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Editorials: August 16, 2021

THE GHANAIAN TIMES: calls on the public to adhere to safety measures to prevent Marburg diseases. It says the virus which is transmittable from fruit bats and spreads to people through body fluids is said to be deadly like...

Editorials: 11th August, 2021

DAILY GRAPHIC: Refocusing attention on the job matter again, the World Bank estimates Ghana’s unemployment rate among the youth at 12 percent (1.3 million). Alarmingly, about 50 percent of the youth population in Ghana are regarded as underemployed (5.4...

Editorials: August 10, 2021

GHANAIAN TIMES: says the only way to resolve the impasse between UTAG and government is sacrifice. The paper says each party should pawn in some demands for them to reach a consensus to resolve the issue because even though...

7th August, 2021

The Daily Graphic lauds the initiative of celebrating World Breast Feeding day. It says breastfeeding is an important but often neglected aspect of building a healthy childhood which in the end translates into healthy adults. The paper calls on the wider...

Editorials: August 4, 2021

The DAILY GRAPHIC is exceptionally encouraged by the meeting between Cote Dvoire’s two major political rivals, former President Gbagbo and President Ouattara to discuss matters of national interest and reconcile their differences for the common good. It believes Africans must...

Editorials: August 3, 2021

DAILY GRAPHIC: calls for the passage of the Public Service Conduct Bill. It says this has been tabled and re-tabled in parliament for over a decade now. Apart from the helping democracy, the paper says the bill when passed,...

Editorials: August 2, 2021

THE DAILY GRAPHIC finds the choice of the Finance Minister to stay within the 2021 appropriation for the first time since 2017 welcoming, in view of the fiscal deficit which government has vowed to reduce overtime to restore full...

31st July, 2021

The Daily Graphic writes on the need for the world to continue prioritizing the elimination of hepatitis. The paper believes that nearly 4 million Ghanaians are living with either hepatitis B or C which leads to liver cancer. The...

Editorials: July 30, 2021

The DAILY GRAPHIC: expresses worry over the growing fatigue following a global surge in a third wave of the pandemic. According to the Paper, it is a perfect time to renew public communication and build on the many supportive...

Editorials: July 29, 2021

The Daily Graphic says the call by Asantehene, Otumfuor Osei Tutu at the 2020 Millennium Excellence Awards for the Executive and the Legislature to work together and not put at risk, the peace of the country, is very timely...

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