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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CCTV footage exposes suspected Legon thief

A man captured on a closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage stealing from the “Little Legon” bungalows has been arrested and detained by the police. The University of Ghana Staff, who are living in these bungalows, have been experiencing frequent break-ins which led to them setting up a CCTV camera to monitor activities in the area. That decision has been justified as ...

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U/E to get database on vulnerable people

The Upper East Region will soon have a register of all vulnerable groups and households to guide the execution of government social intervention programmes. This was disclosed by Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR). The ongoing household data collection under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MOGCSP) targets over two hundred thousand households in the region, with a population ...

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Veep to African maritime authorities: Tighten security at ports

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia

Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has demanded that maritime authorities ensure the enforcement of the framework guiding shipping standards in the West African Region. The Vice President noted that with an estimated 90 percent of African imports and exports conducted by sea transport, the issues of maritime safety and marine pollution has become a critical issue that calls for serious ...

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Agriculture will die without more extension officers – Agric officer

A District Agric Officer in the Nanumba South District of the Northern Region, Sulemana Bawa Abdul Rahman, has warned that Ghana’s agric sector may collapse by in the near future if sustainable measures are not put in place to grow the sector. He attributed his prediction to the fact that many veteran personnel in the sector are either retiring or ...

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Police to deploy 10,000 officers for Easter festivities

The Ghana Police Service says over 10,000 police officers will be deployed across the country to ensure maximum security during this year’s Easter festivities. According to the Service, all regional commanders have been tasked to deploy officers to densely populated events. Speaking to Citi News, Director-General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Eklu, assured Ghanaians of ...

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Amewu condemns police assault on journalist at CID Headquarters

Lands and Natural Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu, on Wednesday visited a member of his Ministry’s press corps, Latif Iddris of Joy News, one of the Multimedia Group Limited’s platforms, who was beaten by some police officers at the Headquarters of the Police Criminal Investigations Department on Tuesday. Latif Iddris, who has been on admission at the Lighthouse Mission Hospital ...

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Goldstreet Business supports New Life Orphanage at Nungua

The management and staff of Goldstreet Business, one of Ghana’s leading business newspapers, on Wednesday, March 28, donated foodstuffs and toiletries valued at over GHS13,000 to the New Life Nungua Children’s Home in Accra. In addition, the newspaper house also donated a cow, cartons of purified water and office furniture to the home. Mr. Charles Wireko, Publisher of Goldstreet Business ...

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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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Remove ‘controversial’ articles from US military camp deal – Union

US soldiers arrived from Afghanistan wal

The Ghana Federation of Labour is appealing to the President to expunge some clauses from the US/Ghana Defence Cooperation Agreement, which it says are not in the best interests of the country and its security. “Under no circumstances therefore should any preferential concession be considered in any collaboration which impacts on the Ghanaian Sovereignty and Human Rights. We appeal to ...

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