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Hon. Kofi Amoatey Wishes Constituents Happy, Peaceful Christmas; Calls For Unity Among Traditional Leaders

The second term parliamentary representative for the Yilo Krobo Constituency in the Eastern Region, Honorable Lawyer Magnus Kofi Amoatey has expressed his 2017 Christmas message to his constituents, urging for a peaceful co-existence among the people. “I wish the people ...

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Yilo Krobo REP Holds Work Plan and Stakeholders Forum

The Rural Enterprise programme (REP) under the Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly has held its annual work plan budget preparation stakeholders fora. The Project which started rolling out in the Yilo Municipality from 2013, is to conduct detailed needs assessment to ...

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Child labour at agomanya market: MCE Promises Action

School going children between the ages of about 10 and 15 shun classrooms on Wednesdays which is one of the traditional market days at Agomanya to engage in wheelbarrow pushing, otherwise described as “kaya joku3wi” activities at the Agormanya market ...

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34 One District One Factory Allocation to Eastern Region, Lower Manya to Establish Mango Processing, Others.

Following Government’s decision to establish factories across the 216 districts in the country (one district one factory), Hon. Ken Ofori Atta, Ghana’s Minister for Finance in the presentation of the 2018 budget statement on Wednesday, 15 November, 2017,  stated 191 ...

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Prez Akufo Addo Meets United Kingdom Prime Minister Today

A communique signed by the Director of Communications at the presidency, Mr. Eugene Arhin has it that His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has left the country yesterday Sunday 19th November, 2017 to the United Kingdom in a 3 day ...

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Somanya: Residents Descend On ECG – Offices Vandalized, Journalists Assaulted

By Rite news desk: Hundreds of angry residents on Friday besieged the offices of The Electricity Company of Ghana, ECG in Somanya. The action of the residents, who descended on the office in a violent, spontaneous demonstration, was in an ...

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