Ghanaian Chronicle

Adwafo Youth Want Chief, Queen Installed

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From Ernest Best Anane, Kumasi THE YOUTH of Krom Adwafo in the Bosomtwe district of Ashanti region, are agitating for the installation of a new chief and queen to enhance development. They claim the absence of a chief since 2001 has resulted in the wanton sale of stool lands without the consent of the Ekuona […]

Headmaster Charges Parents To Partner School Authorities …To Deliver Quality Education

Alhaji A. B. Abubakar - Headmaster -T. I. Amass

From Ernest Best Anane, Kumasi ALHAJI A.B. Abubakarh, Headmaster of T. I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School (Real AMASS), in Kumasi, has expressed the need for parents and stakeholders to partner School administrators to complement efforts by the government to deliver quality education and ensure better future for the school children.

New Staff Complex, Bus For KASS …As It Marks 40th Anniversary, Speech And Prize Giving Day

KASS bus

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School (KASS) in Kumasi has received a massive boost, following the acquisition of a brand new KIA Bus and the commissioning of a new Staff Common Complex to aid teaching and learning.

Ghana Cleft Foundation Saves 1,000 Patients

Dr. Gyikua Plange Rhule, Vice President of Ghana Cleft Foundation

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi MORE THAN 1,000 children born with cleft deformities have been successfully operated and saved from the disease in the last ten years through the intervention of the Ghana Cleft Foundation. The beneficiary patients, who spread across the length and breadth of the country, underwent successful surgery free of charge, as part […]

Gh¢15,000 Medical Equipment For Wamase Community Clinic

Dr. Charles Dwamena, presenting the items to the Chief of Wamase

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi THE CHIEF and elders of Wamase, a suburb of Kumasi, have taken delivery of assorted medical items valued at over GHc15,000, presented to them by Dr. Charles Dwamena, the Chief Executive Officer of TAED Foundation, a Kumasi-based non-governmental organization. The items included Out-Patient Department chairs, folder records and other critical equipment, […]

Manso-Dome-Beposo Anglican Primary Is 62

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi THE MANSO-DOME-BEPOSO Anglican Primary school has marked its 62 anniversary of its establishments with a Speech and Prize Giving day. The Amansie West District Director of Education, Mr. Samuel Kena, commended the school for improving the lives of the people and urged parents to invest in their children’s education instead of using […]

Gov’t War On Galamsey Is Far From Over –Minister

Ashanti Obuasi file pic

The outgoing  Ashanti Regional Minister, Mr. Eric Opoku has stated that the government will continue to support the police and the military to flush-out activities of illegal mining in the country. 

Obuasi Assembly Commences Four New Projects


Stories from Albert Nana Asante, Obuasi THE OUT GOING Ashanti Regional Minister has cut sod for the construction of four major projects in the Obuasi municipality. The projects include a GH¢ 680, 000 Divisional Police Head Quarters and a GH¢ 219,000 circuit court, with the Obuasi Municipal Security Fund and Urban Development Grant (UDG 2) […]

Nana Kofi Adjei Champions Development Of Kwanwoma

Nana Kofi Adjei IV, Kwanwomahene,,

From Richie Freiku, Kumasi THE CHIEF of Kwanwoma in the Atwima Kwanwoma District Assembly of Ashanti, Nana Kofi Adjei IV, has embarked on a vigorous development of the community. In spite of the belief that development is the sole responsibility of the Central government, the Kwanwomahene seeks to tell a different story with his intervention. He has […]

AFB Donates To Manhyia Divisional CID

Mr. Abbey in a handshake with Chief Supt. Deborah Addison- Campbell at the,,,g

From Richard Owusu-Akyaw, Kumasi THE AFRICAN Finance Business (afb) Ghana Limited has presented 15 office chairs to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Manhyia Divisional Command of the Ghana Police Service to facilitate the execution of their lawful duties.

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