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FDA destroys unwholesome products in Cape Coast

fda destroys unwholesome products

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in the Central Regional on Thursday safely disposed of about four metric tonnes of expired products worth more than GH¢ 32,697 in Cape Coast. They were made up of herbal medicines, alkaline water, and some expired drugs, which were voluntarily brought from pharmacies and hospitals to the FDA in accordance with the Public Health ...

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First lady organises health screening for Cape Coast residents

Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, the First Lady, on Saturday organised a free health screening exercise for more than 500 residents of Cape Coast and surrounding communities. The beneficiaries were screened for HIV, blood pressure, hypertension, blood sugar level, diabetes, eye disorders, Hepatitis B, and malaria among other diseases. The exercise was conducted by a team comprising medical doctors, laboratory technicians, physician ...

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Academy of Christ the King students protest encroachment on school lands

Students of The Academy of Christ the King Senior High School at Cape Coast in the Central Region, have demonstrated against encroachers who have allegedly taken over the school’s lands. The students, who had wore red armbands on Tuesday, said they do not feel safe because they have received death threats from some of the encroachers. “We are demonstrating because ...

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Photos: Black Stars arrive at Cape Coast Stadium

Ghana’s Black Stars have arrived at the Cape Coast Stadium for their final FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt. The team received a rapturous welcome from the Cape Coast crowd upon arrival with fans bearing high hopes of finishing the disappointing campaign on a high. Ghana have lost their last three competitive games against the Pharoahs and will be hoping ...

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2018 WCQ: Black Stars hold training session in Cape Coast [Photos]

The Black Stars had their first training session on Tuesday afternoon at the Cape Coast Stadium ahead of their final World Cup qualifier against Egypt. 20 out of 23 players called up for the game took part in the session under the guidance of Head Coach Kwesi Appiah and his technical team. According to Citi News’ Central Regional Correspondent, Joseph Ackon Mensah, Captain Asamoah ...

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Bill to make Cape Coast, Tamale Poly to technical universities ready

The Minister of State In charge Of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, has said his outfit is ready to present the draft Bill that will legally convert Cape Coast and Tamale Polytechnics to fully fledged Universities to Parliament. “As I am speaking now, a Bill is ready to be laid before Parliament when parliament resumes next week,” he said to ...

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C/R: Gender Ministry wages war on early marriage

The Director of Gender at the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Dr Comfort Asare, has reaffirmed the Ministry’s strategies targeted at minimising teenage pregnancy and early marriage in the Central Region. The strategies include liaising with stakeholders in the fight against teenage pregnancy and child marriage, as tools for achieving Ghana’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by 2030. Speaking ...

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No fire hydrant at Mankessim and Cape Coast administrative centre

Checks at the business and administrative hub of Cape Coast as well as the entire Mankessim town have shown that the two notable places in the Central Region have no fire hydrants. This means that should any fire outbreak occur in those places, the Ghana National Fire Service personnel may struggle to put it out. A fire hydrant is a ...

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Freemasons organise health screening in Cape Coast

The District Grand Lodge of Cape Coast has organised a free health screening for the people of Cape Coast and its environs. The exercise, which formed part of the third centenary anniversary celebration of the United Grand Lodge of England, was to help members to know their health status. It was also part of an annual charity programme, where the ...

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We need God’s intervention – Akufo-Addo

President Akufo-Addo has called on Christians and all Ghanaians to seek God’s intervention in the affairs of government to help them work to the benefit of the country. Speaking at a thanksgiving service on Sunday at the Wesley Methodist Cathedral in the Central Region after the New Patriotic Party’s delegates’ conference, Akufo-Addo expressed his commitment to ensuring development of the ...

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