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OTHERS

202 Aliens Have Been Cought Entering Ghana Through Aflao Border

Reports reaching the media indicates that some aliens were trying to sneak their way into Ghana but were stoped by the Ghana immigration service at Aflao. According to sources, the foreigners were traveling in a bus which is said to have been coming from Niger, one of the African countries.

  1 day ago ago
202 Aliens Have Been Cought Entering Ghana Through Aflao Border

MILITARY

107 foreigners nabbed in security ops to fend off terrorist attack

One hundred and seven (107) foreign nationals, suspected to be involved in illegal and criminal activities alongside 279 Ghanaians have been arrested in an on-going joint security operation to prevent any terrorists from striking at the country. The foreign nationals are from Burkina-Faso, Mali, Togo, Niger and Nigeria.

  1 day ago ago
107 foreigners nabbed in security ops to fend off terrorist attack

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

CAGD Requests for Passport, other Data Again After Upgrading their System

Some Public Sector workers in Ghana have been directed to make their details available to controller and Accountant Generals Department to be able to access services. The Information include a Passport picture if one has not updated the system with theirs. They Explained that the passport pictures didn't meet their requirements, some had a larger dimension than what they expected and as a result requested for it.

  4 days ago ago
CAGD Requests for Passport, other Data Again After Upgrading their System

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Hidden Codes for Android

Hidden Codes for Android Android platform is known for its customization. The Android smartphone holds a large amount of information about its hardware and system, that a common user might find difficult to access. But, if you know Android's secret codes, you can find all the hidden information and do lot more customization to your handset.

  5 days ago ago
Hidden Codes for Android

OTHERS

MTTD Begin Naming and Shaming Of Drivers Caught By Surveillance Cameras Breaking Traffic Rules

Owners of vehicles with the following number plates have been told to report to the Accra Central Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) office, at Tudu within 24 hours, to assist in investigations. There are GN 5579- 20, MAJESTY 1, GR 7648- 15, GR 1460- 19 and GN 2939- 14. This is because the drivers of the affected vehicles were captured by the Motor Traffic Monitoring and Surveillance Centre of the Ghana Police Service breaking traffic regulations in the National capital. The surveillance took place

  3 days ago ago
MTTD Begin Naming and Shaming Of Drivers Caught By Surveillance Cameras Breaking Traffic Rules

EDUCATION

GES Will Recruit Teachers Before Dec 31 - Dept. Ministry Of Education PRO Assures

The Deputy spokesman for the Ministry of Education, Mr Yaw Opoku Mensah after graduate teachers raised concerns over the recruitment deadline has said the Ghana Education Service will recruit teachers before December 31, 2021. Speaking to on Thursday, November 18th 2021 at the Point program on Citinewsroom the Education Ministry spokesperson said even though the 2021 academic year is about to end however his outfit and the GES are working to start the recruitment proces.

  11 days ago ago
GES Will Recruit Teachers Before Dec 31 - Dept. Ministry Of Education PRO Assures

SOCIETY

Check Out Four Notorious Armed Robbers Arrested Under The Leadership Of Dampare.

The case of armed robbery in Ghana was escalating as the day goes by. From the attack on the bullion van to the snatching of peoples money using motorcycles. This was a very disturbing situation in the county as no one was feeling safe from these numerous attacked by armed robbers.

  19 days ago ago
Check Out Four Notorious Armed Robbers Arrested Under The Leadership Of Dampare.

SOCIETY

Reflections on Prominent People Who Died Through Road Accidents As Ghana's Rate Is At All Time High.

Conversations have spark up as there are growing concerns about the recent rate of road accidents in Ghana. Road accidents have killed many over the years but this year's (2021) statistics is scary. According to the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service, it has recorded 2,126 deaths from January to September (9 months).

  15 days ago ago
Reflections on Prominent People Who Died Through Road Accidents As Ghana's Rate Is At All Time High.

SOCIETY

401 People Die In Ashanti Region Road Accidents Due To Human Error.

Road accidents in Ghana are taking out the lives of innocent Ghanaians. The causes of this calamity are always different from one point of view to another. This research has been executed to provide expedient information on contributing factors to road accidents in Ghana. Speaking at this year's World Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims in Kumasi, ASP Okyere said the statistics on road traffic accidents in the region were a bit scary as 401 people die in the Ashanti region alone due to road accidents.

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401 People Die In Ashanti Region Road Accidents Due To Human Error.

EDUCATION

OPINION:Blame GES And Teacher Unions For Wrongful Deductions From Teachers' Salary

The Controller and Accountant General's Department has reacted to the news making waves on social media that the Department has woefully deducted about GHC 1,000 from teachers' November salary when the validation window was opened. Many teachers were swift to point fingers at the Controller for deducting the said amount of money, forgetting that the Department cannot effect any deductions unless the employee has mandated them through a third party and in this case, the employer (GES) and the various teacher unions.

  3 days ago ago
OPINION:Blame GES And Teacher Unions For Wrongful Deductions From Teachers' Salary

CAREER-JOBS

NABCO Trainees Directed to Return to Work till further Notice [Letter]

The National Secretariat of Nation Builders Corps Headed by Dr. Ibrahim Anyars has informed Trainees in an Official Communique to return to post whilst the process documents to make them permanent. The Communique was released on the Official NABCO social Median hand and it added that new trainees will be recruited in 2022 to conine with the policy.

  14 days ago ago
NABCO Trainees Directed to Return to Work till further Notice [Letter]

HEALTH

How to stay safe from covid-19

The Acting District Director of Ghana Health Services (GHS), Dr. Alfred Ampofo has advised the general public to take Covid-19 vaccine to defeat the deadly virus Speaking in an interview with the media at his office in Tuobodom, Dr Alfred Ampofo indicated that the best way to protect ourself from been killed by the Covid-19 virus is to get vaccinated

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How to stay safe from covid-19

CAREER-JOBS

A Laboratory Technician By Profession; Celebrating The Legacy And Music of Agya Koo Nimo.

Originally from Denkyira in the Central Region of Ghana, Agya Koo Nimo was born in Foase in the Atwima District in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Born Kwabena Boa-Amponsem, the guitarist, teacher and administrator was baptized as Daniel Amponsah in the Methodist Church. Whilst growing up, he developed his love for music when he joined some old women in the village who woke up at dawn on weekends to sing songs they described as ‘songs for nation building’.

  18 days ago ago
A Laboratory Technician By Profession; Celebrating The Legacy And Music of Agya Koo Nimo.

POLITICS

Ghanaians descend on Akoto on Facebook after saying his data shows no rise in food prices

Some time ago, Dr. Afriyie Akoto told Ghanaians that the Planting for Food and Jobs Initiative implemented by the current government was on a successful road, but in reality, it was struggling and begging for survival. This propaganda is still fresh in the minds of Ghanaians.

  13 days ago ago
Ghanaians descend on Akoto on Facebook after saying his data shows no rise in food prices

SOCIETY

Ghana police service make changes to screening centers.

Earlier yesterday there was a press release concerning the screening of all medical professionals and Lawyers who have who have qualified for the 2021 police recruitment. But later on a new press release was made by the police again. In order to make the screening centres more accessible to applicants and ensure their comfort, the Police Administration has made changes in its earlier arrangements.

  14 days ago ago
Ghana police service make changes to screening centers.

EDUCATION

BREAKING: Financial Clearance To Recruit Teachers Released. Teachers To Start Work On This Date

There is good news for teachers,, especially those from the public Colleges of Education in the country because the long-awaited opportunity to serve the Ghana Education Service is finally here. If you are a newly trained teacher who has successfully completed the mandatory national service and passed your teacher licensure examination, then this news goes to you.

  10 days ago ago
BREAKING: Financial Clearance To Recruit Teachers Released. Teachers To Start Work On This Date

SOCIETY

Gov’t abolishes all tolls on public roads

The government has removed all tolls on public highways and bridges, according to Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta. He claimed this takes effect immediately when the Budget is passed (after appropriation or now? ), during his presentation of the 2022 budget statement to Parliament on Wednesday, November 17.

  12 days ago ago
Gov’t abolishes all tolls on public roads

EDUCATION

Desist From Examination Malpractices — GES Cautions Candidates, Others

The Ghana Education Service every hear caution candidates, Supervisors, head masters and parents about cheating in examination when ever final year students are going to write BECE or WASSCE. In the wake of the rampant examination malpractices that clouded this year's WASSCE, the Ghana Education Service has advised candidates, invigilators, parents and supervisors to desist from engaging in any form of examination malpractices in all the 2,158 centers across the country.

  18 days ago ago
Desist From Examination Malpractices — GES Cautions Candidates, Others

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Government To Increase Charges On These Services In January

Fees and levies for all government services will increase by at least 15% beginning in January 2022. This is according to the 2022 budget announcement presented on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta. According to the paper, the new levies would be subject to an annual adjustment based on the average inflation rate, with the Finance Minister's approval.

  12 days ago ago
Government To Increase Charges On These Services In January

SOCIETY

Statistical Service to publish 2021 population census findings from October 2021

The Ghana Statistical Service Department (GSS) has announced that it is going to make known an initial report gathered from the 2021 National Population and Housing Census that was conducted a few months ago. The Department has said that it is going to publish this pieces of information in three folds with the first batch coming out on the 22nd of this month.

  2 months ago ago
Statistical Service to publish 2021 population census findings from October 2021