Ghanaian Chronicle

Public sector workers on strike

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By Bernice Bessey Public sector workers in the country have begun a nationwide strike against the government over her refusal to involve them in the second Tier Occupation Pension Scheme. The workers, who come under the umbrella of Forum for Sector Registered Pension Schemes, are Health Service Workers’ Union, Ghana Education Service, the Judicial Service […]

Rot in cross border trade…Hon. Hannah Tetteh’s unfinished business

Chris Lartey (Back from the Sahel) The advancement of technology and state intelligence notwithstanding, cross border trade in unprocessed agro produce today, between Ghana and its francophone partners, is riddled with rot. The controversy essentially stems from the cumulative activities of fringe buyer groups, who are in the tomato and onion trade as informal sector […]

must redeem sinking image – Tsegah

From Richard Owusu-Akyaw, Kumasi THE ACTING Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Mr. Charles Y. Aheto-Tsegah has urged teacher trainees to work towards redeeming the sinking image of the Ghanaian teacher. Mr. Aheto-Tsegah, in an address read on his behalf pointed to teacher absenteeism, lateness, irregularity, apathy and lack of commitment, as some of […]

Catholic Church accuses Metro directors of sabotage

From Ernest Best Anane, Kumasi EMERITUS ARCHBISHOP of the Catholic Church in Kumasi, Most Rev. Peter Kwasi Sarpong has accused both the Regional and the Kumasi Metropolitan Directors of Education of setting an agenda to collapse Catholic Schools in the region. He described the attempt as unacceptable behavior by the two education directors reported to […]

YOU CAN’T SETTLE! … Judge orders Jumah to open defence

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From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi A MOVE by the former Member of Parliament for Asokwa, Hon. Maxwell Kofi Jumah, to have his case of unlawfully causing harm to  Jamal Agger, amicably settled out of court was yesterday rejected by the Presiding Judge, His Honour, Justice William Boampong. The Counsel for the former MP, who is standing […]

Apaasu chief takes compensation for ‘ghost’ town’

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By Maame Agyeiwaa Agyei ([email protected]) The Sole Commissioner of the , Justice Yaw Appau yesterday advised a native of Apaasu, Nana Akwafo Akomah to commence a civil suit against one Nana Otieku Amoaning Asare, the Chief of Apaasu, in respect of the money paid for lands he did not own. He stated that if indeed […]

Akufo-Addo meets party leaders

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The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday, October 21, paid a courtesy call on the national officers of the Party to assure them of his fullest co-operation, ahead of the upcoming 2016 general election. The meeting, which was held at the Party Headquarters at the behest of […]

NPP TO ENDORSE BAWUMIAH TODAY …Dan Botwe likely to be campaign Manager

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By Emmanuel Akli Barring any last minute postponement, the Steering Committee of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) would be holding a post congress meeting today to deliberate on the way forward for the party. Sources within the party have hinted The Chronicle that among the key issues to be considered at the meeting is the […]

GIS Romeo sues Chronicle … Spear of the Nation to counter sue -“The publications portrayed him as a shameless opportunist, a criminal and a person whose libido makes him to suspend his reasoning faculties”

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By Stephen Odoi-Larbi The Chronicle newspaper, together with its publishing firm, General Portfolio Limited, has been dragged to an Accra High Court by Mr. Isaac Dzihlornu, an immigration officer, to explain why he has been subjected to alleged defamatory reportage, thereby rendering him a laughing stock among his peers and family members.

Kantakofri claimed underserved compensation -Kete leader

By Maame Agyeiwaa Agyei ([email protected]) An opinion leader representing concerned citizens of Kete Krachi, Alhaji Abu Sufiyanu Baba, yesterday revealed to the Judgment Debt Commission that, Kantakofri, the supposed town for which a compensation sum of GH¢983,116.97 was paid to the Krachiwura (overlord of Krachi) over claims that their lands were flooded, was not accurate. […]

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