Monthly Archives: April 2016

NPP MP aspirant stops registration in C/R

New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary candidate for Cape Coast North Constituency, Barbara Asher Ayisi, has stormed the Kwaprow registration centre near the University of Cape Coast to stop the limited registration exercise, TV3 gathers. Her campaign team claims the center was not scheduled to be part of the first phase of the exercise which started on Thursday, April 28. Paa Kow ...

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Managing and growing human settlements in Ghana

The Ghana Green Awards and Expo, an initiative to acknowledge and celebrate individuals and institutions whose efforts promote environmental sustainability, has been launched in Accra. It is made up of a competitive category, which has 11 award areas, and a non-competitive category which is targeted at rewarding individuals and organisations who have played advocacy roles in promoting the green initiative. ...

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Social Media campaign to promote EC’s limited voter registration launched

Ghana Decides – A Blogging Ghana Election Project has launched its #iRegistered campaign. #iRegistered is an online and offline campaign to get eligible Ghanaians to register in the upcoming limited biometric voters’ registration exercise which begins on April 28 and ends on May 8 2016. Ghana Decides, a Blogging Ghana (BloGh) project supported by STAR Ghana, seeks to promotes youth and ...

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FPSO Mills mooring completed

Tullow Oil plc has said the mooring of Ghana’s second FPSO has been done. FPSO Prof. John Evans Atta Mills sailed from Singapore on 23 January and arrived in Ghanaian waters on 2 March. It will be used for production in the TEN fields. The TEN Project, according to Tullow’s recent operational update, is making “excellent progress and remains within ...

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AU Commission Chairperson receives highest national Order of Serbia

The President of the Republic of Serbia, H.E. TomislavNikolic, has bestowed the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, with the highest Order of the Republic of Serbia on strips. The Ambassador of Serbia to Ethiopia and the African Union, H.E. Dragan Mraovic, delivered the Award, decorated the Chairperson and read out a special message in his ...

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Kotoko receive brand new bus from Otumfuo

Life Patron of Asante Kotoko, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II will be presenting a brand new bus to the playing body of Asante Kotoko. This was as part of his promise to the team ahead of their Premier League game against Liberty Professionals. Otumfuo after a patchy run by the Club in the League promised the playing body a brand new ...

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Ghanaian wins “Best New Narrative Director” at Tribeca Film Festival in New York

Priscilla Anany, a Ghanaian Movie Director has won the Best New Narrative Director at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York with her first feature film “childreN of the mountaiN”. The movie which was filmed in Ghana and produced by I60 Productions featured top Ghanaian actors including Adjetey Anang, Grace Omaboe (Maame Dokunu), Akofa Edjeani, William Addo (Akpatse) and Agbeko ...

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Ashesi Library Committee launches Ashesi Reading Challenge

In a brief ceremony at the Todd and Ruth Warren Library, the Ashesi Library Committee launched the Ashesi Reading Challenge. The goal of the challenge is to encourage members of the community to develop the habit of reading. “The idea is to make you do something a little bit differently from what you normally do,” said Nina Chachu, Head Librarian. ...

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‘Wait on God for your needs’

Founder and Leader of New Life Kingdom Chapel International, Bishop Stephen Akwasi Appiah, has advised Christians to work hard to make a living for themselves and not depend on any government for their needs. “If you make up your mind to work hard, there will be no need complaining bitterly about the current state of the economy, hence using it ...

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US man jailed for spying in North Korea

North Korea has sentenced a US man to 10 years of hard labour for spying. Kim Dong-chul, a 62-year-old naturalised US citizen born in South Korea, was arrested last October. Kim had made an apparent confession in Pyongyang last month in front of reporters, saying he was paid by South Korean intelligence officers. The US has previously accused North Korea ...

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