Kennedy Agyapong to contest for NPP flagbearer position

Kennedy Agyapong, the Assin Central Member of Parliament, has indicated that he will run in the governing New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) presidential primaries ahead of the 2024 general elections. According to a 3news report, the maverick lawmaker revealed this while speaking during a session on his NET2 TV about his

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Nkoranza youth demand Justice for Albert Donkor who died in Police custody

In the Nkoranza South Municipality of the Bono East Region, the ‘Justice for Albert Donkor Movement’ is demanding justice for Albert Donkor, a 27-year-old businessman who died under strange circumstances. It was reported that Albert was arrested at his mother’s house in Kasadjan at 1:00 a.m. on April 25, 2022,

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Court remands man who murdered his Cape Coast Technical University, girlfriend, for rituals

A Cape Coast Circuit Court has remanded the boyfriend of a Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) student suspected of being killed for rituals. Nicholas Ato Bronk Taylor, the suspect, was arraigned on Monday, May 16, 2022, and remanded in police custody to appear in Cape Coast District Court B on

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Caterers will resume work while we engage them – School Feeding Program

The School Feeding program is optimistic that it’s making headway with caterers under the program and is positive they will soon resume after engaging them. Caterers under the program want an upward adjustment to their allocation from 93 pesewas per child to GHS 3.00 per child, as well as unpaid

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I will fight on till I get justice – sacked KATH staff

A former employee of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital has vowed to challenge the Kumasi High Court ruling on his dismissal from the facility. An accounts officer with KATH, Awuni Akyireba was sacked last year after he accused the facility’s Chief Executive Officer of misappropriating Covid-19 funds. He then challenged

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Release the full report if you’re hiding nothing – Ablakwa to MLNR over Bulgarian Embassy inquiry report

Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Ranking Member on the Foreign Affairs Committee of Parliament, maintains that there is no need to hide the real findings of the Sole Inquirer into the Bulgarian Embassy incident. “It is important we emphasize the little progress that has been made because there are so many

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Over 120,000 persons reimbursed for wrongful E-levy deductions – GRA

After the mishap that characterized the first two days of the implementation of the electronic transactions levy, over 120,000 people have so far been reimbursed for wrongful deductions. Isaac Kobina Amoako, Head of Project Management Unit at the Ghana Revenue Authority said “the data we had for those who had

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Low investment in education is responsible for falling educational standards in Ghana – Kofi Asare

Governments’ failure to heavily invest in the education sector according to the Executive director of Africa Education Watch Kofi Asare, is a contributing factor to Ghana’s falling education standards. He bemoaned how the lack of investment in the education sector has stifled various basic schools of the resources needed to

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Ghanaians have regretted listening to Akufo-Addo’s ‘sweet talk’ and voting me out – Mahama

Former President John Mahama has pointed out that Ghanaians are drawing their lessons after paying heed to the “sweet talk” of current President Akufo-Addo and voting him out in 2016. Explaining further on an Uganda-based NBS television during a recent visit there, he added that Ghanaians can now attest to

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