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Govt has created fear and panic among workers – Minority

The Minority in Parliament has accused the government of reneging on good promises it made to Ghanaian workers, thus creating a status quo of fear and panic among workers. In its assessment, the Minority said after taking over power, the Akufo-Addo-led government has to “a  large extent limited the free …

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French forces kill militants in Mali forest

France says its forces in West Africa have killed or captured more than 20 militants in a forest near Mali’s border with Burkina Faso. A statement by its regional force said air and ground forces were involved. It did not identify the militant group. A French soldier was killed in …

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George Afriyie

GFA to change Black Stars backroom staff

The country’s football association’s chief has admitted that there will be series of changes in the Black Stars technical team Ghana Football Association vice president, George Afriyie, has confirmed that there will be changes in the backroom staff of the Black Stars as Kwesi Appiah stages a comeback on May …

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FDA

We are not out to witch-hunt Angel – FDA

The food and drugs authority says it is not out to witch hunt the Angel Group of companies over the punitive action recently taken in connection with the company’s organising of an Easter Monday jam used to promote its alcoholic beverage Adonko bitters. The company has been slapped with a …

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Mahama salutes “gallant” Ghanaian workers

Former President John Mahama has paid his respect to Ghanaian workers as the country joins the rest of the world to mark ‘workers day’ today, May 1. May 1 is observed across the world to appreciate the contribution of workers towards development. The former Ghanaian leader in a tweet said …

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N/R: Sayeegu Chief, three others killed in renewed clashes

The chief of Sayeegu, Woobjung Kamoutan (termites cannot consume stone) and three others including his eldest son have been assassinated  in a renewed protracted  land dispute between the Sayeegu and Sambiluk communities near Nakpanduri in the Bunkprugu- Yunyoo district of Northern region. The victims were allegedly killed at a farmland …

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