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Mahama: Ghanaians complain too much

Mahama: Ghanaians complain too much

President John Mahama has said Ghanaians are too pessimistic because they do not appreciate government’s efforts to improve their well-being

World Vision (WV) Germany, invested GHC 27 million on development projects in Twifo-Atti Morkwa and the Hemang-Lower-Denkyira Districts for the 19 years it has been operating in the area

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Ghana Players must apologise to President Mahama – Akunnor

Charles Kobina Akunnor, former Ghana captain and Ambassador for Ghana 2014 World Cup, has called on members of the Black Stars to apologise to President John Dramani Mahama for snubbing his call during the competition

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Ghanaian Senior High School teams and over 1,000 students are gearing up to compete regionally to showcase their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills to address real world challenges

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The Freemasons of Ghana has donated three patient monitors valued at ¢18,000 to the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in the Western Region to help in the clinical care of critically ill patients

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After a very rancorous meeting of stakeholders at the Ministry of Trade and Industry last Wednesday where blows were almost exchanged, the Acting Minister of Trade, Dr. Mustapha Ahmed issued a statement asking for the suspension of the Standard Board’s proposed Ghana Conformity Assessment Policy

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Over the last one month, the nation has been held spellbound by chilling and sickening testimonies by witnesses at the ongoing hearing by the Three-member Presidential Commission enquiring into the disgrace Ghana suffered at the 2014 ‘mundial’ in faraway Brazil

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Actress Jackie Appiah to speak on World Cup sex rumour

Actress Jackie Appiah appears before the World Cup Commission today. She is expected to clear the air about rumours that she went on a sex frolic with former Sports Minister Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah while in Brazil as one of the several Ambassadors for the FIFA 2014 World Cup

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Ghana could implode in a civil war any time – Antwi-Danso warns

Ghana can degenerate into a civil war at any time, Senior Research Fellow at the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD) at the University of Ghana, Dr Vladimir Antwi-Danso has said

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The Ashanti Regional Office of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has marked the 2014 World Tourism Day at a ceremony at Domeabra near Kumasi with a call on tourist facilities to work within rules and regulations

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The government is to upgrade the GRATIS Centre at Koforidua to be used as one of the campuses of the proposed GRATIS University College of Applied Technology (GUCAT)

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The Bank of Ghana (BOG) is collaborating with security agencies to locate and eliminate unregistered micro-finance agencies operating in the country

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Border personnel charged to be vigilant on Ebola disease

Mr Fritz Bafour, Chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Ebola prevention at Ghana’s borders, has charged security personnel and port nurses to be vigilant to ensure that the disease did spread into the country

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Government to establish two gold refineries

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday announced that Government would establish two gold refineries to process and add value to the country’s gold before exporting

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Ghana is peaceful and stable for investment – President Mahama

Ghana is the most peaceful and stable country in the West African sub-region for doing fruitful business and investment, President John Dramani Mahama said

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Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has urged traditional leaders in the Greater Accra Region to reduce land and chieftaincy disputes in order to attract investors to the region

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