The Ghana Police Service has deployed 455 Police officers drawn from its special unit to man flash point areas across the entire country ahead of Thursday’s pronouncement of the election petition verdict.
The Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, has re-affirmed government’s commitment to collaborate with stakeholders to revamp the Volta Star Textiles Limited (VSTL) at Juapong in the Volta Region.
Parents have been assured by the Ministry of Education that measures have been put in place for the smooth placement of 2013 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates in senior high schools and technical institutes before the commencement of the 2013/2014 academic year.
The Head Pastor of the Ho Fiave Victory Chapel of the Global Evangelical Church (GEC), Rev. Samuel Sovor, has urged Ghanaian women to hold the nation together in their roles as pillars of peace and unity in the country.
The Nkoranza South Municipal Directorate of Health Services has organised a one-day workshop for 60 community-based surveillance volunteers and nurses on reproductive and disease surveillance issues with the objective of minimising maternal and infant mortalities in the communities.
The Advertising Association of Ghana (AAG), the umbrella body of the country’s advertisers, has expressed interest in joining forces with the La Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly (LADMA) to sanitise outdoor advertising in the municipality.
Twenty-five needy, brilliant Muslim students have been presented with cheques totalling GH¢37,500 to enable them to pursue various degree courses in Ghanaian universities under the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) scholarship scheme.
The Jaman North District Assembly, has voted to reject the President’s nominee for the area. Hajia Amina Amadu did not get the nod at an emergency meeting to confirm her on Tuesday, at Sampa, the district capital.
The Ministry of Education has asked the General Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) to assist it in validating a news story with the headline, “33,185 Teachers abandon classroom to seek greener pastures”.
More than 200 Project Affected Persons (PAP) on the Suhum-Nsawam and Madina-Pantang roads yesterday besieged the offices of the Controller and Accountant-Generals Department (CAGD) to demand their money.