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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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IMF PROJECTS ALMOST 9% ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR GHANA

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is projecting almost 9% economic growth rate for Ghana in 2018. This was captured in the Fund’s latest World Economic Outlook report released in Washington D.C on the sidelines of the Annual IMF/World Bank meetings.

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FIRST LADY CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE EFFORTS TO BUILD A PROSPEROUS GHANA

The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday, urged all Ghanaians and corporate bodies to deploy the spirit of volunteerism and social responsibility in building a strong nation together. She said, particularly, private sector participation in governance and in the

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ABLAKWA’S ISIS CLAIMS MISCHIEVOUS -MAJORITY

Mr Ablakwa said at a press conference in Accra on Tuesday, October 10 that: “Rather worrying for Ghana, we are considered to be among the second highest category of 50 – 100. This has been explained by the Attorney-General’s Office

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LIBERIA ELECTION PEACEFUL SO FAR- JOHN MAHAMA

The Former President of GHANA John Mahama has said the election ongoing in Liberia has generally been peaceful. John Mahama, who is leading an ECOWAS Observer Mission to monitor the election in that country, told the media that although there

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RESTORATION OF NURSING TRAINING ALLOWANCE NEEDLESS AND COSMETIC – SOLOMON NKANSAH

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described the restoration of nursing training allowances of students in the public institutions as needless which will not inure to the benefit of the country. “This is needless and cosmetic”, National Communication Officer

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MOANING DURING SEX IS A CRIME- MAURICE AMPAW

Legal practitioner Maurice Ampaw says incessant loud moaning during sex is a crime which must be punished. According to him, moaning infringes on the rights of others and must be stopped. “Why is it that you are having sex and

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