Daily Archives: July 10, 2020

IN OUR HANDS, la campagne de communication sanitaire centrée sur la COVID-19 d’Alight, touche 100 millions de personnes dans le monde

L’organisation humanitaire internationale fournit aux communautés marginalisées et isolées des informations de première main sur la prévention du virus à travers des initiatives populaires MINNEAPOLIS, 10 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alight (anciennement l’American Refugee Committee) est fier d’annoncer que la campagne IN OUR HANDS (ENTRE NOS MAINS) a officiellement atteint 100 millions de personnes à travers le […]

Political parties advised against politicking in schools

  Accra The Ghana Education Service (GES) on Friday advised political party representatives observing the voter registration of students not to use the campuses for partisan politics. A statement signed by Mrs Cassandra Twum Ampofo, the Head of Public Relations, GES, and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Friday, directed schools to

Atiwa East DCE tours registration centres

Mr Kwabena Panin Nkansah, the Atiwa East District Chief Executive (DCE) has expressed concern about the absence of security personnel at most registration centres in the district. He made the remarks after visiting about 20 registration centres in the district to monitor how the exercise was going on. Mr Nkansah promised to take up the

Parliament to debate proposal for enactment of Private Members’ Bill

  Accra Parliament will on Thursday, July 16, kick-start discussions on whether the House should allow members to privately sponsor bills to the House. “Rt. Hon Speaker, a Motion is expected to be moved on Thursday, 16th July, 2020 for the adoption of a Proposal for the Enactment of Private Members’ Bill,” Majority Leader and

Over 400 applicants challenged in first phase of registration in C/R

Cape Coast A total of 401 out of the 202,206 registrants in the Central Region have had their registration challenged during the first phase of the ongoing new voter registration exercise in the region. Mr Alex Sakyi Manu, the Deputy Regional Director of the Electoral Commission (EC) in an interview with the Ghana News Agency