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Government committed to create better conditions for Ghanaians – Amidu

The Minister of the Interior, Mr. Martin Amidu, has restated the government’s commitment to improve on the living conditions of Ghanaians as promised by the President. He said this when he paid separate courtesy calls on some chiefs in the Upper East Region to wish them happy Christmas and prosperous …

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Chief commends Ministry of the Interior for maintaining peace in 2010

Pe Charles Awiah Awampaga II, the President of the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs, has commended the Ministry of the Interior for ensuring peace and security in the country in 2010. The Chief, who is the Paramount Chief of the Paga Traditional Area, said this when the Interior Minister, …

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National Service Scheme Board denies media reports on audit unit

The Board of Directors of the Ghana National Service Scheme (GNSS) has denied media report s alleging untoward activities in the Internal Audit Unit of the GNSS. In a statement issued by the Board signed by its Secretary, Mr Ambrose Entsiwah Jnr, the Board said “The GNSS since October, 2009 …

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National Service Board says placement exercises based on qualifications

The Governing Board of the Ghana National Service Scheme (GNSS) says the Scheme follows the approved Public Service procedures and criteria in its placement exercises at the Secretariat. This, it said, was based on relevant academic and professional records as well as competencies made available to it. This was contained …

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Muslims urged to crave for visionary leadership

Dr. Sulley Gariba, adviser at the office of the Vice President at the weekend urged Muslims to crave for a visionary leadership that would provide direction and focus for national development. He said: “an established vision guided by inspirational leaders would help define specific missions commensurate with things needed for …

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Farm labourer fined for stealing cocoa beans

A 36-year old farm labourer, Grushi Adua, who stole two bags of cocoa, costing GH¢400 was sentenced to a fine of GH¢600 or in default three months imprisonment with hard labour by the Suhum Magistrate Court presided over by Mrs Comfort Sarpong. The accused person charged with stealing, pleaded guilty …

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Driver fined GH¢180 for speeding

The Suhum Magistrate court presided over by Mrs. Comfort Sarpong has sentenced a 32 year old Taxi Driver to a fine of GH¢180 for speeding. The accused person, Obo Adai, charged with speeding and failing to stop, pleaded guilty with explanation but his explanation was not accepted by the court. …

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Ghanaians urged not to give in to cynicism

The Right Reverend Professor Osei Safo-Kantanka, Methodist Bishop of Kumasi, has advised Ghanaians not to give in to cynicism but to remain steadfast in the believe that there are better things ahead. He said they should pray fervently to God to shower his blessing on the nation and strengthen the …

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Stakeholders trained on project management

A three-day stakeholders’ training, on project management, organized by Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), has ended at Kotokrom, near Sunyani, in the Brong-Ahafo Region. The project, jointly sponsored by Big Lottery Fund and Planned Parenthood Federation, was aimed at evaluating a PPAG project; Addressing the reproductive health needs and …

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