“A Third World War will make Armageddon be a thing of the past” Comrade Brezhnev of USSR, speaking on the possibility of a Third World War in the near future It
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Dr Kwabena Duffuor II, CEO of uniBank Ghana The Bank of Ghana (BoG) announced yesterday that it had taken over the management of uniBank Ghana Limited to save it from
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The Management and Board of Charger Limited, producers of Happy Man Bitters have severed its contractual ties with the National Circles Council of Asante Kotoko.
The decision was reached after Board Members of the Company and its Management team met on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Charger Limited had agreed with the Management body of the National Circles Council in November 2017 to be its title sponsor for two years, however, the contractual agreement have created an impasse between the Management
A contentious Defence Cooperation Agreement between Ghana and the United States governments to allow the US to establish a military camp for its force in Ghana has been put before Parliament for consideration and approval. The Agreement was laid in Parliament in line with Article 181(5) of the Constitution, which requires parliamentary approval in respect …
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Former Vice President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Fred Pappoe says he is the best man to succeed Kwesi Nyantakyi as the nation's football governing body head.
Nyantakyi declared his intentions to vacate the FA seat when his tenure expires in 2019 after occupying the position since 2005.
Several leading members of Ghana football have expressed their interest in the succeeding the 1st CAF Vice president.
But Pappoe, who has remained coy over his ambition for the top job, has
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease usually caused by the bacterium-- Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Even though TB could also affect other parts of the body, the disease generally affects the lungs. Most infections do not have symptoms, in which case it is known as latent tuberculosis.
Mr William Owuraku Aidoo, Deputy Minister for Energy, has reiterated government’s commitment to ensure equitable and fair distribution of national resources for the benefit of all. He said the creation of additional Districts and Municipalities was not only to bring governance to the doorsteps of the people, but also to bring adequate socio-economic infrastructure to …
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The Center for Democratic Development (CDD), has warned that vulnerable persons may return to paying cash for medical care if innovative means of financing the public health service is not adopted. A survey by CDD indicates that donor funding, which represents 70 to 80 percent of preventive and public health services, has dwindled over the years. ...
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The Minority in Parliament has stated that the establishment of US military base in Ghana will make the country a prime target for terrorists who have intensified their activities in the West African Sub-Region. ‘More importantly, the Akufo-Addo government cannot disregard genuine concerns by Ghanaians that the siting of this base in Ghana and the presence of […]
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Ghana would benefit from European Union’s (EU) 14-million dollar programme, to combat drug trafficking in the country. The Governance Advisor at EU, Mr Sortirios Bazikomwe, disclosed this at the opening of a four-day E-leaning workshop for 10 security officials in Accra, yesterday. It is aimed at strengthening the capacity of the officials of law enforcement agencies in the fight of [...]
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Mr Mohammed Adjei Sowah, Chief Executive Officer of Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), on Tuesday advocated 24-hour operations at the Kpone landfill, “If the sanitation problems facing the city of Accra are to be resolved”. He said the current operations of the landfill site posed a challenge to the waste disposal efforts of the Assembly, adding …
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Lusaka Dynamo shot-stopper Muntari Tagoe says 'superstition' is one of the reasons two clubs cannot use the same pitch for matches in Ghana, insisting that it is killing the development of the game in the country.
According to Tagoe, who now plies his trade in Zambia, two clubs can't use the same stadium in Ghana because of a perceived "ways and means" practice.
The former Medeama SC custodian expounded that in Zambia, two club share the same pitch which is properly maintained