Month: February 2021

Business

Pass legislation to force private commercial drivers train at STC- Sam George to Gov’t

Ningo Prampram lawmaker, Sam Nartey George, wants the Ministry of Transport to through Parliament pass legislation to force drivers of…

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Local News

JHS student, friends brutally beat teacher over homework at Nungua

A final year Junior High School pupil and his fifteen friends have attacked his teacher after punishing him over his…

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Business

KIA staff halts partial strike

Workers at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) have halted their strike following an order from the local union of the public…

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Local News

16 feared dead in Accra-Kumasi highway accident

16 passengers onboard a VIP commercial vehicle are feared dead following an accident that occurred at the Bunso Junction near…

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Business

COPEC predicts 4% increase in fuel prices

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) is projecting a further rise in petroleum prices. According to COPEC, fuel at the…

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Politics

Minority MPs to reject Gender, Information, Transport and Health Ministers-designate appointments

National Democratic Congress’ members on the Appointments Committee have threatened to resoundingly vote against the approval of the Information, Gender,…

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Entertainment

Photographer legend Bob Pixel passes on

Ghanaian legendary photographer, Bob Pixel has died. The celebrated photographer, who was christened, Emmanuel Bobbie, reportedly died on Thursday, 25…

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Business

KIA workers strike, demand MD’s removal

The general staff of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) will from Friday, 26 February 2021, withdraw their services from 6…

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Entertainment

I will apply our laws against LGBT+ – Awal

Tourism Minister-designate, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal says he will apply the laws of Ghana against LGBT+ activities in the country.…

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Local News

Homosexuality dehumanizing – Haruna Iddrisu slams LGBT+ Ghana

Minority leader Haruna Iddrisu has condemned LGBT + activities in Ghana, describing it as immoral and dehumanizing. The Tamale South…

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