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Editorials

14th April, 2021

The Daily Graphic continues its advocacy on environmental cleanliness by urging the public to rise to the call for a clean Accra. In the paper’s view, President Akufo-Addo’s resolve to make the capital city the cleanest on the continent...

13th April, 2021

The Daily Graphic advocates the need for a clean Accra which is one of President Akufo-Addo's vision. The paper commends the newly appointed Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey for a good work done so far. It says, it...

12th April, 2021

The Daily Graphic reiterates the need for Regional Ministers to stand and be counted. It says article 256 of the Constitution tasks Regional Ministers as representatives of the President in the regions to be responsible for the coordination and...

8th April, 2021

The Ghanaian Times joins Management of the Ghana Education Service, GES to apologize profusely to parents and final year students for the inability of educational authorities to communicate the postponement of the reopening date to students on time. It...

7th April 2020

Fix energy problems for improved social and economic lives is how the Ghanaian Times captions its editorial. The paper observes with keen interest intermittent power outages and how current consumers experience low current and power surges. It contends that...

6th April, 2021

Ghanaian Times is happy that when news of the dead fishes and mammals broke, public institutions that have mandates to deal with such situations rushed in to perform their duties to safeguard public health and also prevent possible environmental...

1st April, 2021

The Ghanaian Times urges Christians to see the celebration of Easter as a time to do better by way of showing love and care. The paper encourages people to uphold honesty, hard work, respect for one another, bearing in mind that...

31st March, 2021

The Daily Graphic commends the Ministry of Education for its policy on re-admission of pregnant girls back to school. This policy, the paper says ensures that the right to education is enjoyed by all. It says this gives the...

30th March, 2021

The Daily Graphic calls on Government to introduce reforms that will improve transparency and expose Nation wreckers fronting for foreign fishing vessels. This, the paper says will make clear who is benefiting from fishing access, what and how much...

29th March, 2021

The Daily Graphic wants a meaningful engagement between government and banks so that Ghanaians are not made to bear the burden of the Finsec levy. The paper is concerned that in the banks bid to enhance shareholders value, they will...

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