Need for World Free of Nuclear Weapons More Urgent than Ever, Top United Nations Disarmament Official Tells Delegates Negotiating Legally Binding Instrument

Need for Progress Clear, She Stresses as Conference President Recalls ‘Robust and Constructive’ First Session in March

The pursuit of a world free of nuclear weapons was becoming more urgent than ever before, particularly in …

Obligations of States Parties Should Include Destroying Existing Nuclear Arsenals, Speakers Say, as Talks on Legally Binding Instrument Continue

Speakers voiced support for the requirement that all States parties destroy their existing nuclear arsenals, as the Conference convening to codify a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons and lead towards their total elimination …

VC appeals to Ghanaians to patronise locally made products

Sunyani (B/A), Professor Kwadwo Appiah-Adinkra, the Vice Chancellor of the Sunyani Technical University, has appealed to Ghanaians to develop the taste for and patronise made in Ghana products to help build the local economy.

He …

Kadjebi is no go area for galamseyers – DCE

Kadjebi (V/R), Mr Maxwell Kofi Asiedu, the District Chief Executive of Kadjebi, has declared the District a ‘no go area’ for illegal miners (galamseyers).

He noted that some illegal miners had started relocating to the …

CLOSAG unhappy with delay in payment of market premium

Takoradi, The Western Regional Executive Council of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOSAG) has expressed disappointment at the undue delay of the payment of their interim market premium.

Mr Kwame Tawiah, the …