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  • One Killed, Houses Torched in renewed Bole Chieftaincy clash...
    At least one person has been reportedly killed and many injured in a renewed disturbances  between chieftaincy factions in Bole. Several houses have also been set ablaze. Bole based radio station Nkilgi FM identify the victim as one Jacob, a supporter of Chief Issahaku Abdulai Kant faction. One other sympathizer… ... more
    StarrFM3 hours ago
  • Gov’t to announce new mining policy Friday
    Government will on Friday 14 December 2018, announce a new policy framework for regularizing and reforming mining activities in Ghana. The announcement comes twenty one (21) months after a ban was imposed on illegal, irresponsible as well as small scale mining activities in the country. While some have speculated a… ... more
    StarrFM4 hours ago
  • Let’s treat our former leaders with dignity – Kufuor
    Former President John Agyekum Kufuor says Ghana owns its former leaders and statesmen a duty to treat them with dignity as is being demonstrated in other jurisdictions such as the United States of America. Addressing attendees of a Thanksgiving dinner organized by President Akufo-Addo, to celebrate him on the occasion… ... more
    StarrFM17 hours ago
  • Bawumia and family fete cured lepers
    Christmas came early for members of the Cured Lepers Federation when the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, hosted them at his home on Sunday 9th December, 2018. Assisted by the 2nd Lady, Hajia Samira Bawumia, the Vice President, who is also a Patron of the Lepers Aid Ghana, danced, sang… ... more
    StarrFM17 hours ago
  • Akufo-Addo leaves for Japan on 3-day official visit
    President Akufo-Addo, will leave Ghana on Sunday, 9th December, 2018, for a 3-day official visit to Japan, at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe. The purpose of the visit is to deepen further the already strong relations that exist between the two countries, as well as explore areas… ... more
    StarrFM19 hours ago
  • Afrobarometer leaders receive Distinguished Africanist award...
    Two Afrobarometer founders have received Distinguished Africanist awards from the African Studies Association (ASA) recognizing their scholarship, leadership, and service. Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, executive director of Afrobarometer and a champion of democracy across the continent, received the ASA’s Distinguished Africanist Award honoring his scholarship and service to the Africanist community.… ... more
    StarrFM19 hours ago
  • God strike me dead if I’ve ever stolen from my people – ...
    The Member of Parliament for Atewa West and Minister for Roads and Highways Kwasi Amoako Atta has sworn he has never taken what belongs to his constituents his entire life. According to him, since he became an MP he has made personal commitment to ensure that the living standards of… ... more
    StarrFM23 hours ago
  • God struck me dead if I have ever stolen from my people – ...
    The Member of Parliament for Atewa West and Minister for Roads and Highways Kwasi Amoako Atta has sworn he has never taken what belongs to his constituents his entire life. According to him, since he became an MP he has made personal commitment to ensure that the living standards of… ... more
    StarrFM23 hours ago
  • Tension at Yendi as military arrests top Andani Chief
    The Regent of Nakua near Gushegu in the Northern Region has reportedly been arrested by a heavily armed soldiers Sunday morning at Yendi, sparking fears of protest by the Andani chieftaincy faction in Tamale and Yendi. The chief, a prison officer stationed at Gambaga, Sergeant Adam Bawa Mahama performed his… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • Farmers Day: Unposted Nurse wins best poultry farmer
    A 26-year-old unposted Registered Nurse Assistant Clinical, Blessing Tutu, was adjudged the best poultry farmer and best youth farmer in New Juaben North Municipality during the 2018 Farmers Day celebration held at Koforidua-Asokore. Not posted after completing school in 2015, Blessing decided to venture into poultry farming as an alternative… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Agric sector receiving massive investment – Akufo-Addo
    President Akufo-Addo, says evidence abounds that the agricultural sector is receiving unprecedented support through massive investment aimed at transforming and modernising the sector. According to him, since assuming office, his government has left no one in doubt about the importance of agriculture as one of the cogs for accelerating economic… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Increased food production in Bongo due to Government’s int...
    The District Chief Executive (DCE) of Bongo, Peter Ayamga Ayimbisa, says food production in his area has seen a significant boost in recent times and attributed the boom to some government-initiated policies. The DCE stated this Friday as the district joined the rest of the country to commemorate this year’s… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Increased food production in Bongo due to Govt’s intervent...
    The District Chief Executive (DCE) of Bongo, Peter Ayamga Ayimbisa, says food production in his area has seen a significant boost in recent times and attributed the boom to some government-initiated policies. The DCE stated this Friday as the district joined the rest of the country to commemorate this year’s… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Nkoranza-based Obeng Boateng is National Best Farmer 2018
    A 60-year-old Nkoranza-based farmer James Obeng Boateng has been adjudged best farmer for 2018. Mr. Boateng took home a cash prize of GHC480,000 and other souvenirs at the 34th ceremony of the awards held at the Aliu Mahama sports Stadium at Tamale in the Northern region. The event was graced… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Meet the 62-year-old blind farmer at Teacher Mante as Ghana ...
    As Ghana marks Farmers Day on Friday December 7, 2018, Starr News’ Eastern Regional Correspondent Kojo Ansah visited a blind 62-year-old blind man who has defied all odds by venturing into farming in order not to shirk his breadwinner responsibilities to his family. An indigene of Teacher Mante in the… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Meet the 62-year-old blind farmer at Teacher Mante as Ghana ...
    As Ghana marks Farmers Day on Friday December 7, 2018, Starr News’ Eastern Regional Correspondent Kojo Ansah visited a blind 62-year-old blind man who has defied all odds by venturing into farming in order not to shirk his breadwinner responsibilities to his family. An indigene of Teacher Mante in the… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • We need Platform for Inter-Zongo Dialogue – Zongo Chiefs t...
    Zongo chiefs and opinion leaders in the Greater Accra Region have suggested to President Akufo-Addo the establishment of a platform to foster dialogue between all the several Zongo communities in the country to rope them in in government’s quest to develop the Zongo communities in the country. The chiefs made… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Court to rule on Islamic cleric’s detention Dec. 10
    The human  Rights Division of the Accra High Court would on Monday, December 10, 2018 rule on a Habeas Corpus motion by lawyers of an Islamic Cleric Sheikh Sidi Bukuri and three others who were arrested on alleged terrorism suspicion. A Habeas Corpus according to lawyers is a writ requiring… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Korle Bu commissions GNPC funded Burns Centre
    The Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital on Wednesday commissioned the completed Burns ICU Complex of the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre. Construction of the project, funded by the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), started in 2006 as an office block with Sterilization Unit, Conference Room, Out Patient Unit and Offices.… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Medical supplies drone project national priority – Bawumia
    Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia on Wednesday waded into the debate about the use of drones to distribute blood and other essential medicines to hard-to-reach communities across the country, saying that the technology is a national priority that would save many lives. The Vice President recounted a personal experience on… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • UG Medical Centre yet to be operationalized – Minority
    The Minority in Parliament has claimed  that the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) is still not operational. The much-talked-about Medical Centre was opened in July, 18 months after it was constructed by the erstwhile Mahama administration. The $217 million edifice had remained closed since its completion and a tussle… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Parliament to push passage of RTI to next sitting
    Parliament has set aside the first two weeks of its next meeting to pass the Right to Information Bill into Law should it fail to do so before it rises on Saturday 22 December. Speaking at a dialogue between the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Civil Society, Majority leader Osei… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • GJA celebrates Sophia Lissah, others
    The Volta Regional branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has held a short but colourful ceremony to celebrate 25 distinguished personalities. The occasion was the second Ghana Journalists Association-Volta Awards in Ho over the weekend on the theme, “Media-Key Partner in Local Governance.” A total of 11 journalists, three… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Drone project to employ 200 students
    The Vice Chairman of the Health Committee of Parliament Dr. Ayew Afriyie has said the drone deal between the government of Ghana and Ghana Drone Delivery Project will employ some 200 Ghanaian students. “They are going to employ 200 Ghanaian students. They are also going to do it in other… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Govt spending $27m on Drone Project – Minority
    The Minority in Parliament says government is spending a staggering $27million in four years on the Ghana Drone Delivery Project for the distribution of medical supplies to remote areas of the country by drones. The amount contradicts the $12million figure the government quoted. “We think the people of Ghana are… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Akufo-Addo donates Nov. salary to Reconstructive Plastic Su...
    President Akufo-Addo says he has donated his November salary of GHC25,000.00  to the Korle Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Fund as part of his contribution to resourcing the Fund to assist Ghanaians who may require plastic surgery. The President made the donation when he commissioned the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • MPs warn over no copies of Special prosecutor LI
    Members of Ghana’s Parliament are yet to have copies of the Legislative Instruments (LIs) for the office of the Special Prosecutor almost two weeks after they were laid. The Office of the Special Prosecutor Regulations, 2018 and the Office of the Special Prosecutor (Regulations), 2018 were laid by the Minister… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Adentan/Madina footbridges to be ready in April 2019
    Contractors working on the six footbridges on the Adentan/Madina Highway say the bridges will be ready for use in April 2019. They made this known Wednesday when President Akufo-Addo made a stopover during his three-day working tour of the Greater Accra Region to inspect the progress of work on the… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • No cash for 2018 Farmers Day celebration – Agric Minister
    The Food and Agriculture Minister Dr. Owusu Afriyie-Akoto has stated that the 2018 National Farmers Day celebration to be held in Tamale is likely to face challenges due to inadequacy of funds. Briefing Parliament Wednesday on the situation Dr. Afriyie Akoto said the organization of the event is dependent  largely… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Communique’ on cryptocurrency conmen not from us – US ...
    The United States Embassy in Ghana has described as “false” a communiqué warning of the existence of two con men in some six African countries duping unsuspecting citizens in those countries under the guise of cryptocurrency investment. The communique’ purportedly authored by John P. Hooks, Head of the United States’… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • We are not buying Zipline drones – Govt
    Government has debunked claims by the Minority that it was purchasing drones under the Ministry of Health Ghana Drone Delivery Project. The drone delivery network, which will be run by the Ghana Health Service and theMinistry of Health in partnership with a private company called Zipline Ghana Limited, will give… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • EC changes Charlotte Osei’s logo
    The Electoral Commission (EC) has reverted to its original logo two years after it was changed under its former chairperson Charlotte Osei. A memo announcing the restoration of the original logo which bears the coat of arms and a ballot box showing the hand casting a vote said the change… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • E/R: Youth in Afforestation beneficiaries picket over select...
    Beneficiaries of Youth in Afforestation in the Eastern Regional Capital, Koforidua,  on Tuesday morning picketed at the Regional Office of the Forestry Commission over the delay and the selective manner in the payment of their monthly allowances and arrears. According to the beneficiaries, they have not been paid for the… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • 16 Local Companies Given GHC237m govt support – Akufo-Addo
    President Akufo-Addo has taken a swipe at his opponents who claim nothing is happening under his administration by drawing their attention to the assistance offered to sixteen (16) local companies to the tune of 237 million cedis to inject new energy into them to expand and create new jobs. Speaking… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • LEAP: Recertification exercise kicks off 2019
    The Gender, Children and Social Protection Ministry will from next year begin recertification of current beneficiaries of the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP). The exercise is part of plans to exit many of the current beneficiaries from the pro-poor social intervention. LEAP is a social intervention with eligibility based on… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Drones to supply blood to villages in 2019
    The ministry of health is set  to transport blood and other emergency products to remote areas of the country by drones. The move is to reduce the challenges associated with the supply of medicines and other essential services to rural areas in the country which are difficult to by road.… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Ghana Mobile Congress to tackle employment challenges – Ed...
    The 2018 Ghana Mobile Congress will address the unemployment challenges facing Ghana, Foundation Leader of BizGroNet, Edmund Aboagye Safo has declared. Edmund Aboaye Safo explained that mobile phones, the internet and technology are other means of employment, aside industrialization which should be explored. He maintained that the Ghana Mobile Congress… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Woyome case: Judgement on property ownership set for Jan. 21
    The Supreme Court has set  January 21, 2019  for its judgement on a suit filed by defunct UT Bank claiming ownership of some properties out of many others identified by the State as belonging to the embattled businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome. The State identified five substantial properties supposedly owned by… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Information Ministry, World Bank engage on improving devt co...
    The Ministry of Information and the World Bank have commenced engagements aimed at improving development communications in Ghana. The objective is to deepen the delivery of government information on development projects and public services using information and communication technologies. Speaking at a maiden meeting, Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah asked… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Opuni Trial: Lithovit fertiliser good for cocoa, veggies –...
    The lead counsel for businessman Seidu Agongo in the GHS217 million Opuni-Agongo trial, Benson Nutsukpui today proved to the Accra High Court hearing the case that the chemical composition and scientific operation of Lithovit Foliar fertiliser, which is at the heart of the case, aided not only cocoa yield but worked… ... more
    StarrFM7 days ago
  • Nkrumah Circle and the Science of a Street Mess
    Mensah giggles at the sight of a nearby showy, self-obsessed yawn. He is not enthused; it must be coming from a man – full of himself and in his belly – who cares less about the other Accra, the one that shrieks and hops its way through haziness as though… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Christ Embassy Ghana marks Pastor Chris’ birthday with com...
    Members of the Ghana branch of the Believers’ Loveworld Incorporated also known as Christ Embassy, will mark the birthday of the founder of the church, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, with a community service. Members of the church have set aside a week to undertake a number of social interventions aimed at rendering… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • 5 Ghanaians, 2 Chinese perish in Bibiani accident
    Seven people have died in a car accident at  Bibiani in the Western region. Seven others who sustained injuries are responding to treatment at the Komfo Anokye Teaching hospital in Kumasi in the Ashanti region as Bibiani is Kumasi. Five of the deceased are Ghanaians while the two others are… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Samira Bawumia surprises La General Hospital
    The Second Lady Hajia Mrs Samira Bawumia has paid a surprise visit to new and expectant mothers at the La General Hospital in the Greater Accra region. Mrs Bawumia, a champion of maternal health, who was in the company of the members of Parliament for La- Dadekotopon and Ledzorkuku-Krowor Constituencies,… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Govt to publish Report on New Regions
    President Akufo-Addo has instructed the Ministry of Information to take steps to publish the 398 full report of the Brobbey Commission that inquired into the creation of new regions in 2018 under the chairmanship of Justice S.A. Brobbey. It will be recalled that the Supreme Court last week rejected a… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Akufo-Addo tours Greater Accra from Tuesday
    President Akufo-Addo will from Tuesday December 4, 2018 commence a three day tour of the Greater Accra Region in accordance with his commitment to pay working visits to all regions every year. This will be his 20th such visit since assumption of office and represents his final tour for year… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • MoC holds 2018 tech in Ghana conference
    Hundreds of digital entrepreneurs, stakeholders and collaborators gathered for this year’s Tech In Ghana Conference hosted by The Ministry of Communication and AB2020 at the Accra Digital Centre from 21st to 22nd November 2017 in Accra. This followed the success of the maiden conference held in London in February 2017.… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • US warns Ghana, others over Crypto con men
    The United States has issued a warning to governments of six African countries including Ghana of the existence of two con artists duping unsuspecting citizens in those countries under the guise of cryptocurrency investment. The other countries are Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and DRC Congo. The Head of the United… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • National Security picks up top sheik over terrorism suspicio...
    Details of a National Security targeted operation  days ago at Nangunyili Karaga in the Northern Region which led to the arrest of twenty (20) suspects, including a top sheik, have begun to emerge after Starr News visited the community Friday. The National Security led a joint security operatives to raid… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Ensure efficient public service – Akufo Addo Charges PSC n...
    President Akufo-Addo has charged the newly sworn in chairperson of the Public Services Commission (PSC) Janet Ampadu Fofie to ensure to build an orderly and efficient public service in the country. Addressing the newly sworn in members of the Board after administering the official oath and the Oath of Secrecy… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Create dev’t plan that will transcend political regimes ...
    President Akufo-Addo has charged the newly inaugurated 43- member board of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) to develop a planning policy that will transcend political regimes. Akufo-Addo threw the challenge when he addressed the Board at the Jubilee House after administrating the official oath and the Oath of Secrecy… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • DVLA begins e-registeration of cars Jan. 2019
    The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) would from January 2, 2019, commence the use of an electronic platform for registration of vehicles. The move, according to the Authority is to ensure that the time spent at the DVLA office is reduced drastically to prevent overcrowding. In respect to this,… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • RTI will be passed before 2018 ends – Haruna assures
    Minority leader Haruna Iddrisu has given the assurance that the Right to Information bill will be passed before 2018 comes to a close. He told journalists in Parliament Friday that the bill be considered in the House on Saturday when members meet. “There is absolute and unwavering commitment by Parliament… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Slain Kwabenya officer Ashilevi, 12 Others honoured
    Assistant Superintendent of Police, (ASP) Emmanuel Kwaku Ashilevi, who was shot and killed during the 21st January, 2018, attack on the Kwabenya Police Station by armed men has been posthumously honoured by the Police Service together with twelve others who also died in the line of duty. President  Akufo-Addo joined… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • N/R:  Security Council Flexes muscles as New Yaa-Naa Beckon...
    The Northern Regional Security Council has staged a rare public display of its military and police might to show its combat readiness as an ongoing efforts by government to end the decades old Dagbon chieftaincy crisis sparked widespread renewed tensions in many part of the region. The exercise, OPERATION SHOW… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • MTN marks 11 years of impactful corporate social investment
    MTN Ghana Foundation, the Corporate Social Investment wing of MTN Ghana is commemorating 11 years of impacting over 4 million people across Ghana. The Foundation was launched on 24 November 2007, with a mission to improve the quality of lives of people through appropriate and sustainable corporate social responsibility interventions… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Govt set to auction abandoned state gallopers
    Government has decided to auction the gallopers parked for years at the Local Government Institute, Deputy Finance Minister Kwaku Kwarteng has revealed. The move, according to him, was necessitated by the government’s apprehension over the perception the rotting vehicles will send to the tax payer. The vehicles numbering 86 were… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • N/R: 20 Arrested in military swoop at Karaga
    A heavy military operation has ended in several Fulani communities at Karaga in the Northern Region with over 20 suspects rounded up. It comes amidst increasing tensions in Dagbon after a historic announcement of arrangements for the funeral rites of two late chiefs of the Kingdom from the warring Abudu… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Nat’l Security wades into threat to blow up oil fields
    The National Security is investigation reports of a plot to blow up oil fields in the Western Region following agitations over the Ghana-US military Cooperation Agreement. Former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko in May during a meeting with some oil companies on the sidelines of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Govt’s seed money for National Cathedral illegal – Ayin...
    The Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga East Dr Dominic Ayine has described as illegal government’s plan to provide seed money for the construction of the controversy-ridden National Cathedral. The source of financing of the religious edifice has been a matter of controversy with many identifiable groups, including the Trades Union… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Lead NDC with integrity – Pentecost Chair to Ofosu Ampofo
    The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has counseled the newly elected National Chairman of the largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo to be the salt and Light of his political Party by leading it with integrity and with the fear of God.… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • N/R: Heavy military operation in Karaga after decision on Da...
    There is heavy military operation underway in several Fulani communities at Karaga in the Northern Region amidst increasing tensions in Dagbon ahead of historic arrangements for the funeral rites of two late chiefs of the Abudu and Andani royal families. Four military trucks loaded the troops into the district capital… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Fishing Harbours, Landing sites coming up soon – Oppong Nk...
    Parliament is expected to soon approve the construction of 10 Coastal Fishing Harbours and Landing Sites. It follows a recent Cabinet approval of the commercial and financial agreement for these projects and a recommendation from Cabinet to Parliament for consideration and approval by Parliament. Information Minister Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah who disclosed… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • New regions: Supreme Court throws out constitutionality suit
    A seven-member Supreme Court panel presided over by Justice Sophia Adeniyira has dismissed the suit challenging the constitutionally of government’s decision to create six (6) new regions. The Applicants in the action, Mayor Agebleze, Destiny Awlimey and Jean-Claude Amenyaoglo, were essentially seeking interpretation of the Article 5(4) of the 1992… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • I look forward to community sentencing – Chief Justice
    The Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has hinted of  plans to initiate processes for the amendment of the sentencing provisions of the criminal Procedure Act to allow Judges to sentence convicts to community service. “On Community service, I will be very happy if we have more opportunity to sentence people to… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • LX HR solutions to host the 2nd Annual ‘Diaspora Drive’ ...
    LX HR solutions is set to present the second edition of the annual conference The Diaspora Drive on Thursday, December 20, 2018. The conference will be held at the Marriott Hotel, Accra, Ghana from 9 am – 4 pm followed by an exclusive cocktail networking sessions which ends at 8… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Laugh for Lives Africa to host Ghana’s first ever Social i...
    The first annual Ghana Social Impact Summit that seeks to bring both African leaders and emerging social impact professionals together is scheduled to take place in Accra. The groundbreaking Summit will be a festival of celebration and showcasing of social interventions by corporate bodies that believe in Corporate Social Responsibility… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Laugh for lives to host Ghana’s first ever Social impact s...
    The first annual Ghana Social Impact Summit that seeks to bring both African leaders and emerging social impact professionals together is scheduled to take place in Accra. The groundbreaking Summit will be a festival of celebration and showcasing of social interventions by corporate bodies that believe in Corporate Social Responsibility… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Focus on Locally made guns – Akufo-Addo to Small Arms Comm...
    President  Akufo-Addo has charged the National Commission on Small Arms and Light Weapons to focus  attention not only on weapons coming into the country through its boarders, but on the proliferation of weapons in the country that are manufactured locally. Addressing the Board Chairman and Members of the Board of… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Let’s Exchange Students – St. Vincent Premier to Akufo-A...
    The Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, has proposed the institutionalization of a student exchange programme between Ghana and St. Vincent and the Grenadines that will see Ghanaian students coming over to study in his country and vice versa for St. Vincent students. Prime Minister Gonsalves,… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
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