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BOY 16, MEETS UNTIMELY DEATH

A 16-year old boy, Kobby meets his untimely death after drowning in an abandoned quarry with water. The incident occurred at Gomoa Aprah in the Central Region. Mother of the 16-year old, Araba Eshun explained that, she heard the news of her son’s untimely death from a friend. She added that,

GOSPEL ARTISTE ARRESTED OVER HIV/AIDS CURE

Gospel Artiste,Brother Sammy has been arrested. The arrest was effected by Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) with assistance from Ashanti Regional Police. Brother Sammy is to assist in investigations over a concoction which he claims is an antidote to HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. The gospel artiste who has been parading himself

GRANDMOTHER BURNS GRANDDAUGHTER WITH HEATED STONE

An eight-year-old girl has sustained severe injuries on her face and jaw after her grandmother mercilessly burnt her with a heated stone for returning late from school. This sad incident happened at Kasoa Gada in the Awutu Senya East Municipality in the Central Region. According to the victim, her grandmother had told

Operation Vanguard arrests 15 Chinese linked to illegal mining

Members of the Operation Vanguard taskforce stationed at their Forward Operating Base in the Western Region on Saturday apprehended 15 suspected Chinese illegal miners in the Juaboso District in the Western North Region. This was contained in a statement issued to the Ghana News Agency by Captain Andy Sowatey, Public Relations Officer

US immigration starts raid to deport illegal migrants including 7000 Ghanaians

Donald Trump (US president on immigration

Some 7000 Ghanaians marked for deportation are part of people the US immigration authorities will be dealing with as it begins raiding some cities to arrest and deport individuals illegally residing in the country. The US government has not hidden its feelings about the presence of illegal immigrants since Donald Trump took office as president. Already

46 Teacher Training Colleges to get ¢4.6m to boost skills upgrade

The government has launched a ¢4.6 million Transition Support Fund for teaching and non-teaching staff in all 46 Public Colleges of Education. The fund is to be used for the professional development and upgrading of both teaching and non-teaching staff, Public Relations Officer at the Ministry of Education, Vincent Ekow Assifuah indicated

Photos of some new SHS facilities to tackle over-crowding

The Education Ministry appears prepared to accommodate students from the Junior High School who will be swarming to the Senior High Schools (SHS) in September. Over half a million pupils successfully graduated from the basic level after they recently sat for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and are awaiting posting

Cost of electricity up by over 11%

Cost of electricity up by over 11%

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has approved an 11.17% tariff increase for electricity from July 1. PURC explained in a press release on Friday that the increase is for the recovery of total electricity revenue requirement for the regulated electricity market. “In taking the above decisions, the Commission received and considered tariff

THE INTERESTING BREAK UP SITUATION AT THE HOSPITAL

THE INTERESTING BREAK UP SITUATION AT THE HOSPITAL Relationships are very interesting. People have interesting decisions to make when choosing life partners. Others is due to love. Again for some people it's because of money and attitude. When it comes to marriage it is a personal decision based on agreement. Recently a lot

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