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Kotoko’s job the most difficult in my coaching career – C.K. Akunnor

Charles Kwabena Akunnor, newly-appointed head coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, has described his job at the club as the most difficult in his coaching career. The German-trained technical handler, who was at a ceremony in Kumasi on Wednesday, said the task ahead was, however, surmountable and called for the massive …

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Engineer calls for total paradigm shift towards skills development

Mr Christian Agordah, an Engineer and the Head of Monitoring and Evaluation/Coordinator, National Anti-corruption Action Plan (NACAP, National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) has called for a total paradigm shift towards skills development. He said the paradigm shift towards skills development would enable skills, provided by industry and the Technical and …

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Education Ministry invites National Best Teacher Award Nominees

The Ministry Of Education has invited 10 teachers nominated from across the country to receive honours and awards in the 2018 National Best Teacher Awards ceremony slated for October 5, 2018. The invitation encompasses a pre-symposium before the awards ceremony where nominees would be urged to motivate other teachers with …

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GHS starts registration for free distribution of treated nets

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) will on Thursday October 4, begin the registration of households for the free distribution of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLITN) across the country. The distribution of the LLITN will be done in partnership with the Ghana Malaria Control Programme as part of efforts to …

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Vice Chancellor urges African governments to invest more in agriculture

Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, has called on African governments to invest more in agriculture in order to ensure food security on the continent. “Today, conversations on food and nutrition security have taken centre stage globally, because of the urgency for the world to …

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Legislation to strengthen community management of natural resources soon – Owusu-Bio

The Government Wednesday said it would soon place the Wildlife Resource Management Bill before Parliament for passage into law to back community participation, governance and ownership of the natural resources, particularly, the wildlife and forest resources.The Law would also consolidate all the fragmented policies on natural resource conservation and give …

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Move task force from premises of beverage manufacturers – AGI

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has called on the Ghana Revenue Authority to move its task force from the premises of its beverage manufacturers to stop the disruption in business operations. At a press conference on the activities of the Task force, Dr Yaw Adu Gyamfi, President of the …

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IOM organises workshop for journalists in Western Region

A two-day training workshop on effective awareness raising and communication on irregular migration in the country has been held for selected journalists in the Western Region. The workshop was organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with funding from the European Union (EU). Mrs Florence Kim, a Communication Expert …

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Sekyere East introduces “Pay-as-you-fetch” policy

The Sekyere East District Assembly has introduced a “Pay-as-you-fetch” policy to help raise revenue to maintain boreholes and other water supply facilities in communities in the area. The new policy allows water and sanitation committees to collect fees from people when they fetched water from community water supply systems. Mr …

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Make Judiciary financial independence a reality – Chief Justice

Ms Sophia Akuffo, the Chief Justice on Wednesday tasked government to devise means and mechanisms to ensure that the financial independence of the judiciary, envisaged by the Constitution becomes a reality. According to the Chief Justice (CJ), although the Constitution guaranteed the judiciary, financial independent, in practice, it was not …

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