Kwadaso College of Agriculture holds matriculation ceremony

Kwadaso College of Agriculture holds matriculation ceremony

A total of 398 students, including 25 females, were admitted to level 100, 12 in level 200 and 73 for the Sandwich programme, and the sector minister has been urged to consider agriculture as a business and should focus on...
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Free SHS relieves philanthropists of financial pressure

Free SHS relieves philanthropists of financial pressure

The Founder and Leader of the Blessed Home Ministry International, at Awoshie in Accra, Bishop Dr. Philip Kofi Boateng, has stressed that it is a great joy to the numerous philanthropists, including himself, who pay the school fees of several...
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MP worried about increasing depression rate

MP worried about increasing depression rate

Hon. Robert Baba Kuganab-Lem, Member of Parliament (MP) for Binduri in the Upper East Region, has expressed worry about the increasing level of mental health and its related issues among Ghanaians, citing depression as the major cause. According to him,...
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First Lady leads fight against Anemia

First Lady leads fight against Anemia

An initiative to supply iron and folic acid to girls the National Girls Folic Acid Tablet Supplementation (GIFTS) has been launched in Sunyani. The initiative is to supply iron and folic acid supplement to about 360,000 adolescent girls across the...
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Biometric Registration Mop Up For National Service Personnel

Biometric Registration Mop Up For National Service Personnel

The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has established three regional centres for mop up exercise to enable national service personnel who have not yet complete their biometric registration to do so. The centres are the Greater Accra, Ashanti...
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Caregiver Matilda Amissah-Arthur donates to Raffiki Ophanage

Caregiver Matilda Amissah-Arthur donates to Raffiki Ophanage

The wife of the former Vice President, Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur, has urged children in various orphanages to learn, work hard and give maximum respect to their caregivers. She invoked divine blessings on the children, their parents and caregivers, with best...
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American medical team in to deliver service

American medical team in to deliver service

A team of health professionals from the Palm Beach County (PBC) Chapter of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA), Florida, USA, have arrived in the country for a two-week volunteer medical service to the people in the Tamale metropolis in...
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2 school kids electrocuted at Agona Duakwa Zongo

2 school kids electrocuted at Agona Duakwa Zongo

Two school-children, aged between two and five, on Saturday afternoon met their untimely deaths when they were electrocuted by a metal television pole at Agona Duakwa Zongo in the Central Region. They were Bright Kwesi Nyanful, a Nursery Two kid...
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Four die in accident at Kyekyewere

Four die in accident at Kyekyewere

Four people are feared dead and several others have sustained varying degrees of injuries in a car crash at Kyekyewere, near Suhum in the Eastern region. A Toyota Hiace bus with registration number ER 1058-16 veered off his way and...
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800-capacity SHS shut down due to low enrolment

800-capacity SHS shut down due to low enrolment

The Aberdare State College at Abeadze Dominase in the Central Region has been closed down due to low enrolment. The school, which has facilities to accommodate more than 800 students, was established in 2004 by the chiefs and people of...
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