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The story of Nelson: Derailed from the path of a health worker to a beggar on the street

A young man who, allegedly, was a student at the Korle-Bu Public Health Nursing School, has become mentally deranged and currently running around the streets of Amasaman in the Greater ...

13 August, 2020

Don’t design pedestrian bridges in your ‘rooms’ – Engineer tells colleagues

Engineer George Asiedu has said that Ghanaians do not patronize newly constructed footbridges because engineers do not consult with stakeholders to determine the practicality of such projects for the convenience ...

13 August, 2020

Election violence: I’m not very hopeful about absolute peace in 2020 elections – Col. Aboagye

Security Analyst, Colonel Festus Aboagye (Rtd), has expressed very little hope in the country’s prospects of achieving violent-free elections in the upcoming 2020 elections. According to him, recent events in ...

13 August, 2020

1.3m first-time voters likely to impact 2020 polls – Ephson

Pollster Ben Ephson has said the 1.3 million people captured by the Electoral Commission as first-time voters in the just-ended voter registration exercise, could have an impact on the 7 ...

13 August, 2020

Kofi ne Ama: Know your Ghanaian leaders since independence and their ‘day born names’

Ghana is blessed with a host of ethnic group or tribes which have uniquely distinctive values, norms and practices. However, in this diversity lies some strong underlining features that permeates ...

13 August, 2020

Stop associating pastors with political parties – Frimpong Manso warns media

It is not uncommon to see some popular men of God within the camps of political parties and by extension certain politicians. The practice has been usually as a result ...

13 August, 2020

You’re the one who was drunk – Maj. Oduro jabs Asiedu Nketia over drunkard soldiers claims

The Ministry of Defence has dismissed claims by the General Secretary of the NDC that military officers who were stationed in the Banda constituency reeked of alcohol and acted unprofessionally. ...

13 August, 2020

‘If school resumes today, we can’t afford our ward’s fees’ – Face shield sellers bemoan

Describing the situation as bad business, people who have invested thousands of cedis in importing face shields into the country are wallowing in debt following the decline in the price ...

13 August, 2020

Politicians are threatening Ghana's peace because Ghanaians are docile – Prof Aning

One of Ghana’s foremost security experts, Prof Kwesi Aning, has diagnosed Ghana’s canker of political violence and has said the problem lies with citizens’ disinterest in mass action. The Director ...

13 August, 2020

Policeman ‘accidentally’ kills colleague on operational duty

A police officer has 'accidentally' shot and killed his colleague officer at Diabaa forest in the Dormaa West District. The deceased is General Lance Corporal Kyeremeh Amoako. The victim who ...

13 August, 2020

Recruitment of Nurse Assistants to begin Aug. 20

Recruitment of Nurse Assistants into the Ministry of Health will commence on Thursday, 20 August 2020. This was announced by the Ministry of Health in a statement signed by its ...

13 August, 2020

'I’ll complete 200 E-blocks so we quickly end double-track system' – Mahama

The flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr John Mahama, has said that when given the nod as President in the 7 December 2020 polls, his administration will ...

13 August, 2020

2020 polls: Peace Council, others have a difficult task ahead – Prof Aning

Security expert, Prof Kwesi Aning, has said violence in Ghana’s politics is gaining ground and threatening the country’s peace because perpetrators go unpunished. The Clinical Professor of Peacekeeping Practice at ...

13 August, 2020

Election violence: I’m not very hopeful about peace in 2020 elections – Col. Aboagye

Security Analyst, Colonel Festus Aboagye (Rtd), has expressed very little hope in the country’s prospects of achieving violent-free elections in the upcoming 2020 elections. According to him, recent events in ...

13 August, 2020


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