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Construction of Pwalugu Multipurpose Dam starts this year

Upper East Regional Minister Paulina Abayage has announced the commitment of government to commence the construction of the Pwalugu Multipurpose Dam in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region. According to her, plans are far advanced to get the multipurpose dam started this year. When completed, the dam is expected to collect excess water from the Bagre Dam and …

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Former Miss Ghana finalist robbed, stripped naked by attacker

A former Miss Ghana Finalist and Secretary of the University of Ghana Students Representative Council (SRC), Janet Maame Serwaa Arkorful-Awotwe has been attacked by robbers, MyNewsGh.com has learnt. The report, first filed by Legon’s UGfile.com said the distinguished immediate-past SRC Secretary for the premier University was attacked by a knife-wielding robber on the dawn of Friday, 11th January 2019 at …

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First ever female Ghanaian police officer, Rosemond Nkansah, celebrates 89th birthday

YEN.com.gh has sighted a photo of an aged woman, Rosemond Nkansah, reported to be the first female police officer Ghana ever had. In a Facebook post, Rosemond is seen being aided by a young woman while she posed for the camera with a walking stick. She was said to be at a birthday party organised by her family and friends …

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Accra will be the cleanest city by end of 2019 – Jospong

The Chief Executive Officer of Zoomlion Ghana, Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyapong has reiterated his company’s readiness and willingness to transform Accra into the cleanest city. According to him, Zoomlion Ghana has put in place strategic mechanisms to achieve that goal. “We have secured a loan of 1billion cedis from Ecobank to establish another bin production plant, we already have one …

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Ofori-Atta asked me to resign to pave way for Akufo-Addo’s own – Ex-dep. BoG governor

A former second deputy governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Johnson P. Asiama, has revealed publicly, for the first time, the circumstances that surrounded his exit from the central bank following the election of Nana Akufo-Addo as president. Dr Asiama, who was appointed by the Mahama administration, opted to take his accumulated leave in December 2017 which was part …

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Anas’ partner Ahmed Hussein-Suale shot dead

Undercover investigator and a key member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye Private Investigatons team, Ahmed Hussein-Suale has been shot dead. Ahmed was shot three times, twice in the chest and another in the neck late Wednesday night at Madina in Accra while driving home by unidentified men riding motorbike A disheveled Anas confirmed the sad development and loss of …

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Ghanaian workers forced to apologise to dogs in writing by Chinese bosses

Ghanaian workers employed at the Ghana Household Utilities Manufacturing Company Limited (GHUMCO) in Takoradi are being forced to apologize to dogs belonging to their Chinese national factory manager, whose name was only given as Mr Zhu. The workers recount how most of them have suffered dog bites at the premises of the company. According to them, after a dog bite, …

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NAM 1 extradition should be easy – Antwi-Danso refutes contrary views

International Relations expert, Dr Vladmir Antwi-Danso, has said the extradition of embattled CEO of Menzgold from Dubai should not be difficult as some have suggested. His assertion comes on the back of concerns that the extradition process for Nana Appiah Mensah, known popularly as NAM 1, could prove daunting due to the absence of an extradition treaty between Ghana and …

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Fire, explosions hit Michel Camp armoury

Loud explosions were heard on Wednesday dawn at the armoury of the Michel Camp Barracks, the base of the First Infantry Battalion of the Ghana Armed Forces. Witnesses say they heard a loud noise shortly after huge flames engulfed the armoury at the military base in Tema, in the Greater Accra Region. A junior military officer who spoke on condition …

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Help us end chieftaincy disputes – Ga Traditional Council pleads with Akufo-Addo

The Ga Traditional Council wants President Akufo-Addo to establish a commission to decide the most suitable person for the Ga Mantse stool. They say the current situation where there are three claimants to the stool only threatens the peace and stability of the Ga state. Nii Otu Blafo, the spokesperson for the Council said since the death of Manste Nii Amugi, …

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