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 and also inform people about air quality in the country. The Times says, it is important for everyone to be equipped with information, particularly on real time air quality, so that everyone can make an informed decision to save lives.
The Daily Graphic urges Ghanaians to rally behind the Black Stars through prayers as the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) begins today. The paper says it may not be too late for people to lift the national flag in their homes, offices, and cars to support and encourage the team. The paper says just as President, Akufo-Addo lead the way when he hosted the Stars to a farewell dinner at the Jubilee House and urged them to work hard to deliver the title; It is the turn of every Ghanaian to also show support and encourage the team to return with the AFCON trophy.

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