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Kaneshie Market footbridge in bad state

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Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visits Osu Castle to re-live Danish-Ghanaian History

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NPP Parliamentary Caucus maintains 2022 Budget has not been rejected

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The Daily Graphic believes that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) holds the key to solving the country’s unemployment challenges. It says TVET is the backbone of any economy, hence its importance in nation-building cannot be downplayed. The paper says it backs the Government’s idea of investing three billion Ghana Cedis to
boost and strengthen TVET for employment opportunities for the youth of the country. Graphic encourages Government to follow through on its resolve towards the enhancement of TVET programmes as well as ensure that the technical and professional skills needed for the socio-economic development of the Country are firmly in place.

The Ghanaian Times urges restraint and appeals to the UN, European Union, African Union and individual world leaders to call for calm between the US and Iran. It believes that since the killing of the Commander of Iran, Qausem Soleimani, the world has been facing fear of looming war. The paper appeals to Iran and US to find amicable solutions to the problem adding that no country will be safe if Iran decides to attack American interest.

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