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Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is dead

Former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan is reported dead. He is said to have died in Switzerland, Saturday morning after a short illness. “It is with immense sadness that the Annan family and the Kofi Annan Foundation announce that Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations and Nobel Peace Laureate, passed away peacefully on Saturday 18th August after …

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Thirty-five factories ready in Central Region under 1D1F

Thirty-five companies have successfully gone through documentation processes to establish viable factories under the “One District, One Factory’ (1D1F) policy in the Central Region. The factories are expected to engage in commercial processing and production of salt, bricks and tiles, plywood tiles, starch, oil palm, bamboo, tomatoes paste and cassava processing into industrial ethanol among others. Mr Charles Nkrumah, an …

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‘Etwe Nim Nyansa’, others want to install me as Nkosuohene – Abirem MP

The Member of Parliament for Abirem Constituency in the Eastern Region, John Osei Frimpong has revealed chiefs and residents of now popular ‘3tw3 Nim Nyansa’, ‘Kote Ye aboah’ and ‘Hwewa Y3 Mmobo’ communities are seriously lobbying to install him as Nkosuohene to wit development Chief in the area. According to Mr. John Osei Frimpong, the Chiefs of the various communities …

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Adolescent children need your friendship – Experts advise

The cordiality of the relationship parents have with children goes a long way to affect their development as adolescents. Such relationship determine if the children would confide in the parents on the decisions they make or whether they would rely on their friends for such advice or decisions. According to some experts, the gap between parents and children in Ghana …

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We cannot allow Free SHS to fail – Steve Manteaw

The chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Dr. Emmanuel Steve Manteaw has said that Ghana cannot afford to fail the implementation of the Free Senior High School policy. This he said is because, Ghana’s economic indicators at the time of the implementation of the policy in September 2017 are far better than Uganda, the first African country …

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wenty communities in the Western Region to connect to the national grid – Prestea MP

Twenty communities in the Prestea Huni-Valley Constituency of the Western Region are to be connected to the national electricity grid this year, Prestea MP, Lawyer Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has said. Lawyer Barbara Gyasi made the above utterance during her familiarisation tour to some communities to identify problems confronting the people as well as initiate strategies to solve them by bringing local …

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Kweku Adoboli to be deported from UK

Kweku Adoboli, the former UBS trader who was sentenced to seven years in prison after running up the largest unauthorised trading loss in UK history, is on the verge of being deported to Ghana. The 38-year-old, who caused a $2.3bn trading loss by vastly exceeding his risk limits, has lived in the UK since he was 12 but is a …

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UGMC to be registered and operated as private health facility

The ultra-modern University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) in Accra is to be registered and run as a private company to ensure its sustainability, authorities have told 3news.com Although the government earlier said the facility will be run as a public institution, the authorities say plans are far advanced in registering the referral health facility as a private company. “The …

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JH Mensah goes home today

THE MORTAL remains of the late statesman, Joseph Henry Mensah, are expected to be laid to rest today at the new Military Cemetery, in Accra. A press release issued by the General Secretary of New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu announcing the funeral arrangements, said Mr. Mensah is going to be given a State Burial on Friday, August 17, 2018 …

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UT Bank collapse: Prince Amoabeng breaks one year silence

The Founder of defunct UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng has denied reports that he failed to account for 5 million cedis debt repayment to the Board which contributed to the revocation of the bank’s license in August 2017. In his major public comment after the revocation of the bank’s license over a year now, Mr. Amoabeng said he is saddened …

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