Monthly Archives: October 2017

GOVERMENT SECURES JOB FOR MAJOR MAHAMA’S WIDOW

Government has established a trust fund in the name of the late Major Adam Mahama. The fund which will be called ‘Major Mahama Trust Fund’ will cater for his wife and children. Additionally, the government has also secured employment for

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MINORITY WANT COCOA PRICES TO GO UP AFTER LEAVING POWER

The Minority in Parliament say the failure of government to increase cocoa price is unfair and amounts to stealing from the farmers. At a press conference Monday, the Minority argued the foundation laid by the former National Democratic Congress (NDC)

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MAYOR OF TAMALE FACES IMPEACHMENT

At least 31 out of the 58-Member Tamale Metropolitan Assembly have signed a petition to impeach the Mayor over disrespect and some financial under-dealings. In the petition intercepted by Joy News Wednesday, Mohammed Iddrisu Musah Superior is alleged to have

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2017 TEACHERS POSTINGS OUT

The 2017 graduates from the colleges of education postings are out for checking. Use the link below and simply input your index number to check your region. Some Districts are yet to be added https://www.gespostings.net/newlyTrained/printAppointmentLetter

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ROYAL HOUSE CHAPEL REACH OUT TO HO PRISONERS

The Royal house Chapel International is sponsoring the surgery of eleven male prisoners in Ho to correct defects caused by various ailments. This followed a medical outreach by the Church for about 1,000 inmates of the Ho Central Prisons as

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KEEPING REDUNDANT WORKERS CHEAPER FOR MMT – BOARD CHAIR

The Metro Mass Transit (MMT), cannot go ahead with the planned layoff of 1,200 workers because of the high cost involved in the retrenchment process. The lay off was deemed necessary because it has 3,600 workers operating a fleet of

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KEEPING REDUNDANT WORKERS CHEAPER FOR MMT – BOARD CHAIR

The Metro Mass Transit (MMT), cannot go ahead with the planned layoff of 1,200 workers because of the high cost involved in the retrenchment process. The lay off was deemed necessary because it has 3,600 workers operating a fleet of

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GHANA, BENIN TO DEEPEN BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP

The two leaders expressed their commitment to forge greater cooperation between their respective countries and integrate West Africa during their bilateral talks in Accra on Wednesday. The talks were part of the activities of the one-day visit to Ghana by

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15 TRUCKLOADS OF SMUGGLED PROTROLEUM PRODUCTS CONFISCATED

The state has confiscated 15 truckloads of smuggled petroleum products worth GH¢3.4 million. The total volume of the seized products is 810,000 litres. Additionally, the 15 trucks will be auctioned to the public after the products have been sold to

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WOMEN DIVORCE THEIR HUSBANDS FOR HUGE MANHOOD- Opambour

Kumasi-based Prophet Opambour Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, popularly known as Prophet One, has alleged that the desire by women for huge manhood is one major cause of divorce in Ghana. He made this allegation during one of his preaching sessions on

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