Monthly Archives: December 2016

Schools not fully churning out what industries need – Mahama admits

President John Mahama has reiterated the need for tertiary institutions to double up their efforts to produce marketable people that meet the needs of industries. He observed that in tertiary institutions, especially at the universities, people are “concentrated on saturated courses” like the humanities, with less interest in technical courses. President Mahama was sharing his thought at a presidential debate ...

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Exeter City boss warns Ethan Ampadu against Chelsea move

Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has opened up the transfer news about Ghanaian-born Ethan Ampadu. The Sun reported that an agreement worth £2.5m was close with Chelsea but Tisdale refused to give any hints about the 16-year-old’s next destination. “He’s got to concentrate this year on his GCSEs – he’s a member of our first-team, and any business that Exeter ...

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Fuel prices down 1 – 4%

Barely a day to the end of the final pricing window for the month of November, prices of fuel across most oil marketing companies (OMCs) have dropped by between 1 and 4.23%, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers, Ghana has announced A press statement released by Duncan Amoah, Executive Secretary for the Chamber on Wednesday, 30 November said: “Most oil marketing ...

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Stonebwoy hopes next week’s election passes off peacefully – BBC

In a latest conversation with BBC Africa, Ghanaian dancehall singer Stonebwoy has expressed his hopes of a peaceful election come December 7. Through his reggae song Run Go, the BET laureate emphasised the need to guard the peace the country enjoys currently, stating that ultimately, there’s nowhere else to call home. He also recounted widely successful peace concert in his ...

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