62yr-old Ghana still a ‘work in progress’ – Akufo-Addo

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has acknowledged that there is still a lot more Ghana has to achieve as a country striving to improve the lives of its citizens.   Addressing Ghanaian workers on Wednesday at the Black Star Square in Accra on May Day, the President said the country is still in the making, […]

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“IT IS POSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE ZERO MALARIA IN GHANA” – FIRST LADY

The First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo has charged stakeholders to prioritize and ensure judicious use of available resources in the fight towards zero incidences of malaria in Ghana. According to her, “malaria is a preventable disease and we have evidence of proven tools that can change our story. What is needed is renewed and vigorous […]

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Anas speaks on investigative journalism at Webster University Ghana campus

Investigative Journalism in Ghana: what role can and should it have in our media houses, as part of our media communications industry, and within society? How important is it as a communications tool within our society for uncovering pertinent issues? What kind of impact has Ghana’s Anas Aremeyaw Anas had on these issues and questions? […]

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Millions of cedis spent on new MPs accommodation every 4yrs – Parliament reveals

Ghana spends millions of cedis every four years to provide accommodation for new members of parliament who do not have homes in Accra. Consequently, Parliament explained the proposal to construct a parliamentary hotel is “to cut down on the amount of money Parliament spends on hotel accommodation for MPs and other officials”. A statement signed […]

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8 suspected robbers arrested at the border at Aflao

Eight persons, believed to be members of a criminal group involved in robbing travellers on the Ghana-Togo border, have been rounded up in an operation by the police at Beat 13 at Aflao. They are Victor Normanyo, Adams Moses, Ahordo Kporga, Christian Azaledzi, Atatsa Darteh, Papaga Abomson, Agbeko Adamu and Kudjo Amesinu. Seven others, yet […]

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