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Intake 32 Association donates items to Ghana Military Academy

By Herbert BOAKYE YIADOM, Accra
Intake 32 Association has donated 50 chairs and canopies to the Ghana Military Academy (GMA), to be used on their 25th anniversary celebrations.

We will make use of research – Vice-Prez

From Michael Sarpong Mfum, Sunyani

The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, says government will make good use of researches done by universities and institutions in the country, especially in the area of agriculture.

Indiscipline and corruption, bane of Ghana’s progress – Methodist Bishop

By Stephen Asante
The Methodist Church Ghana (MCG) has pledged to give strong support to the government’s anti-corruption drive, to protect the public’s purse.

NDC's highest advisory body to meet over turmoil in party

The Council of Elders of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is set to hold a crunch meeting with the leadership following recent happenings within the party.

Don’t summon Amidu if you can’t invite Rawlings – Victor Smith to NDC

Former Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Victor Smith has said the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) must be even handed in trying to maintain discipline in the party.

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We can’t solve Ghana’s problems at a go – Freddie Blay

The acting National Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay, has appealed to Ghanaians to be patient with government as it works out concerns of institutions and Ghanaians at large.

Disregard claims Nduom won’t contest Election 2020 – PPP

The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has dispelled rumours that its founder, Papa Kwesi Nduom, will not contest the 2020 presidential elections.

Over 500 nurses employed by health sector

The leadership of the Coalition of Bonded Allied Health Professionals has confirmed that over 500 of their members have been notified of their employment.

According to them, the recruitment is a result of the protests they held at the Ministry of Health over their unemployment.

Illegal miners provoking Operation Vanguard Taskforce – Nitiwul

Minister of Defence, Dominic Nitiwul has revealed that the anti-illegal mining taskforce, ‘Operation Vanguard’, is facing a lot of provocation from illegal miners, making their work extremely difficult.

Galamsey linked to kidney failures

.65 cases reported in Tarkwa
Authorities of the Central Regional Hospital have disclosed they are recording increasing cases of kidney infection from persons linked to illegal mining.