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Denmark hands over Eastern Corridor Fibre Optic Network Extension to Ghana

The Denmark has provisionally handed over the Eastern Corridor Fibre Optic Network Extension Project to the Ministry of Communications, which will be managed by the National Information Technology Agency (NITA). The 165 kilometres, which connects the Eastern Corridor Optic Fibre from Ho to Accra, was financed with a grant of …

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Two accidents claim 18 lives in Northern Region

An accident on Sunday morning at Yapei-Yipala on the Tamale – Buipe Highway in the Northern Region left 16 people dead on the spot with scores of other passengers injured. According to a police report issued by the Northern Regional Police Command in Tamale on Sunday, the accident happened at …

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Interior Minister urges security agencies to utilise GH¢800m special fund

Mr Ambrose Dery, the Minister of Interior, has urged the security agencies to submit procurement proposals for the purchasing of equipment for their re-tooling. He said the Government had made available this year GH¢800 million for the re-tooling of the security sector agencies under his ministry to enable them deliver …

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TEN partners introduce project to ensure cleaner environment

The TEN partners have introduced the Community-led Environment and Beach improvement and school sanitation (CLEBISS) project in its bid to curb the rampant pollution of the environment, water bodies through plastic and human waste. “Already, the ocean is filled with about 165 million tons of plastic and by the 2050, …

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Council of State backs measures to protect depositors’ interests

The Council of State has given backing to measures taken by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to protect the interests of depositors. It asked that it continued to strengthen its regulation enforcement to ensure sanity in the banking sector. This was contained in a press release signed by the acting …

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Africa and Asia to take strong stand on energy

Africa and Asian countries are expected to take a strong stand on energy at the World Bank/International Monetary Fund (IMF) spring meetings in Washington, next week. They would be pushing for the Bretton Wood Institution to change the position that it would not officially be funding coal-fired stations. Access to …

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GNPC commits $9m to professorial chair at UMAT

Mr K.K Sarpong, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has said the corporation was keen to build the research and technology base of the country in advancing its development. According to him, industries could only do well based on quality research and innovations from academia …

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Court remands lawyer and accomplice for sentencing in alleged $200,000 land fraud

An Accra Circuit Court has remanded into Police Custody Owusu Sekyere, an attorney and another for sentencing on April 24 in an alleged fraudulent $200,000 land transaction. Owusu Sekyere, a senior attorney and Albert Coleman are alleged to have collected the amount from one Ato Hamilton under the pretext of …

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Grenades suspects to stand trial at High Court

Two persons, who were found in possession of seven grenades at Odorkor in Accra, are expected to appear before an Accra High Court for trial to commence on May 17, this year. Ismaila Ali Musah, 31 and Abdul Karim Yakubu, 30, have been committed to stand trial by the District …

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Ghana to focus on bio-rational products to manage Fall Armyworm

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture says it has shifted its focus from synthetic insecticides to bio-rational products, for the management of the Fall Armyworm (FAW) infestation, as part of its short, medium and long-term management measures. The focus on bio-rational products is to ensure minimum pest resistance by the …

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