Ghanaian Chronicle

Replace the metal drain covers, AMA

A drain hole covered with a used tyre to alert pedestrians to the danger it poses, INSET: A drain hole with only pieces of the metal covering on it

Shop owners and traders at the Okaishie area of Central Accra are calling on the officials of Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to replace and maintain the metal coverings of the drains that have either been stolen or rusty.

Atwima Kwawonma on development drive

Tony Nyame, DCE for Atwima Kwanwoma (left), One of the new school blocks(middle), The Gari factory renovated into offices for the Assembly(right)

ATWIMA KWAWONMA is one of the last three districts in the Ashanti Region to get a District Chief Executive (DCE), after several months of delay in nominating someone to lead the area.

KMA set for 2nd phase Community Infrastructure Upgrading


THE SECOND Phase of infrastructure upgrading in the Kumasi Metropolis is taking place in Tafo and Ayigya, where access roads, drainage systems, and street lightening in these communities would see massive improvement.

Minister charges orphanages to operate within acceptable standards

The Minister of Women and Children’s Affairs, Mrs. Juliana Azumah-Mensah, has called on orphanages in the country to operate within acceptable levels that would ensure that the managers and personnel of the orphanages take good care of children under their care, to help promote effective training of such children.

Volta youth in galamsey business in Takoradi appeal to gov’t

A group of youth from the Volta Region, operating the galamsey business in the Western Region, have commended the government for its conscious efforts to create jobs for the teeming unemployed youth, and called on it to revisit the issue of galamsey operations, and take steps to ensure that the business, which is booming in the country, becomes an acceptable job for the youth.

Metro Mass Transit inaugurates two new buses for Ketu-South

The management of the Metro Mass Transit has presented two new buses to the Ketu-South District Assembly, as part of the government’s efforts to ensure the free movement of goods and services in the country.

DCEs meet over Benyiwa Doe

District Chief Executives (DCEs) in the Central Region have thrown their weight behind the Central Regional Minister, Mrs. Comfort Ama Benyiwa Doe, who is currently under pressure from some party officials in the region to leave office.

Cholera cases spreading fast with 34 deaths so far

A total of 1,396 cholera cases have been recorded in three Regions with 34 deaths giving an overall attack rate of 2.6 per cent over a period of five months.

Ghana to decide fate of Liberian refugees in Ghana by March

The Ghana Refugees Board, UNHCR and government officials will meet by the end of March, to decide on the fate of the more than Eleven thousand (11,000) Liberian refugees living in Ghana.

Who betrayed Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah?


Since Dr. Kwame Nkrumah´s official election as the greatest African of all time, and even more so this year [2007] because of the globally reported Golden Anniversary celebrations, many Ghanaians, whenever they encounter other Africans on the continent or in the Diaspora, feel increasingly under pressure to admit to guilt over the overthrow of Nkrumah, better known as Osagyefo.

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