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ASANTE KOTOKO ARRIVE HOME SAFELY IN GHANA, AFTER CAF CONFEDERATION CUP EXIT

Kumasi Asante Kotoko, have arrived home in Ghana safely, after their CAF Confederation Cup exit. Having lost their final group game against Zesco United on Sunday. The porcupine warriors needed a win to qualify to the quarter-finals stage of the ...

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CELEBRATION OF WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY.

A resident dentist at Atua Government Hospital, Madam Heartwill Amartey has educated the public on the importance of oral hygiene, as the world marks World Oral Health Day. She said, that the world was celebrating oral hygiene as a means ...

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Somanya Police Commander Caution Public On The Dissemination Of False Information

The Assistant Superintendent of Police, (ASP) Isaac Otsin has cautioned the general public to desist from peddling false information, as it can attract imprisonment. The call became necessary when according to ASP Otsin, they had information regarding a supposed ritual ...

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MECHANISATION IS VERY IMPORTANT IN AGRICULTURE- PROFESSOR EMMANUEL BOBOBEE.

A Professor in the Agriculture Engineering Department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Professor Emmanuel Bobobee has said that, mechanization is very important in agriculture. He further stated that, they are trying to make agriculture very ...

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About 74,000 Farmers Share 21 Extension Officers in Lower Manya

Farmers situated in the Lower Manya Municipality have challenges like farmers in any other township. Challenges that have to do with high cost of production, availability of improved seeds, fertilizers and disease and pest outbreaks. These challenges can be effectively ...

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BREAKING NEWS ; GORY ACCIDENT AT AGAVENYA ROUNDABOUT LEAVES DRIVER DUMBFOUNDED

There has been an accident at the Agavenya roundabout in Somanya. The accident which happened in the early hours of today between a Hyundai public transport bus and a Krobo Girls Teacher’s bus has not taken any lives yet. This ...

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At least 89 dead in Zimbabwe as Cyclone Idai leaves trail of destruction

At least 89 people have died in Zimbabwe after Cyclone Idai tore across the eastern and southern parts of the country, a government official said on Monday, creating a humanitarian crisis in a nation grappling with economic woes and a ...

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How Good Urban Farming Can Combat Bad Eating In Africa.

Unhealthy diets pose a massive and growing health threat across the world. In Africa, traditional foods and inner-city farms could be the answer. Unhealthy diets pose a bigger global health risk than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined. ...

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CBPP Disease Can Kill All Our Cattle; Veterinary Officer Cries

Cattle farmers in Akuse and its environs have complained about a contagious disease which is killing their cattle in a space of 24hours. The disease which has been identified as Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP) disease has killed many cattle in ...

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2019 WORLD GLAUCOMA WEEK LAUNCHED

The Deputy Minister for Health, Hon. Tina Mensah has launched the 2019 World Glaucoma Week celebration in Accra, with a called on Ghanaians to have their eyes tested for glaucoma, to save their sight. She said glaucoma continues to be ...

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