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Author Archives: Godwin Akweiteh Allotey

UKGCC to drive trade and investment agenda in Ghana — CEO

The Chief Executive Officer at UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC), Tony Burkson, has disclosed that his outfit is poised at driving trade and investment agenda in Ghana to greater levels. According to him, UKGCC in the next few years is expected to be the major driver of trade and investment activities between Ghana and the United Kingdom. “We intend to ...

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SAP’s School supports Citi FM’s #HelpAChristmasChild project

SAP’s School located in Teshie-Nungua in the Greater Accra Region, on Thursday donated assorted items in support of Citi FM’s Help A Christmas Child” initiative. The annual event comes under Citi Foundation, which is the corporate social responsibility arm of the station. The event seeks to support deprived communities feel the joy of Christmas on every December 26, Boxing Day. ...

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Uber paid 20-year-old hacker $100,000 to keep data breach secret – Sources

A 20-year-old Florida man was responsible for the large data breach at Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] last year and was paid by Uber to destroy the data through a so-called “bug bounty” program normally used to identify small code vulnerabilities, three people familiar with the events have told Reuters. Uber announced on Nov. 21 that the personal data of 57 ...

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NPP’s election victory thanksgiving service in pictures

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) today, [Thursday],  December 7, 2017, held a thanksgiving service at the Accra International Conference Centre to mark a year after the party won the 2016 general elections. Speaking at the event, President Nana Akufo-Addo called on all Ghanaians to pray for the preservation of peace, unity and freedom in Ghana. He said it was only ...

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Lack of backup caused ECG’s prepaid troubles – IT analyst

An IT Analyst in Convergence Technology, Sam Sackey, has said the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) constantly failed to back-up its prepaid power system hence the current predicaments some of their customers are going through. According to him, ECG would have long solved the problem if the back-ups were available. ECG customers in some parts of Accra have slept in ...

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I can cripple you easily – Promzy to Shatta Wale

Few hours after he posted on Facebook that he felt like slapping somebody, Promzy Afrika has issued a stern warning to dance hall artiste Shatta Wale. The former VIP member has warned Shatta Wale to be careful about what he says about Nima, the ‘hometown’ of Promzy and the VIP group. “Now u watch how talk about nima son,i dnt ...

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PURC threatens to sanction ECG over prepaid system errors

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC), has indicated that it may sanction the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), over the challenges with its power prepayment system which has denied about 2000 customers access to electricity, as they are unable to purchase credit for their meters. PURC in a statement on Thursday said it had directed ECG to furnish it with ...

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Commission on new regions will meet 6-month deadline – Dan Botwe

The Minister for Regional Reorganization and Development, Dan Botwe, has said he is confident the Commission of Inquiry for the creation of new regions, can meet its 6-month deadline. The Nine Member Commission chaired by Justice Alan Stephen Brobbey, ended its in-camera hearings on the creation of the new regions on Tuesday. Speaking to the media, Dan Botwe said he is ...

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Six feared dead in chieftaincy clash in East Gonja

Six people are feared dead with scores injured following gunfire exchanges between Kalampor and Kafaba, two farming communities near Salaga in the East Gonja district of the Northern region at dawn of Wednesday. The Northern Regional Police Command Public Relations Officer, Assistant Superintendent of Police Mohammed Yussif Tanko, could not readily confirm the deaths but said policemen have been deployed ...

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Health officials administer antibiotics to KUMACA students 

Health officials in the Ashanti Region, have begun administering antibiotics to students of the Kumasi Academy following a suspected bacterial infection which has claimed four lives within a week. Over 1,500 students have so far received the medication. The Ministry of Education has thus called on parents to allow their wards return to the Kumasi Academy to take the antibiotics ...

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