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  • Don’t use your uniform to intimidate civilians – Nana Ad...
    President Akufo-Addo, who doubles as the Commander-In-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, has asked military personnel to desist from using their mandate to intimidate civilians. According to him, there have been reports about some military officers who manhandle civilians. Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 138 officers at the Ghana… ... more
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  • Removing ‘old’ lecturers from payroll will kill universi...
    The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), has described as unfortunate government’s move to take off all lectures above 65 years from its payroll. The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), has directed public universities to remove all staff aged above 65 years from the government payroll from October 31, 2018.… ... more
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  • Nana Addo promises GAF new headquarters, cars, stadium and t...
    President Akufo-Addo has announced that his administration has procured over 130 vehicles for the Ghana Armed Forces to facilitate their transportation needs. According to the President, the procured robust cars and motorbikes are due to arrive in the country in the next two months. Speaking at the graduation ceremony of… ... more
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  • I wish to have a very simple wedding – Shatta Michy
    Shatta Michy, baby mama of Dance hall artiste Shatta Wale has described the type of marriage she would want to have. The ‘First Lady’ of the Shatta Movement group said in an interview with Zylofon FM on Friday that she would want her wedding to be very simple. “I’m quite… ... more
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  • Valerie Sawyerr’s suit ‘incompetent’ – Attorney Gene...
    The Attorney General, Gloria Akufo, has described as ‘grossly incompetent’, an application for judicial review filed by a former Board member of the Ghana Gas Company, Dr. Valerie Sawyer against the findings of the Economic and Organized Crimes Office (EOCO) into the activities of the company. Dr. Sawyer applied for the ... more
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  • Ghana opt out of next season’s CAF inter-club competitions
    No Ghanaian clubs will represent the country in the 2018/2019 season of the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup, the Ghana Football Normalisation Committee has announced during a meeting with club owners in the country. The deadline for countries to present representatives for next season’s campaigned expired on Monday,… ... more
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  • Two men fined GH¢1,800 each for stealing electricity cables
    Two young men have been fined GH¢1,800 each or in default, serve 12 months in prison with hard labour for stealing four bundles of aluminium high tension cables valued GHC15,000 at Dadieso in the Western Region. The convicts, Ralph Obbi, a farmer and Abdalah Nasir, a blacksmith, were charged with… ... more
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  • 4 arrested at Assin Sumnyame after robbing herdsmen of their...
    Police in the Central Region have arrested four men believed to be behind a robbery attack at Assin Sumnyame Koduru, a suburb of Assin Adadientem in the Central Region. Speaking to Citi News, Central Regional Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Oppong, said, “in the early hours of Friday at… ... more
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  • May faces backlash over post-Brexit plan
    Jeremy Hunt has urged Tory MPs to get behind Theresa May – amid a backlash against suggestions the Brexit transition period could be extended. The foreign secretary said the “great strength” of other EU nations was that they had stayed united in the talks – and he urged Tories to… ... more
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  • Fisher-folk found carting dead tilapia from Asutsuare for ...
    Some locals believed to be fishmongers from Volivo, Alabonya and Aveloenye near Asutsuare in the Shai Osudoku District of the Greater Accra Region, are reportedly carting dead tilapia for processing as dry salted fish locally known as ‘koobi’. Although authorities are yet to determine what killed the fishes which were… ... more
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  • Stephen Appiah goal featured on UEFA #FlashbackFriday series
    Former Black Stars skipper, Stephen Appiah’s, 79th minute leveller for Fenerbahce in a 2005/ 2006 UEFA Champions League tie against Schalke 04 was featured by the UEFA Champions League Twitter handle on October 19 as part of its #FlashbackFriday series. The match was played at the Şükrü Saracoğlu in Istanbul on… ... more
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  • Akufo-Addo reappointed co-Chair of Eminent Group of Advocate...
    The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has been re-appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, to serve as Co-Chair of the Eminent Group of Sustainable Development Goals Advocates for an additional two years. It will be recalled that President Akufo-Addo was first appointed… ... more
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  • Asutsuare unwholesome tilapia situation under control – Fi...
    Despite the death of  about 18 tons of tilapia at Asutsuare, the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development has assured the public that it is safe to buy tilapia from the market. Chief Director of the Ministry, Prof. Francis Nunoo, said enough measures have already been put in place to… ... more
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  • Dogboe faces Navarrette on December 8th in New York
    Ghana’s Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe will face Mexican boxer, Emmanuel Navarrette, in his second defence of the WBO Super Bantamweight on December 8 in New York. The news was confirmed by Dogboe and Top Rank Promotions on Wednesday and the bout will be part of the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Jose Pedraza lightweight unification.… ... more
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  • AUCC introduces certificate courses in Creative Arts
    The African University College of Communication (AUCC) has introduced new courses in Creative Arts scheduled to begin in November this year. The AUCC School of Creative Arts will run seven short courses and over 50 modules as a certificate course whiles registration processes for degree courses are underway to start… ... more
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  • Food insecurity looms in Northern Ghana as floods destroy fa...
    Food shortage looms in the three regions of the north following this year’s floods caused by torrential rains and spillage of the Bagre dam in neighboring Burkina Faso. A total of 15,206 hectres of farmlands have been affected in the Upper East Region. According to the Ministry of Food and… ... more
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  • Public universities directed to remove staff aged above 65yr...
    The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has directed public universities to remove all staff aged above 65 years from the government payroll. According to a letter from the NCTE to all public universities, only academic staff aged between 60-65 years must be given post-retirement contracts effective October 31, 2018.… ... more
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  • “I will play for Kotoko before I retire; it’s a promise...
    Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has promised he will play for Kumasi Asante Kotoko before he eventually hangs his boots. The Kayeserispor striker is a lifelong fan of the Porcupine Warriors and has previously declared his intentions to feature for the 23-time Ghana premier league champions at some point in his… ... more
    CitiFm8 hours ago
  • Facebook sued over video viewing figures
    Facebook was aware of inaccuracies in the way it measured how many people viewed video on its site for a year longer than it has previously admitted, court documents have claimed. Newly released papers that are part of a US legal action against the social network, claim that it knew… ... more
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  • China grows at slowest pace since 2009
    China has reported its slowest quarterly growth rate since the global financial crisis. The growth figure for the July to September quarter was 6.5% from a year earlier, the National Bureau of Statistics said. The result fell short of Reuters analyst forecasts of 6.6%. Policymakers have moved to support the… ... more
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  • Internet Solutions introduces consumption-based bandwidth se...
    Internet Solutions has launched a consumption-based billing service that will now allow enterprises pay for internet connectivity based on their monthly usage. Dubbed IS Open Network (ISON) by Internet Solutions, the service is expected to help companies cut down on the overheads experienced during downtime and off-peak seasons. Speaking during… ... more
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  • Cameroon court rejects calls election rerun
    Cameroon’s Constitutional court has rejected 18 petitions calling for a repeat of the 7 October presidential election which opposition parties said was marred by fraud. The move will likely clear the way for President Paul Biya to be confirmed the winner before Sunday, correspondents say. The 85-year-old has ruled the… ... more
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  • We’ve been neglected after Bagre dam destruction – Talen...
    Some farmers who were affected by the spillage of the Bagre Dam coupled with torrential rains in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region are angry that government has not provided them with relief items. The farmers, who lost their crops to the floods say it is becoming difficult… ... more
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  • Court strikes out name of one defendant in defunct uniBank c...
    An Accra High Court hearing the case between the Receiver of Defunct uniBank, Nii Amanor Dodoo and shareholders of the bank has struck out the name of one of the defendant, Clifford Duke Mettle. Mr. Clifford Mettle was an executive director of defunct unibank until the Bank of Ghana revoked… ... more
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  • Zabzugu assembly clears heap of garbage after Citi News repo...
    Following reports by Citi News over the poor sanitation situation in the Zabzugu district of the Northern Region, the Zabzugu district assembly has evacuated all the refuse in the township. Residents had complained about the negative effects it had on their lives. They say there was a pungent stench coming… ... more
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  • U/East: MMDAs ordered to release monies for persons with dis...
    The Local Government Select Committee of Parliament has instructed various Municipal and District Assemblies in the Upper East Region to disburse all monies meant for Persons with Disability by end of October 2018. The committee expressed worry at the assemblies’ failure to disburse to all persons with disabilities their share… ... more
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  • Newspaper headlines: Friday, October 19, 2018
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  • Over 100 police, soldiers deployed to Drobo, Japekrom after ...
    The Brong Ahafo Regional Police Command has deployed over a 100 police personnel supported by the military, to restore law and order at Drobo, Japekrom and six other communities in the Brong Ahafo Region. The communities were on Thursday slapped with a dawn to dusk curfew after some unknown assailants… ... more
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  • 18,000 tons of unwholesome Chinese GMO fishes destroyed at A...
    Over eighteen tons of unwholesome tilapia have been destroyed by the Fisheries Commission at Asutuare in the Shai Osudoku District of the Greater Accra Region. The shoals of fish which were on a Chinese fish farm at Asutuare were allegedly imported into the country from China. It is believed the… ... more
    CitiFm12 hours ago
  • Sam George slams gov’t over telcos tariff raise
    A member of the Communications Committee in Parliament, Sam Nartey George, says the government should be blamed for the imminent increase in the tariffs of the telcos. According to him, government deliberately set in motion the processes that have culminated in the decision by the telcos to increase the charges… ... more
    CitiFm12 hours ago
  • I’m matured enough to handle NDC’s communication – Fre...
    The National Communications Officer aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Fred Agbenyo, believes that for the party to win the 2020 polls it will need formidable national executives who will work with party structures. The NDC has slated November 3 for the election of various national executive officers… ... more
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  • EC to set up working group for ROPAA implementation
    The Electoral Commission is to set up a working group that will facilitate the implementation of the Representation of the People Amendment Act (ROPAA). The working group, according to the EC, will be made up of representatives of registered political parties and civil society organisations. According to a statement released… ... more
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  • Jamaica qualify for Women’s World Cup with help from Bob M...
    Bob Marley is one of Jamaica’s favourite sons, but it is the late musician’s daughter who is revelling in the nation’s latest sporting success. Jamaica have become the first Caribbean team to qualify for a women’s football World Cup and it’s Cedella Marley – the first-born daughter of Bob –… ... more
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  • Kumasi: 50 students evacuated after fire razes Christ Legacy...
    About 50 students were evacuated after a building which houses the Christ Legacy Academy, a warehouse and a church caught fire on Thursday afternoon. The building, located at Asafo-Abinkyi in Kumasi went up in flames at about 2 pm on Thursday. Passers-by and other commuters had… ... more
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  • Foreign Affairs Ministry bids farewell to FAO Africa Represe...
    Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has expressed appreciation for the Food and Agriculture (FAO’s) support to the government of Ghana’s shared growth and development agenda in the Agricultural sector. The initiative aims at accelerating agricultural modernization, while making the sector attractive for the youth,… ... more
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  • Gov’t imposes curfew on Drobo, Japekrom and 6 other commun...
     The Minister of Interior, Ambrose Dery, has by an Executive Instrument imposed a curfew on  Drobo, Japekrom and six other communities in the Jaman South Municipality of the Brong Ahafo Region, following a shooting incident that has taken two lives and injured several others. The remaining communities are; Babianiha, Kwasibourkrom,… ... more
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  • ‘Grey Dust’ premieres at Global Cinemas on Oct. 27
    After a successful premiere of ‘Kobolor’ by Miracle Films at both Kumasi and Sunyani, Zylofon Arts Fund (ZAF) is about to release another thrilling Ghanaian movie titled ‘Grey Dust.’ The movie was produced by Salifu Zakari Films, supported by ZAF. In ‘Grey Dust,’ a man is caught between his past… ... more
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  • Nutrifoods Ghana unveils sugar-free cream cracker biscuit
    Nutrifoods Ghana Limited, jointly-owned by Olam International and Sanyo Foods of Japan, has launched a sugar-free biscuit in the cracker category to meet the fast-growing demand for healthy snack nourishment among consumers. Nutrifoods, producers of popular household biscuit brands like Perk, Milky Magic, Royal Digestive and Royal King Cracker extensively… ... more
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  • European Union pledges support for ‘Ghana beyond aid’ ag...
    The European Union (EU) has welcomed the Ghana beyond aid agenda with a pledge to offer the needed financial and technical support to help translate the initiative into reality. This was disclosed by the Ambassador and Head of Delegation of the European Union to Ghana, Diana Acconcia, when she met… ... more
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  • Usian Bolt turns down Maltese champions
    Usain Bolt has turned down a two-year deal from Maltese champions Valletta FC, as he continues his pursuit to become a professional footballer. The winner of eight Olympic sprinting titles, who retired from athletics in 2017, is currently on trial at Australia’s Central Coast Mariners. Bolt, 32, scored two goals… ... more
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  • Uber launches Safety Toolkit for riders and drivers
    The Uber app has been upgraded with Safety Toolkit to ensure driver-partner and rider satisfaction. The safety Toolkit has been rolled out across 38 countries, including Ghana. The features of the Toolkit includes, safety centre, trusted contacts, a driver emergency assistance button and customisable alert. The toolkit introduces new innovative… ... more
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  • United Way Ghana launches ‘Girls Closet’ to promote Mens...
    Menstrual health conversations are usually not a topic of prime discussion in most part of Ghana. The implicit stigma and overall culture of silence around menstruation have made many young girls victims to misconceptions, limited information and unhealthy practices. For many girls in deprived communities, their menstrual cycle forces them… ... more
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  • President appoints Jerry Ahmed Shaib as new CEO for Coastal ...
    President Akufo Addo has appointed Jerry Ahmed Shaib as the CEO of the Coastal Development Authority in pursuant to Section 3(1) of the Coastal Development Authority Act, 2017 (Act 961). His appointment will however require confirmation from the governing Board of the Authority in consultation with the Public Services Commission.… ... more
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  • Gov’t shouldn’t compensate ‘Ponzi scheme’ victims -K...
    The Vice- President of Policy, think tank IMANI Ghana, Kofi Bentil, has absolved the government of any liability incurred by Ghanaians who invest in fraudulent investment schemes. Mr. Bentil said the government has no responsibility towards citizens who decide to invest in Ponzi schemes. “Government has no responsibility, legal or… ... more
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  • Trasacco blames casual workers layoffs on economic condition...
    Italian construction firm, Trasacco Estates Development Company Limited has justified the decision to lay off some of their workers. More than 100 contract workers of the company on Wednesday, protested against the firm which builds Accra’s most luxurious homes. The demonstration was against the company’s decision to pay them only… ... more
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  • Don’t wish for NABCO’s downfall – Oppong Nkrumah tells...
    Information Minister designate Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, has challenged the opposition to be constructive in their critique of government and not prophesy that national programs fail. Mr. Oppong Nkrumah was responding to predictions by NDC MP for Wa Central Rashid Pelpuo that the Nation Builder’s Corps (NABCO) program will be hit with… ... more
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  • We aren’t being paid, I need to survive – Duah Adonteng ...
    Mr. Kofi Duah Adonteng has justified his lateness to Wednesday’s press conference by the Normalisation Committee, saying he had private business to attend to. According to him, the members of the Normalisation Committee are not paid so if he has an opportunity to make money in a private venture, he… ... more
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  • Drobo shooting incident: 2 confirmed dead; no arrest yet
    Police in the Brong Ahafo Region are yet to make any arrest hours after some unknown assailants fired gunshots into a thick crowd of Japekrom inhabitants at Drobo. Two persons have so far been confirmed dead, while 14 others are in critical condition over the incident which occurred on Wednesday.… ... more
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  • Shatta Wale customizes his new Benz ‘Advice’ after Sarko...
    Following Sarkodie’s release of his ‘diss’ song ‘My Advice’ to dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, a number of people asked Shatta to heed the advice in the song. Well, barely a week after the song hit the airwaves, Shatta Wale in a Facebook post has stated that he has taken the… ... more
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  • Ponzi schemes thriving due to weak implementation of laws- A...
    Private Legal Practitioner, Ace Ankomah, has attributed the success of Ponzi schemes to the poor implementation of laws in the country. He is therefore asking regulatory bodies to apply the laws to prevent unscrupulous characters from swindling the public.  “They have simply and repeatedly refused, failed or neglected to implement the… ... more
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  • Neskael Travel & Tours launches 5th edition of Neskael C...
    A travel and tour company, Neskael Travel and Tours, under the auspices of Ghana Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, has launched the 5th Edition of the Neskael Corporate Show, scheduled to take place at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on the 16th of November… ... more
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  • Telcos are increasing tariffs to stay competitive – Ken As...
    The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Telecommunications Chamber, Kenneth Ashigbey, has said that the financial constraints brought on by government taxes and other levies, has led to the decision by Airtel-Tigo, MTN and Vodafone to increase tariffs. He explained that the telecommunication networks  after the implementation the newly re-calibrated VAT,… ... more
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  • Normalisation C’ttee considers ‘novelty league’ for Gh...
    The Normalisation Committee formed by FIFA to manage Ghana football is looking at filling the lull in Ghana football by creating a novelty league. The league, if created, will run in place of the Ghana Premier League which has stalled since the end of the first round of matches. Speaking… ... more
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  • Hong Kong mega bridge launch announcement sparks backlash
    An opening ceremony has finally been announced for the world’s longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, but critics hit back Thursday over the secrecy surrounding the launch. Construction started in 2009 on the 55-kilometre (34-mile) crossing, which includes a snaking road bridge and underwater tunnel, linking… ... more
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  • Asamankese roads give me sleepless nights – MCE
    The Municipal Chief Executive Officer (MCE) for the West Akim Municipal Assembly, Seth Oduro Boadu, who’s to lead the campaign to get government to fix deplorable roads, says he is worried about the deplorable nature of roads in his municipality. In an interview with Citi News, he said he is… ... more
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  • Gomoa West District Assembly to sign sister-city agreement w...
    The District Chief Executive for Gomoa West District Assembly, Hon. Bismark Baisie Nkum, is set to travel to the United States of America to sign a Sister City Agreement with Mayor Steve Fulop of Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. The signing ceremony, which is scheduled for Wednesday 24th October, 2018… ... more
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  • Wutah’s Afriyie ‘goes solo’ again ; releases single ...
    A year after their reunion, Afriyie, one half of the Wutah music duo, is releasing his solo single. The song titled ‘Why’ will be released on Friday, October 19, 2018. The song was produced by DDT. Speaking to Kwame Dadzie on Celebrity Radar on Citi FM on Wednesday, Afriyie (born… ... more
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  • Muslimah Mentorship Network launches maiden mentorship progr...
    The Muslimah Mentorship Network has launched its maiden mentorship programme. The network is made up of a group of young Muslim women who are working together to mentor girls and other young women in their community. The programme aims at guiding and supporting young Muslim girls in their quest to become… ... more
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  • Okyeame Kwame thrills at South Africa Cultural Seasons
    Ghana’s ‘Best Rapper Alive,’ Okyeame Kwame staged a stellar performance at a Ghana-South African cultural exchange programme on Monday. The week-long programme dubbed ‘Africa Cultural Seasons’ opened at the Marriott Hotel in Accra on Monday, October 15, 2018. Okyeame Kwame, clad in typical Ghanaian cloth, white trousers, with a pair… ... more
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  • 7 farmers injured in Newmont protest discharged
    Six farmers in the New Abirem District who sustained gunshot wounds during a demonstration against mining firm, Newmont Gold, have been discharged from the New Abirem Government Hospital. One other farmer, who was sent to another facility has also been discharged. They were part of a group of farmers in… ... more
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  • 1st Ghana Reading Festival held in Accra [Photos]
    “Some years ago, if someone had said that this day (Ghana Reading Festival) would come, we would have called that person a false prophet”. This was the remark of Nana Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng, President of Ghana Writers Association and who doubles as the National Media Commission’s Chairman, with regard to success… ... more
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  • IDEG backs election of MMDCEs along party lines – IDEG
    The Institute of Democratic Governance (IDEG), is of the view that allowing the election of MMDCEs along political party lines will foster development at the local government level. Speaking on Point Blank segment of  Eyewitness News, the Executive Director of IDEG, Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey, said elected local government officials would feel… ... more
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  • Malta Guinness Announces $20,000 Prize Money For Maltavator ...
    A nationwide hunt for contestants who will vie for the $20,000 reward for this year’s Maltavator Challenge will begin in November. The Maltavator challenge is an obstacle course competition that tests contestants physically and mentally through a variety of games and obstacles. Premium malt drink producer, Malta Guinness, has promised… ... more
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  • We’ll help end illegal mining – U/West chiefs
    Some chiefs in the Upper West Region have declared their full commitment and support for the inter-ministerial committee on illegal mining, to end illegal mining in the area. The chiefs made the commitment at separate durbars when the Minister for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, Kwesi Dzamesi led the committee on… ... more
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  • Second hand cloth dealers express concern about cedi depreci...
    Dealers in second clothing in the Brong-Ahafo Regional capital have expressed concern over high tariffs and consistent depreciation of the Cedi, which is collapsing their businesses. According to the dealers, prices of second hand clothing, meant for ordinary citizens, keeps increasing due to the depreciation of the Cedi, a situation… ... more
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  • NABCO a result of visionary leadership; it’s different fro...
     The National Coordinator of the Nation’s Builders Corps [NABCO], Ibrahim Anyass, has debunked claims that the program is a duplication of other youth employment schemes like the Youth Employment Agency [YEA]. According to him, NABCO is a product of the visionary leadership by President Nana Akufo-Addo to curb the high… ... more
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  • First Lady commissions two projects at Cape Coast hospital
    The First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo has commissioned two massive projects at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital in the Central Regional capital. The state of the art projects are the Anokye Yeboah Mothers’ Hostel and an Obstetrics and Gynaecology Emergency Centre. Built by a philantropist, Mr. Gustav Anokye-Yeboah, the… ... more
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  • South African court finds white farmers guilty of murdering ...
    A South African court on Wednesday convicted two white farmers of murdering a 16-year-old black boy suspected of stealing sunflowers in a remote northwestern farming community. Pieter Doorewaard and Philip Schutte were found to have killed Matlhomola Mosweu on April 20 last year, after claiming they caught him in the… ... more
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  • NABCO recruits attended pass out ceremony voluntarily – An...
    The National Coordinator of the Nation’s Builders Corps (NABCO), Dr. Ibrahim Anyass, has rejected claims that the recruits who were in Accra for the passing out ceremony were forced to attend by paying GHc100 cedis each. There are reports that the recruits were to pay the GHc100 as transportation for… ... more
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  • Highways Authority to take acton against pedestrians who cro...
    Pedestrians and hawkers found crossing the Accra Tema Motorway indiscriminately would be arrested and prosecuted. According to the Ghana Highway Authority (GHA), the increasing number of accidents on the stretch is as a result of these acts, hence the need to arrest and prosecute offenders. In an interview with Citi… ... more
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