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Petitioners happy over Charlotte Osei’s removal

The petitioners in the case for the impeachment of Mrs Charlotte Osei as Electoral Commission (EC) Chairperson have celebrated the outcome. The petitioners in July 2017 requested the President to sack Mrs Osei, citing various breaches. The President, acting on the recommendation of the Chief Justice’s Judicial Enquiry Committee, on …

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Auditor-General submits four audit reports to Parliament

The Auditor-General has submitted four audit reports to Parliament in accordance with the requirement of the Constitution. These are the performance audit report on management of health care waste, consolidated annual accounts for the 2017 financial year, public accounts – ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs), and the District Assemblies Common …

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GEA wants government partnership for 1D1F implementation

The Ghana Employers Association (GEA) has called on government to involve its members in the implementation of its flagship One District one Factory Initiative. It said, its large membership base, all engaged in medium and large scale businesses, in the private sector, were poised to partner the government to significantly …

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CHRAJ urges Ghanaians to help in the fight against corruption

Mr Richard Quayson, Deputy Commissioner; Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has urged Ghanaians to holistically join the fight against corruption, “no sitting on the fence, we need to join resources together to fight a common enemy”. Mr Quayson tagged corruption as a major challenge for all societies …

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Valley View University inducts 112 nurses

The Department of Nursing at the Valley View University (VVU) on Saturday inducted 112 nurses with a pinning ceremony organised for them to be ushered into the profession. The pinning ceremony, which preceded their graduation on Sunday, afforded the inducted nurses, the opportunity to later on, write their licensure examination …

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KNUST inspires students and young graduates to create jobs

Professor Mark Adom-Asamoah, Provost of the College of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has said the authorities has prioritised to develop the entrepreneurial acumen of students. The idea, he explained, was being advanced by the various Colleges in collaboration with the University’s Business School, mandated to …

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