Make an impartial probe into the Appiatse explosion – Minority in Parliament

As Ghanaians continue to commiserate with victims of the Apiate explosion in the Western Region, the Minority group could not hold back their concerns as a Ranking Member of the Mines and Energy Committee John Jinapor has called for an impartial probe into the explosion which claimed lives and left

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Provide counselling for schools affected by the Bogoso explosion – GNAT appeals to GES

Following the tragic explosion in Appiatse near Bogoso in the Western Region, the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has urged the Ghana Education Service (GES) to identify schools in the surrounding areas and provide counselling help. In a statement released on Friday, January 21, 2022, GNAT contended the “Provision

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Ada Traditional Council warns Radio Ada against inflaming tension in the community

The Ada Traditional Council (ATC), which is led by Paramount Chief Nene Agudey Obichire III, has warned Radio Ada not to publish anything that will inflame tensions in the Ada community. To avoid causing misunderstanding in the community, the Chiefs urged the station’s management to take another look at some

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Health Ministry to clamp down on producers of fake medicines

In order to rid the market of fake medications, the Health Ministry has now liaised with the police to identify, apprehend and prosecute people who are engaged in such are acts.  Ghana was unfortunately ranked as the 6th largest producer of fake drugs in the world by the European Union

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Adongo mocks Ken Ofori-Atta and co for embarking on E-levy sensitization exercise

The Minority group in Parliament appears not to be impressed by the government’s intention to engage the public on the importance of the introduction of the E-levy and considers it as just a reactionary tactic to impress investors. Though there has been stiff opposition to the passage of the levy,

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