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NLC secures injunction to compel UTAG to call off nationwide strike

The National Labour Commission (NLC), has secured an interlocutory injunction to compel the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) to call off its ongoing strike. The injunction from the labour Court 1 on Friday, August 6, 2021, ordered all members of the Association to immediately return to work. According to the injunction granted by Justice Frank Aboadwe Rockson, “the respondents …

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A/R: Basic schools must close early to avoid disaster – NADMO warns

The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) has directed the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that basic schools in the Ashanti Region close early following the heavy rains. “The lives of the people, including our young children, are at risk due to the rainstorm we are currently experiencing,” Mr Kwabena Nsenkyire, the Regional NADMO Coordinator, cautioned. Three people, including a …

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110,000 teenage pregnancies recorded in 2020 – Minister

Sarah Adwoa Safo, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, says data from the Ghana Health Service (GHS) District Health Information Management System (DHIMS) reveals that the country recorded about 110,000 cases of teenage pregnancies in the year 2020. She said out of the total, 107,023 girls were between 15 and 19 years while 2,856 were between 10 and 14 …

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Provide special interventions for youth at criminogenic areas

The Ghana Psychological Association (GPA) has urged the Government to map out locations producing or tending to produce criminals and provide special interventions for the people, especially living there. The Reverend Albright Asiwome Banibensu, a licensed Psychologist and the National Vice President of GPA, said such a move would drastically reduce or prevent the incidents of crimes, including ritual murders. …

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Take legal action on Caleb Kudah’s physical assault – MFWA to Citi FM

The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), has advised Citi FM/Citi TV and its Broadcast Journalist, Caleb Kudah, to take legal action against National Security operatives who allegedly assaulted him. The Foundation’s Executive Secretary, Sulemana Braimah, says no one in the National security is above the law, and that those who break the law must face the consequences. “I only …

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Physical assault on Caleb Kudah by National security operatives primitive – Samuel Attah-Mensah

The Chief Executive Officer of Citi FM/Citi TV , Samuel Attah-Mensah, has condemned the physical assault on Broadcast Journalist, Caleb Kudah by National Security Operatives. Caleb was arrested and subsequently assaulted physically for filming abandoned vehicles procured by MASLOC that had been parked at the Ministry for several years. The operatives also raided Citi FM in an attempt to arrest …

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ABONGOBI MEDIA Mourns H. E. J J Rawlings

ABONGOBI MEDIA RADIO MOKO SANE MOKO SANE NI SPECIAL     Mourns H. E. J J Rawlings JOIN US TODAY AND EVERY SATURDAY TIME: FROM: 5PM GHT-  TO  12.AM Ga Kusum By: Nii Sowa La Florida (USA) News From Ghana By Nii Martei Sanka (Papa Sheree) News In Ga By: Naa Atswei Odamten Ga Nikasemo (Naa Aashia) International News Round …

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Happy Easter To You All

Dear bothers and sisters, It’s Friday. Jesus is dead. We will all experience Friday at some point in our lives. All of us will be forced to grieve, all of us will suffer pain, all of us will feel abandoned, forsaken, humiliated and destroyed by others. All of us will walk the dark days ahead, when there appears to be …

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German NGO builds quarters for midwives

Meeting Bismarck, a Germany based non-governmental organization, has built quarters for midwives of the Have Health Centre at Have Etoe in the Afadjato South District of the Volta Region. Mrs Sonja Liggett Igelmund, a midwife and Leader of the NGO, said her outfit was compelled to help construct the facility because “we were not pleased to see nurses working to …

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Stop spiritualising death of Captain Mahama – Christian Council warns

The Christian Council of Ghana has issued a stern warning to pastors to stop giving spiritual interpretations to the death of Military Captain, Maxwell Adam Mahama. General Secretary of the Christian Council, Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, said the pastors must “keep quiet” if they have nothing to say. Capt Maxwell Mahama of the 5th Battalion Infantry was on May 29, …

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