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Kudos, let’s hail our Firemen

VINCENT THOMAS Lombardi, an internationally acclaimed Super Bowl coach, once said “the price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” Hard work indeed pays and …

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Good job, Ghana Police

Ghana Police Service

DAYS AGO, the DAILY HERITAGE added its voice to calls on the police to immediately apprehend all hoodlums who took part in meting out instant justice to a woman suspected to have stolen GH¢1, 000.00 and some items in the Kumasi Central Business District. In a video which had gone …

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Restoring teacher training allowance a plus to govt

A teacher assisting a pupil to get her work done

LAST TUESDAY, the Fifth President of the Fourth Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, delivered his maiden State of the Nation Address (SONA) before Parliament in accordance with Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution. The SONA gave the president the opportunity to give an outlook of the country as he inherited from …

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Instant justice victims deserve justice

IGP, Asante-Apeatu

THE DISPLAY of evil deed through instant justice has reared its ugly head again. Instant justice, popularly known as mob action, is becoming too rampant in Ghana. Though the law is very explicit on the proper way of handling suspected thieves, some rascals in society take delight in meting out instant …

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Thumbs up to govt for listening to Ghanaians

Yaw Osafo Maafo, Senior Minister

THE MARK of a good government is its readiness to listen to the concerns of the people without needless display of pompous attitude.     Under the outgone National Democratic Congress administration, one of the key issues that came up strongly was the opulent display of arrogance and refusal to …

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When the tables turn

Free education to start in September

THE DEBATE over whether or not it makes economic sense to spend the Heritage Fund component of the Petroleum Management Act to fund critical government policies has resurfaced. This time, the debate has taken an interesting twist. Leading members of the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration who had no …

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Continuity is the way to go

Ashanti Regional Minister-designate, Mr Simon Osei-Mensah

THE ASHANTI Regional Minister-designate, Mr Simon Osei-Mensah, last Tuesday told the Appointments Committee of Parliament during his vetting that the New Patriotic Party administration will take steps to complete projects started by the outgone National Democratic Congress regime. The Minister-designate gave the assurance when the Minority Chief Whip, Alhaji Muntaka …

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Let’s stop patronising fake electrical cables

There is no money to repair this Information Van

IT HAS become necessary for the government, through the Ghana Standard Authority (GSA), to halt the huge importation of sub-standard or fake electrical cables into the country. Some of the obvious features of fake electrical cables are sub-standard insulation, reduced insulation thickness, reduced diameter of copper conductor, shorter length per …

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Make yourself an achiever in life

High achievers are not only visionary but also highly imaginative. They are ambitious and will stop at nothing to achieve their aims

ABUNDANT ROBERT AWOLUGUTU IN TERMS of achievement, people can be put into three groups. These are non -achievers, achievers and high achievers. Non-achievers Non-achievers are people who do not make progress or succeed in life. We can find them occupying subordinate positions for years at their workplaces. They live without …

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Taking care of the unborn child

Taking care of the unborn child

ON THE front page of today’s edition of the DAILY HERITAGE newspaper is a worrying story from the Eastern Region where pregnancies involving death foetuses are being detected. According to the report, out of a total of 184 pregnant women who benefited from a free medical screening exercise, three were …

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