No Ghanaian should support the Electoral Commission’s decision – Kofi Adams

Mr Kofi Adams, MP for the Buem constituency insists is the decision by the Electoral Commission to use the Ghana Card as the sole source document for Voter Registration is uncalled for. He indicated the lack of basis for that decision hence the difficulty in justifying it. Explaining his stance

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Not even a single pink sheet but you call judges Unanimous FC? – Gary Nimako questions John Mahama

Concerns have been raised by lawyer Gary Nimako Marfo about former President Mahama’s recent criticism of judges. To him inasmuch as the judges cannot be seen as sacrosanct, “we should be very circumspect of our commentary about the judiciary as it is the last line of defence of our democracy

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GWCL to temporarily shut down supply to Tamale metropolis

The rippling effect of the Bagre Dam spillage could cause the Ghana Water Company Limited in Tamale to pause working for a while. Management explained that this move is meant to safeguard its equipment and installations. The company further indicated that this aligns with the standard operating procedure as the dam

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Ashanti Region’s Fire Service to use KNUST engineers in fight against deaths from fire

The Ashanti Regional Fire Command is scheduled to take education on fires in the region a notch higher in a bid to aid residents in the region know how to tackle fire incidents when they are confronted with such situations before the Fire Service moves in to perform their duty.

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We will improve – RTI commission pledges as it marks RTI week

Deputy Chairperson of the Right to Information Commission, Madam Elizabeth Asare has stated that there is more room for improvement in the discharge of their duties as an organization. Recounting how their sensitization drive to the public has been so far, she revealed that the RTI commission is done with

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WAEC is now irrelevant – Ghana National Council for Private Schools

The demand for the West Africa Examinations Council to be collapsed has once again been reiterated by the Ghana National Council for Private Schools (GNACOPS). The association believes that the examination body is no longer relevant in promoting better education for Ghana as a country. WAEC’s struggle in handling examination

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