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Announcement of new elected Executives at the 14th Annual General Meeting and 10th Anniversary in Hamburg

INFORMATION:   TO: Members of Gadangme Europe- GDEu   DATE: 22nd December 2018   Dear Members of GaDangme Europe,   Announcement of new elected Executives at the 14th Annual General Meeting and 10th Anniversary in Hamburg On behalf of the GDEu Advisory Board, GDEu Trustee Board and Executives we would like to inform you that the 14th Annual General Meeting …

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‘Did you enjoy your profit with Akufo-Addo’? – Kennedy Agyapong jabs ‘GHS760K Menzgold woman

Assin Central lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong has posed a direct question to a woman – who recently made a desperate call on President Nana Akufo-Addo to intervene in the Menzgold imbroglio – whether she shared the profits she made from the same investment, during the good times, with the president, for which reason she now desires his intervention to recover her …

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House of Chiefs condemn Prampram Mankralo assassination

The Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs (GARHC) has condemned the gruesome attack and murder of one of its members, Nene Atsure Benta III, who was the Prampram Mankralo and Acting President of the Prampram Traditional Council. Nene Atsure Benta III was shot and killed by some unknown assailants near Apollonia in the Kpone-Katamanso Municipality of the Greater Accra Region …

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Abudu royal family vacates Gbewaa palace

The Abudu Royal family has officially vacated the Old Gbewaa palace and handed over the facility to the Yendi Municipal Security Council. The move is in respect of an agreement between the Royal family and the government. The family now occupies the residence of MbaDugu which was temporarily given to Bolin Lana to house him till a new overload of …

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The story of the Ghanaian king who led a slave rebellion in Jamaica in 1760

Before finding himself as a slave, working hours on end and living in hard conditions on the Frontier plantation in Jamaica, Takyi was a Fanti king from Gold Coast, now modern Ghana. There are no records of which group of Fantis he ruled over before becoming a slave but research indicates that he might have been the ruler of a …

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Agric Ministry clears air on missing fertilizer saga

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) has refuted claims of loss of fertilizers worth $12 million under the Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ) through smuggling, attributed to a report from the Parliamentary Select Committee on Food, Agriculture and Cocoa Affairs. According to the Ministry, the information making rounds is “factually inaccurate and does not represent the true information …

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2018 has been tough but 2019 prospects exciting – GNCCI

Businesses are expectant that the tight liquidity challenges encountered in 2018 will ease considerably in 2019, because of government’s pledge to pay all arrears owed contractors and suppliers. Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, during his presentation of the 2019 budget, said government is to spend about GH?74.3 billion in the next fiscal year to clear all arrears; and this, according to …

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Profile of Maa Lydia, Agyarko’s widow and Ayawaso West Wuogon NPP parliamentary candidate

This is the profile of Madam Lydia Alhassan, widow of late Emmanuel Boakye Agyarko who yesterday December 29, 2018, won as parliamentary candidate for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency of the Greater Accra Region as reported by MyNewsGh.com. She beat four other contenders by a landslide and emerged victorious announcing various interventions she …

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Senior Assemblies of God pastor stabbed to death

The senior pastor at the Central Assemblies of God Church at Tema Community 4 was Sunday stabbed to death during church service. Rev. Dr. David Nabegmado was attacked while preparing to leave his inner office to the main church auditorium to preach as Service was ongoing. Rev. Dr. Nabegmado, who was allegedly attacked by his nephew in his office was …

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‘Ghosts’ on voters’ register ‘big problem to 50% turnout in referendum – Regional Minister

The Western Regional Minister, Dr Kwaku Afriyie has expressed concern about the number of ghost names on the voters register saying that may affect the outcome of the referendum on the creation of six new regions. Speaking to journalists whilst monitoring the ongoing referendum in the Western North area, which is to be carved out of the Western Region, Dr …

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