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Mr Jascot Hawkins Alhassan

COVID-19 prevention: Muslims leaders urged to intensify education

Mr. Jascot Hawkins Alhassan, the Secretary of the Bono, Bono East, and Ahafo Regions Council of Zongo Chiefs has urged Muslim leaders to intensify...
national peace council

Nana Dr S. K. B. Asante unhappy with attacks on Peace Council

Nana Dr S. K. B. Asante, a Board Member of the National Peace Council (NPC), has expressed worry over the recent spate of attacks...

Ghana records 798 new cases of COVID-19

Ghana has recorded 798 fresh cases of COVID-19, bringing its cumulative total to 37,812. Out of this are 34,313 recoveries and 191...

Businessman granted bail for causing harm

A 45-year-old businessman has been granted a GHc 50,000.00 bail with a surety, by the Nkawie Circuit Court for causing harm at Nketia, in...

Asantehene registers for voters’ ID card

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, on Monday registered at the Manhyia Palace registration centre to acquire his voter Identification Card (ID). ...
Ec Registration

CEO distributes protective items to enhance the safety of registrants

Nana Kwaku Agyei Yeboah, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF), has asked registrants to abide by the COVID-19...

Maiden Virtual Congregation: University of Ghana graduates 14,000.

The University of Ghana has held its maiden virtual congregation, graduating 14,295 students. They comprised 964 students in the non-degree programmes, 8,236 undergraduates, 4,668 post...
Al Adahi’ Project

‘Al-Adahi’ Project to support the needy, deprived communities

Sheikh Bun Bida, an Islamic Scholar, has advised Ghanaians to embrace peaceful co-existence to ensure unity in the country. He said the country’s progress hinged...
Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition

Ensure strict compliance to teachers’ code of conduct- GNECC

The Ghana National Campaign Coalition (GNECC) has asked the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that all teachers adhered strictly to their professional code...
maternal death

30 maternal deaths recorded in New Juaben

Twenty-one (21) such deaths were seen in the municipality during same period, last year. Speaking at a Town Hall meeting in...

KNUST find ways to attract more females into learning science

Professor Kwasi Obiri-Danso, the new Vice Chancellor, said a Unit to be headed by a female professor was being set up just for that. ...
Wpid Police Armed For Protest X

Police Ponders over the re-imposition of curfew in New Tafo

This comes as the residents grow in anger over unprovoked attacks on them by a group of Muslim youth and a bloody clash looms. ...
referee Joseph O. Lamptey

Rio 2016: Referee Lamptey Among First Officials

Ghana’s referee Joseph Lamptey, has been appointed by Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), as the fourth referee for the match involving Sweden and...

Ghana’s Health Literacy is Low – Specialist

“This is because the country’s health system is fragmented with different cadres of people providing health services and information they often do not have...
Road crashes result in destruction of lives and property ? ?

Ashanti Region: 133 pople perished in home accidemts

He said many others also suffered broken bones and cuts and described the trend as quite disheartening. The recklessness and complete disregard for road traffic...
Professor Karikari

Prof Karikari asks media houses to go conduct self regulation

He warned that the situation where the courts or any other external force would get the opportunity to come in to direct what should...

Diabetes and hypertension are preventable through breast feeding

She said research had shown that babies fed exclusively on breast milk for six months were likely not to suffer from these non-communicable diseases...