Club has organised a free health screening exercise for Muslims who marked the Eid-ul-fitr celebration at the Independence Square. The exercise, which was aimed at affording the Muslims the opportunity …

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Fisheries Minister gives LEKMA Polyclinic haematology analyzer on 6th anniv.

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH |  THE MINISTER of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Mrs Elizabeth Afoley Quaye, has presented a blood-testing equipment, haematology analyzer, to the LEKMA Polyclinic during its 6th anniversary since it started operating. The equipment, according to experts, is used to run tests on blood samples and also …

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Berekusohene supports Doris Gyamo national clean-up campaign

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | THE CHIEF and the people of Berekuso, in collaboration with Doris Gyamo Foundation, have staged a massive clean-up exercise to launch the Doris Gyamo national clean-up campaign to whip up the spirit for environmental cleanliness in all the 16 regions in the country.   The …

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Poet OmamaKidash on Sanitation and Deforestation

GHANAIAN POET, Omama Kidash, whose real name is Godwin Asare, has added his voice to the campaign against filth and deforestation in the country. He believes that going green and smelling good are keys to our basic survival. OmamaKidash is a poet, playwright, and teacher (Pentecost Senior High School, Koforidua). …

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Rich & Bard cleans up Osu

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | Mr Leeford Kpakpo Quarshie, the Constituency Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, in the gutters with members of Rich & Bard A YOUTH group operating under the umbrella name Rich & Bard-Kinka We at Osu in the Greater Accra Region has embarked on a massive clean-up …

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Ghana needs health and safety Act

BY PHILIP ANTOH | A HEALTH, Safety and Environmental Expert and Director of PB Protection Centre, Mr Philip Nana Asante, has stated that Ghana is lagging behind in basic occupational, general health and safety practices. According to him, the country, though does not have the health and safety Act, …

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95% of chicken in big supermarkets is bad and unwholesome – Poultry farmer

THE CHIEF Executive Officer of Joerees Farms, Mr Joseph Boakye-Yiadom, has revealed that a whopping 95% of chicken in big supermarkets in Ghana is unwholesome and harmful for human consumption. Mr Boakye-Yiadom made this revelation in an exclusive interview with Ghana Crusader at his chicken processing site at Oyarifa, a …

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45% of Ghanaian youth get STIs through kissing’

BY PHILIP ANTOH |   THREE SENIOR nurses who co-authored a book, ‘Kissing and Your Health,’ have revealed that 45% of students in both junior and senior high schools in the country have contracted sexually transmitted diseases through the act of kissing. According to them, most of these young people …

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NABCO beneficiaries threaten demo over unpaid allowances

Employees under the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) are set to embark on a nationwide demonstration over unpaid allowances. The programme, which currently employs some 99,000 youth, has faced challenges with beneficiaries leaving the policy without notifying their respective offices. Some of the beneficiaries since their employment in 2018 have been …

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157 foreign trained Ghanaian doctors fail Medical, Dental Council exams

A total of 157 out of 225 foreign trained Ghanaian doctors have failed the Medical and Dental Council (MDC)’s examinA total of 157 out of 225 foreign trained Ghanaian doctors have failed the Medical and Dental Council (MDC)’s examination which grants them the licences to practice in Ghana. Only 68, …

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