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22nd June, 2020

The Daily Graphic appreciates fathers and all father figures for their continuous support to families and the nation. The paper says the father’s role in families and society at...

22nd June 2020

The Daily Graphic appreciates fathers and all father figures for their continuous support to families and the nation. The paper says father’s role in families and society at large...

19th June, 2020

The Daily Graphic highlights the need to promote food security as the global community marks World Sustainable Gastronomy Day amid COVID-19. It says that if a day is set...

18th June, 2020

The Ghanaian Times writes on COVID-19 and stranded Ghanaians abroad. Whilst the Paper commends the government for facilitating the safe arrival of Ghanaians from abroad into the country, it bemoans the...

17th June, 2020

The Daily Graphic highlights the plight of the aged as the world observed elder abuse awareness day. It believes that although elder abuse is not a new phenomenon, nothing...

16th June, 2020

The Ghanaian Times believes it is about time the country waged a relentless campaign to educate the public on stigmatization on COVID-19 patients by sharing accurate information about how...

15th June, 2020

The Daily Graphic urges the public to donate blood to save lives. The paper expresses the need for the public to see blood as an important component of human...

11th June, 2020

The Daily Graphic is of the view that tackling gender violence must be done in one community at a time. The Paper says more needs to be done to...

10th June, 2020

The Ghanaian Times commends the Minister of Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP), John Kumah for...

9th June, 2020

The Ghanaian Times is concerned about timber racketeers who are on the rampage, rapidly depleting the rich vegetative cover on the Tindubu Hill Forest Reserve in the North Dayi...

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