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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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E.P. Church honours Bawumia for his religious tolerance

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana has honoured Vice President Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for his tolerance towards other religions. The citation read on behalf of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, by the Hohoe District Pastor, Rev. E. K. Torbani reads: “Though a Muslim, you have agreed to worship with us …

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2019 Budget: Ghanaians must expect hell – Minority

The Minority in Parliament has predicted that Ghanaians will experience hell in 2019. According to the NDC MPs, government is expected to compound the current hardships being experienced with more taxes, borrowing and bad policies in the 2019 budget to be presented to Parliament on Thursday. Speaking at a pre-budget …

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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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Passport office closed down

The passport office at Ridge in Accra has been closed down to the public due to an electrical fault. Officials say the development has affected the main printers used to print the passports. The passport office is likely to open to the public on Friday, the Deputy Minister for Foreign …

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