Krachi Youth Association welcomes Justice Brobbeys Commission on new Oti Region

Krachi Youth Association welcomes Justice Brobbeys Commission on new Oti Region

  The Krachi Youth Association has welcomed moves by Justice Brobbey’s Commission to offer public hearing to some dissenting voice from the Volta Region against the creation of a new region for the people of Northern Volta, Oti Region. According to...
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1 Village,1 Dam set to roll – Bawumia

1 Village,1 Dam set to roll – Bawumia

The Northern Development Authority will, in the coming weeks, advertise in the national dailies for would-be applicants to bid for projects under the One Village, One Dam programme – a flagship campaign promise of the New Patriotic Party. Vice President...
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Chiefs demand bridge over river that bars menstruating women from crossing

Chiefs demand bridge over river that bars menstruating women from crossing

“Spiritually the River god is a man born on Tuesday. So it is that day that the spirit is revoked and does certain rites…certain things about women, like menstruation, are regarded as unclean. Hence, it is a taboo for women...
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Two police officers killed; one injured at Drobonso

Two police officers killed; one injured at Drobonso

Two police officers have been shot and killed by unidentified armed men at Drobonso in the Sekyere Afram Plains District of the Ashanti Region. The three police officers Constable Enoch Okyere, Prosper Ashinyo and Inspector Adolph Mutse in a car...
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AMA demolishing unauthorized structures at Circle

AMA demolishing unauthorized structures at Circle

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) is undertaking a massive decongestion and demolition of unauthorized structures at Odorna, near Kwame Nkrumah Circle. Unauthorized structures along the railway lines are being pulled down. The location is being decongested...
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Don’t jubilate over UG survey; fix economy – government advised

Don’t jubilate over UG survey; fix economy – government advised

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Political Science Department has cautioned government against jubilating over a survey that suggests that majority of Ghanaians are happy with its performance. Dr Isaac Owusu-Mensah said: “The NPP should not be co...
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Another suspected ritual murder hits Keta

Another suspected ritual murder hits Keta

The body of a White female believed to be in her 30s has been found at Dzita, a major fishing community in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region. Residents of Dzita and its surrounding communities such as Anyanui and...
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Agogo youth demand forcible eviction of Fulani herdsmen

Agogo youth demand forcible eviction of Fulani herdsmen

The Agogo Youth Association has called for the government to move quickly to forcibly evict Fulani herdsmen and their animals from the Agogo portion of the Afram Plains to forestall any further bloodshed. They said the herdsmen had crossed all...
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Kotokuraba market traders, hawkers take over the streets

Kotokuraba market traders, hawkers take over the streets

Traders and hawkers have bounced back onto the streets of the Central Business District of Cape Coast shortly after the Christmas. This is despite numerous ejections and public education by the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA) for them to vacate...
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‘There was no intention to take advantage of applicants’ – Immigration Service

‘There was no intention to take advantage of applicants’ – Immigration Service

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has set the records straight over the brouhaha that surrounded the sale of its e-vouchers for recruitment into the service. According to the GIS, it was not the intention of management to cash in on...
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