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17th September, 2019

The Daily Graphic commends the Electoral Commission for extending the Exhibition of the Voters Register by three days. It says much as the EC recognizes the challenges therein, hence...

23rd June, 2020

The Ghanaian Times eulogizes fathers and the role they play in society. It says the role of fathers can be linked to the development of human resources, which should...

3rd September, 2019

The Daily Graphic says arming personnel of the MTTD without first equipping them with the requisite skills may not be a good move as there could be recklessness in...

27th June, 2019

The Ghanaian Times calls for more support for the Black Stars as they endure a difficult start to their 2019 AFCON campaign. According to the paper, the Stars are...

20th June, 2019

The Ghanaian Times says it has in its possession a compilation of projects commenced in 2017, which are at various stages of completion including classrooms, and other critical infrastructure...

18th July, 2019

The Daily Graphic says though the country has done well over the years in the fight against HIV/AIDS, more sustained actions is still needed to ensure it is won...

21st June, 2019

The Ghanaian Times says monitoring of air pollution must be taken seriously to meet WHO's recommended level. The paper calls on the Environmental Protection Agency to intensify public education...

17th December, 2019

The Daily Graphic says it expects that all voters will not only participate and fulfill their civic responsibilities but also help elect competent and hardworking assembly and unit committee...

29th January 2020

Daily Graphic finds it ironic that despite efforts to build new factories and refurbish old ones under the one district one factory programme, some old industrial establishments are being...

28th January, 2019

The Daily Graphic welcomes the deployment of teams of investigators to assist the Ghana Police Service to solve kidnapping cases in the country. The paper believes, nothing may change...

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