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The nation cannot value the education of children and disrespect teachers, says Prez

Akufo-Addo assures teachers of better salaries. President Akufo-Addo, who won power on the back of putting teachers first at the forefront of his educational policy, said the nation cannot value the education of children and disrespect teachers. President Nana Akufo-Addo ...

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John Boadu: NPP will never trust EC

The New Patriotic Party will never trust the Electoral Commission, the General Secretary of the party, John Boadu, has said. He made the comments in Ho at the party’s Volta Regional Conference while alluding to the recent feud between the ...

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22-year-old woman who has never menstruated cries for help

A 22-year-old woman who has never experienced her menstrual cycle has appealed to the public to assist her to undergo a surgical incision at the cost of Ghc3,500 to correct her situation. Georgina Anim Aba currently stays with her parents ...

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China supports ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ with processing equipment

The government of the Peoples Republic of China through the Chinese Embassy in Ghana has donated some agro processing equipment worth $217,400 to the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA). The machines include thirteen sets of maize milling machines, two sets ...

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BANANA; A SOLUTION TO PRE – MATURE EJACULATION – DR. FIANKO

Dr. Vincent Fianko, CEO, Eat Right Natural Awareness Center-Adenta, has adviced Ghanaian men to eat more bananas as it has the potency of treating conditions like pre-mature ejaculation. He said banana is an organic fruit that possesses numerous nutritional benefits ...

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Zimbabwe: Cotton Farmers Appeal for Cash Payouts Rise

Cotton farmers have appealed to Government to increase cash payouts, arguing they were losing a significant part of their money from cotton sales when it is deposited into mobile accounts. This comes after Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe last week reduced ...

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Ghana: European Union-Funded Fisheries Governance Project Launched in Accra

The European Union (EU) Ambassador in Ghana, H.E. William Hanna, has called for stronger collaborative efforts among stakeholders in the fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. Mr Hanna, who was speaking at the launch of an EU-funded fisheries ...

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COCOBOD urges chiefs to release lands for cocoa farming

The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has observed that the success of its Youth-in-Cocoa Farming Programme will depend on the availability of land to young persons in cocoa-growing communities. As a result, it has called on traditional authorities and land owners ...

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Govt’s solutions to army worm ineffective — Peasant Farmers

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), wants government to as a matter of urgency collaborate with agric research institutions in the country to be able to develop effective pesticides that would combat the Fall Army Worm (FAW). The PFAG ...

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Cocoa farmers receive hybrid seedlings – To improve yields

A view of the Tree Global Nursery in  Koforidua in the Eastern Region. INSET: Mr Nicos Chronaios (left) holding one of the hybrid seedlings and demonstrating how it is planted A view of the Tree Global Nursery in Koforidua in ...

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