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NPP’s call for voter’s register clean-up is misplaced – NDC

NPP’s call for voter’s register clean-up is misplaced – NDC

The National Executive Committee of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has reacted to a call by the main opposition party- New Patriotic Party (NPP)- for a clean-up of the voter’s register, describing the move as a “diversionary tactics”

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EC spends GHc397m on District Assembly elections

The Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana is spending over GH₵397 million on the up-coming District Assembly and Unit Committee elections due to judicial procedures that has not only delayed the process but had increased the financial burden for the nation

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1,650 to contest District Assembly Elections in W/R-EC

A total of 1,650 candidates, comprising 1,592 males and 58 females have filed their nominations to contest the District level Elections (DLE) in the Western Region slated for September 1, this year

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Council of State welcomes NDPC’s developmental policy framework

The Council of State has approved the National Development Planning Commission’s upcoming long term policy framework that will encourage stability and continuity in governance

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Include childhood cancers in the NHIS – Specialist Pediatrician

Dr. Lawrence Osei-Tutu, a Specialist Pediatrician at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), has called for the inclusion of childhood cancers in the “disease list” covered by the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) to reduce the high death rate

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Osabarima Attah II, participates in ninth sanitation exercise in Cape Coast

The ninth National Sanitation Day was on Saturday hosted by the Central Region

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Mawuli Junior High School appeals for furniture

A good number of students of Mawuli Junior High School (JHS) in Ho carry tables and chairs to school regularly

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Pope Francis’ call for bold agreement laudable – Dr Vanderpuije

Pope Francis’ call for bold agreement laudable – Dr Vanderpuije

Dr Alfred Oko Vanderpuije, Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, has urged his colleagues, world mayors, to support the call by Pope Francis for a “bold agreement that confines global warming to a limit safe for humanity.”

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Ghana records decline in armed robbery, drug trafficking

Ghana records decline in armed robbery, drug trafficking

Mr James Agalga, Deputy Minister of the Interior, on Wednesday said despite the fact that the Ministry met challenges this year, some significant gains have been made towards improving the security situation in the country

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23 athletes for final preparation

The National Paralympic Committee (NPC), has selected 23 athletes for the final phase of preparations for the 2015 All Africa Games (AAG), in Congo

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Stakeholders in education urged to help shape lives of children

Madam Rita Odoley Sowah, the La-Dadekotopon Municipal Chief Executive, has urged stakeholders in education, to help mould the lives of children

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World Vision Ghana organises national citizens’ hearing

World Vision Ghana, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and its collaborating partners, has organised the National Citizens’ Hearing, to assess Ghana’s performance on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

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Airtel Ghana donates to Adansi health facility

Airtel Ghana has donated a motorbike, water pump, standby generators, mattresses and computers to the Adansi Community Clinic in the Western Region to improve their infrastructural and transport needs

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Businessman in trouble for issuing false cheque

A 40 year-old businessman has been fined GH¢ 720.00 by the Tarkwa Circuit Court for issuing a dud cheque to a transport operator after hiring his vehicle to transact business

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Central Region hosts National Sanitation Day

Mr Emmanuel K Agyekum, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, has urged Ghanaians to put aside their tribal, political and religious affiliations, and join the crusade against the destruction of the environment

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Parliament urged to concentrate more on national issues

Parliament urged to concentrate more on national issues

Citizen Ghana Movement, a non-partisan network, on Thursday urged Members of Parliament to concentrate more on national issues, than issues of contempt of the house

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