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National Cathedral much more than a church – David Adjaye

Education Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, on Wednesday, opened the first ever Zonal Skills Competition to be held in Ghana. The competition is expected to inspire world-class excellence in skills development and to introduce the youth to a variety of skilled careers. The 2018 Zonal and National Skills Competitions being …

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Ronaldo red card slammed by Emre Can: We’re not women!

Emre Can reacted with stunned amazement after seeing a replay of Cristiano Ronaldo’s red card against Valencia and risked a huge backlash in the process. Juventus’ opening Champions League match of the season was locked scoreless midway through the first half when the five-time Ballon d’Or winner clashed with Jeison Murillo …

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Katanga alumni petition Akufo Addo over hall conversion

Alumni of the Katanga Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), wants President Akufo Addo to order authorities of the university to rescind their decision to convert the two male halls of the University into mixed halls. The Alumni say a presidential intervention will help end …

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E/R: Minister storms out of award ceremony over poor organisation

The Eastern Regional Minister, Eric Kwakye Darffuor Wednesday refused to read his speech at the opening ceremony of the maiden Eastern Star Awards/Paramountcy Trade Expo citing poor organization. The angry Minister after blasting the organisers went to sit in his chair without reading his speech. “I am not seeing the …

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26-year-old Kenyan busted with $90,000 worth of drugs at KIA

A Kenyan woman has been arrested by the Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) for allegedly trafficking into the country, a substance suspected to be narcotics drugs worth $90,000. Ivy Mugure Daniel, 26, was apprehended at the Kotoka International Airport on January 9, 2018 while undergoing arrival formalities. A press release issued …

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87% of Ghanaians never contacted leaders to demand accountability

As high as 87 per cent of Ghanaians are said to have never contacted their formal or informal leaders to demand accountability, according to statistics from the Afrobarometer round seven survey. The report explained that most Ghanaians do not engage their local leaders to discuss problems in their locality and …

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