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Court of Appeal rules against findings of Judgement Debt Commission on Woyome   

The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome in an application seeking the Court to set aside some adverse findings in the Judgement Debt Commission’s report.      The three member panel presided over by Justice Victor Ofoe in their submission was of the view that …

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Vandal murder case: Counsel prays court to discharge footballer

Defence counsel for the 23-year-old footballer who allegedly stabbed to death a former student of the University of Ghana during an argument has prayed a Madina District Court to discharge his client. Mr Derrick Adu-Gyamfi who represented George Osei Mensah, the accused, argued that there had been an unreasonable delay …

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Ghana Integrity Initiative receives corruption complaints in South Dayi District

Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) on Wednesday received complaints and reports from people in the South Dayi District about acts of corruption in the District. The complaints border mainly on dishonest use of power in access to education, healthcare and utility services. The exercise was part of GII’s Advocacy and Legal …

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GNPC will not engage in philanthropy anymore – CEO

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) will no longer engage in philanthropy activities, Dr Kofi Konduah Sarpong, the Chief Executive Officer of GNPC has said The organization will rather  focus  on social impact activities to clearly articulate its vision of being a global oil and gas company whose operations had …

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Human rights issues not a preserve of Superior courts – Chief Justice

Chief Justice Sophia A.B. Akuffo has asked magistrates to be advocates of human rights in the performance of their duties. “The concept that human rights issues remain the preserve of the high courts and Supreme Court is wrong. Human right issues cuts across all courts. Strive to bear your responsibility …

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Stop making the perilous journey to Libya – Minister

Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Minister Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has renewed the call to Ghanaians to resist any temptation to travel to the North African country of Libya, saying, that could be perilous. She added that it would be ill-advised for anybody to do that – they would be risking …

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Minister outlines flood-prevention measures

Mr. Samuel Atta Akyea, Water Resources, Works and Housing Minister, has announced a raft of flood-prevention measures ahead of this year’s rainy season. This includes pulling down structures erected on waterways, removing silt from major water courses, construction of drains and dredging of the Odaw River. He indicated that these …

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Cocoa products consumption prevents malaria – Prof Addai

Professor Frederick K. Addai, Head of Anatomy, University of Ghana Medical School has encouraged the public to consume cocoa products because it helps prevent malaria.      According to the Professor, the consumption of cocoa kills the malaria parasites and stimulates the body system, making it work better and stronger.      …

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Japan Embassy signs ¥92m agreement with GBC

The Embassy of Japan, on Thursday, signed an Exchange of Note and Grant Agreement for 92 million Yen with the Ghana Broadcasting Cooperation (GBC).     The agreement is part of a project that aims to improve the quality of the State’s broadcasting channel, as well as enable better access to …

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KNUST reviewing academic curricula

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is reviewing its academic curricula and research programmes to meet the current socio-economic needs of society. Professor Kwasi Obiri-Danso, the Vice Chancellor, said more emphasis was being placed on research with focus on technology and innovation development, since they were the …

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