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  • TTH: Doctors, nurses strike over Kandahar attack
    Docters, Nurses and Midwives at the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) have laid down their tools following the invasion of the facility by a vigilante group affiliated to the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kandahar Boys. The group on Monday locked up the office of the Chief Executive of the facility… ... more
    StarrFM12 hours ago
  • Partner with Govt to develop Ghana – Akufo-Addo to Ch...
    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called for the Church and Government to collaborate in the collective agenda of uplifting the moral, political, spiritual and economic life of the Ghanaian people, and, thereby, help accelerate the pace of development in the country. According to President Akufo-Addo, “We want a partnership… ... more
    StarrFM12 hours ago
  • Ghana risks losing $40m land in Pakistan
    Ghana risks losing a parcel of land worth $40 million located in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad. The land which was allocated to the country for construction of its embassy has currently been encroached upon by Malaysia. According to the 2016 auditor general report, both France and Canada have expressed… ... more
    StarrFM15 hours ago
  • Upper/Manya: DCE summons Assesewa Hosp. staff over mother, ...
    The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Upper Manya Krobo, Felix Nartey Adjao has summoned authorities of Assesewa Government Hospital and the District Director of Ghana Health Services (GHS) over the death of a mother and daughter who had both gone to the hospital to deliver their babies within a two-week… ... more
    StarrFM18 hours ago
  • Tamale Hospital CEO reinstalled; Security beefed up
    The CEO of the Tamale Teaching Hospital Dr David Zaawumya Kolbila, who was sacked from his office by New Patriotic Party (NPP) hoodlums, has been re-instated. The regional security council led by the minister Salifu Saeed went to the major referral hospital in the North to restore law and order… ... more
    StarrFM19 hours ago
  • Assemblies of God is ready to pay taxes – Gen. Supt.
    The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Rev. Professor Paul Frimpong-Manso has welcomed the decision by the government to tax churches. Government disclosed earlier this month plans to tax churches which have turned their fellowship into money-making venture through the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). To that end, the Commissioner… ... more
    StarrFM19 hours ago
  • Sunyani: #Endtramadolabuse campaign launched
    The nationwide campaign to end the abuse of Tramadol in Ghana has been launched. It was launched at the Eusbett Hotel, Sunyani as part of activities marking International Youth Day celebration under the theme ‘Safe Spaces for The Youth.’ Named #EndTramadolAbuse, it seeks to highlight dangers involved in abusing the… ... more
    StarrFM20 hours ago
  • I had “non-executive” role at Capital bank – Otab...
    ICGC founder and board chairman of the defunct Capital Bank Dr. Mensa Otabil has open up on his duties at the bank explaining that he had a “non-executive role”. He however explained in a statement Tuesday that decisions were made at the bank with the best of intentions. “My position… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • E/R: Mother, 42, Daughter, 25, die during labour
    A 42-year-old mother and her 25-year-daughter have died during labour at the Assesewa Government Hospital in the Eastern region. The deceased persons Mable Maku Tekpertey and Sarah Tekpertey, have been buried side by side at their Dawatrim village near Assesewa. The bereaved family is blaming medical ineffectiveness at the Assesewa… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Bawumia cuts sod for Police Housing Project
    Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has cut sod for work to begin on the construction of 320 Housing units for the Ghana Police Service. The Police Housing project, which will be made up of 112 two bedroom apartments, and 208 three bedroom apartments, will be constructed as part of Government’s… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • EOCO kept over GH¢1bn Govt cash wrongly – Auditor Gener...
    The Auditor General has charged the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) for breaching the constitution as well as the public financial management Act. According to the 2016 Auditor General’s report on Consolidated Funds, EOCO kept GH¢1,168,998.37 it recovered from individuals and organizations in 2015 in contravention of article 176… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Dansoman shootings: We shall find culprits – Police
    The Accra Regional Police Command has assured that it would leave no stone unturned in its quest to apprehend the robbers that shot four of its personnel. The robbers shot the police officers Saturday at Asore Danho, a suburb of Dansoman in Accra. Two other civilians also sustained gunshots wounds… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • NPP’s Kandahar boys attack Tamale Teaching hospital CEO
    The Chief Executive Officer of the Tamale Teaching hospital in the Northern region Dr David Zaawumya Kolbila has allegedly been assaulted  by members of an NPP affiliated vigilante group Kandahar Boys after they stormed the hospital. The incident occurred Monday morning, Starr News’ Northern regional correspondent Eliasu Tanko reported.… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • AG indicts MoF for forging Loan Receivable Balance
    The Auditor General has indicted the Ministry of Finance (MoF) for fudging loan receivable balance in its 2016 financial statements. The 2016 financial statement reported an amount of GH¢1, 988,361,506 as the total loan recoverable balance. The Auditor General’s review of the schedule on loans recoverable, however, disclosed that loans… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Video: How Anas nearly died in fresh Malawi exposé
    Ace Ghanaian undercover investigative reporter, Anas Aremeyaw Anas nearly died with his colleagues during his latest undercover piece “Malawi’s Human Harvestâ€�. The investigative story for the BBC sought to unravel the issues surrounding the mysterious deaths of many in Malawi for ritual purposes triggered a mob in a Malawian village… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Nalerigu: Boy, 14, drowns in abandoned dam
    Residents of Samni near Nalerigu in the Northern region are angry and threatening to demonstrate against government after a 14-year-old boy drowned in an abandoned 1V1D project site in the village. The boy, Alhassan Arisu, was killed when he joined his friends at the dam Sunday evening to swim,  his… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Power theft at Kasoa; 280 homes to pay over Ghc480k
    The Central regional office of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has caused 280 household to cough up Ghc483, 449.28 being payment for illegally using power. The culprits were made up of 202 residential users and 78 commercial users all situated within the Kasoa area. The defaulters who did not… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Blame the Church for Ghana’s rot – Pentecost Chairm...
    The Chairman elect of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye has stated that Churches in Ghana cannot insulate themselves from blame over the rot in the country. The revered Apostle explained that the Church is supposed to be the Pillar of truth and a framework upon which all arms… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Youth participation in decision-making processes key to incl...
    On the occasion of the 2018 International Youth Day, which falls on August 12, the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) calls on the government of Ghana to consciously expand and deepen the participation of the youth in national decision-making processes and on issues that affect their lives. This year’s… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses hold Ga Convention at Nyanyano
    Jehovah’s Witnesses will continue with their annual convention at the Nyanyano Assembly grounds near Kasoa from Friday, September 7 to Sunday, 9, 2018. The convention which will be held in the Ga language is under the theme: “Be Courageous!â€� It is open to the general public to attend free of… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • N/R: Court forces Sang Chief to Handover Seven Wanted Suspe...
    Seven suspects declared wanted for attacking a duty police officer in a captured video last month at a chief palace in Sang, Mion district of the Northern Region, have surrendered and been taken into custody at Yendi. The suspects, Inusah Ali, Abdulai Inusah, Alhassan Yusuf, Osman Sham Una, Zakaria Alhassan,… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Ghana, C. d’Ivoire agree guidelines on boundaries
    Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire have agreed to develop a document that will show the plotted maritime boundary for both countries.The document will be developed at the third meeting of the joint committee on the implementation of the decision of the Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Bible not against Polygamy – Pastor tells Christian m...
    A pastor and marriage researcher Daniel Eshun says Christian men can marry more than one wife because the Bible does not speak against polygamy. According to him, there is no point in the bible where God or any of the prophets spoke against marrying more than a wife. The long-standing… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Kwahu South District Assembly disburses disability fund
    The Kwahu South District Assembly has disbursed a total of GH¢105,000.00 to Persons With Disability (PWD) within the District to empower them to undertake economic ventures that would sustain their lives. This was at a public forum organised for them by the Kwahu South District Assembly Disability Fund Management Committee… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Buipe Hospital Tension: Youth Reject Allegation against Buip...
    The youth of Buipe in the Central Gonja district have rubbished claims by land-dispute-rival, Mankpan traditional Area, accusing the chief of Buipe, Abdulai Jinapor II and District Chief Executive (DCE) Mustapha Mahama of plans to divert the construction of hospital project from Kabelpe to Buipe. More than 200 residents of… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Akufo-Addo cuts sod for Kumasi Roads facelift project
    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has cut the sod for the commencement of the Kumasi roads facelift project at the start of his 5-day tour of the Ashanti Region. The project, funded by the Government of Ghana, Road Fund and the French Development Agency, will ensure that 260 kilometres of… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Akufo-Addo’s comment on Amidu, Ayariga standoff impro...
    Anti-Corruption campaigner, Vitus Azeem has said it was improper for President Akufo-Addo to wade into Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu’s,  investigation of Mahama Ayariga. Akufo-Addo Thursday commented on the investigation after it emerged that the Bawku Central lawmaker who is under probe on suspicion of commission of corruption and abusing his… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Delinquent judges will be dealt with – CJ
    The Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has cautioned magistrates and judges to at all times adhere to their code of conduct in the discharge of their duties. She warned that any breach of the provisions of the code resulting in any acts of misconduct or unprofessional conduct will be dealt with… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Ghana Post starts nationwide generation of digital address
    Ghana Post has served notice it is embarking on a nationwide digital address generation and property tagging exercise. “Our field agents are moving from house to house with valid Identification cards and branded Ghana Post GPs costumes. Our field agents are required to generate digital addresses for everyone and tag… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Gov’t committed to decongesting country’s pris...
    The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has reiterated the commitment of his Government to decongesting the prisons across the country. Speaking at the graduation ceremony of Officer Cadet Course Intake 25 of the Ghana Prisons Service, at the Prisons Officers Training School, on Friday, 9th August 2018,… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • I’ll never legalize homosexuality – Akufo-Addo
    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that the government of Ghana has no authority to legalize same-sex marriage in Ghana and that government will not seek any such authority to do same. Speaking at the Global Evangelical Church’s 2018 SYNOD on the theme, “Effective Discipleship; The Cross and our… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Assault Police officer granted GHc60k bail
    The Police officer who assaulted a woman at Midlands Savings and Loans, Lance Corporal Godzi Frederick Amanor, has been granted a Ghc60, 000 bail with two sureties by an Accra Circuit Court. Three others Joycelyn Kukua, the operations manager of the company, Shirley Portia Anaman, customer care officer and Prince… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Krobo group protest over relocation of University campus
    A group calling itself the United Krobo Foundation has embarked on a massive demonstration in Somanya Thursday morning against what they describe is a grand scheme by the NPP Government to relocate the main campus of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development from Somanya to Bunso in the Akyem… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Gov’t policies addressing geographic exclusion from n...
    The policies and programmes being implemented by the Nana Akufo-Addo government are meant to address the age-long issues of geographical exclusion from national development, the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated. According to Vice President Bawumia, these policies, such as the Free Senior High School, national roll-out of the… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Investigate GCMCL impasse – COPEC to Amidu
    The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana (COPEC) has charged the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu to investigate the impasse at the Ghana Cylinder Manufacturing Company Limited (GCMCL). The CEO of the GCMCL, Frances Essiam is being accused of awarding several contracts worth millions of Ghana Cedis without recourse to the governing… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Land-guards tormenting property owners at Peduase
    A group of notorious land-guards, led by one Kwasi Agyeman Oduro is said to be terrorizing landowners within the Peduase-Akwapem area in the Eastern region. The modus operandi of the group is to show up with fake land titles and demolish properties of landowners in the area for no apparent… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • AMERI deal: MoF, AG, VRA were consulted
    It has emerged that top government officials and agencies were involved in the renegotiation of the botched controversial AMERI deal which led to the sacking of the Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko. A memorandum accompanying the Novation and amendment deal and in possession of Starr News proves the involvement of several… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Audit Hajj Board – Chief Imam
    The National Chief Imam Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has called for immediate auditing of activities of the Hajj Board. The call comes in the wake of a demand by the Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the sacking of the chairman of the Hajj Board,… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Palace expansion: Homes to be demolished mine – Okyen...
    The Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Council has said houses to be demolished around the Ofori Panin Fie for “extensive renovationâ€� exercise is for the stool. According to media reports, about 500 houses close to the palace have been affected by the planned exercise hence given evacuation notice months ago. The Palace… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Serwaa Foundation Donates To Effia-Nkwanta Hospital
    The mantra, ‘today’s youth are our future leaders’was given real meaning when Serwaa Foundation made a donation to the Pediatrics Department of the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital. The Serwaa Foundation is a group of Senior High School students who have unionized to embark on projects aimed at benefitting the less… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • U/W: Gun supplier of robbers arrested with 35 fire arms
    The Upper West regional police command has arrested a man believed to be the supplier of fire arms to robbers in the region and other parts of the country. The police retrieved 35 single-barrel guns including one belonging to the Ghana Police service from the hideout of the prime suspect… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Hajj saga: Sack board chair IC Quaye – NPP chairman
    The Northern regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Mohammed Baantima Samba, has called for the sack of the chairman of the national Hajj board, Sheikh IC Quaye. Mr. Samba is accusing the board chair of causing “a lot of mess and disaster in the Hajjâ€� after some 200 party… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Fisheries Minister blocking operations of KMA – Assembly M...
    Assembly members of the newly created Krowor Municipal Assembly (KMA) are accusing Member of Parliament for the area of obstructing operations of the assembly. The concerned assembly members say Fisheries Minister, Elizabeth Afoley Quaye has stopped all their attempts to conduct elections of a Presiding Member for the new assembly.… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • E/R: Police impounds ‘wee’ concealed in ‘Kokonte’
    Police in Nkrukan in the Eastern Region has impounded huge quantities of compressed dried leaves suspected to be marijuana. The compressed slabs of the suspected marijuana were concealed in dried pieces of cassava (Kokonte) hidden in two mini sacks en route to the Volta Region. The suspect Yakubu Iddris, has… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Mason remanded for defiling four-year-old-girl
    An Accra Circuit Court has remanded into Police custody, a 48-year-old mason over allegations that he sexually assaulted a four-year-old girl at Odorkor-Tipper, a suburb of Accra. Akwasi Yeboah, charged with defilement pleaded not guilty. He is to reappear on August 20 before the court presided over by Mrs Abena… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • FOGET lauds Otabil for Africa dev’t initiatives
    The Foundation for Generational Thinkers (FOGET) has lauded the Founder and Leader of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr Mensa Otabil for his “passion and consistency” in pushing forward the agenda of Africa emancipation. The Non-Governmental and Youth Oriented Organization strongly commended Dr Otabil for his edge to propagate… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Help Trigger Necessary Political Will in Africa -Akufo-Addo
    President Akufo-Addo has charged participants at this year’s Human Rights Moot Court Competition to use the academic exercise to trigger the necessary political will in their respective countries on the African continent to deepen respect for human rights. Delivering the keynote address at the 27th African Human Rights Moot Court… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Help Trigger Necessary Political Will in Africa -Akufo-Addo
    President Akufo-Addo has charged participants at this year’s Human Rights Moot Court Competition to use the academic exercise to trigger the necessary political will in their respective countries on the African continent to deepen respect for human rights. Delivering the keynote address at the 27th African Human Rights Moot Court… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • E/R: Father dies in galamsey pit with son
    A 46-year-old illegal miner, Kwasi Antwi has been found dead in a mining pit at Akanteng in the West Akyem district of the Eastern region. The body of the deceased has been retrieved and deposited at the Morgue of St. Dominic Hospital Morgue. According to the Public Relations Officer of… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • My side of the story will come out soon – Boakye Agya...
    Former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko has stated that he will reveal his side of story that led to his dismissal at the right time. Mr. Agyarko was sacked by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo over the controversial Novation and Amendment AMERI deal. In a Social Media post Tuesday, Mr. Agyarko… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • GHC600k worth of fertilisers for food and jobs policy stolen
    Fertilisers estimated to worth in excess of GhC600,000.00 have been stolen from the warehouse of the ministry of Agriculture at Sunyani  in the Brong Ahafo region. The fertilisers  were part of several agric materials meant for the government’s Planting for Food and Jobs policy at the warehouse. About seven workers… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • E/R: Robbers terrorise nurses at Manya Krobo
    Community Health Nurses in the Upper Manya Krobo District of the Eastern Region have expressed concerns over what they say is the continuous armed robbery attacks on them. The nurses who operate at the Akaten area in particular say the increasing cases of both domestic and highway robbery incidents have… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Girl, 10, crushed to death at Lower Manya Krobo
    A 10-year-old girl, Abena Tetteh, has been crushed to death by an Opel Astra Taxi with registration Number GR 9378V. The incident occurred Monday at Omenekpo a community in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region. The body of the deceased has been deposited at the Atua Government… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Boakye Agyarko sacked; New Ameri deal canceled
    Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko has been sacked from office by President Akufo-Addo with immediate effect. A statement from the Presidency announcing the action said the President has directed Mr. Agyarko to hand over to the lands and natural resources minister John Peter Amewu. The dismisal of Mr. Agyarko comes… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • GSR Threatens Court Action over Employment of Unlicensed Rad...
    The Ghana Society of Radiographers (GSR), has served notice it will take legal action against health facilities using unqualified radiographers in delivering what they call substandard services to unsuspecting clients. Speaking to Starr News in Koforidua at the sidelines of the National Scientific Conference and 6th Biennial Congress of the… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • A/R: Five Chinese illegal miners arrested at Bepotenten
    Five Chinese nationals involved in illegal mining have been arrested by a joint forest and military task force at Bepotenten in the Amansie central district of the Ashanti region. The Chines miners were arrested Saturday afternoon while mining inside the Oda forest reserve near Asante Bekwai. The Chines nationals at… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Scores beaten as two groups clash in Upper East
    There was a “schhrringggâ€� noise of machetes last night at Sandema over a new bylaw that forbids people from moving about in the Builsa North District capital around midnight, and those who heard the sound responded swiftly with a flight as sharp as the edges of the clattering weapons. Members… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • WR: Two arrested for attempting to sell boy, 10, at Sameye
    Luck eluded siblings Peter Aidoo alias Kobee aged 35 and Samuel Aidoo alias Joe aged 21 both  residents of sameye in the Jomoro district in the Western Region when the two allegedly attempted selling a ten (10) year-old-boy who happens to be a  son of Aidoo. The Ellembelle Police Command… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • New AMERI deal: Sack “reckless” Boakye Agyarko – VRA
    Pressure is mounting on President Nana Akufo-Addo to sack the Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko after the Senior Staff Association of the Volta River Authority (VRA) joined calls for the Minister’s removal over the controversial AMERI novation and amendment deal. According to the VRA staff, claims by the Energy Ministry that… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • AMERI deal: Sack Boakye-Agyarko now – COPEC demands
    The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana have called on the President to immediately sack the Energy Minister Boakye-Agyarko over the controversial AMERI novation and Amendment deal. Reports claim that the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was misled by the Energy Minister into approving the deal by Executive order. COPEC also… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • I took hormonal pills to look and feel like a woman – Repe...
    A repented homosexual Pastor Manuel Magabolo has revealed that he took hormonal pills just to look more like a woman when he was in the practice of homosexuality. According to the Filipino, he  started desiring men after he was sexually abused by his brother at age eight at the bathroom.… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Doctors withdraw plans to strike
    The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has pulled brakes on plans to withdraw its services today, August 6, 2018. The GMA had served notice to government to consider transferring the National Health Insurance Levy directly to the NHIL account at the Bank of Ghana and desist from the current practice where… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • E/R: Cholera outbreak looms as refuse mount at Amanase
    There is a looming Cholera outbreak at Amanase, a community in the Ayensuano District of the Eastern region, as refuse keeps piling-up at a refuse collection center close to one of the few viable markets in the entire district. The refuse collection center does not only serve the market but… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • 1st batch of Hajj pilgrims off to Mecca
    The first batch of 601 prospective Muslim pilgrims from the three regions of the north were on Sunday airlifted directly from the Tamale International to Jedda, Saudi Arabia. The pilgrims were flown in two batches by the Saudi Airline. In all about 2,167 pilgrims are expected to fly from Tamale… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Canada: Ghanaian finds son, 5, wife dead in backyard pool
    “My son is dying.â€� Elizabeth Solomon uttered the chilling words in a phone call and then hung up. Minutes later, her husband discovered her body and that of her 5-year-old son Emmanuel Akrong in their backyard pool in Brampton. “I tried to help my son,â€� a distraught Emmanuel… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Law exams leakage: Heads must roll – GII boss
    The Executive Director of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) Linda Ofori Kwafo wants officials in charge of the 2018 entrance examination to the Ghana School of Law to resign over alleged leakage of the papers. Some LLB holders seeking admission to the Ghana School of Law are upset over an… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council releases list of admission quo...
    The Nursing and Midwifery Council has released the list of admission quota that is permissible for the various nursing training schools in the country. The move is to ensure that the nursing schools do not admit more than allowed in the 2018/19 academic year. A statement signed by the registrar… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Gov’t to revamp BRT system
    The government of Ghana is to revamp financially distressed and ineffective Quality Bus System (QBS) known formerly as Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system as part of efforts to boost the transport sector. The BRT is a specialized bus-based mass transit system which uses dedicated lanes for fast movement within urban settlements. When Ghana’s BRT… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • First Lady donates hospital equipment to three Northern regi...
    The Rebecca Foundation continues to intensify efforts at lessening the equipment deficit of hospitals and Health Centres across the country. The latest of such moves is the donation of healthcare equipment to various hospitals and health facilities in the three Northern Regions. This follows a string of similar donations that… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • CDD celebrates 20 years of promoting democracy, good governa...
    The Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) has officially launched its 20th-anniversary celebrations to mark two decades of bridging policy research and practice to promote good governance. Since its inception in 1998, CDD-Ghana has made significant achievements in helping chart the path to democracy in Ghana. The Center has emerged… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
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