Monday, June 17, 2024

Minority demands presentation of report of special c’ttee on IGP leaked tape

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The Minority in Parliament is demanding presentation of a report of a special Ad-hoc committee on the IGP leaked tape. The committee chaired by Abuakwa...

Probe alleged dumping of patient in bush by Winneba Trauma Hosp. Mgt. – Minority...

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The Minority in Parliament is demanding a probe into circumstances that led to the death of a patient after she was abandoned by management...

Voter transfer exercise turns violent in Ejura

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A violent clash between supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has disrupted the voter transfer exercise in...

Two Ghanaian pilgrims die in Saudi Arabia during 2024 Hajj

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Two Ghanaian Hajj pilgrims are reported to have died at this year's annual Islamic pilgrimage, Hajj at Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The deceased, are said...

Constitution Review Consultative C’ttee pushes for President to pay tax

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The Constitution Review Consultative Committee has proposed the amendment of the constitution for the President to pay tax. The committee wants Article 68 (5) of...

Alleged dumping of patient: Persons found culpable will be dealt with – GHS

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The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says it has commenced investigations into the alleged dumping of a patient in a bush at Gomoa Ojobi in...

GRIDCo and ECG announce three-week ‘dumsor’

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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) and Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) have announced a three-week interruption in power supply due to a reduction in...

AG sought my support to get Ato Forson jailed to have his seat declared...

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Businessman Richard Jakpa has made yet another sterling revelation on how the Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame urged him to cooperate with him to...

Govt allocates funds to clear locked up Global Fund commodities at the Port

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The Ministry of Health says it has received funds for clearance of locked-up Global Fund commodities currently held at the port including TB medication. The...

Prosecution’s claim that ambulances were unfit for purpose very mischievous – Jakpa to Court

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Businessman Richard Jakpa has told an Accra High Court that prosecution’s claim that the ambulance purchased were unfit for purpose was “very mischievous.” He added...