The family of Nashiru Jibril, a-17-year-old student of the Sandema Senior High Technical School, in the Upper East Region, who was shot dead during students rioting, has demanded immediate apprehension and prosecution of the policeman who caused the death.
The Greater Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Mohammed Adjei Sowah, has stated that the total neglect of juvenile football by football authorities in the country is the major cause of Ghana's recent slump in the game across all levels.
The Vice Chancellor of the Wisconsin International University College in Accra, Professor Obeng Mireku, has admonished students to use their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) skills to develop themselves and the country instead of engaging in fraudulent activities.
The 9th West African Road Safety Organisation (WARSO) Annual General Meeting (AGM) aimed at highlighting the significant contribution made towards the reduction of road traffic crashes is underway in Accra.
Tema -A private legal practitioner, Maurice K. Ampaw, has urged naturopathic physicians to accept postings to rural areas after completing their studies to enhance the health and wellbeing of the people.
"Mr. President, we are here to inform you that we are seeing transformation in our communities. We are seeing transformation in the lives of our people, and that we are sensing a brighter future for our children and the generations yet unborn."
The President of the Republic of South Africa, His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa, has conveyed his and the apologies of the people of South Africa to President Akufo-Addo and the people of Ghana over the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa, that resulted in the deaths of and injuries to several African nationals, and the looting of their shops belonging to them.
The Adentan Municipal Assembly (AdMA) is to set up special revenue clinics at communities and zonal councils, to enhance education on the payment of taxes and rates, to generate more revenue for development.