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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Assin North ‘MP’ appealed High Court ruling which nullified his election

James Gyakye Quayson, whose election as Member of Parliament for Assin North nullified by Cape Coast High Court, has filed to contest the ruling. Contained in the appeal document which is available to Mynewsafric.com insisted that the Cape Coast High...

Pay us, we’re dying – Contractors to gov’t

The Volta regional Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors has bemoaned the poor state of its members which they blame on the refusal of government to pay them for works they have done for the state. In an interaction...

Expedite action on constituting boards of education sector agencies – Eduwatch to gov’t

Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) has called on government to expedite action in constituting various boards in the education sector for strategic leadership and oversight in ongoing reform and the delivery of quality social services. This the group said will help...

I wear face mask, hat to escape attacks from disappointed NPP members – Dr. Amoako Baah

A former political science lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Dr. Richard Amoako Baah, has revealed that he is forced to always wear a nose mask and hat just so he could hide from...

Confiscated Rosewood to be donated to National Cathedral Project – Abu Jinapor

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Samuel Abu Jinapor, has indicated that all confiscated rosewood would be donated to the construction of the National Cathedral. Speaking to journalists at Tema Port after inspecting some five-container seized rosewood, Mr. Jinapor...

We accepted 4% salary increment to save our jobs – TEWU

The General Secretary of Teachers and Educational Workers Union (TEWU) Mark Dankyira Korankye says organized labour has agreed to the 4% increment on public sector salaries to among other things avert possible retrenchment. He however said organized labour did not...

UTAG begins indefinite strike August 2, 2021

The leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has called on its members to withdraw their services from Monday, August 2 2021. The services the leadership of UTAG listed include, teaching, examinations, invigilation, marking of scripts, processing examination...

National Cathedral donation: The GH₵100 ‘Susu’ campaign is our Initiative – Secretariat

The National Cathedral Secretariat has asked the public to go easy on government regarding a GH₵100 donation announced by the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Attah during the Mid-Year budget presentation on Thursday July 29, 2021, in the aide of National...

Works begin on Ashaiman-Tema overhead, motorway to experience disruption to traffic flow – GHA

The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) has announced it will begin works on the Ashaiman overpass bridge. GHA in a statement said the works which is set to begin on August 1, 2021, will have some disruptions to traffic flow till...
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