Saturday, April 4, 2020

NDC pegs parliamentary primary fee at GH₵10,000

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Prospective candidates of the ruling National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) who would want to contest for the party’s parliamentary primary scheduled for November 7, 2015...

Women and disabled persons for NDC parliamentary primaries to pay 5, 000 cedis

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Women and disabled persons who wish to contest the upcoming parliamentary primaries of the ruling National Democratic Congress are to pay 50 percent of...

HEALTH ALERT: FDA warns of adulterated palm oil on the market

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The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) is warning of adulterated palm oil on the market bearing the brand name FOVITOR DZOMI PALM OIL. The product,...

Business activities halted in Tuobodom after Wednesday’s violence

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Business activities in Tuobodom, near Techiman in the Brong Ahafo have come to a halt, a day after violence broke in the area that...

Four feared dead in Tuobodom violence

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Four people are feared dead while seven others have sustained serious injuries after violent clashes broke in Tuobodom, a suburb of Techiman in the...

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Enquirer Publisher Raymond Archer remarries … to change name to Abdul Aziz

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Publisher of the Enquirer newspaper, Raymond Archer, has remarried in a well attended ceremony. Archer, whose first marriage ended some years ago, wedded his longtime...

Withhold salaries of public officials whose inactions cause strikes – Ephson

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Managing Editor of the Daily Dispatch Newspaper, Ben Ephson has urged government to withhold the salaries of public sector officials whose inactions cause strike...

Assassination attempt: No weapon fashioned against me shall prosper – Mahama

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President John Dramani Mahama has said any attempt to assassinate him, is bound to fail as his protection lies in the hands of the...

Stable power coming as VRA readies to pay off debt

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The Volta River Authority has indicated its preparedness to pay off debts it owe the West African Gas Pipeline Company, to help improve power...

OFFICIAL: Striking doctors to lose their pay – Gov’t

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Striking public sector doctors are to lose their pay for the month of August, government has said. This follows the Medical professionals embarking on a...