The President, Mr John Dramani Mahama, has commended the self-help spirit of the E.P. Church in establishing schools all over the country to supplement government’s efforts at providing the citizenry with education.
A recent Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis conducted by the World Food Programme (WFP), has confirmed that the three northern regions in Ghana continued to record higher incidents of poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition.
Three resettlement mining communities in the Asutifi North District in the Brong Ahafo Region, Ntotroso, Kenyasi No 1 and Kenyasi No 2, have been presented with 400 quality energy efficient cooking stoves to help reduce indoor air pollution (IAP) facing those areas.
Drama unfolded at Adansi Anwiaso in the Adansi North District of the Ashanti region last Friday when a fetish priest in an apparent trance, descended on a pastor in his church to demand the balance of an agreed fee for juju he allegedly gave the man of God to expand his ministry.
The Ajumako – Enyan – Esiam District Assembly has initiated a number of measures to improve upon its capacity to generate internal revenue to accelerate the pace of development in the district and better the living conditions of the people.
Christlikeminds International, a non-profit Christian organisation, has donated assorted textbooks, teaching and visual aids, writing books, stationery and clothes to the Taribiya M/A 1 and 2 Islamic School at Weija a suburb of Accra.
The Madina Magistrate court has fined a Chinese driver, Lan Xiaoming, GH¢480 for careless and inconsiderate driving and causing harm under section 31 of Act 685/04 and section 72 of Act 29/60 respectively.
The Asanteman Council, presided over by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has dismissed a petition by some members of the Kumawu royal family seeking a declaration that the queen of the traditional area, Nana Serwaa Amponsah, who was enstooled about eight years ago, is of Fulani descent and, therefore, not qualified to occupy the stool.
We have nowhere to go should anything happen after the Supreme Court verdict.“Our children are young and our politicians should not forget that whatever they do during and after the court ruling will affect us positively or negatively. Ghana is our only home. We are appealing to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to put the country first as we await the court ruling.”
Two healthcare assistants who abused elderly female patients on admission at a health facility in the United Kingdom have been sentenced to a total of 17 months’ imprisonment by the London Snaresbrook Crown Court.