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Regional Files Tetrete-Okuamoah-Sekyim-II, Wassa Amenfi omanhene

War Drums Beat At Asankragwa …Over Planned Installation Of Chief »

By John Bediako, War drums are beating at Asankragwa in the Wassa-Amenfi District of the Western Region, following attempts by the Agona Clan of the traditional area to install a…

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Mr. Nequette helps Nana Adjei to commission the project

GH¢80,000 Kwanwoma Water Project Commissioned »

From Richard Owusu-Akyaw. A 1,500 gallon-capacity water reservoir constructed by a multi-national Nigerian oil company, Sahara Group of Companies (SGC), has been commissioned for the benefit of the people of…

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Opinions

Maternal Mortality Rates Worsening In Conflict Communities »

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By Comfort Sena Fetrie. Maternal Mortality rates is on the ascendency in the Northern Region with worse incidences in the…

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Is This Really The Time For NHIS To Go Biometric? »

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By Alfred Amoah ([email protected]) The issue of biometric data has become very topical in this modern world we live in…

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Sex, Money And Power – The Curse Of The Ghanaian Politician »

By Fadi Dabbousi. It is an established fact that Politics is a dirty game and dirtier are the traits associated…

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Money For Sanitary Pads? »

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By I. K. Gyasi. Far be it from me to trivialise attempts by any government of Ghana to institute measures…

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Features

2 years after Prof. Mills visited his ancestors… Ekumfi Can’t Identify Mahama’s Promised Projects »

The family house of the late President John Evans Mills

Ebo Quansah in Accra Two years ago, just after noon on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, news filtered through that then President John Evans Atta Mills had died. Various accounts of the circumstances leading to the death of then Number One Citizen of the land did…

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Sanitary Towels For Girls; Socialism Gone Mad »

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Philip Kobina Baidoo Jnr , London [email protected] About ten years ago I had heated debate with a casual friend on the economic prospects of our dear nation. His pessimism was frightening. He concluded without any equivocation that Ghana will forever remain poor. I must say,…

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Welcome On Board, Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah!!!!!!!! »

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Emmanuel Agyepong , CPP Cadet  – KNUST. Our society has failed in its effort to pay glowing tributes to its best performers while they are at the peak of their carriers. The pride of Africa, Kormla Dumor, one of the finest journalist our African continent…

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Religion

Stubbornness »

“Even after Jesus had done all these miraculous signs in their presence, they still would not believe in Him.” – John 12:37 (NIV) INTRODUCTION It…

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P r i d e »

“What causes fights and quarrels among you? Don’t they come from your desires that battle within you? You want something but don’t get it. You…

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Sports Michael Essien

Essien In Milan’s Pre-Season Squad

GHANA STAR midfielder Michael Essien could stay put with Serie A giants AC Milan despite reports linking him with a move away from the Estadio San Siro.…

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Night Clubs Lack Security Policies? …Allow Minors To Have Access

By Chris Twum ([email protected]). Even though night clubs serve as a point of entertainment, they have also become places where security is lacking. Some musicians use the night clubs as a means of deploring their sound…

Jul 24 2014 / Read More »
Business News Wampah

Cocoa, Loans Not Panacea To Cedi -PwC

By Masahudu Ankiilu Kunateh, Email: [email protected] PRICEWATERHOUSE-COOPERS (PwC), a leading multinational professional services network, says inflows from cocoa syndicated and Eurobond loans, estimated at US$3billion, would do little to ease the pressure on the cedi (Ghana…

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Editorial

Let’s Take That Dutch Threat Seriously

When participants gathered last week at the Business Graphic /Fidelity Bank Breakfast Meeting, little did they know that they would, providentially, hear of the “external threat” to the Ghana poultry industry.…

Jul 24 2014 / Read More »
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