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MAKE COCOA REPORTAGE YOUR PRIORITY, OBED OWUSU

Mr Obed Owusu Addai, Managing Campaigner for Eco-Care, has urged media practioners across the country to invest a lot of their time in the cocoa sector to make sure various stakeholders within the sector are held accountable to their commitment. He is of the view that it will enable cocoa producers

Special Prosecutor publishes list of cases being prosecuted

Special Prosecutor

The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has by law, published a list of cases it has investigated and is prosecuting. In its publication, the OSP revealed that it has currently investigated two corruption cases and has arraigned the accused persons. One of the cases involves The Republic vs Mahama Ayariga and

Kidnapped girls: Angry mother slaps suspect in court

Kidnapped girls

There was drama at the Sekondi High Court 2 in the Western Region Wednesday, when a mother of one of the kidnapped girls slapped the suspect, Samuel Udoterk after he pleaded not guilty to the crime. Comfort Arhin, mother of Ruthlove Quayson, distressed by the suspect’s refusal to disclose where her

Video: My man and I almost got married – Mzbel reveals

Mzbel

Singer Mzbel has revealed that she nearly walked down the aisle with the man she is currently dating. But for a last-minute change of mind, she would have been someone’s wife by now, she disclosed. The mother of one made the revelation in an interview with Mamavi Owusu-Aboagye on the Cosmopolitan Mix

PDS suspension: Power distribution won’t be interrupted – Gov’t

PDS suspension

Government has given the assurance that suspension of the concession agreement with Power Distribution Services (PDS) will not affect power supply to homes. “Government has taken steps to ensure distribution, billing and payment services continue uninterrupted. The general public and customers are assured that this development will not interfere with the

PROPHET BADU KOBI IS NOT A MAN OF GOD – GENDER MINISTER

Prophet Badu Kobi

Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Cynthia Morrison, has admonished Ghanaian women to remain focused and ignore Prophet Badu Kobi because he is not a man of God. According to Hon. Morrison, even though the comments made by the man of God is very defaming to Ghanaian women, they

NZULEZU TEACHERS SEEK GOVERNMENT SUPPORT.

Nzulezu Teachers

Teachers of Nzulezu School in the Western Region of Ghana are calling on the government for support. They want the government to provide them with facilities that will reduce their challenges related to education. In an interview with some of the teachers, they stated that due to them living on the

Gov’t withdraws luxury vehicle tax

Government has withdrawn the luxury vehicle tax which was introduced last year. The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori – Atta, in his mid-year budget review in Parliament, said while the tax was introduced to raise revenue, “we have noted suggestions from the general public on the implementation of this tax.” The Luxury Vehicle Tax had

Consumers to pay 3% more for talking

Government has increased the Communication Service Tax from 6 to 9 percent. Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, made the announcement when he presented the 2019 mid-year budget review to Parliament, Monday. The communications service tax (CST) is levied on charges for the use of communications services that are provided by operators in the

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