Let’s stop stigmatizing and discriminating against ex-convicts—Prison Service

Cape Coast,– The Ghana Prisons Service (GPS) has appealed to Ghanaians to desist from stigmatizing and discriminating against ex-convicts. Instead, there was the need to show the ex-convicts love to ease the barriers of societal integration, improve the mental and psychological health status of ex-convicts through counselling and psychosocial therapy. Additionally, society must help to […]

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Constant retrospection needed in securing the future for generations—Otumfuo

Manhyia (A/R),– Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has called for unceasing reflection towards safeguarding the nation’s democratic credentials. He said recent events in Parliament should nudge stakeholders, especially the political leadership, to act on deepening democratic sanity. Otumfuo Osei Tutu made the call when he opened the maiden Media Capacity Enhancement Programme (MCEP) at […]

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G2 Foundation screens Gyinase residents on various health conditions

Gyinyase (Ash), Jan. 10, – The G2 Foundation, a charity organisation, has screened residents, particularly the vulnerable, at the Gyinase Community and its environs in the Ashanti Region on various health conditions. More than 180 people, comprising the aged, widows, persons with disability, orphans, head porters, and hawkers benefited from the screening, which was supported […]

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Global Evangelical Church inducts Synod Committee Executives

The Global Evangelical Church has inducted its new Synod Committee Executives into office after successful elections in 2021 to take the mantle of leadership of the church for the next six years. The committee members are Rt. Reverend Prosper Samuel Dzomeku, Moderator, Reverend Dr Yohanes Kwasi Ahiabu, Synod Clerk, Presbyter Eyram Kwame Atsu, Male Presbyter […]

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Yamfo College of Health appeals for support

Yamfo (A/R),- Dr Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim, the Director, College of Health, Yamfo (CoHY), has appealed to the Government, corporate bodies, philanthropists and the public to support the institution to address its infrastructure challenges. He said the College’s accommodation and lecture halls were inadequate, affecting students’ stay on campus and hindering effective teaching and learning. Dr […]

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Court to start trial of Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture

Accra,– An Adentan Circuit Court will on January 18, 2022, conclude Case Management Conference and commence trial of Mark Okraku-Mantey, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, for allegedly forcibly entering the land of one, Alhaji Tony Baba. Okraku Mantey is also facing a charge of prohibition of activities of land guard’s contrary to […]

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Protect your lives, gov’t can use ‘foul means’ to reduce your numbers — NDC MPs warned

The 137 Members of Parliament of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have been warned to take their personal security serious. Godwin Ako Gunn who is the Deputy National Communications Officer of the NDC, cautions the NDC MPs that the Akufo Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government can do anything to reduce their number in […]

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Dormaa Paramount Chief institutes GHC100,000 award scheme to improve sanitation

Asunsu Number Two (B/R),- Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the Paramount Chief of Dormaa Traditional Area, has instituted a GHC100,000 award scheme to help improve environmental sanitation in the Area. Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II, also the President of the Bono Regional House of Chiefs, said a committee would be set up soon to plan the […]

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