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EPA TAKES STEPS TO EXAMINE GAS STATIONS

The environmental Protection Agency(EPA), in their quest to protect various gas stations in the country has taken steps to examine fuel and gas filling stations. It has become necessary to put in place measures to protect gas filling stations and make sure disasters like gas explosions are prevented. Speaking to the Programs

GHANA COMMEMORATES AFRICAN UNION DAY

African Union Day is annually celebrated across Africa and in some parts of the world to mark the formation of the Organization of African Unity in the year 1963. As this non-governmental organization ages 54 this year,the theme focuses on the youth: HARNESSING THE DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND THROUTH INVESTMENT IN YOUTH. Ghana held

I’LL NOT SHIELD ANY CORRUPT OFFICIAL.

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo has stated that he will not pardon any public official found to engage in corruption. He mentioned that, he will ensure that the law is applied to any corrupt official without fear or panic. He made this remarks on Wednesday when he addressed

THUNDER STRIKE ME IF I ENCOURAGE GALAMSEY – MP FOR SEFWI JUABOSO

Illegal mining,refered in the local palant as 'Galamsey' has become a substancial issue Ghanaians are fighting against.There seems to be issues rising,about Government officials getting involved in this menace. The Member of Parliament for Sefwi Juaboso,Hon. Kwabena Minta Akandoh out of anger invaded curses upon the statement raised by Lawyer Obiri

VEEP PROMISES BETTER ROADS IN THE NORTH

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia has reiterated government’s commitment to tarring the Nalerigu-Bunkpurugu road in the Northern Region. He promised the residents that by the end of the first term of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration, the roads would have been tarred completely. According to the vice president, there are already ongoing

NOT EVEN MY WIFE CAN STOP ME- PREZ AKUFFO ADDO

President Nana Akufo-Addo has said he will not be talked out of prosecuting corrupt public officers despite attempts by some officials to use his wife to plead on their behalf. Once you are found guilty, you will be prosecuted, he said to a rapturous applause by the Ghanaian community in Sierra

I’M YET TO RETURN MY DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT- MARK WOYONGO

A former Interior Minister under the John Mahama administration Mark Woyongo says he is yet to return his diplomatic passport to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration as mandated. He said he has failed to submit the passport because he has misplaced it. His admissions follow threats by the government to revoke all

COURT PLACES INJUNCTION ON UCC RUSTICATION AS SRC SEEKS REDRESS

The Cape Coast High Court has placed an injunction on the UCC's decision to rusticate 22 of its students following a clash that ensued during the annual hall week celebration of the Oguaa and Atlantic Halls. The University authorities had argued that, the 22 students were organizers of the event and

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