The Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's led administration has been a better government when it comes to the promises he has made so far, from 2012 till date, you will see that all the promises he made, some have been accomplished whiles others too the contractors are helping out to finish
Ghana is a country with abundant resources and opportunities.But does it reflect the standard of living in the average Ghanaian?The obvious answer is NO.
The International God's Way Chapel led by Bishop Daniel Obinnim is mourning the passing away of its branch pastor for Akosombo Reverend Prophetess Juliana Ama Awuku.According to reports, the caretaker prophetess was battling with an unknown illness for some time now.However,.
The gaffer has the backing of the board members as the job has been given to him free handedly, to make sure he bring the team to the top of the table.
Nana Akuffo Addo is very likely to close down schools following 2 more schools having reported 31 positive cases of Covid-19. The schools namely, All Girls SHS reported 13 positive cases and also Akuse SHS who also have confirmed 18 cases. A school in Akosombo also confirmed 50 cases with their staff and students whiles 15 out of the 17 tertiary institutions have all reported cases of Covid-19. The second wave is really giving problems to the problems and he is very likely to close down schools to avert the
The popular Ghanaian actress, producer, social media influencer and writer Lydia Forson again has left her fans jaw-dropping after she released some hot pictures on her social media handle. The actress is known from Mankessim in the central region of Ghana. She was born on 24th October 1984. She had her early childhood education at Wilmore Elementary School Kentucky. Later moved to Ghana and stayed at Akosombo with her parents where she continued her education at Akosombo International School. She is known as
During the day, the sun produced heat and light, so it was the first source of energy.
I last wrote an article requesting for a closure of all basic schools (Primary and Nursery). Not actually all the levels of basic schools but only primary and Nursery as the basic system has been extended to the senior high school level. In that statement, I indicated that these levels of students are more prone to the disease because they cannot protect themselves well compared to the other institutions if higher learning. Not long after the release of that article, a private school in Akosombo recorded 40
Tema – Akosombo road accident injures two health officials Road accident which is becoming vibrant on our roads in 2021, has occurred again to hospital officials transporting a patient, on the Tema to Akosombo highway. The only highway which links Tema, Akosombo and other neighboring towns, is the Tema to Akosombo highway. It is the major road which travellers from Tema and Aahiaman, uses before getting to the Volta and Oti regions. The road whose minimum speeding limit is 55km/h, is the most busiest road
A lot of industries and factories were built to provide jobs for the ever growing youth in order to reduce the unemployment rate in the country. As the rate of unemployment keeps worsening each day, I have compiled a list of abandoned factories which were constructed by past governments and were closed down due to one reason or the other. 1.Akosombo Textiles limited is one of such factories which have been abandoned despite the constant plea by the youth for jobs. Akosombo textiles limited was constructed in
A virologist at the university of Cape Coast (UCC), Dr. Samuel Essien-Baidoo, has called on dad and mom to periodically test the experience of odor and taste in their youngsters as a way to are looking for quick scientific assist as those are a number of the "ideal" Covid-19 signs, apart from the excessive fever. Dr Essien-Baidoo, who changed into speak me in an interview on connect FM's Orokodo Kasaebo on Tuesday, February 9, however, assured Mother and father that there is no motive for alarm at the same
Lake Volta is beleived to be the largest man-made lake in the world by surface area, which is covers 8,502 square kilometres (3,283 sq mi), which is 3.6% of Ghana's land area.
We all know it's very important to protect ourselves from the deadly virus called Covid-19 which started on the March 2020. This second wave of Covid-19 is very dangerous to the that, it kills easily and faster than the first wave. In Ghana, the president stated in his 23rd address to the nation that, schools will still continue because they're recording low cases and 5 days after that, there have been 40 cases from student in Akosombo which means Our president must do something about this. I encourage you to
Thanks for clicking on this piece, kindly do me a favor by following me for more updates as far as covid-19 is concerned. The spread of the second wave of the coronavirus in Ghana is not stopping any moment as more people in the country are getting infected with the covid-19. If you look at the rate at which people are contracting the virus is very alarming in the country. According to the Ghana Health service, a certain school in the Akosombo have recorded 79 cases. Out of this, seventy four students have contracted
The Executive Director of the National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA), Dr. Hilda Ampadu has disclosed that 79 covid-19 cases have been recorded so far in Akosombo International School in the Eastern Region. Speaking to the media, she disclosed that out of the total infections, 74 are students whereas the remaining 5 staff members. “We got a report on a school in Akosombo and my inspectors were there to ascertain the situation on the ground and it was confirmed that there are positive cases there.
40 confirmed Covid 19 cases have been registered by a private school in Akosombo in the Eastern district of Asuogyaman. This was shown by Dr Winfred Ofosu, regional director of the GHS in the region. While Dr. Ofosu refused the name of the school, the majority of reported cases were between students and staff who visited various health facilities in the electoral district The Regional Director said in an interview with JoyNews' Maxwell Kudekor that while the number is troubling, all students are asymptomatic
The current spread of the Coronavirus in the country gradually becoming serious. The spread seems to have finally entered the gates of some schools in Ghana, spreading among some students. Just recently, it has been noted that, a school at Akosombo within the Asuogyaman district, Eastern region has recorded 40 cases of the Covid-19. This revelation was done by Dr. Winfred Ofosu, who happens to be the Eastern Regional Health Directorate of the Ghana Health Services. It is believed that, the students involved
A good woman is going to work herself out trying to help you and live her calling all at once. The lady in red in this picture is my practical example of this. I have to force rest many times. Sometimes I ask, "when will you be coming to bed", I know that the "at midnight" is not exactly a lie but when I see the task in her hands, I know I will be up at 5 am to see her work. Well, this trip to Akosombo to be a blessing all weekend was after one of such all-night work. Her eyes tell the story! This is besides
So many positive cases have been recorded since the re-opening of schools as it has been stated by the Ghana health authority. Prominent among them is the Akosombo international school in Eastern region of Ghana where 77 cases have so far been recorded. Despite the surge in the covid-19 positive cases,the Educational minister-designate has backed the government not to close down schools in the country. According to him, the Ghana health service and the Ghana education service are doing their possible best so
After the republic of Ghana is out of the election days the corona virus has returned after he pretended to have taken a partial break. After 40 students in a private school at Akosombo were tasted positive of COVID19 the sickness is killing here and there not only in Ghana but in the whole world. This COVID 19 pandemic has started increasing it number everyday and according to the government this might due to the non social distancing practiced in our various social gathering places like market, church and