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Residents complain about ‘poor’ constructing on Volta roads

   SOME RESIDENTS of Kpenoe, Takla and Hodzo in the Volta Region are not happy with construction works being undertaken by contractors Vellim and Co Limited. This follows reports of shoddy works on a road that stretches from Ho 66 Artillery Regiment through Kpenoe, Takla to Hodzo. The residents are …

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25th anniv. of Adeiso Presby SHS launched

DESK REPORT THE SILVER jubilee celebration of Adeiso Senior High School (SHS) was launched last Friday, September 22, 2017, at the school’s assembly hall with lots of goodwill commitments from past and current students. Addressing the 25th year launch on the theme ‘Quality Senior High Education: A Vehicle For National Development,’ …

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Penplusbytes builds media capacity to set agenda

A KEY ingredient to promoting good governance in the oil and gas sector is an effective and consistent media oversight, which is anchored on an informed, responsive and dynamic journalists who would have to provide the necessary and accurate information to the public about critical governance issues. To achieve this …

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Divine Community Outreach Ministry donates to Mintakrom school

BY KOJO ANSAH DIVINE Community Outreach Ministry, a non-governmental-organisation based in Hawaii-United States of America (USA), has donated 470 school bags, 20 pieces of teachers’ notebooks, 10 cartons of  chalk and other teaching and learning materials to Mintakrom M/A School to ameliorate the plight of the school. The donation followed …

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WHERE WAS THE MEDIA IN INDEPENDENCE STRUGGLE?

THE ROLE OF THE GHANAIAN MEDIA TOWARDS ACHIEVING INDEPENDENCE THE DUTY of journalists is to educate, inform and entertain the public through the use of radio, television, newspapers and lately superhighway Information Communication Technological means such as internet, facebook, WhatsApp and others. The journalists among others also provide liberty to the people through their activities because they …

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Fresh chargers against 22 Major Mahama ‘killers’

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh FRESH CHARGES were yesterday pressed against 22 persons who have been arrested and arraigned for their alleged respective roles in the murder of Major Maxwell Adams Mahama. In court yesterday, two persons, Emmanuel Baidoo and Bismark Abanga, became the latest suspects to be added to the initial …

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Cease fire .Court orders Schwarzenegger, husband  

  BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE CIRCUIT Court in Accra has instructed television and radio ersonality, Valentine Nana Agyeiwaa, alias Afia Schwarzenegger, and Mr Lawrence Abrokwa, the husband, and his lawyer, Maurice Ampaw, to desist from discussing the merit of the matter until the final determination of the case. The husband …

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Ghana’s ITLOS victory to woo investors .Says ACEP

  BY MOHAMMED AWAL  THE AFRICA Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has expressed hope that Ghana stands to woo investors into the oil and gas sector following the landmark ruling by the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) on Saturday. According to ACEP, the independent ruling by the …

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Assemblies of God General Supt. now Professor

BY KWAME ASIEDU OBED THE GENERAL Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, Rev Dr Paul Frimpong- Manso, has been promoted to the academic rank of a Professor. This was conferred on him after his application was successfully reviewed and endorsed by the Assemblies of God Global University (USA) Council …

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Controller-General of Immigration visits B/A Regional Command

THE CONTROLLER-GENERAL of Immigration (CGI), Mr Kwame Takyi, has paid a three-day working visit to the Brong Ahafo Regional Command of the Service. He called on the Regional Commander, Chief Superintendent of Immigration (CSI) Charles Bediako, to receive firsthand information on their operations and challenges in the Region. He later …

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