Monthly Archives: April 2015

Mahama tasks NCCE to ensure national unity

President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday called on the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) to step its educational programmes to help foster national cohesion. He said the role of the NCCE had become critical, especially at a time that the nation is experiencing deep partisan politics and for the fact that the general election is due next year. President ...

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Abuse of Ghanaians abroad: Ministry not in hurry to ban Visa 20

The Employment and Labour Relations Ministry has called for holistic discussions on calls to ban the issuance of Visa 20 to countries along the Mediterranean Sea also refer to as The Gulf, following reports of dehumanizing treatment meted out to Ghanaian domestic workers. Deputy sector Minister, Baba Jamal however said Ghanaians must be cautious in weighing the options in order ...

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World Bank donates $4m for construction of toilet facilities

The World Bank, acting as administrator of the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) has signed a US$4.85 million grant agreement with the Government of Ghana to provide sustainable toilet facilities in low income areas of Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA), Ghana’s largest metropolitan region. Funding for the project is provided by the United Kingdom Department of International Development (DFID). ...

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Chief Justice: Leave judges to discharge their duties

The Chief Justice, Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood on Wednesday appealed to families, friends, community leaders to leave judges alone to discharge their duties in accordance with their Oath of Office. She said the judge’s professional success or otherwise would depend largely on the support of these people as they embark on their career paths. Mrs Wood was speaking at a ...

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Take a cue from Jonathan and sit up – Political scientist to Mahama

A Senior Political Science lecturer at the University Of Ghana Dr. Evans Aggrey-Darko has advised President John Mahama to learn from the defeat of Goodluck Jonathan and address the many concerns of Ghanaians or risk losing the 2016 elections. Related Stories Nigeria for the first time in its history changed an incumbent President through elections in a fiercely contested race. ...

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