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No sex during fasting hours – Chief Imam’s Deputy Scribe reminds Muslims

Muslims especially the unmarried ones have been admonished to shelve their unbridled sexual desires as they go through a 30-day fast in the season of Ramadan. They have rather been urged to exhibit generosity and charity to the less privileged in society as they seek the face of Allah for forgiveness within the period of fasting rather live lustful lifestyles. …

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UK Emergency Services adopt Ghana-Style Digital Addressing System

Over a year after Ghana introduced a locally designed digital addressing system, British Police Forces and Emergency Services around the UK have announced the initial rollout of a digital addressing application (what3words) to assist their operations. The adoption of the digital addressing system, according to UK officials, is to help more accurately locate places and people in times of emergency …

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Don’t mine in Atewa forest; make it a National Park – Christian Council to government

The Christian Council of Ghana has advised the government not to go ahead with its plan to mine bauxite in the Atewa forest, which is Ghana’s largest surviving rainforest. In a letter to the presidency in March 2019, the Council said while it acknowledges the need for economic development including robust national infrastructure, it believes that it is not worth …

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Go for your dead bodies – Health Ministry to bereaved families

The Ministry of Health has assured bereaved families that they can still go for dead bodies of their loved ones from mortuaries of public health facilities. “We have made an alternative arrangement for families to go for their bodies and we have also done follow ups to ensure that it is successful. The information we received from the facilities indicate …

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Jean Mensa lands in another ‘trouble’

The Member of Parliament for the Odododiodoo constituency has chastised the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa for not visiting every media house during their familiarisation tour. The EC boss and her two deputies; Dr. Eric Bossman Asare and Director of Electoral Services, Samuel Tettey toured some media houses including; Despite Media, Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), the Multimedia …

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Nana Aba Anamoah is the brain behind Shatta Wale-Stonebwoy’s unity

Ever since news broke that Shatta Wale after over a decade of feuding has reunited, many people have been wondering which people managed to bring such hated enemies together. Well, Ghpage.com has the answer for you. It is no other person than the senior editor of GHONE TV, the ever beautiful and maverick Nana Aba Anamoah. Nana Aba Anamoah chose …

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‘Parliament approved $200m loan for 5,000 units’ Saglemi Housing Project

Parliament documents intercepted by the Daily Graphic indicate that the House did, indeed, approve a $200 million loan agreement for the construction of 5,000 housing units for the Saglemi Housing project in Accra on October 31, 2012. The documents have challenged the claim by officials of the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) government that the $200 million loan facility was …

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Former TV Presenter graduates from Harvard

Kojo Frempong, the 2014 Television Host of the Year in Ghana, on Thursday earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. The former host of Viasat One’s lifestyle show ‘Boys Boys’ and TV 3’s Sports Station has been off the screens for some time now and seems to headed in a different …

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Government won’t succumb to pressure to release Short report – Oppong Nkrumah

The Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said the President will not be stampeded into releasing the Emile Short Commission report on the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election violence. He was responding to the Minority’s demand at a press conference for the report to be published to inform ongoing crafting of an anti-vigilantism law in Parliament. The Commission presented its …

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Anyone who jumps red light is either ‘mad or a criminal’ – COP Kofi Boakye

The Director-General of Police in charge of Research and Planning, COP Nathan Kofi Boakye, has called for strict enforcement of road traffic regulations in the country to reduce the high level of indiscipline on roads. He said such petty crimes pose a long-term threat to national security and must be curbed. COP Boakye who was speaking on “security threats and …

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