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May 23, 2014 12:24 AM Christians urged to stop corrupt practices - Rev. Dr. Narh

The newly inducted Eastern Regional Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church, Ghana, Rev. Dr. Stephen O. Narh has called for an end to greediness, wealth amassing among other corrupt practices that happen in government and other institutions to turn around the fortunes of the country. This, he said, can impart positively on the economy if corruption 40

May 22, 2014 11:55 AM AMA pays GH¢600,000 to contractors

The Accra metropolis is under ‘siege’ from mounting garbage that now threatens the health of residents. There is growing concern about garbage piling up in the city centre, the commercial areas and even homes, as solid waste contractors fail to lift filled-up containers. The mess, the nauseating stench and the flies hovering over the heaps have become 47

May 21, 2014 6:30 AM Lloyd Amoah calls for demo against ‘borla’ in Accra

Wednesday 21st May , 2014 5:55 am A Lecturer at Ashesi University, Dr. Lloyd Amoah has emphasized the need for Ghanaians to mount pressure on Authorities to tackle Ghana’s waste management problems. Dr. Amoah is also calling for a civil protest to form the basis for crystallization of efforts to get government and other state institutions concerned 30

May 21, 2014 2:15 AM Climate change is a developmental issue-Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday said climate change must be seen as a developmental issue and not an environmental problem because it impacts all aspect of social lives. He said due to this, Ghana has since 1992 targeted climate change issues as very important and designed various mitigation programmes to help people cope with its impact 59

May 13, 2014 1:08 AM Ghana’s HFC ‘displeased’ by Republic Bank

According to HFC Bank, Trinidad and Tobago’s biggest indigenous financial institution has, in its “quest to take over the institution”, adopted a process “against what was agreed upon” since Republic became the major shareholder. The board’s position was contained in a statement issued and signed by HFC’s company secretary, Beatrix Ama Amoah, quoted 31

May 12, 2014 9:28 PM AMA cautions churches on noise making

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has called on churches operating within its jurisdiction to respect the ban on noise making and drumming in order to avoid confrontation with the Ga traditional authorities. The ban is expected to come into force on Monday, and the Metropolitan authority said the two groups “must show respect for one another and restrain 34

May 6, 2014 2:57 PM Darkuman-Kokompe Now Has A New School Block

In fulfillment of NDC 2012 manifesto to eliminate the remaining 60% of identified schools-under-trees and also continue the construction programme to eliminate the ”Shift System” from public school system a three-storey 18-unit classroom block has been inaugurated by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) at Darkuman-Kokompe in Accra. Being the fifth 47

May 4, 2014 9:14 PM Nkrumah’s Broken Myth Part II

Nkrumah was Significant but Neither Great Nor Visionary – Part 2 (Final) Well, as it is to be expected of fanatics with no credible and/or remarkable critical or studious perspective on things iconic, pathologically and perennially aggrieved Nkrumacrats like “Apostle” Kwamena Ahinful (See Part 1 of this article) continue to peddle the jaded and long-discredited 118

April 25, 2014 2:24 PM Accra cemetery fees not increased – AMA

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) Public Health Director, Dr. Simpson Boateng, has denied reports that burial fees at Osu and Awudome cemeteries have been increased. He said both cemeteries still charge GH₡800.00 cedis for a burial plot adding that it was rather the operators of some private cemeteries who had increased their fees. Dr. Boateng told the GNA in an interview 50

April 17, 2014 6:42 AM Woyome faces judgement day over judgement debts

Thursday 17th April , 2014 6:37 am The Accra Financial Court, presided over by Justice John Najet-Assam, will today give its ruling on whether the charges against Alfred Agbesi Woyome regarding the receipt of Gh¢ 51.28 million judge­ment debt will be dropped or he will be ordered to open his defence. Mr. Woyome, the embattled National Demo­cratic Congress 69