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Monthly Archives: December, 2021

Volta Region: Police swoop on criminal elements towards safe, secure yuletide

Following incidents of lawlessness, narcotics peddling and abuse of motorcycle use in the Volta Region, the Regional Police Command carried out swoops within the Akatsi South and Ketu South Municipalities to check the development. A total of 115 motor riders...

Top Ghanaian cardinal in Vatican abruptly puts in resignation

Cardinal Peter Appiah Turkson, seen by some as a candidate to become the first African pope in about 1,500 years, has abruptly offered his resignation from a key Vatican department, sources familiar with the matter said on Saturday. Turkson, 73,...

Human negligence causing 98% of fire outbreak – Ghana Fire Service

About 98 percent of fire outbreaks recorded in the country could be prevented as they are due to human negligence, the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has said. Mr Joseph Amihere, Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipal Fire Commander who made this assertion noted,...

Mental Health Authority rolls out policy

A stakeholders' meeting on the Mental Health Policy has been held to help prioritise mental health education in the country. The meeting was also to educate stakeholders, who included representatives from the Ghana Health Service, Ghana Education Service amongst others...

Avoid jaywalking to save your own lives – Bono Regional Minister cautions ahead of yuletide

Madam Justina Owusu-Banahene, the Bono Regional Minister has launched the Regional Road Safety Campaign with a call on the general public to avoid jaywalking to prevent pedestrians knockdowns in the yuletide. Jaywalking is a violation of traffic regulations, particularly, when...

Beware of modern-day slavery – ActionAid Ghana tells youth

Sensitisation workshops have been held for young people in the Kpandai, Nanumba South, and East Gonja Districts to educate them on issues of modern slavery, their right to decent work, and need to seek justice if victimized. About 150 young...

Students, teachers want sexual reproductive health to be taught in schools – Norsaac’s study

A study has revealed that some students at basic schools in the northern part of the country prefer to be taught Sexual Reproductive Health Education (SRHE) because their parents are not able to discuss such issues with them. The study...

CSOs Platform on SDGs, others begin project to promote accountability in 21 MMDAs

A project has begun to promote accountability mechanisms in 21 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) using citizens generated data whilst promoting gender sensitive planning and budgeting from public expenditure tracking approaches. The seven-month-long project, is being implemented by the...

UW/R: Water Resources Commission inaugurates 3 Local Water Committees

The Water Resources Commission (WRC) has inaugurated three maiden Local Water Committees (LWCs) within the Black Volta Basin located in the Lawra and Nandom Municipalities and the Lambussie District of the Upper West Region. The Committees are the Kamba One...

“Long Live The King” but let him not “pamper criminality”: A Plus, Kevin Taylor respond to Otumfuo

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu’s recent comments on taxes and taxation continue to elicit reactions from a broad range of public figures, on-air and online. The latest are two prominent voices on social media, Kwame Asare Obeng, widely known as...
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