Daily Archives: May 8, 2020

Gomoa East independent parliamentary candidate donates PPE to Nyanyano Traditional Council

Gomoa Nyanyano (C/R) Nana Agyemang, a businessman contesting the Gomoa East Parliamentary Seat as an independent candidate, has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Gomoa Nyanyano Traditional Council to help stem the spread of the COVID-19. The items included Veronica buckets and hand sanitizers. At a short presentation ceremony at the Palace of Nana Obeng

COVID-19: CPP calls for dialogue on Election 2020

Accra Nana Akosua Frimpomaa-Sarpong, the Election 2012 Vice Presidential Candidate of the Convention Peoples Party (CPP), on Friday called for broader stakeholder engagement to chart the way forward on Election 2020 amidst COVID-19 uncertainties. She said civil society activists, democratic institutions, political think tanks, religious and traditional leaders as well as political parties needed to

Gov’t responds to Minority claims on COVID-19 response plan

Accra The government has defended its COVID-19 response, saying, it has shown strong leadership, has been effective and transparent in its management of the pandemic. Deputy Minister for Information, Pius Enam Hadzide, said they had been swift and decisive with broader stakeholder consultations in the battle to defeat the flu-like coronavirus. He rejected the claim

Invest in Northern talents – Actress

Ms Munira Alidu, a young Actress, known in showbiz circles as Empress Ali, has appealed to the movie Producers to shift their attention to young talents in Northern Ghana and invest in them to boost the movie industry. She observed that even though the Northern, Savannah, North East, Upper East, and Upper West Regions were

Educating the girl child is equally beneficial – Parents told

Wechiau, (U/W) Ms Belinda Vuur, President of the Lassia-Tuolu Junior High School (JHS) Girls Club has pointed out to parents that investing in the education of the female child was equally beneficial to them as educating the male child. She lamented how most parents support the education of the male child but neglect the female