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Youth advised to embrace volunteerism spirit

Senior Manager for MTN Corporate Communications, Georgina Asare Fiagbenu has advised Ghanaian youth to embrace volunteerism as a great way of positioning oneself well in the effort to achieve their dreams. “Volunteer to join any establishment to develop your skills, dreams and capabilities, go beyond sea level to position yourself in life, do a 360 degrees stretch and take more …

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Cabinet approves €55m facility for Kumasi road infrastructure – Information Minister

Cabinet has approved a 55 million Euro Facility for the rehabilitation of 100-kilometer road infrastructure for some towns in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. According to the Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the facility is a credit agreement between the Government of Ghana and the Deutsche Bank meant for Auxiliary Infrastructure of Kumasi Inner-city Roads. Speaking a …

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Full list of winners at 3 Music Awards 2019

The night was filled with bliss and glamour as several musicians were at the event to witness who was going to win what on the night. At the end of it all, we now have the full list of winners for 3 Music Awards 2019. The event (3 Music Awards) which was held at the Fantasy Dome on Saturday, March …

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Government targets central database for employment opportunities

Discussions between Ghana’s government and its German counterpart have started, geared towards revamping the current state of service delivery at all the public employment centres across the country. What is in the offing is that the centres will be well resourced with digital technological equipment – primarily a central database, to track all job identified opportunities and training information after …

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We won’t go to IMF again – Ofori-Atta

Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has ruled out another romance with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), maintaining that sufficient macroeconomic gains have been made to prevent a return to the UN-backed institution. “The expectation of all of this is that we are consistently on top of the macroeconomics of the country, and making sure that we work within the budget Parliament …

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EC won’t be here today if Afari Gyan, Charlotte Osei acted the way you did – Baako to Bossman Asare

Editor-in-Chief of the Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has cautioned Deputy Commissioner of the Electoral Commission, Dr. Bossman Asare to follow in the stead of his predecessors and do better as regards his relations with individual political parties. His comments come on the back of recent wranglings between the NDC and the Electoral Commission over an intended compilation …

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Rawlings surprises street father; donates cash to cater for daughter’s graduation

Former President Jerry John Rawlings on Friday brought joy to Emmanuel Ofoe, a physically-challenged street beggar when he donated an undisclosed sum to him to cater for his daughter’s graduation as a hairdresser. Emmanuel who rides in a rickety custom-made wheelchair with a CD number plate at the Kawukudi junction in Kanda, slipped a note detailing his predicament to the …

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Ken Agyapong names NPP leaders ‘poisoning’ Akufo-Addo’s mind against him

Assin Central lawmaker has attributed his decision to tone down on his public discourse to deliberate attempts by some leading members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to fuel an enmity between him and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. He disclosed in an interview he granted NET 2 Television monitored by MyNewsGh.com that these individuals have made it a habit …

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NCCE lauds Parliament for passing the RTI Bill

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has praised Parliament for its efforts in passing the Right to Information (RTI) Bill into law. The Commission said it was happy that the Bill had finally been passed after two decades and, therefore, congratulated the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic for the Law. A press release signed by Madam Joyce Affutu, …

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Human Rights group enlightens over 200 pupils on tricks of kidnappers

Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), an NGO committed to ending all forms of human rights abuses in the country has enlightened over 200 pupils of the Hilen Springfield School in Accra on modus operandi, techniques and pranks of kidnappers in the country. The sensitization exercise which was staged at the Hilen Springfield School campus in the early hours of March …

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