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Friday, January 24, 2020

21st January, 2020

The Daily Graphic welcomes the UK-Ghana Summit describing it as appropriate and timely to boost business and investments in Africa. The Paper says the summit comes at a time...

20th January 2020

Daily Graphic welcomes newly inaugurated boards of the State-owned media organizations with expectations that these boards will provide the needed policy direction that will propel them to effectively discharge...

18th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic congratulates government on spearheading the digitisation drive and urges other departments and agencies to take advantage of the policy to improve their work and service delivery....

14th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic welcomes the signing of performance contract agreements between the State Interests and Governance Authority, SIGA and some state entities. The initiative will see SIGA vigorously monitor...

11th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic welcomes the move by some NGOs to pursue community-based sensitisation programmes in order to remove stigma associated with mental health. The paper is not happy about...

10th January, 2020

THE DAILY GRAPHIC finds it untenable the explanation by the Toll Manager, C.D Antwi that not only PWD's but all workers of the tollbooths have been affected by salary...

9th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic believes that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) holds the key to solving the country's unemployment challenges. It says TVET is the backbone of any...

8th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic joins management of the Ghana Education Service to welcome all students back to school. It reminds them that government has invested so much in their education...

6th January, 2020

The Daily Graphic commends government for its relentless efforts in making the Year of Return a massive success. The paper notes that due to the savvy and attractive marketing...

20th December, 2019

The Ghanaian Times calls on the people to develop an interest in the district level elections as a means of justifying the country's readiness to elect District Chief Executives....

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