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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It ...

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Tow levy: We had to listen to Ghanaians – Sammy Awuku

The National Youth Organizer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Sammy Awuku has said the decision to discontinue the mandatory tow levy was because Ghanaians did not like it. Speaking to Citi News in Takoradi on the sidelines of an NPP youth programme, Mr Awuku noted that “the Ghanaian people spoke strongly against it [the tow levy] and president ...

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Jute fibre recycling: The story of Trap Company

Fashion is a popular style of cruising in a designer outlook to uproot the beauty of one’s status. The invention of shoe making has changed from the primitive style of living to the scientific characteristics of comfort style. An entrepreneur‟s mind of scaling to meet the new trending picture of the consumer is subject to total branding and changing the ...

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GIJ graduates second batch of Masters of Arts students 

Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, has expressed concern about the paucity of research data for development planning in many African countries including Ghana. He urged graduates from the Ghana Institute of Journalism’s Graduate School to endeavour to add value to the nation’s planning through their through research. Prof Yankah said this at the second ...

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Improved public schools in Rwanda see private academies close down

Private schools in Rwanda face an uncertain future amid dwindling admissions as learners increasingly enroll in public schools. Desperate proprietors who face closure of their institutions are now asking the government to sponsor students in private schools at public rates. However, the government has rejected the idea. More than 30 private schools are said to have closed indefinitely this year, ...

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Binaba Health Centre gets mechanized borehole

The Water Aid Commission in collaboration with its development partners has commissioned a mechanized water pump facility at a cost of GHC 15,000 for the Binaba Health Centre in the Bawku West District of the Upper East Region. The solar power pump is expected to pump 20,000 litres of water per day to the centre and the community. Mr Abdul-Nashiru ...

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Women in Media condemn attack on woman at Kona Bar

The Alliance for Women in the Media has condemned the violence suffered by Portia Asantewaa Duah at the hands of a bouncer at Kona Bar in Osu in Accra. The Alliance in a statement said the issue must be treated as a matter of criminal assault and called for the bouncer to be sanctioned. A bouncer at the bar on Friday ...

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High Court dismisses suit by Winners Chapel International

After 13 years of legal battle over the ownership of Winners Chapel, the Accra High Court has dismissed a suit by Winners Chapel International (WCI) which sought to evict Winners Chapel Ghana (WCG) from the church premises and claim all properties belonging to the church. The court, presided over by Mr Justice K.A. Ofori-Atta, held that WCI, headed by Bishop ...

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Stop issuing small scale miners permits – Minister to EPA

Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Frimpong Boateng has advised the new members of the Board of Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to halt the issuance of permit to small scale miners. The Minister believes this is necessary until such a time that the country will be rid of all harm caused by those whose activities ...

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