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A Four Year Girl Drown To Death

A four year old Boahemah has met her untimely death when she was found drowned in rubber bucket filled with water yesterday at Sarfo krom, a community in Kwabre East district of the Ashanti region. Boahemah, was spotted yesterday around ...

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Couple Arrested For Growing Wee

Man and Wife, Kwame Adu and Margret Kobi with some of the suspected Wee, found in their room A DAWN SWOOP on Saturday by the police has led to the arrest of a man and his wife who allegedly cultivated ...

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Mahama: ‘Everybody can be an Anas’

Every Ghanaian can leverage the potential of social media resources and mobile phone applications to acquire evidence to help the fight against corruption, President John Mahama has said. “With the current availability of social media applications and modern video and ...

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Ghana restricted from borrowing – Mahama

Ghana’s borrowing spree would at least be controlled for now following a restriction placed on the West African country by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The once rising star of Africa, according to President John Dramani Mahama, can no longer ...

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NAGRAT to strike Thursday

Graduate teachers have served notice of a strike on Thursday as they agitate over unpaid allowances. They argue that government has consistently demonstrated bad faith in addressing their grievances. The National Association of Graduate Teachers and the Coalition of Concerned ...

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NDC youth organizer calls for legilization of ‘wee’

The Asunafo North constituency youth organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Edem Koku Edem has called for the legalization of marijuana in the country. Edem in a leaked tape which is in possession of Adomonline.com claimed his call is ...

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Embattled judges face police today despite objections

Two of the 34 judges accused of taking bribes are expected to be interrogated later on Friday by the police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) despite fierce criticism against the process. Police say the judges have responded to their invitation and should report ...

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Lawyers to strike

Lawyers of Legal Aid Scheme have hinted of an impending strike action if government fails to expedite immediate action on their poor working conditions in the country. The lawyers, who are the least paid among lawyers engaged full-time by various state institutions, ...

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80% of blindness preventable

Eighty per cent of the 25,000 cases of blindness and visual impairment in the country could have been prevented. Cataract accounts for 50 per cent of blindness in Ghana, with other causes attributed to glaucoma, trachoma, onchocerciasis, refractive errors and ...

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Diabetes, Hypertension Killing

Kojo Okyere Apenteng, Western regional chairman of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSG), has bemoaned the fact that diabetes and hypertension are currently the underlying causes of death in the country. He attributed the situation partly to self-medication and the ...

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