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IGP - David Asante-Apeatu

Ghana News

Police Commanders are to ensure the strict enforcement of laws under the Public Order Act to check impunity, including mob justice and vigilantism, without fear or favour, as well as collaborate with the Judiciary and the Attorney General’s Department to ensure speedy prosecution of cases.

Lateness to work; Atwima Nwabiagya DCE orders staff to go back home

Ghana News

The new District Chief Executive for Atwima Nwabiagya in the Ashanti Region, Mr Michael Amoah Awuku surprised staff of the assembly Tuesday morning, when he ordered that all staff who reported for the day’s work after 8am should go back home.

Minority Spokesperson on energy, Mr Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah

Ghana News

The Minority in Parliament has accused the Managing Director (MD) of Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Limited (BOST), Mr Alfred Obeng Boateng, of causing a financial loss of GHc14.25million loss to the state through the contamination of five million litres of petrol and the subsequent sale of the product to a private company.

NSMQ DIARIES: ST. THOMAS AQUINAS SLAY PRESEC AND KUHIS FOR GRANE FINALE SPOT

Ghana News

St. Thomas Aquinas SHS yesterday forced a bitter pill down the throats of five-time NMSQ winners, Presbyterian Boys’ SHS (PRESEC) and Kumasi HIGH SHS (KUHIS). They overpowered their peers from the two schools in their semifinal clash of the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz competition.

Why rotten plantain used to prepare ‘kakro’ can give you cancer

Ghana News

A former dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Ghana, Legon, Professor George Tawia Odamtten has cautioned the public against eating ‘kakro’ mashed plantain, made into balls and fried in very hot oil.

Prof Gyampo advocates two-thirds majority for nominees

Ghana News

Professor Ransford Gyampo, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana, has advocated Parliamentary vetting and approval by two-thirds majority votes of all Members of Parliament for President's nominees for any appointment.

Ghana secures $15 billion Chinese funding for transformation agenda

Ghana News

China has pledged some $15 billion dollars to fund Ghana’s government’s massive economic transformation agenda, with the likelihood that a further four billion dollars would be committed for various development projects across the country.

MOH issues alert as strange disease emerges in Liberia

Ghana News

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has directed all agencies under its jurisdiction to increase surveillance at all health facilities following an emergence of what it described as a “strange” disease in Liberia.

NSMQ DIARIES: PRESEC LICK KETASCO FOR SEMI-FINALS SPOT

Ghana News

Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School – Legon on Saturday afternoon narrowly escaped elimination by beating Keta SHS and Jachie Pramso SHS to progress to the semi-finals of this year's National Science and Maths Quiz competition.

NSMQ DIARIES: NARROW ESCAPE FOR AQUINAS AS THEY EDGE IMPRESSIVE NIFA SHS

Ghana News

St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School had to dig deep into their reserves this past Saturday to snatch a late victory to book a place in the semi-finals of this year's National Science and Maths Quiz.

I’m leaving Ghana with fond memories - Jon Benjamin

Ghana News

Departing British High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr Jon Benjamin, has said he is leaving the country with fond memories of a great people and high hopes for the future of the country.

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS BEAT JUASO SHTS AND BISHOP HERMAN FOR A QUARTER-FINAL SPOT (Photo: Simon Aikins/NMSQ

Ghana News

St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School defeated Bishop Herman College and Juaso SHTS this past Tuesday in the one-eighth stage of the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz Competition to secure a quarter-final berth.

NSMQ DIARIES: ACCRA ACADEMY FLATTER TO DECEIVE AS PRESEC WHIP THEM FOR A QUARTER-FINAL SPOT

Ghana News

The National Science and Maths Quiz competition continued yesterday with favorites Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (PRESEC) comfortably dispatching Accra Academy and St. John’s Grammar to book a quarter-final berth.

Rock Radio Ready to Host First Edition of Fitness Jam on July 1st!

Ghana News

Rock Radio Ghana, a fast rising online digital radio station in Accra has announced plans for the first edition of its highly anticipated program - Fitness Jam.

Penplusbytes Rolls Out New Open Governance using Digital tools Project

Ghana News

Engaging citizens in local governance improves transparency and accountability and enhances the ability of district assemblies to develop initiatives that directly solves the needs of citizens, creates more inclusive and cohesive communities. Based on this assertion, Penplusbytes, with support from Deutsche Welle (DW) Akademie is implementing the "OpenGov Platform - Access to Information" project.

NSMQ DIARIES: ST. THOMAS AQUINAS SHS TO LOCK HORNS WITH BISHOP HERMAN COLLEGE AND JUASO SHTS

Ghana News

St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School is set to lock horns with Bishop Herman College and Juaso SHTS in the one-eighth stage of this year's National Science and Maths Quiz competition at the University of Ghana Business School today, Tuesday the 20th of June, 2017 at 12:30pm.

Japan provides $2.8m grant for development of agriculture in Ghana

Ghana News

More than $2.8 million grant has been approved by the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF) for the commercial cultivation of vegetables in four regions in the country.

'Stone mouse' school has no electricity; Computer donation diverted

Ghana News

There was confusion at the Assin Asamankese District Assembly Primary School Thursday morning, when the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), sent about twenty computers to the school only to discover that there was no power supply to the school.

UEW shuts down pending court decision on legitimacy of governing council

Ghana News

All campuses and offices of the University of Winneba (UEW) throughout Ghana have been shut down following a court injunction with regards to the legitimacy of its governing council.

The deceased, Nii Tettey Sarbah - Photo - graphic.com.gh

Ghana News

A development chief of Ardayman, near Amasaman in the Ga West Municipality in the Greater Accra Region, has allegedly been murdered by some unknown persons in his room over what is suspected to be a chieftaincy dispute and land litigation.

Dr David Zaawumya Akolbila - Photo -graphic.com.gh

Ghana News

Two youth groups of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) yesterday allegedly clashed over the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer for the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH).

Call For Expressions Of Interest: Consultant(s) for GACC Strategy Review

Ghana News

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) is a unique cross-sectoral grouping of eight (8) public, private and civil society organizations (CSOs) with a focus on promoting good governance and fighting corruption in Ghana. The Coalition's major areas of operation include; research and advocacy, public sensitization and mobilization, training and capacity building, monitoring and evaluation as well as social accountability. GACC's activities over the years have been guided by strategic plans until December 2015 when the last strategy expired.

NSMQ DIARIES: PRESEC, LEGON TO SLUG IT OUT WITH ACCRA ACADEMY IN ONE EIGHTH STAGE

Ghana News

Presec, Legon is set to slug it out with Accra Academy in the one eighth stage of this year's National Science and Maths Quiz competition on 21st June, 2017 at the University of Ghana Business School.

File image - Rawlings: I don’t give a damn if Nana Addo was the son or cousin of the devil

Ghana News

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has taken to popular social media platform, Facebook, to defend both his name and that of his wife, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, and virtually taunting his critics.

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