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Shocking: Police Constable stabbed to death

A Female Police Constable (Name Withheld) have been stabbed to death at Damango in the Savannah region. Sources reaching Adoanewsonline desk discloses that the female constable was found dead at her residence today 2nd of August, 2021. In a press release by the Ghana Police Service, the officer was covered …

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End strike now – NLC directs UTAG

The National Labour Commission, NLC, has directed both the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), and the Senior Staff Association of Universities of Ghana, to call off their strike and appear before the Commission on Thursday, August 5, 2021. In separate letters to the two unions, the NLC directed them …

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Anti-LGBTQI+ Bill to be laid in Parliament today

The ‘Proper Human Sexual and Ghanaian Family Values Bill’ 2021, is expected to be laid in Parliament later today [August 2, 2021] for a presentation and first reading. The anti-LGBTQ bill, prescribes that people of the same sex who engage in sexual activity could be fined or jailed for between …

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Residents of Achimota cry over poor drainage

BY: Rukayatu Amidu The Odaw drainage which flows from taifa to Achimota through to circle was constructed under former president John Agyekum Kuffour’s administration which indicates that it has been in existence for more than a decade now. The reason for the construction of the Odawna drainage is to avert …

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EGG sellers lament imminent price hike

BY: Rukayatu Amidu The Greater Accra Poultry Farmers Association have stated that Ghana’s Poultry Industry may Collapse if the government refuse to deal with the recent challenges of unavailability of feed for poultry production. Research reveals, Ghana currently imports over the US $ 300 million ( about 180,000) worth of …

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Ghana’s total population to be declared on Monday

The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) is expected to declare the country’s official population on Monday, August 2 at a press conference in Accra. This follows the end of the 2021 Housing and Population Census on Saturday, July 31. The exercise began midnight of Sunday, June 27 but had to be …

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Sammi Awuku appointed Director General of NLA

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has appointed National Organizer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Samuel Kwabena Awuku as the new Director-General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA). Sammi Awuku as he is popularly known will take over from Kofi Osei Ameyaw who was ordered to proceed on …

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10 GIJ students test positive for Covid-19

Information reaching Adoanewsonline indicates that 10 Diploma weekend students of Ghana Institute of Journalism(GIJ) have contracted covid-19. From what the news team has gathered, the said students contracted the virus during the face to face lectures and SRC week celebrations which was held on the old campus, Thursday. Some students …

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GHC 24 million lost to Fire in first half of 2021

According to the Ghana National Fire Service, the destructions were from over three thousand fire incidents recorded for the first six months of 2021. The service also adduced that a total of 3,301 fires were recorded nationwide during the period. It also disclosed that more than half of infernos were domestic fires.

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Release lands for agriculture – NGO to Gonja leaders

BY: Salifu Adam-Jabu TREEAID, a Non-Governmental Organisation has appealed to traditional authorities and landowners to make fertile lands readily available to youth and women in the West Gonja Municipality to undertake productive agricultural activities to enhance their livelihoods. In August 2019, the United Kingdom’s Aid (UKAID) gave TREEAID the green …

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NDC sacks Koku Anyidoho

The opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, has sacked its former Deputy General Secretary, Koku Ayindoho, from the party. In a said letter directed to him,  it found Mr. Ayindoho guilty of “misconduct and anti-party behaviour.” The NDC said Mr. Anyidoho cannot be “recognized as a member of the party and …

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