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CHIPS Compound: Abandoned project at Atomfourso

By Thomas Nsowah Adjei The Chiefs and People of Atomfourso near Seikwa in the Tain District of Bono Region have appealed to the government and Non-governmental agencies to assist in addressing numerous challenges confronting the Community. According to the Chief of...

Rebuilding Appiatse; all hands on deck

By Vanessa Adjei The State Housing Company (SHC), has started mapping out plans to reconstruct buildings in Appiatse, the explosion-stricken town near Bogoso in the Western Region. The SHC's move follows an announcement by Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia on...

Days after violent rival clashes, some residents in Nima want Police presence maintained

By Gifty Adunyah and Ali Usman Dabre Days after the Nima skirmishes, there is still heavy Police presence in the border between Nima and Mamobi after two factions clashed on January 18, 2022 resulting in the firing of guns.  When GBC...

The return of E-Levy as Parliament reconvenes Tuesday

By Edzorna Francis Mensah Ghanaians may need to brace up for more heated and debates from their Members of Parliament on the floor, if the Government goes ahead to present to Parliament the Electronic Transaction Levy in its current form...

Relief ramped up for Victims of Appiatse Explosion, following Vice President Bawumia and Officials visit to site

By Nathaniel Nartey Government says it will spare no effort to ensure the rapid return to normalcy for residents of Appiatse, a Community near Bogoso in the Western Region affected by yesterday’s fatal explosion. It has declared its intention to...

Kasoa New Market, Lorry Park Blues

By Rukaiyatu Musah Congestion has become a normalcy at the Kasoa New Market Lorry Park to the point that the Municipal Chief Executive for Awutu Senya East, Anita Obo Amissah says the intended demolition of some containers within the Kasoa...

Beggar, Begging, Beggars!!!

By Rachel Kakraba From major intersections and ceremonial streets, beggars are located in major City Centers. What image does their activities give to the country? Ghana has what it takes to deal with the surge in activities of beggars, especially child...

Nostalgia as Pupils reminisce a year on after Covid-19 break

On January 3, last year when President Akufo-Addo in his 21st Coronavirus update, gave hint about the full resumption of academic activities after nine months of a Covid-19 induced break, many were anxious, because Covid-19, was still a major...

Surge in unhealthy lifestyle: Diabetes claiming more lives

SOURCE: GRAPHICONLINE Health experts say the country is losing at least 15 lives, mostly in their most productive ages to diabetes every day due to the surge in unhealthy lifestyles. Diabetes mellitus is also a major cause of blindness, kidney failure,...

”The 1992 Constitution is more of a political stability document, than a development oriented one”, we need one for both – Dr. Oduro Osae

By Rebecca Ekpe 2022 marks three decades of sustaining Ghana's 1992 Republican Constitution, the supreme law of the Republic of Ghana. It was approved on 28 April 1992 through a national referendum after 92% support. Ghana's 1992 Constitution defines the fundamental...

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Historic, Colorful, Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin appears in African Traditional Regalia, as House re-convenes

By Rebecca Ekpe From a traditional Aristocratic wear, a colonial heritage to a traditional look, a replica of an African King. Call him ''Togbe'', ''King'',...

CHIPS Compound: Abandoned project at Atomfourso

By Thomas Nsowah Adjei The Chiefs and People of Atomfourso near Seikwa in the Tain District of Bono Region have appealed to the government and...

GACC says it is not surprised at Ghana’s dip in progress against corruption

Head of Programmes at the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, Bright Sowu, says Ghana's failure to make progress in the fight against corruption in the year...