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  • 12 NIA officials dismissed over Ghana card registration rules violation

    12 NIA officials dismissed over Ghana card registration rules violation0

    Twelve people working for the National Identification Authority (NIA) have been dismissed for violating the directives, rules and regulations of the authority. Four other officers have been suspended for one month for other minor offences which are contrary to the NIA’s directives, rules and regulations. The Head of Corporate Affairs of the NIA, Assistant Commissioner

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  • Isaac Dogboe to vacate boxing

    Isaac Dogboe to vacate boxing0

    Former WBO super bantamweight champion, Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, is expected to take a long vacation from the sport after suffering a second straight defeat at the hands of Emanuel Navarrete at the Convention Centre in Tucson, Arizona, last Saturday. According to the boxer’s father and trainer, Paul Dogboe, the time was ripe for his

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  • Ghanaian leaders challenged to save lives of mothers and infants

    Ghanaian leaders challenged to save lives of mothers and infants132

    Mr Steven E. Hendrix, the Mission Director of USAID, says for Ghana to be accorded the title “Gateway to Africa’, it needs to start with saving the lives of mothers and children in the country. He said: “I really do think we have the best leaders in the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Ministries, Parliament, and

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  • “Shithole” Musings on my Mind

    “Shithole” Musings on my Mind3

    I am aware there is no evidence to justify that US President, Donald Trump actually described or called out Africans as “shitholes”. His “rough”statement which was uttered behind closed doors yet expected to remain within the confines of it hearers was allegedly linked to the public. Top Officials of the African continent have expressed unsatisfactory,

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  • Government shifts free SHS burden to Scholarship Secretariat

    Government shifts free SHS burden to Scholarship Secretariat3

    The government has shifted the cost burden of the direct funding of its free senior high school (SHS) programme to the Scholarship Secretariat. Consequently, the government has reduced its Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA) allocation to the programme from GH¢212 million last year to GH¢10 million this year. The amount represents a 95.3 percent reduction

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