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July, 2020

  • 9 July

    NAGRAT parries blame on teachers for death of KNUST SHS student

    The Ashanti region chapter of the National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) says its members in the KNUST Senior High School (SHS) did not act irresponsibly in the case involving the death of a student in that school. The Ghana Education Service has begun investigating claims that teachers and school authorities …

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  • 9 July

    Ghana’s Covid-19 case count hits 23, 463, with 641 new infections recorded

    The coronavirus case in Ghana count has now risen to 23,463 following the confirmation of the latest 641 new infections. These new cases, according to the Ghana Health Service were recorded in 52 districts across eight regions. In total, over 1Covid-19 ,400 new cases have been recorded in the last …

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  • 9 July

    Kwahu Traditional Council orders shutdown of two pro-NDC stations

    The Kwahu Traditional Council in the Eastern Region has ordered the closure of two pro-NDC radio stations, Kwahu FM and Afram FM by midday today July 9. The Traditional Council has also banned all political activities of the opposition National Democratic Congress in the Kwahu Traditional Area. The announcement was …

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  • 9 July

    ‘Armah Ladies’ launched in Kwesimintsim to champion cause of the NPP

    An all-women group in Kwesimintsim, dubbed “Armah Ladies” has been inaugurated in the constituency to champion the cause of women. The group comes barely a month after the Executive Secretary of NaCCA, Dr Prince Armah beat the incumbent Member of Parliament for Kwesimintim in the Western Region in the New Patriotic Party primaries. Armah …

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  • 9 July

    COVID-19: Ghana records 854 new cases; total now 22,822

    Ghana has recorded 854 new cases of coronavirus pushing the country’s total number of  infections to 22,822 as of Wednesday, July 8, 2020. The latest update as announced by health officials put the number of active cases at 5,129. The number of recovery/discharge cases has also shot up to of …

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