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NCCE To The Rescue

Performance Of National Commission For Civic Education, NCCE, In Recent Times After Receiving Support From Government. The National Commission for Civic Education, NCCE has, and continue to demonstrate that it is up and equal to every challenge thrown at it,...

Government Commended For Its Good Governance

THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO BE COMMENDED IN STEERING THE AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTRY Government needs to be highly commended for its able leadership of the country. Since assuming office in 2017, government has not rested on its oars but has...

2020 NPP Manifesto Promises As Compared To That Of 2016

2020 NPP MANIFESTO IN THE LIGHT OF PROMISES MADE IN THE 2016 ONE Electoral manifestos play a cardinal role in political party democracy and political science analyses. Manifestos provide a compendium of valid party position and are used as campaign...

NPP 2020 Manifesto Launch

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2020 NPP MANIFESTO WHICH WAS LAUNCHED OVER THE WEEDEND The launch of the 2020 NPP manifesto in Cape Coast exhibited unique skills, because it dwelt on past challenges through to the present time, portraying how the nation...

AfCFTA Benefits To Ghanaian Businesses

PREPAREDNESS OF GHANA TO AFRICAN CONTINENTAL FREE TRADE AREA (AfCFTA) The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is a novelty by the Africa Union to encourage intra Africa trade. Phase one of its protocol was negotiated in the area of...

Need For Ghanaians To Ensure Peace And Stability Rather Than Political Violence

NEWS COMMENTARY ON WHY PEACE AND STABILITY OF A NATION IS MORE DELICATE AND IMPORTANT THAN A POLITICAL PARTY BEING IN POWER OR ANYONE BEING PRESIDENT Election years are normally marked with a lot of political excitement where parties and...

Students Rioting & Indiscipline

NEWS COMMENTARY ON WAYS TO CURB OR MITIGATE STUDENTS RIOTING AND INDISCIPLINE  Ghana has been experiencing student rioting and indiscipline in recent times. Reports of students misbehaving and causing damage to properties of the schools is not a welcoming news....

Misbehaviour Of Final SHS Students

NEWS COMMENTARY FOCUSES ON THE MISBEHAVIOUR OF FINAL SHS STUDENTS AFTER THE INTEGRATED SCIENCE PAPER Some final year WASSCE students abused the investment made in them by government under the free SHS programme by going on the rampage destroying school...

Significance Of Founders’ Day

NEWS COMMENTARY ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FOUNDERS' DAY Founders Day forms a significance occasion in this country. In the first place, it shows the contributions and role of past leaders in the country towards the establishment of Ghana as a...

85th Anniversary of GBC, Its Achievements, Challenges And Prospects

NEWS COMMENTARY ON GBC'S 85th ANNIVERSARY,ACHIEVEMENTS,CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS AMID COVID-19 Eighty five years in the life of any entity is no mean achievement, if its challenges and achievements  impacted  generations positively. The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation—the State Broadcaster clocked 85 years on July...

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Readiness Of The Police For The December Elections

NEWS COMMENTARY ON THE READINESS OF THE POLICE FOR THE DECEMBER ELECTIONS Last week the Ghana Police Service embarked on...

Dome-Kwabenya NDC Parliamentary Candidate launches campaign to unseat Deputy Majority Leader

The NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Dome-Kwabenya Constituency, Elikplim Akurugu has launched her campaign to be elected as the next MP for the area in...

“Asanteman will remember your good works on December 7” – Otumfuo to Akufo-Addo

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has assured President Akufo-Addo that going into the 7th December presidential and parliamentary elections, his record in office...

Minority calls for submission of 2019 Financial Year Audited Accounts to Parliament 

The Minority Caucus in Parliament at a news conference has called on the Acting Auditor-General to submit to Parliament the Audited Accounts of Government...

Bank of Ghana maintains policy rate at 14.5%

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Ghana has maintained the policy rate at 14.5 per cent, citing improved outlook to growth...