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Daily Archives: November 14, 2019

JUSAG suspends strike

The Judicial Service Staff Association (JUSAG) has called off its strike. This was after the Acting Chief Justice assured them in a meeting that their concerns will be forwarded to the judicial council, the association said in a statement. “The Acting Chief Justice has approved that the issues raised at the said meeting will be forwarded to the Judicial Council. ...

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Ejura-Sekyedumase: 57 Persons with disabilities receive equipment to work and make a living

A total of fifty-seven (57) persons with disabilities in the Ejura Sekyedumase Municipality have received various equipment and appliances with which they are expected to work to fend for themselves and their families. The donation of the items which include: wheelchair, fufu pounding machine, corn milling machine, plastic chairs and canopies, fertilizers was supervised by officials of the Ejura Sekyedumase ...

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Omission of Volta Region roads from 2020 budget a mistake – Osafo Marfo

Ghana’s Senior Minister Yaw Osafo-Marfo has revealed there was a mistake in the 2020 budget statement read on Wednesday in Parliament. The budget was silent on road projects in the opposition stronghold – the Volta region – however, the senior minister said it was inadvertent. “It was obviously a mistake,” Mr. Osafo-Marfo said to Citi FM on Thursday, noting that ...

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Common platform project saves Ghana $1.1m monthly – Ursula

Government says it is saving more than 1 million dollars monthly under the Common Platform meant to monitor the activities of Telcos than previous contracts. Briefing journalists in Accra on Thursday on some gains made since the establishment of the platform, the Minister for Communications Hon. Ursula Owusu Ekuful said the platform is also expected to save some 66 million ...

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WAEC to begin prosecuting examination offenders next year

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is fighting hard to get authorization from the Attorney General to prosecute people for examination malpractice. This is part of WAEC’s war against examination malpractice in the country. In an interview with the Daily Graphic, the Head of Legal at WAEC, Rev. Victor Brew, said the process of granting the council authority would hopefully be ...

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