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Bolga clashes: Two injured persons discharged from hospital

The Bolgatanga regional hospital has disclosed that two out of the seven persons who were injured during the Bolgatanga chieftaincy clashes last Saturday have been discharged whilst the remaining five are responding to treatment. Speaking to Citi News  a surgical specialist at the hospital, Dr. Davor Anthony said “we received seven patients, out of which currently five are on admission and ...

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#NDCDecides: three aspirants disqualified in Western Region

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) vetting committee in the Western Region has disqualified three parliamentary aspirants in the region. Meanwhile, vetting and other processes have been put on hold in three other constituencies in the region while Other persons have been given timelines to present further and better particulars on Tuesday or risk being disqualified. The three disqualified persons are; ...

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Manhyia premieres video on Otumfuo’s visit to Seychelles

Ahead of the Akwasidae celebration on September 27, a documentary titled “THE RETURN OF A KING TO SEYCHELLES” has been premiered at the Manhyia Palace. The documentary written, produced and directed by Ivor Agyeman-Duah gives a detailed info on Sir Osei Agyemang Prempeh I exile to the Seychelles Island in 1896. After 120 years of this great history of the ...

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Vodafone donates incubators to Dormaa hospital 

 In an effort to help reduce infant mortality in Ghana, telecommunication giant, Vodafone Ghana has donated two incubators to the Dormaa Presbyterian Hospital in Dormaa, Brong Ahafo Region to improve the health of new born babies. The incubators, will assist the hospital to effectively manage the increasing number of premature births recorded at the health facility every year. Commenting on ...

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Mismanagement of water systems thwarting CWSA efforts

The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) has identified mismanagement of water systems as one of the major factors impacting negatively on its operations in the Upper West Region. The CWSA indicated that water systems had been mismanaged to the extent that most of them are operating just marginally, and beneficiary communities are unable to take advantage of the huge ...

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Effutu Assembly launches project to generate more revenue

As part of moves to increase revenue and attract tourists into the Central region, the Effutu Municipal Assembly has inaugurated a fountain at the Winneba roundabout. Constructed by Alfkay Group of companies, the GHC325, 000 fountain will also serve as a spot for the placement of Commercial Advertisements. It will also help to beautify the area as it forms part ...

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EP University College to enroll PHD and masters students

Students in the Volta region can now enroll to diploma, degree, masters and PHD programs from  Global Universities through EP University College (EPUC) in Ho. This follows the establishment of an e-learning Centre on EPUC campus by ICT University of USA to connect students to universities across the globe. The virtual platform is a data warehouse connected to the world ...

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Otuam Community SHS named after President Mills [Photos]

The newly opened community Senior High School project at Otuam in the Central has been named after late President John Evans Atta Mills to honor him. The completed school was named after the late president because of his passion in promoting education. The edifice was inaugurated by President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday. President Mahama also used the opportunity to launch the ...

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Mahama cuts sod for 8km cocoa road in Sefwi Asawinso

President John Mahama has reiterated his commitment to develop cocoa producing areas in Ghana, in a bid to increase the country’s benefit from the cash crop. He has revealed the provision of adequate road infrastructure for cocoa growing areas to facilitate the transfer of cocoa from the production areas to the manufacturing centres. Although cocoa is the second highest foreign ...

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NGO supports school in South Tongu

Starting Now, an international not-for-profit organization made of young business executives and students have observed ‘My First Day In school with over 200 pupils of the South Tongu District in the Volta Region of Ghana. As part of activities to mark the day, the group donated books, pencils, erasers, sharpeners and other teaching learning materials to aid teaching and learning ...

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