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Ayew brothers axed, as Appiah recalls Gyan to face Sierra Leone

Kwasi Appiah, Black Stars head coach, has announced his 23-man squad to face Sierra Leone in a double header 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier. The Black Stars, who occupy top spot in Group J, with three points with a higher goal difference would face off against the Leone …

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Building youth integrity will help fight corruption – GII 

Mr Benedict Doh, the Finance Manager at the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), has observed that building integrity among the youth is the surest way to promote accountability to fight corruption. He said educating the younger generation about the benefits of integrity, transparency, and good governance would imbibe in them the …

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Right to Information comes with responsibilities – Media Experts

Media experts, at a panel discussion in Accra, have called on the Government to be proactive and finalise debates and reviews for the passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill into law. The programme was organised by the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism of the Blue Crest University …

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Prof. Akilagpa Sawyer calls for public agreement review committees

Professor Akilagpa Sawyer, a Former Council of State Member, has proposed the establishment of a Public Agreement Review Committee to review and check the possible corruption or otherwise in public agreements in the country. “We must establish a technical review process so that at the end of negotiating any major …

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Moshake advises Mahama to disengage himself from NPP

Outspoken executive member of the Tema East Constituency wing of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Stephen Ashitey Adjei, has urged former President Mahama to disengage himself from the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP). According to Mr Ashitey Adjei, who is popularly called Moshake, Mr Mahama was making a mockery …

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Fire guts eight bedroom house in Sunyani

An eight bedroom detached house with an un-estimated amount of property was on Friday completely gutted by fire at New Town, a suburb within the central part of Sunyani. The fire started around 0950 hours from an unknown source with smoke that engulfed the entire building, Mr Richmond Mills, an …

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Wa Community Credit Union declares war on loan defaulters

Naa Bawa Seidu, the Board Chairman of Wa Community Co-operative Credit Union (WACCU), has urged members to support the Board to wage a relentless war against loan delinquency which has slowed down operations of the union. Non-payment of loans for the past decade had been a bane to the Union’s …

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Aliu Mahama Foundation presents start-up capital to women

Aliu Mahama Foundation has presented an amount of GHC 12,000 to women groups at Yendi as start-up capital to enable them to establish as well as expand their business ventures to help alleviate poverty. The beneficiary women were trained by the Aliu Mahama Foundation on shea butter processing, soap and …

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UCC students warned against cultism, anti-social behaviours

Students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have been warned to desist from engaging in cultism, hooliganism and other anti-social behaviours that will disturb the peace of the University. The Vice Chancellor, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, who gave the warning, said the University would not countenance any such activities …

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African leaders urged to invest in Sexual and Reproductive Health

Mr Sam Ntalemo, the Representative of the International Plan Parenthood Federation, Africa Region, has called on African leaders to invest in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of their citizenry. He said with the right investments, young people, especially girls, would be in school to prepare them for their …

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