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Plant Breeders Bill won’t introduce GMO- Agbesi

Mr Alfred Agbesi, Deputy Majority Leader in Parliament, has reiterated that the Plant Breeders Bill before Parliament is not intended to introduce Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) food into the country

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Ada West Assembly relocates to new office

The Ada West District Assembly has rehabilitated the old Highways Department yard at Sege at the cost of GH¢165,000 for use as the district’s administration offices

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Fire destroys building in Prestea

A building which used to house the Ghana Fire Service at Prestea in the Western Region was on Monday morning razed down by a fire

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Digital publishing workshop opens in Accra

Worldreader Ghana, a non-profit organisation, on Wednesday organized a workshop for selected local publishers in Accra to digitize culturally relevant values to help develop the habit of reading, especially among students

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Rights of children must be protected

Children in and around Ajumako Techiman in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District, have appealed to government and other stakeholders campaigning for the welfare of children, to rise up to ensure that their rights are protected and respected

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Regional Minister worried about defunct factories in Upper East

Dr Ephraim Avea Nsoh, Upper East Regional Minister, on Tuesday expressed disappointment at the manner in which factories in the Upper East Region were left to deteriorate

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Highway robbers kill driver

A 32 year-old cargo truck driver was killed in the early hours of Wednesday by robbers at the Breku Forest on the Accra-Kumasi Highway

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Vivo Energy Ghana pilots road safety campaign

Vivo Energy, the company that distributes and markets Shell branded products in 16 African markets, in partnership with the National Road Safety Commission is implementing a school road safety programme dubbed “My Road Safety” to educate children

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Father Campell urges youth to eschew vices

Reverend Father Andrew Campbell, Chairman of Lepers Aid Committee, has appealed to Ghanaians, especially the youth to eschew the “pull him down syndrome.”

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President Mahama seals electricity agreement with TAQA

President Mahama seals electricity agreement with TAQA

Government has given a boost to its age long desire to achieve electricity generation to 5,000 megawatts by 2016 brokering a deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the construction of a 350MW power plant in the Western Region

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Boy, 16, drowns in abandoned galamsey pit

Boy, 16, drowns in abandoned galamsey pit

A 16-year old illegal mining operator, Enoch Afriyie, got drowned in an abandoned “galamsey” pit at Prestea

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Blame Nana Addo for NPP’s Defeats – GAKE

Blame Nana Addo for NPP’s Defeats – GAKE

The new pressure group, Get Alan Kyerematen Elected (GAKE) expresses grave concern on the inability of Nana Akufo-Addo to take responsibility of the abysmal electoral performances of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in recent times

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Bishop Ayensu’s Prophesies Are From The Devil – Prophet Kankam

The leader of the Christ Jesus of Nazareth for all Freedom Fighters Fellowship, Prophet Emmanuel Kankam Kwaku Atta Kakra has said the curse and bondage issues leveled against the General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia and

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GRA denies having evidence on tax payment

Mr Kaleo Rogation Adams, Deputy Commissioner of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), has said the Authority has no evidence to show that Construction Pioneers (CP) paid tax while operating in Ghana

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Cocoa farmers to receive payments from E-zwich

Cocoa farmers would from the beginning of this year’s light crop season receive payments for cocoa sold to the licensed buying companies (LBCs) only from e-zwich and by cheque

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Upper East NPP Youth calls for decent campaign

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) youth in the Upper East Region have called on aspiring flagbearers of the Party to conduct their campaigns in a decent manner devoid of personal attacks