My integrity threatens some people – Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings says the recent wave of allegations against him in a section of the media is part of determined efforts by some people who are threatened by his integrity. He said he has held onto his integrity for long, and it is too late for him …

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Ghana and Ecuador to cooperate on Forestry Development

The Governments of Ghana and Ecuador have signed an agreement expressing interest to cooperate on environmental protection, with focus on forestry development. A statement from United Nations Development Programme ((UNDP) said the signing took place in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, during a South-South Knowledge Exchange which was facilitated by …

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Naked Demonstration hits MENZGOLD

Menzgold Customers in Ashanti Regional Capital Kumasi have threatened to stage a massive demonstration following management’s failure to pay them their capital and accrued interest. Management of Menzgold issued a payment plan to pay their customers dividends after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ordered the closure of Menzgold offices. …

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Accra Mall to resume full operations on Saturday – Management

The management of the Accra Mall is optimistic that the retail centre will resume full operations by Saturday, October 13, 2018 following the ceiling collapse that injured three shoppers on Thursday. It also affirmed its commitment to ensuring the safety of its customers in a statement released on Thursday. “Mall Management says …

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Stealing of litter bins in Accra reaches alarming levels

The rate at which public litter bins placed at vantage points in the capital are being stolen is thwarting efforts by public-spirited individuals, civil society groups and city authorities to make Accra clean. Out of 40 public litter bins placed at vantage points by the OneGhana Movement, a thought leadership …

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2 Delta Force members remanded over Tafo Pankrono confusion

The two Delta Force members who were arrested in connection with disturbances at the Tafo-Pankrono Constituency have been remanded by a Kumasi Circuit Court to re-appear on October, 24 2018. The two NPP polling station executives, 49 year old,Paul Attah Onyinah and 51-year old Richard Yaw Brefo, have been charged …

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