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Accra mayor won’t succumb to pressure

Accra Mayor, Dr. Alfred Vanderpuije appears unyielding in the face of growing pressure on his office to end his crusade to give the national capital a new face. Mr. Vanderpuije has, since taking office, taken what has variously been described as bold steps to demolish illegal structures and decongested many streets in the national capital

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Rawlings should be blamed for NDC woes – Bature

Ex- President Jerry John Rawlings has been accused of sabotaging the successes of the government. A confidant of President Atta Mills, Alhaji Iddrisu Bature, said Mr Rawlings must be taken to task over the current woes of the NDC led-Government especially when he, (Rawlings) has developed an appetite for running to town to unnecessarily badmouth the Mills

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Mills Advised To Sack Rojo Mettle Nunoo

Junior nurses and midwives at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) In Kumasi have urged President Atta Mills to sack the deputy Minister of Health, Rojo Mettle Nunoo. According to the nurses who embarked on a demonstration on Monday to register the non-payment of their salaries

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GMA seeks clarification of National Service postings

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) said on Tuesday that although it is not opposed to the rendering of National Service by its members, there is the need for due consultation on the issue. The GMA therefore called on the National Service Secretariat, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health to as a matter of urgency engage the association in a dialogue to clarify the process

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Kufuor returns home from Paris

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor returned home Monday night from Paris where he was the Guest Speaker at a three-day annual meeting of the 20th Anniversary of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF). A statement from the Spokesperson of the former President, Mr Frank Agyekum said the conference, under the theme :”Re-positioning Africa for the 21st Century: Progress, Prospects and ...

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Nana Addo unfit to be President

The NDC Media Analysts Group has launched a barrage of criticisms against the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo. According to them, issues of drug addiction as well as his daughter’s drunk driving that occurred two months ago are enough reasons for his inability to govern the nation

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Plane crash at Kotoka Airport

Two airlines on Monday evening October 4, collided at the Kotoka International Airport causing a delay to incoming and outbound flights at the airport. The collision occurred between a German airline, Lufthansa and Turkish airlines

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Mpiani fires at government

The former Chief of Staff under the erstwhile Kufuor administration, Mr Kwadwo Mpiani has described the renaming of the Jubilee house to Flagstaff house as “very funny”. The Flagstaff House, which once housed Ghana’s first president Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, was rebuilt into a Presidential Palace and renamed Jubilee House by ex-president John Kufuor

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NDC Cocaine Boys Busted

The Western Regional Police Commander, DCOP Hamidu Mahama has confirmed reports gathered by the Daily Guide newspaper that two suspected narcotic drug dealers have been granted bail upon the intervention of National Democratic Congress (NDC) bigwigs, when the case had not been sent to court. The bigwigs included the deputy Western Regional Women’s Organiser of the NDC. The two suspects, ...

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Ghanaian women recommend changes to constitution

The four partner organisations behind We Know Politics II have completed regional consultations with 275 women on Ghana's ongoing Constitutional Review Process to enable them to make the necessary inputs. The partners are Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF Ghana), Gender Studies and Human Rights Documentation Centre

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NDC To Meet Over President Mills

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is to discuss the seemingly unpopularity of President Mills among the non-voting population in the country, and see how best to deal with the alarming development

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