Government urges stakeholders in voters registration exercise to observe COVID-19 protocols

Government has called on all stakeholders in the ongoing voters registration exercise to observe the COVID-19 protocols. Speaking at Thursday’s press briefing

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What you didn’t know about Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang

Born on 22 November 1951 in Cape Coast, Ghana, She was a former Minister for Education in Ghana. She was

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MTN and Samsung Present 500 Phones to Government of Ghana to Support Contact Tracing Activities

MTN Ghana has partnered Samsung Ghana to present 500 Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Smartphones to support Government and the Ghana

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Bring Back Ghanaians Stranded Abroad – Ablakwa to Gov’t

The Government of Ghana has come under attack for the seeming neglect of Ghanaian nationals stranded abroad for various reasons

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Collapsed MFIs and S&L depositors claim reach GH¢5.06bn

The legitimate claims made to depositors of Savings & Loans and Micro Credit institutions whose funds were locked up due

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Time to rock your face mask Mr. President

So, after citizens began to question the essence of an advertising billboard promoting the wearing of face mask with a

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When the EC becomes a Tool for Executive Manipulation

When the devil wants to use people, he looks for someone who is willing to be used. He doesn’t go

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Covid-19: Misinformation, Lack of Transparency and Denial undermining the Fight

Ever since the start of the coronavirus crisis, government and its spokespersons have displayed a lack of transparency towards the

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The Implications of COVID-19 on the Ghanaian Economy

The novel coronavirus which has caused COVID-19, a disease the World Health Organization has declared as a pandemic that can

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Managing Coronavirus in Ghana – Use Bulk of Funds for Research-related activities – Pack Africa

We wish to commend Government of Ghana for the announcement made on Wednesday, 11th March 2020 to the effect of

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Parliament: How ‘Natures Call’ Hanged the Debate over the Tax Waiver for the Pullman Airport City Hotel

There was a stir in the atmosphere of Parliament in the afternoon of Tuesday, February 18, 2020 which led to

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