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I live a strict life and can never be bribed – Majority Leader

Majority leader of Parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu has stated strongly that he lives “a strict life, quite apart from everything” when asked whether or not he has ever taken bribe as a Member of Parliament. He says he does not even recall anybody coming to him in an attempt to bribe him. The Member of Parliament for the Suame constituency who …

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60 ‘big names’ in all: Anas to shock Ghana in latest undercover exposé

Africa’s most revered investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas is set to shock the country with his latest exposé dubbed Number 12 to be premiered at the Accra International Conference Centre on June 6, 2018. Fliers of the latest undercover film which have gone viral, will expose some politicians who have wreaked a lot of havoc to the country. Screenings of …

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Man loses his car to robbers, finds police using it after 2 years

A thirty-two-year-old banker who was nearly killed by car snatchers found a police officer using the car he lost to the robbers two years later. Samuel Forson was attacked by four armed men who took his car with his laptop computer and other personal belongings in December 2015. For two years, nothing was heard about the criminals or his car …

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Tramadol abuse: Take ‘quick action’ or lose our youth – Kweku Baako to Government

Ghana is sitting on a time bomb as far as the growing spate of abuse of the Tramadol drug is concerned and only immediate action on the part of government and relevant stakeholders in the health industry can rescue the country’s youth from any further destruction than the drug has already caused, Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik …

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Crowd sourcing: Quit playing ‘good-cop, bad-cop’ to please the ‘elephants’ – NDC ‘boys’ to Fuseini

The comments of former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, recommending that his party leaders refrain from ‘renting’ crowds for their rallies and unity walks has courted the displeasure and anger of some party members who have not hesitated to express their sentiments on the issue. Mr Fuseini told Starr FM’s Bola Ray on StarrChat, Saturday, that …

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UPSA was cruelly taken from my father at gunpoint – Founder’s son recounts

The son of Nana Opoku Ampomah, the founder of the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA), Eric Opoku Ampomah has said the then Institute was taken ‘cruelly’ from his father at ‘gunpoint’ in 1978. Reacting to comments on social media when President Akufo-Addo announced the change of name of the UPSA to Nana Opoku Ampomah University of Professional Studies, Eric …

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Flashback: Mahama ‘plays back’ Bawumia’s ‘Ghanaians are suffering’ comments

Vice President Dr. Bawumia, got Ghanaians talking with his numerous GDP and economic jargons in the run up to the 2016 elections; economic growth being the central message in the NPP’s campaign messages prior to the polls. He definitely made a mark with his ‘Ghanaians are suffering’ rhyme during one of the campaigns where he categorized various professions in the …

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We don’t need figures; Ghanaians want NHIS to work – Governance expert

A private legal practitioner says the ongoing debate about whether or not the government has cleared debts it owes the National Health Insurance Scheme is not of any importance to Ghanaians. For Dr Eric Oduro Osae, all Ghanaians want is for the Scheme to be able to run without any hindrance and are not interested in the throwing around figures …

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Expedite action on the constitution of the GTUC Council – Prof Blankson

Professor Isaac Abeiku Blankson, Vice President of the Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), has called on government to expedite action on the formation of the University’s Council. He said since the dissolution of the last GTUC Council in September 2017, the University had remained without a governing Council. He said the Ministry of Communications had appointed an Interim Management Team …

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Korle Bu CEO, McDan boss, others pick top awards

Chief Executive of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Felix Anyah has been adjudged the overall best CEO (Private and Public Sector) of the Year, 2017. His compatriot at McDan shipping picked up the Entrepreneur of the year award with several others picking up different awards. The two were acknowledged at the 8th edition of the Ghana Entrepreneur and Corporate Executive Awards …

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