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Chief Justice lauds POS foundation on non-custodial sentencing bill

The Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has lauded the POS Foundation for picking up the daunting challenge of producing a Non-Custodial Sentencing Draft Bill. She said the Foundation came out with the Draft Bill after she had tasked them to do their advocacy on the issue of prison decongestion from the …

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Journalists urged to bridge the gap of injustice and inequality

Ambassador Kabral Blay-Amihere, a former Chairman of the National Media Commission, has urged Journalists in the West African Sub-region to help bridge the inequality and injustice gap by exposing corruption and corrupt practices. He said corruption was one of the banes of Africa’s under development. Ambassador Blay-Amihere was speaking at …

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Rainfall pattern has changed in Ghana – EPA

Dr Emmanuel Tachie-Obeng, the National Focal Person on Climate Change Education and Awareness, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on Wednesday said the country’s rainfall pattern has changed and become unpredictable over the past 30 years. “Statistical analysis over the years shows that the change has occurred significantly in the savannah zone, …

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Kufour entreats ARAP to revolutionize rice farming

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has entreated the leadership of the Africa Rice Advocacy Platform (ARAP) to lead the way in enhancing the production of quality and nutritious rice to impact positively on the economic development of the Continent. Members of ARAP, after a two-day learning event in Accra, paid …

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NGO to mark ‘Day of the Girl Child’ with Immunisation

Ahead of the International Day of the Girl Child on Thursday October 11, Concern Health Education Project, a non-governmental organisation, says it would engage young children to discuss the importance of immunization. The radio programme that will involve health care workers and political actors, would highlight the need for immunization …

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NPP faithfuls clear filth at Town Council Line

Supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ablekuma Central Constituency have undertaken a clean-up exercise to clear the filth at the Town Council Line to ensure a clean environment devoid of diseases. The party faithfuls, who numbered about 100, participated in the four-hour exercise and desilted choked drains, …

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Businessman jailed for fraud

An Accra Circuit Court on Wednesday sentenced Benjamin Quaye Commey, a businessman, to nine months imprisonment in hard labour for defrauding an elder of the Musama Disco Christo Church, Teshie branch, of GH¢20,000.00. In addition, the Court presided over by Mr Emmanuel Essandoh ordered Commey to pay GH¢12,500.00 to Victoria …

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Business operators plead with TFC Management to reconsider decision to evict them 

Businesses operating at the Trade Fair Centre (TFC), have pleaded with the management of the centre to reconsider the decision to evict them from the place. The over 250 entities established there have been given up to the coming December, to pack out to allow for the re-development of the …

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Science and Technical Universities would help develop the country – Prof. Dzisi

The Vice Chancellor of Koforidua Technical University (KTU), Professor Smile Dzisi, said Technical Universities have the capacity to produce graduates with the requisite skills that would help speed up the development of the country. Prof. Dzisi who was speaking at a media soiree organized by the University said technical and vocational …

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First Lady renovates and equips Braille Production Centre in Accra

First Lady Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo has, through her Rebecca Foundation, renovated and fully equipped the Braille Production Centre, in Accra, by replacing outdated and faulty equipment at the Centre. The renovated Centre, also known as the Braille Press, estimated at GHC 145,000.00 would help increase access to Braille books. This …

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