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Pink FM Makes Donation to Support Building of School at Gomoa Ayensuadze

Management of Pink 96.9 FM, a Kasoa based broadcasting network have announced the station’s readiness to support the country’s quest to have most people educated. The station has thus began a move to assist deprived communities in putting up decent school buildings. Speaking at the Gomoa Ayensuadze Akwanbo festival, Gordon Addai Baffour

Construction Of Emergency Boys Dormitory Starts At Aburaman SHS

A sod has been cut by the Member of Parliament, ( MP) for the Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency, Hon. Elvis Morris Donkoh to build a new Boys Dormitory for Aburaman Senior High School at Abura Dunkwa on Wednesday. The facility will augment the existing facilities in the school and consequently increase

KNUST beats UG, ‘Ibadan’ to claim top spot in West Africa

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been adjudged the best University in Ghana and West Africa. The Ashanti Region-based university also came 14th on the African continent and 706th out of selected 1,500 best universities worldwide. It displaced two of West Africa’s prestigious tertiary institutions, the University of Ibadan

Video of UG student slapping ‘boyfriend’ for ‘cheating’ goes viral

A video has gone viral of a man being physically assaulted for “cheating”. The 22 seconds video shows the man being repeatedly slapped with flipflops. The young man believed to be a student makes no retaliation He is seated in the chair with his head slumped into his hands while at least three other persons watch

JHS graduate commits suicide over school choice

A 15-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate has committed suicide by hanging at Agona Asafo in the Agona East District of the Central region for not getting his school of choice. Master Isaac Arhin, affectionately called Yaw completed Junior High School(JHS) in Tema and obtained aggregate 20 but the computer selection

GBC BIDS FINAL ADIEU TO OUTGOING SERVICE PERSONNEL

GBC

The state broadcaster, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) has said its fond farewell to outgoing service personnel who worked with them during the 2018/2019 service year. The Service Personnel were advised not to fall prey to people who promise them job abroad. The Director of Internal Audit for GBC, Peter Opoku-Mensah, at a

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

DR. MATTHEW OPOKU PREMPEH’S MEETING WITH THE PRESS USELESS

Chairman of Private Schools in the Awutu Senya Municipality, Rev. William Baako has tagged the recent meeting between the press and Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh as “useless”. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh discussed the new educational curriculum with the press. A National High School Certificate would be introduced. However, Rev. William Baako has expressed

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