The Attorney-General (AG) is praying an Accra High Court to dismiss the case of seven Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and four persons who sued government over alleged mining of bauxite in the Atewa Forest Range. According to the AG, the seven CSOs and four private citizens were “mere crying wolf.” In a statement of defence …
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Dr Yaw Baah, Secretary General, Trades Union Congress (TUC) Ghana, has reiterated the union’s calls on government to rectify the “unfairness and discrimination” in the implementation of the three-tier pension scheme and adjust upwards, the low lump-sum benefits of pensioners. The TUC said pensioners were being shortchanged in terms of the lump-sum benefits they received, …
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Dr Ama Pokuaa Fenny, a Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), has expressed concerns about the failure of politicians and political parties to provide clear strategies and direction for financing their manifesto promises. She, therefore, asked Ghanaians not to vote for political parties or politicians based on juicy electoral promises but …
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has agreed on rules for the testing of African herbal remedies to fight COVID-19. Sound science would be the sole basis for safe and effective traditional therapies to be adopted, it said. Any traditional remedies that are judged effective could be fast-tracked for large-scale manufacturing. Madagascar’s leader has been promoting […]
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National Chairman of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Nana Ofori Owusu believes the GHS100,000 filing fee for presidential hopefuls is an attempt by the Electoral Commission to block some aspirants from the race. The GHS100,000 filing fee for presidential candidates is said to be a 100% increment from the GHS50,000 fee charged in 2016. There […]
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COVID-19 restrictions in England will get tougher if rules are not followed, Matt Hancock has warned, as the government introduces £10,000 fines for people who fail to self-isolate. The health secretary told the BBC’s Andrew Marr to show the country was facing a “tipping point and we have a choice”. “If everybody follows the rules […]
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September marks the global prostate cancer awareness month and brings the disease into the national limelight. In my new 900-page book yet to be launched on 26th September 2020, page 1, I said that “every man has a prostate, but every prostate doesn’t have to make a man’s life miserable. However, this small gland is […]
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A 68-year-old British woman has been revealing to the British Press about how a Ghanaian man in his thirties managed to fleece her of £18,000 and more despite the endless bouts of hot sexual intercourse in a well-executed romance scam.
The Attorney General(AG) is praying an Accra High Court to dismiss the case of seven Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and four persons who sued government over alleged mining of bauxite in the Atewa Forest Range.
Residents of Nanton in the Northern Region are appealing to the government for an upgrade of their community clinic into a District Hospital. They say most of them are forced to seek healthcare outside their district due to the unavailability of a district hospital Some residents shared their frustrations with Citi News saying: “We have […]
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The Ghana Police Service has announced that its officers from the National Headquarters will embark on a route march in Accra on Monday, September 21 in what it describes as a “confidence building march”.