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Law Must Deal With Gay Doctor -- Gma, Others

Thursday, October 23, 2014 Three authoritiesin the health sector say they will ensure Dr Ali Gabass, the medical practitioner accused of sodomising a 16-year-old boy, is prosecuted if found guilty of the crime. The Ghana Medical Association GMA, Ghana Health Service GHS and the Medical and Dental Council MDC have s ...

170 police personnel set for South Sudan

Thursday, October 23, 2014 About 170 police personnel selected from the Formed Police Unit FPU of the Ghana Police Service to undergo training in peacekeeping have all been deployed for United Nations UN Mission in South Sudan. The selected police personnel were taken through public order management, tactical progres ...

Court to decide on suit led by five MPs on Takoradi port expansion

Thursday, October 23, 2014 A Sekondi High Court in the Western Region will on Friday deliver judgement in the case in which five Members of Parliament MPs are praying the court to remove a restriction the government had imposed on further expansion of oil and gas facilities at the Takoradi Port. The five are Kwaku Kwa ...

Today's front pages

Thursday, October 23, 2014 BUSINESSES AT HUGE RISK AS CORRUPTION DEEPENS The debate over corruption and its effects on businesses in Ghana will not cease anytime soon as the canker is eating deep into the nations social fabric. FLUSHING OUT ILLEGAL TRADERS: A TOUGH TASK Punishing foreigners for illegally trading in ...

Strike by public sector workers justified -- IMANI

Thursday, October 23, 2014 Strike action by Ghanas Labour Unions on Wednesday to push government to pay their tier 2 pension fund is justified, according think tank IMANI Centre for Policy and Education. According to the think tanks Founding President, Franklin Cudjoe, government has done very little since 2012 to addre ...

Affordable Housing Project: Bridging The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor

Thursday, October 23, 2014 African Call Institute ACI has targeted a strategy whereby this new intervention is placed into the standard consideration of social needs or basic requirements. In order to live we must find a way to eat sufficiently on a daily basis. We must have certain basic needs met in order for us to liv ...
Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur

'Dumsor' Will Be Over Soon - Veep To Industry

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur has assured the manufacturing companies in the country, the current energy challenges will be over soon. According to him, government is investing heavily in the energy sector and the economy as a whole, to reduce the cost of production for these compani ...

Gay doctor arrested

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 The gay doctor who has admitted sodomising a 16-year old SHS student has been arrested.Dr Sulley Ali-Gabass, senior medical doctor at Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Takoradi was arrested Wednesday afternoon following revelations from a painstaking investigation by Joy News Manasseh Azure Aw ...

Economist, govt, shred Afrobarometer report

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 An economist at the University of Cape Coast andgovernment haveraised serious reservations about the true representation of Ghanas economic situation as revealed by the latest Afrobarometer report. Dr John Gatsi of the University of Cape Coast suggested on Joy FMs Top Story, Wednesday, that ...

Deplorable Galosota bridge in Keta turns death trap; as six fall into river

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Residents in about 25 communities in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region are appealing to authorities to reconstruct the Galosota Bridge which is in deplorable condition. More than six people, mostly women and children on motorbike have since the beginning of this year fallen into the Viny ...

Health workers withdraw out-patient services from Wednesday

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Patients who plan on visiting public hospitals from tomorrow must reconsider their decisions because doctors and other health workers have withdrawn out-patient services. That is the new instruction to all health workers after an emergency meeting held by members of the Ghana Health Service GHS ...

Wiakabo residents in Upper West turn to God as living conditions deteriorate

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Have you ever imagined living in a community that is without electricity, toilets, health facilities, school and water? That is the situation the people of Wiakabo in the Upper West Region are grappling with. They have done everything possible to change the conditions in the community but nothin ...

Ghana is moving in the wrong direction - report

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Eighty percent 80 of Ghanaians believe economic conditions in the country are very bad, whereas 52 percent say the conditions have gone from bad to worse. This is according to the latest Afrobarometer report released by the Centre for Democratic Development on Wednesday. Afrobarometer is a ...
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