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Ghana doesn’t need foreign aid – Amidu

[ad_1] Ghana can survive without foreign handouts or aid if corruption is eradicated or minimized, the special prosecutor nominee has said at his vetting. Martin Amidu decried the massive leakages at the ports and other sectors of the public, stressing Ghana can save a lot if those gaps are blocked. …

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TEGLU threatens demo over influx of pirated textiles

[ad_1] The Textile, Garment and Leather Employees Union (TEGLU) is demanding that the cost of utilities be slashed by 50 percent. It is also demanding the removal of VAT on locally produced textile prints to save local textile manufacturing companies from collapse. According to TEGLU, local textile manufacturing companies have …

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Jospong will support govt’s sanitation drive – Agyepong

[ad_1] The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies, Dr Joseph Siaw Agyepong, has pledged his support and commitment towards the government’s sanitation agenda. Dr. Agyepong lauded the government and the President for focusing on the environment and also pledging resources to make Ghana and its capital Accra very …

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Ghana, Cuba to join forces in malaria fight

[ad_1] The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has reiterated government’s desire to eradicate malaria and other mosquito-transmitted diseases which lead to significant numbers of deaths in Ghana and costs Africa billions of dollars in lost productivity. The Ghana Government will therefore renew discussions with the Government of Cuba for the …

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Students share dining hall with goats at Klo-Agogo SHS

[ad_1] Students of Klo-Agogo Senior High School (SHS) in the Yilo Krobo District of the Eastern Region share the school’s shameful dining hall with animals. The dining hall, which shares the same space with a classroom, is most of the time littered with faeces of stray animals who have made …

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Nigerian snake ate millions of naira, clerk says

[ad_1] A Nigerian sales clerk has been suspended after she told auditors that a snake had eaten 36m naira. That’s the equivalent of $100,000 or £72,250. The clerk, Philomena Chieshe, was working at an office for the Nigerian examination board which collects exam fees. The exam board, the Joint Admissions …

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Giovani nominated for Event MC of the Year award

[ad_1] Co-host of Starr Drive Giovani Caleb has been nominated for event MC for 2017 in the Shine Awards for 2018. The versatile broadcaster made the cut for his dexterity when he emceed the Praises Reloaded 2016. The nomination is a further endorsement for the father of one who has …

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‘Prominent persons can spark ‘Me Too’ revolution in Ghana’

[ad_1] Dr. Louise Carol Donkor, a gender, media and politics researcher has indicated that the only way a ‘Me Too’ revolution can happen in Ghana is when a prominent person speaks up about his or her experience with sexual harassment. She pointed out that in the heat of the ‘Me …

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Etse Sikanku on Akufo-Addo’s State of the Nation Address

[ad_1] This article assesses the stylistic and communicative elements of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s 2018 State of the nation Address Inspiration State of the nation addresses are expected to inspire. When the president mounts the podium to give the state of the nation address, one of the things he is …

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Video: I’ll burn churches if I don’t die by December – Shatta Wale

[ad_1] Controversial Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has vowed to burn down churches belonging to some pastors if he is still alive by December this year. His comments come after a pastor is alleged to have prophesied that the leader of the Shatta Movement will be the next big Ghanaian artiste …

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