The First lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has met with selected executives of women groups in Accra to promote the global campaign ‘Free to Shine Campaign’ (F2S) which is aimed at eliminating Mother-to-child-transmission of HIV.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has taken note of a publication in the Monday, 17th June, 2019 edition of the Daily Graphic as well as Graphic.com.gh, on the new curriculum and its implementation strategy. In the article, the writer raises a number of issues that we believe require clarification for her benefit as well as for the general public, especially those who may also have similar concerns.
The Executive Chairman of the African Development Initiative, Prof. Kwesi Botchwey says America and the developed world need to get used to the fact that there has been a change in the balance of power.
The Supreme Court has dismissed a case filed by Gregory Afoko challenging the decision of the Attorney-General (A-G) to discontinue his trial over allegations of killing a former Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Adams Mahama.
The Chairperson of the Ga West Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG), Reverend Daniel Nyarko, has expressed concern about the worsening insanitary conditions in the country and called on pastors to use the pulpit to educate their congregants to join efforts to ensure a clean environment.
For over two months, residents of Fabi, Esreso, Chirapatre and Ramseyer, all in the Asokwa Municipality have been hit by water shortage due to damage caused to their lines by the contractor working on the Dompoase to Esreso portion of the Atonsu-Kuntenanse road.
The chiefs and people of Shiabu and Gbegbeyise, both communities in the Ablekuma West Municipality in Accra, have welcomed a decision by the Ablekuma West Municipal Assembly to dredge the Shiabu-Gbebeyise storm drain which runs through the two communities.
The Regional Director of World Reader, an international non-governmental organisation with focus on education technology, Mrs Ethel Sackitey, has called on Ghana to make installation of electronic libraries a priority.