Dr Sam Adu-Kumi, the Registrar of Pesticides at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has cautioned the public to desist from drinking palm oil to expel poisonous substances that they accidentally ingest.
A Commission of Enquiry on the Creation of New Regions in Ghana will brief Members of Parliament on Regions that may be affected and pertinent issues relating to the possibility of the creation of those regions.
The Chief Economist for Africa at Standard Chartered Bank, Razia Khan, has painted a positive economic outlook for Ghana, but said the country should continue to build resilience against potential shocks.
Mr Alexander Kwamena Afenyo-Markin, Member of Parliament (MP) for Effutu Constituency, has donated 150 sewing machines and 15 hair-dryers to young ladies who have learnt such vocation to enable them to earn a living.
A- three- week training workshop is underway in Koforidua, to build the capacities of newly recruited staff of the Electoral Commission (EC) in the southern sector, on elections administration and conducting peaceful elections.
The UK government is sponsoring a research work in collaboration with various engineering research institutions across Africa to find new technologies that can bring the cost and maintenance of rural roads to a minimum.
A flagbearer hopeful of the National Democratic Congress Sylvester Mensah has lamented on what he describes as a political campaign of corruption which manifests in throwing up names of opposition politicians on alleged suspicion of corruption and subjecting them to media trials before gathering the supposed evidence for proving impropriety is not healthy for the growth and future of Ghana’s democracy.
Finally, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the Ministry of Railway Development and the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) Tarkwa for the establishment of a Railway University in Essikado, of the Western Region.