Thursday , 18 January 2018

DEVELOPMENT

PHOTOS: Sege Police Station commissioned

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The new Dangme West Police Station has been commissioned at the district capital, Sege. Below are some photograph from the ceremony earlier today: More to follow… Read More »

HIV scare: Recruitment of Ghanaian domestic helpers suspended in Jordan

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The government of Jordan has put on hold the recruitment of domestic helpers from Ghana for health reasons. According to the Jordan Times, this decision was made after about thirty Ghanaian domestic helpers from Ghana tested HIV positive. The spokesperson of the Jordananian Ministry of Health Hatem Azrui, said they had to preserve the health of their citizens first. He ... Read More »

Anas to be probed over alleged non-payment of SSNIT contributions

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The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has said it will investigate allegations that investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas does not pay contributions for his Tiger Eye PI staff. Embattled High Court Judge, Justice Uuter Dery in October this year, filed a complaint at SSNIT saying that Tiger Eye PI does not exist, and hence Anas Aremeyaw Anas employs ... Read More »

Ga youth march against land seizure by government

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Scores of youth from La, Teshie and Osu have on Tuesday November 22, marched against what they described as seizure of their land by the government. Accra-based Class FM reports that there is heavy military presence at Accra’s army enclave of Burma Camp through to Teshie. The march was led by the Coalition of La Youth Association (COLA) with compatriots ... Read More »

Ga-Dangmes hit the streets Tuesday over land sale

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A group calling itself the Coalition of La Youth Association (COLA) will on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 hit the streets in protest against government’s intention to eject residents from their homes in the Greater Accra Region to pave way for the Marine Drive Investment Project which seeks to develop the beachfront in Accra. A member of the group, Nii Yeboah, ... Read More »

David and Faith Music Ministry International’s PIPAW’16 billed for November 27

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The management of Min David and Faith Music Ministry International are glad to announce that it is organizing another great edition of the Power in Praise and Worship (PIPAW) in the capital, Accra. The 2016 edition of PIPAW is promising to be extra bigger and better with more exciting packages programmed to win off the hearts of its great audience. ... Read More »

President Mahama joins Krobos to celebrate Ngmayem festival

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The paramount chief of Manya Krobo, Nene Sakite II has revealed to President Mahama his plans to take on technocrats of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Assembly, accusing the District Coordinating Director and the Town and Country Planning Department of sabotaging his efforts as paramount chief of the Area. “Mr. President, if you hear from any source that I am ... Read More »

Ghana pushing for free visa to China, Turkey and 3 others

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Barring any unforeseeable glitch, Ghanaians would soon be permitted to freely enter the Republic of China, Sudan, Cuba, Seychelles and the Republic of Turkey to visit or transact any business without Visa. Nationals of the said countries would also enjoy same. The agreements for such move are currently before Parliament for ratification. Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Emmanuel ... Read More »

GaDangme International visits Ada East District Hospital

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The USA-Atlanta branch of the Ga and Dangme citizens living abroad, GaDangme International have visited and interacted with the staff of the Ada East District Hospital to access first hand information about the challenges of the facility. The two member delegation were Mary Dodoo (RN) nurse midwife and Rita Jonas (LPN) pediatric nurse both based in Atlanta, USA. The Queenmother ... Read More »

Another reshuffle hits Ghana Police Service

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The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has transferred 38 senior police officers two months ahead of the December polls. This is Mr John Kudalor’s fifth reshuffle in less than 10 months of his tenure in office. Some of the officers affected in the latest reshuffle are ACP Tiwaa Addo Danquah, who has been moved to the Police Intelligence and Professional ... Read More »