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Construction of six Adentan-Madina footbridges to miss April deadline


Any chance of pedestrians using the footbridges under construction on the Adentan -Madina highway from May 1, 2019 look to be quickly diminishing. Citi FM‘s visit to the worksites on Tuesday confirmed that only three out the six footbridges were close to completion. Work on the six footbridges on the Adentan-Madina highway was

Tamale bakers declare strike over high cost of flour

Tamale bakers declare strike over high cost of flour

Consumers of bread, cakes and other products made from flour in the Northern Regional capital, Tamale, must brace themselves for a shortage of the product as bakers in the area have declared strike over the rising cost of flour. According to the Bakers Association of the Northern Region, they are unable to keep


GNUTS Petition Over Tamale Technical University

The Ghana National Union of Technical Students have petitioned the ministry of education over the formation of the Governing Council of the Tamale Technical University. According to the union the delay of the formation of the council is retarding the smooth running of the University which has had an adverse effect


The eastern corridor road serves as the shortest route between the southern and Northern sectors of Ghana . Hence the linkage between five (5) regions in the country namely, Greater Accra, Eastern, Volta, Ashanti and the Upper East. The Roads Minister, Honourable Kwasi Amoako-Atta says he is certain that the eastern corridor

Story I never told about Africa

Why I wanted to come to Africa? Why I wanted to come to Africa? To be honest before six months I never would have believed that I will travel to Africa after my graduation. I just knew that I wanted to go to another place in the world. So I made

Minister of State Rockson Bukari resigns over leaked audio tape


Minister of State at the Office of the President, Rockson Bukari has resigned, following a leaked audio tape in which he is heard allegedly trying to suppress the publication of a damning story against a mining firm and a judge in the Upper East Region. A statement signed by the Director

BoG to get tough on currency import, export violators


The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has warned of severe consequences for persons who flout its rules concerning the importation and exportation of foreign currencies. In an announcement to the public, the central bank stated that it has powers under the Foreign Exchange Act, 2006 (ACT 723) to make rules governing the

Nationwide Ghana card registration kick starts today


The National Identification Authority (NIA) will today [Monday] begin the mass registration and issuance of the National Identification Card in the Greater Accra Region. The NIA began the pilot project of the Ghana card in the Adentan Municipality in November 2018 with over one hundred and twenty thousand people issued with

Takoradi: Suspected kidnapper in court amid tight security


Sam Udoetuk Wills, the suspect at the centre of the kidnapping of some three girls in the Western Region has arrived at the Takoradi Market Circle District Court after failing to appear at two earlier sittings over charges of jailbreak, destroying public property and resisting arrest. Sam Wills, who arrived at