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Medical vans weren’t abandoned by NDC govt – Segbefia

A FORMER Minister of Health, Alex Segbefia has rejected claims by the current minister that some eight new medical outreach vans were left to rot under his watch.

Accident kills two on Berekum-Sunyani road

From Michael Sarpong Mfum, Berekum

Two persons lost their lives when a Sprinter Benz, with registration number BA 1457-12, was involved in an accident last Saturday.

GHS to recruit doctors, dentists via quota system

THE Ghana Health Service (GHS) has announced that it will adopt a quota system in employing medical doctors and dentists in the country.

Indian businessman tried entering Ghana ‘illegally’ – Immigration

THE Ghana Immigration Service has accused embattled Indian businessman Ashok Kumar Sivaram of attempting to enter Ghana illegally after he was deported from the country.

Use incentives to encourage family planning – Population Council to govt

THE Executive Director of the National Population Council, Leticia Adelaide Appiah, is advocating for the government to use incentives to encourage Ghanaians to use family planning methods as a way of controlling the country’s fast-growing population.

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Nana Addo arrives in Malabo

From Daniel NONOR, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

THE President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, arrived in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, yesterday to begin a three-day state visit of that country.

BoG to audit UT, Capital banks’ operations

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) is to commission a team of auditors to go into the operations of UT and Capital banks as it investigates the circumstances that led to the collapse of the two local banks.

Reduce operational losses – Kojo Mattah to RCBs

Rural and Community Banks (RCBs) have been urged to take deliberate steps to create the right environment to minimise operational losses.

Nii Arde Nkpa Family donates to Kokrobite Police

The family of the Nii Arde Nkpa Stool of Plerno and Kokrobite has gone to the aid of the Kokrobite Police with some building materials and a cash amount of GH₵10,000.
The building materials include 30 bags of cement, iron rods and 700 pieces of blocks.

‘Sustainable Corporate Growth’ book launched

By Herbert BOAKYE YIADOM
Senior lecturer at Knustford University College, Francis Kwadade-Cudjoe has launched a book, titled Sustainable Corporate Growth, which seeks to address challenges that cause most Ghanaian businesses to fail at the start-up phase.