• Former High Court Judge found dead in his residence

    Former High Court Judge found dead in his residence0

    Mr Ringo Cass Akurugu Azumah, a High Court Judge who was sacked from office, has been found dead in his house in Sakumono Estates, Tema. The body was found on Good Friday and neighbours believe he died about a week ago due to the near decomposition of the body. The police had to force his door

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  • Government to tackle flood with GH197 million

    Government to tackle flood with GH197 million0

    The government has allocated GH¢197 million for the control of perennial flooding in Accra. The money is allocated to the Ministry of Works and Housing, which is responsible for flood control, to undertake various projects and works to reduce the incidence of flooding in Accra. The Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Ms Cecilla Dapaah,

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  • KG and Primary get new curriculum

    KG and Primary get new curriculum0

    The Ghana Education Service (GES) has introduced a new curriculum to replace the current one from Kindergarten to Primary Six. The curriculum forms part of sweeping reforms in basic education, beginning from the 2019/2020 academic year. Under the new curriculum, the subjects to be taught at the KG level have been reduced from seven to

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  • One in 10 Japanese men are 40year virgins-Study

    One in 10 Japanese men are 40year virgins-Study1

    One in ten Japanese men are 40-year-old virgins as women choose to have sex with wealthier lovers, a new study reveals. The virginity rate among straight men has more than doubled since 1992 as “simply put, money talks”, researchers said. Low-income men were up to 20 times more likely to be virgins than their richer and usually

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  • Asantehene unveils 10year plan to transform Kumasi

    Asantehene unveils 10year plan to transform Kumasi14

    Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has unveiled a ten-year plan to transform the city of Kumasi. The plan also includes an initiative to industrialise the local economy to scale up employment and create wealth in the city. The projects lined up under the plan are estimated to cost about $400 million to be sourced mainly

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  • No political party deserves praise for RTI Law- Aseidu Nketia

    No political party deserves praise for RTI Law- Aseidu Nketia0

    NDC General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia has said civil society organisations must take the plaudits for the passage of the Right to Information Bill, not politicians. “The praises should go to CSO and not any politician” he said and observed that all two parties to have governed the country since 1992 have shown cold feet

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