Friday , August 6 2021

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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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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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Angolan President in Ghana for 3-day visit

Angolan President, João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, arrived in Accra on Sunday for a three-day visit to the country. He is in Ghana at the invitation of President Nana Akufo-Addo, who was in Angola in August 2019, for a two-day official visit at the Angolan leader’s request. President João Lourenço’s visit …

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Popular veteran actress passes on

Creative art players in the Nollywood industry have been thrown into a state of shock over the death of popular veteran actress, Rachel Oniga. Madam Oniga reportedly passed on on Friday, July 30, 2021 around 10:00pm at a Lagos Hospital. She was 64 years. A family statement, which confirmed the …

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Fraudsters inject 800 Ugandans with water instead of Covid shots

At least 800 people in Uganda received fake Covid-19 vaccines in June from “unscrupulous people” as employers rush to inoculate workers amid a spike in infections. Some companies paid fees to have their employees vaccinated from their work premises, but the medical officials turned out to be fraudsters administering largely …

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Covid-19: UK to scrap wearing of face masks, distancing rules

Boris Johnson in next UK Prime Minister

Face masks will no longer be legally required and distancing rules will be scrapped at the final stage of England’s Covid-19 lockdown roadmap, Boris Johnson has confirmed. The rule of six inside private homes will be removed and work-from-home guidance abolished as 16 months of on-off restrictions on daily life …

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Jacob Zuma: Supporters form ‘human shield’ to stop ex-president’s arrest

Jacob Zuma

Supporters of South African ex-President Jacob Zuma have formed what they say is a human shield outside his home to try to prevent his arrest. On Tuesday the constitutional court found him guilty of contempt for defying its order to appear before an inquiry into corruption. A deadline for his …

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800 Ugandans get fake Covid-19 jab

Covid-19 vaccine

More than 800 people and an undisclosed number of clients from several companies based in the Kampala Metropolitan Area received fake Covid-19 jabs last month. Some of the recipients have since died in the second wave of the pandemic, the Ugandan government revealed. Dr Wallen Naamara, the head of State House Health …

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Zambia’s first president, Kenneth Kaunda dies aged 97

Kenneth Kaunda

Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president, and a key figure in its independence struggle, has died at the age of 97, his family has confirmed. Kaunda was admitted to a hospital in the capital Lusaka on Monday suffering from pneumonia. His aides said he did not have Covid-19. In the 1950s, …

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