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IMANI punches holes into Bawumia’s lecture

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia Policy think tank IMANI Africa has scrutinised Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s assessment of Ghana’s economy and has concluded that some “facts and data used were unfairly manipulated” for political gains. IMANI served notice its brief on the lecture was not meant to sully the image of the New …

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Kojo Ashong School gets water plant

The Kojo Ashong Basic School in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra region has been provided with a source of clean drinking water. A partnership between World Vision International and Project Maji saw the installation of a solar powered plant, which would supply the pupils with potable water. …

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Hearts of Oak Board Member take Players To The Cleanness

Accra Hearts of Oak Board Member Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has taken the players to the cleanness, preaching on the best principles of discipline and commitment at all times. Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe, who is known for his tough stance on the subject, was addressing the players at their Legon Ajax Park training …

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I made mistakes when I was young- Las Palmas poster boy Kevin Boateng

Kevin Prince Boateng on his debut for Las Palmas against Cagliari in a pre season friendly. Las Palmas midfielder Kelvin-Prince Boateng has admitted his misdemeanors as a youth international. He fell out with Germany U21 coach Dieter Eilts during the 2007 Toulon Tournament in France after breaking camp rules. “Playing …

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Total launches Excellium range of products

Transport Minister Fifi Kwetey and officials of Total at the launch Oil marketing firm Total has launched a new product onto the Ghanaian market after years of research. The product dubbed Excellium comes in three different ranges namely Excellium Diesel, Excellium Super and Excellium Super 95. The product is composed …

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Villagers dig up bodies of dead relatives to celebrate bizarre ceremony

These fascinating pictures show an annual ritual where villagers dig up the bodies of their dead relatives before washing, grooming and dressing them up in fancy new clothes. Families in the Indonesian province of Toraja in South Sulawesi perform the act to keep their relatives alive in their hearts and …

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Nursing students mob Veep over withdrawn allowances

Placards displayed everywhere as tutors tried in vain to have them lowered in front of the Vice President Drama greeted the entry of Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur to the campus of the Bolgatanga Nurses’ Training College Thursday over the nationwide withdrawal of trainee nurses’ allowances by government. The first …

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Hearts of Oak Ready For Last Three GPL Games – Yaw Preko

Accra Hearts of Oak acting head coach Yaw Preko says the team is ready for the last three games in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) and will give it their all to finish on a high. The Phobians will play back-to-back home games against Ebusua Dwarfs and Medeama SC in …

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Dreams coach CK Akonnor bemoans injuries to his squad in second round

CK Akunnor Dreams FC coach Charles Akonnor is upset with the club’s growing injury list in the second round of the Ghana Premier League. The debutants have been without some key players for the second half of the season. The list includes midfielders Emmanuel Lomotey and Eli keke. The rest …

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Bawumia’s claims on Education untrue – Ablakwa

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa The Deputy Education Minister in-charge of Tertiary Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has challenged running mate of the New Patriotic Party Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to substantiate claims he made on the educational sector during his lecture on Thursday. Dr. Bawumia during his lecture at the National Theatre on …

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