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STC supports Easter Orphan Project with 44-seater bus

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The State Transport Company (STC) will be providing a 44 seater bus to help Citi FM undertake its Easter Orphan Project on Easter Monday. The bus will be used to transport some of the items donated by the listeners of the station and other donors. The Easter Orphan Project forms part of Citi FM’s corporate social responsibility activities. The orphanages, ...

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Nukat Farms donates to Easter Orphan Project

Citi FM will on Easter Monday head to three orphanages to present the charity items solicited from listeners of the station. Ahead of the trip, Nukat Farms, a poultry farm based in the Central Region, has donated 20 crates of eggs to project. The donation was presented by the farm’s Managing Director, Daniel Tettey. “Once in a  while, we need to ...

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Kasapreko donates water, drinks to Easter Orphan Project

Kasapreko Company limited has donated 100 boxes of bottled water and soft drinks to support the Easter Orphan Project. Citi FM will on Easter Monday head to three orphanages to present the charity items solicited from listeners of the station. The Easter Orphan Project is part of Citi FM’s corporate social responsibility activities. The orphanages, which Citi FM has been ...

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Delayed payments hurting service providers – U/E NHIS

The Upper East Regional head of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Sebastian Alangpulinsa says delays in the reimbursement of service providers and the inadequate supply of ribbons papers are threatening the sustainability of the scheme in the region. According to him, though the scheme is making strides in providing universal health care access to citizens, there was the urgent need ...

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Act maturely over Anyidoho’s arrest – Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings

Former President Jerry Rawlings has called for cool heads and the rule of law to prevail in the matter of Koku Anyidoho’s arrest for treason. Describing the whole saga as a “media-political circus” in a statement on social media, Mr. Rawlings said, said the investigative processes must be adhered to without recourse to emotions. Following some complaints of police brutality ...

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We’ll save $60m yearly from renegotiated Karpower deal – Dep. Minister

Though the exact savings from the renegotiation of the Karpower deal from 10 to 20 years are yet to emerge, Ghana will be saving at least $60 million per year, according to a deputy Minister for Energy, William Owuraku Aidoo. These savings will come from the utilization of gas from the Sankofa fields. Mr. Aidoo justified the Akufo-Addo’s administration’s extension of ...

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Gov’t hails Ghana’s World Press Freedom Index ranking

Information Minister, Mustatpha Hamid, has lauded Ghanaian media for its great work done which landed the country in the 26th rank in the 2017 World Press Freedom Index. Speaking at the media launch of the 2018 World Press Freedom Day, Dr. Hamid urged Ghanaians to be proud about the opportunity given to Ghana to host this year’s edition as it ...

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Mahama visits, poses for pictures with ‘arrested’ Anyidoho

Embattled Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho, appeared to be in high spirits when former President, John Mahama visited him at the Bureau of National Investigation’s headquarters. This was a day after Mr. Anyidoho was detained for making treasonable comments. Mr. Mahama was pictured with Anyidoho, along with Julius Debrah, who served as his ...

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Police to seize Anyidoho’s phones, laptops for treason evidence

As the state looks to build a case of treason against the Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho, police have been given permission to seize all electronic devices belonging to the embattled politician. The warrant from the High Court, sighted by Citi News, ordered that electronic gadgets including laptops, iPhone and iPads, believed to ...

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Over 200 displaced in Sissala West after rainstorm

A rainstorm has hit Gwollu, the capital of the Sissala West district of the Upper West region, displacing a total of 250 persons in the town. The incident which happened last Wednesday destroyed properties worth hundreds of thousand Ghana Cedis in over 100 households. Roofs of most the houses in the town were ripped off whiles some homes were completely washed ...

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