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Ayariga trial: Court dismisses Speaker’s certificate

Judge wants Ayariga in court by 1pm

An Accra High Court has ruled that Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga, must show up for trial whenever he is required to do so. Justice Afia Botwe on Tuesday, rejected a certificate issued by the Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye, informing the court that the MP had work to do in Parliament. There

Asante Kotoko pull out of NC Special Cup tier 1

Asante Kotoko pull out of NC Special Cup tier 1

Asante Kotoko are suspending their participation in the NC Special Cup tier 1 after the Normalisation Committee declined to change plans for the upcoming semi-final between the Porcupine Warriors and archrivals Hearts of Oak. Kotoko finished second in Zone A while Hearts topped Zone B. Both teams have been scheduled to play a one-off

THE MEDIA ENGAGEMENT IN POLITICS

The mass media is the fourth realm of the government. The mass media is noted for gathering,  educating and informing the general public on political, social, economic, entertainment and various issues concerning human existence. Through the mass media, news outlet have a major influence on the general public and a major

UNEMPLOYMENT:THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY

UNEMPLOYMENT

Unemployment: threat to national security The term “National Security” refers to the safety of a nation against threats. However national security is changing as its framework is based on human evolution and behavior. There have been many factors contributing to the threat of the state including armed robbery, kidnapping,

KIDS FLOOD KASOA HIGHWAY IN SEARCH OF DAILY MEAL

Street Children on the Kasoa Road and the Role of Social Intervention Child begging has become a very scary phenomenon in this country. On highways and streets in some regional capitals of the country, you will see children mostly within the range of 6 to 14 years begging. This has become

THE REBECCA FOUNDATION “BECAUSE I WANT TO BE” GIVES HOPE TO GIRLS.

Hope was rekindled for young girls at Teshie and La who thought they could not achieve their innate dreams academically, and professionally, following the successful launch of the “Because I Want To  Be” project by the Rebecca Foundation. The project, an initiative of The Rebecca Foundation is geared at providing attractive

RAMPANT GROWTH OF MADMEN ON OUR STREETS

In recent times, the rise of madmen on the streets is on a high, pavements made for passersby have now been taken over by this madmen which is not suppose to be so. This issue is a very big problem which needs to be given much attention, because of the

POVERTY AND ITS EFFECT ON HEALTHCARE DELIVERY

Children living in low income families have worst health outcomes than other children on a number of key indicators. This includes infant mortality, low birthweight and malnutrition. Poverty’s harsh efforts on health care starts before babies are born and piles up throughout their adult lives. With stress filled homes, shaky nutrition,

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