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BECE Candidates in Yilo, Manya Upbeat about 2018 Examinations as GES Extends SHS Selection

The 28th edition of the national basic assessment for basic schools, the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), began at 9:00 am Monday throughout the country. A total of 509,824 candidates from 16,060 basic schools will converge on 1,772 examination centres ...

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Patients at Atua Hospital Relieved as Medical Laboratory Scientists Suspend Strike

Members of the Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (GAMLS) have been asked by leadership to resume duties as their strike has been suspended. A notice released late Friday said a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed earlier in the ...

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Mount Mary College Holds 11th Graduation

The Mount Mary College of Education (MOMACO) has held its eleventh graduation ceremony in Somanya with a call on government to come rehabilitate the deplorable road network leading to the school. Principal of the college Dr. (Mrs) Cecilia E. Esinam ...

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“Cultivate Habit of Reading” – Former Ghanaian Ambassador Tells Children

Ghana’s former ambassador to Russia, Dr. Kodzo K Alabo has underscored the need for parents to help inculcate good reading habits in their children to influence their academic performance. He observed that parents’ involvement in their wards’ academic performance contributes ...

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GES: Yilo Krobo Municipal Directorate Eyes Aggregate Six in Upcoming BECE

Two thousand and fourty-eight candidates made up of both males and females in their 3rd year across all Junior High Schools in the Yilo Krobo Municipality are preparing to account for their nine years of classroom learning engagement with teachers. ...

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Farmers Cautioned Against Food Contamination

Farmers have been blamed for causing food contaminations through the various farming processes and activities carried out in the cause of production. The contamination, according to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Gladin Health Care is because such practices which ...

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Asuogyaman Assembly/SWN initiate $80,000 water treatment plant for Adjena

Project expected to provide water to 3000 residents Project to be completed in 3 months Project is a partnership between the Asuogyaman district assembly and Safe Water Network Some three thousand (3000) residents of Adjena, Pese and surrounding communities in ...

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Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly Adjourn Election of Presiding Member

The Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region on Wednesday failed to elect a new Presiding Member to replace the outgoing PM, Mr. Wisdom K. Appiasah. This was during the assembly’s first ordinary meeting of the third session at ...

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Pirate Attacks Now a Major Threat to Ghana’s Maritime Domain – Chief of Naval Staff

Pirate attacks, which used to happen far from our waters are now a major threat to shipping in our maritime domain, a situation which if not addressed may become a more difficult threat to deal with in the near future, ...

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Abolishment of Corporal Punishment to Blame for Poor Academic Performance in Schools

Worried about the nagging issue of poor academic Performance in most schools in the country? Blame the phenomenon on the abolishment of corporal punishment in the schools. The abolishment of caning in the schools as a disciplinary measure in the ...

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