Good Governance Not A Luxuxry•Freddie Blay

Posted by Contributor on 2:38 pm at 2:38 pm

The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Freddie Blay, has observed that failure to strengthen democratic structures will erode the confidence the people have in the system.
He said the nation faces a real challenge in demonstrating its resolve to successfully organize not only general elections, but also manage the national economy to the benefit of the [...]

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NPP No Shaking

Posted by Contributor on 2:37 pm at 2:37 pm

THE NEW Patriotic Party (NPP) has expressed optimism that the rancor emanating from its parliamentary primaries would have no adverse effect on the party’s fortunes during the December polls.
Two of the party’s leading members, Professor Aaron Mike Oquaye and Dr. Kofi Konadu Apraku, have both given resounding assurances that the party would wage an unprecedented [...]

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TWINS KILLED •For Hummer Car

Posted by Contributor on 2:36 pm at 2:36 pm

DAILY GUIDE’s investigations have revealed that nine-year-old twins, Benjamin and Joseph, who were abducted and subsequently murdered at Tsito in the Volta Region, were killed for a Hummer car.
It was gathered that one of the suspects, John Annan Adecku was heard boasting in town that he was going to buy a Hummer car but could [...]

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Why not abolish the death penalty?

Posted by Contributor on 2:35 pm at 2:35 pm

The President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), Nii Osah Mills, has called for the removal of the death penalty from the country’s statute books describing it as a cruel form of punishment that does not serve any good purpose.
He said there was no need to keep that law since it was not being applied, [...]

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SOS builds third Village in Kumasi

Posted by Samuel Ampah on 2:33 pm at 2:33 pm

The SOS Children’s Villages, Ghana, an international non-governmental organisation (NGO), on Friday laid the foundation stone for commencement of work on a third village in Kumasi, at the cost of three million dollars.
The Village that would consist of 12 family houses, kindergarten, primary school, junior high school and social and health centres.
Mr Kojo Mattah, National [...]

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Kotoka Airport Runs Out Of Fuel

Posted by Samuel Ampah on 2:32 pm at 2:32 pm
Kotoka airport
Kotoka airport

.Airlines flying into Kotoka international airport are being told to fill their planes up elsewhere, after the Aviation industry reported a ran out of aviation fuel.

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Timber companies bid for harvesting rights

Posted by Samuel Ampah on 2:24 pm at 2:24 pm

Government on Friday conducted bidding session for the first batch of applicants for Off-Reserve Timber Utilization Contract (TUC) areas.
Out of 149 applicants, 107 timber companies who revised their bids for the second time and were accepted won the lots.
These companies would be given letters of grant by the Forestry Commission after which they would [...]

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Falconets reign supreme over Princesses

Posted by Samuel Ampah on 2:23 pm at 2:23 pm

An improved second half performance aided Nigeria’s U-20 football team, Falconets to come from two goals down to beat their Ghanaian counterparts 3-2 on Friday in the first leg of the final round of the FIFA U-20 World Cup qualifiers.
The result saw Nigeria proving their superiority once again over [...]

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