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KNUST riots: Students will be held culpable – NAPO By Kobina Welsing – November 13, 2018

Education Minister, Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has told the Students Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to brace itself to face the consequences of their actions. According to the Education Minister, any student found culpable in the destruction of university property will be held responsible …

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NSS to prosecute graduates who avoid national service

The National Service Secretariat will soon be conducting unannounced visits to workplaces to flush out Ghanaians who are working without completing their one year mandatory national service. The exercise will pave way for the prosecution of workers who have not undertaken the mandatory national service as well as their employers …

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Dormaa school collapse kills one, injures many others

A 17-year-old girl has died after a school building collapsed during a heavy downpour at Dormaa Wassa in the Western Region. The deceased, Susanna Bokgro, a final year student of Wassa Dormaa Junior High School (JHS) died on the spot when strong winds pulled down a dilapidated school building which …

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Kick out retired staff now – GNAT to GES

The Ghana National Association of Teachers, GNAT, has endorsed the directive from the Ghana Education Service to all staff due for retirement to leave their posts. GNAT however wants the Ghana Education Service to kick out all such persons beyond issuing the directive. The  GES last week ordered all its Regional, Metropolitan …

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University College of Dermatology takes-off in Ghana

The Rabito Clinic, Ghana, in collaboration with the Regional Dermatology Training Centre, Tanzania, has embarked on vigorous feasibility studies for the setting up of the University College of Dermatology in Ghana. Professor Edmund Nminyem Delle, President of Rabito Clinics, explained that the dermatology university would focus on both graduate and …

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