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How some MPs kicked against Saglemi Housing project in 2012

Chamber

In the evening of October 31, 2012, Ghana’s Parliament witnessed a heated debate. It was over approval for a $200 million loan agreement. This was to be used for the construction of some housing units. Then Minister for Finance, Dr Kwabena Duffour had asked for approval of the credit agreement between …

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Exclusive photos from the #FixTheCountry demo that had hundreds marching in Accra

FixTheCountry demo

#FixTheCountry campaigners hit the streets of Accra on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 to demand that government addresses the many economic and social challenges facing the country. As of 6:00am, some participants had already stormed the ‘Obra Spot’ near the Kwame Nkrumah interchange to commence the march which was climaxed at the …

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#FixTheCountry demonstrators paint Accra red

ARREST OF TWO NIGERIAN YOUTH AT LIBERIA CAMP

Scores of Ghanaians have trooped to the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle for the #FixTheCountry demonstration. The fix the country campaigners have in the last few months agitated on social media demanding that government addresses challenges that have for years bedeviled the nation. They took to the streets clad in red attire …

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Eviction notice served on Liberia Camp residents by Gomoa East DISEC

The Gomoa East District Chief Executive, Solomon Darko-Quarm, has served residents of Buduburam Liberia Camp with an eviction notice. The notice has asked the residents to vacate the Camp by September 30, 2021. The decision to evict the residents, according to the DCE, was taken at a District Security Council …

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THE EFFECTS OF NEW CHANGES TRANSFER AND POSTINGS OF SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS

THE EFFECTS OF NEW CHANGES TRANSFER AND POSTINGS OF SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS OF DSP EFFIA TENGE AND ACP KWASI FORI COMES AFTER THE ACTING INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (IGP) COP DR GEORGE AKUFFO DAMPARE TOOK OVER OFFICE EFFECTS NEW CHANGES Recently, the effects of new changes transfer and postings of …

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James Quayson appeals ruling annulling his election as Assin North MP

James Quayson

The 2020 National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Assin North, James Gyakye Quayson, has appealed the High Court ruling which nullified his election as the Member of Parliament for the area. Mr. Quayson in his appeal sighted by Citi News insisted that the Cape Coast High Court erred in its ruling, hence his …

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THE RESIST OVER HIGH COST OF PRIVATE HOSTEL IN THE UNIVERSITIES

HOW LANDLORDS EXTORT TOO HIGH MONEY FROM UNIVERSITY STUDENTS THROUGH HOSTEL RENTS Currently, The resist over high cost of private hostel in the universities, has been expressed on how students are being drained, hence in finding hostel to continue their academic duties. Meanwhile Landlords have increased their facilities prices, besides, …

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Anti-LGBTQI+ Bill to be laid in Parliament today

A picture of Sam George

The ‘Proper Human Sexual and Ghanaian Family Values Bill’ 2021, is expected to be laid in Parliament later today [August 2, 2021] for a presentation and first reading. The bill, nicknamed the anti-LGBTQ bill, prescribes that people of the same sex who engage in sexual activity could be fined or …

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Price of bread increased in Ashanti Region

Members of the Bread Bakers Association in the Ashanti Region have announced an increment in the price of bread. A loaf of bread sold at GHS5 will now sell at GHS6. The decision according to the association is due to the rising cost of raw materials in the production of …

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