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Esse Quam observes World Water Day with students of Knowledge Hub

Students of Knowledge Hub Educational Complex located in Kasoa, in the Ga West Municipal, joined Esse Quam; a non-governmental organization to observe this year’s World Water Day. The school children learned about some uses of water, the causes and effects of water pollution, and how it can be prevented and stopped. The leaders guided the pupils to produce visuals for ... Read More »

Sickle cell: Canada based Ghanaian Pediatric Haematologist Prof. Isaac Odame calls for NHIS to cover Hydroxyurea

A Ghanaian Pediatric Haematologist at  Toronto, Canada Prof. Isaac Odame has called on the government to ensure that the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) covered Hydroxyurea, a drug used for the treatment of sickle cell in the country. That he said, would make the drug available to all across the country to treat children born with sickle cell and prevent ... Read More »

Ashaiman MP Ernest Norgbey donates 1,500 exercise books, cash prize to Bright Brains Aflatoun Academy

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ashaiman, Hon. Ernest Norgbey has donated one thousand, five hundred (1,500) pieces of exercise books and a cash sum of money to the overall best school in the cadet corps category, Bright Brains Aflatuon Academy located at Ashaiman Jericho yesterday during the celebration of this year’s 65th  independence day anniversay of Ghana held in the ... Read More »

Accra Academy 90th anniversary Public Lecture slated for this Thursday March 3

The Accra Academy as part of activities to mark its 90th Anniversary will host the ‘8th Koduah, Halm-Addo, Awuletey, Alema Memorial Lecture’ on Thursday at the school’s hall (K.G Konuah Hall) in Accra. Under the auspices of the Board of Governors, Headmaster, Anniversary Planning Committee, Accra Academy Old Boys Association(AAOBA) Bleoo 1974 Year Group, Parents and Teachers Association (P.T.A) and ... Read More »

Court orders UTAG to suspend strike

Students of public universities can heave a temporary sigh of relief because the nearly five-week strike by the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has been put on hold by the Accra High Court. The Labour Division of the Accra High Court on Tuesday put an injunction on the strike after it upheld an interlocutory application by the National Labour ... Read More »

Winneba High Court orders University to reinstate Prof. Avoke as Vice-Chancellor and 4 other dismissed officers

The Winneba High Court has ordered the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) to reinstate Prof Mawutor Avoke as the substantive Vice-Chancellor of the Institution. The Court presided over by Justice Aboagye Tandoh also charged the University to reinstate the other four principal officers who were “unlawfully” dismissed to their former grade. The four are the Finance Officer, Dr Theophilus Senyo ... Read More »

University of Ghana first year student reportedly drowns as UTAG strike continues

A first-year student of the University of Ghana is reported to have drowned after going swimming with some friends on Saturday, January 29. According to campus-based radio station Radio Univers, the deceased, a male student, drowned after attempting a depth of 21 feet in the University of Ghana Swimming Pool. The name of the student is yet to be disclosed. ... Read More »

Gov’t has fully paid caterers for 2021 2nd term academic year – Gender Minister

The Government of Ghana has fully paid all caters under the Ghana School Feeding Programme for the second term of the 2021 academic year, the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, has said. All the caters have therefore been asked to cook good and nutritious meal in the right portions to serve the children. A statement issued on Thursday January 27 said ... Read More »

Luta: Assemblymember sensitizes stakeholders against violence in Election 2020

Luta: Assemblymember sensitizes stakeholders against violence in Election 2020 The Assemblymember for Badzor-Ohe/ Luta Electoral Area,  Hon. Amuyao David Narh has called on political parties and chiefs to eschew themselves from inciting political violence amongst the people in order to ensure a peaceful environment in the upcoming general polls, stressing that democracy should not be silenced with political power or ... Read More »

ADAWEFROM KEPT FIT ON SUNDAY

Adawefrom over the weekend undertook a fitness walk to create awareness about the need to regularly exercise in order to enhance our immune system which is key if are to survive against the deadly Covid-19. As always, Adacommunityonline.com wouldn’t disappoint in bringing you the kind of excitement you missed. PHOTO CREDIT: RICOCAPTURES Read More »