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SOCIETY

Western Regional Minister did not command MMDAs to make a contribution to the funeral of his father

According to the RCC, a letter reportedly issued by the Chief Director of the Western Regional Ministry should not be considered. "He [Minister] has not directed the Metropolitan, Municipal, and District (MMDCE) Executives to pay for his father's or any other funeral.

  2 months ago ago
Western Regional Minister did not command MMDAs to make a contribution to the funeral of his father

SOCIETY

Is It By Force?- Ghanaians Reacts To Letter Ordering MMDCEs To Contribute Towards Upcoming Funeral

Ghanaians have reacted to a letter ordering MMDCEs and MMDCDs to contribute towards upcoming funeral in the country. The letter head stated that: "CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE FINAL FUNERAL RITES OF THE LATE NANA BOANYINA ADUSEI MENSAH II-BOANIMHENE, FATHER OF THE HON, REGIONAL MINISTER, HON.

  2 months ago ago
Is It By Force?- Ghanaians Reacts To Letter Ordering MMDCEs To Contribute Towards Upcoming Funeral

POLITICS

Good News From President Nana Addo To The Good People Of Ketu South

Good News There is an extension of the Presidential Business Support Programme to all the MMDAs in Ghana to train and support local businesses to build the local economies as part of the Ghana beyond Aid agenda. The training is focused on helping the various businesses and entrepreneurs to bounce back from the effects of the Covid19. Each MMDA is supposed to select 100 businesses to fill a form to be part of the training. The training is a one day training program due to the covid19. The only task of the Assembly

  1 year ago ago
Good News From President Nana Addo To The Good People Of Ketu South

ECONOMY-FINANCE

GH¢60Million LPG Investments In Limbo - Marketers Appeal For Ban To be Lifted

The Minister for Energy, Mathew Opoku Prempeh, is yet to respond to a petition from the LPG Marketing Companies Association, which catalogues litany of problems bedeviling that rear-field of investment.Chiefly amongst their challenges is the fact that “…about one hundred (100) LPG retail outlets at various stages of construction across the country”, which approximates to about sixty (60) million Ghana Cedis (about ten (10) million US Dollars) worth of investments into the acquisition which were at various stages of completion, prior to the Atomic Junction incident, in October 2017, is in limbo.

  6 months ago ago
GH¢60Million LPG Investments In Limbo - Marketers Appeal For Ban To be Lifted

EDUCATION

NABCO Trainees permanent Employment, the only way Fresh Graduates can have confidence in the Gov't.

Thank you for clicking on this article.About three years ago, Youth in Ghana who have completed various tertiary institutions heard a good news and it was joy all over the country.

  8 months ago ago
NABCO Trainees permanent Employment, the only way Fresh Graduates can have confidence in the Gov't.

ENTERTAINMENT

List of aspiring MMDCE's for various MMDA's in Central Region Pop Up

Below are all the aspiring MMDCE's for various MMDA's in Central Region and dates for their vetting A. EFFUTU 1.Richmond Kofi Mensah 2.Yakubu Quansah 3.Kassim Zubeiru 4.Emmanuel A. Enninful 5.J.B.Ninson 6.Prince Percy Taylor 7.Ebenezer Koomson B. CAPE COAST 1.Sampson Amponsah Atiako 2.

  6 months ago ago
List of aspiring MMDCE's for various MMDA's in Central Region Pop Up

POLITICS

Police prevent distressed construction workers from interrupting Tema interchange commissioning

Officers of the Ghana Police Service today savaged a situation that could have mar President AkufoAddo’s commissioning of the Tema Motorway Interchange. But for the swift intervention of the police, the program would have been halted as agitated construction workers held placards in full force to demonstrate. In the video, the workers held placards, wrapped red calico on their heads and hands ready to march to the spot where the program was been held. The Police tried  to calm the agitated workers down b

  1 year ago ago
Police prevent distressed construction workers from interrupting Tema interchange commissioning

POLITICS

Good News From President Nana Addo To The Good People Of Ketu South

Good News From President Nana Addo To The Good People Of Ketu South Good News There is an extension of the Presidential Business Support Programme to all the MMDAs in Ghana to train and support local businesses to build the local economies as part of the Ghana beyond Aid agenda. The training is focused on helping the various businesses and entrepreneurs to bounce back from the effects of the Covid19. Each MMDA is supposed to select 100 businesses to fill a form to be part of the training. The training is a one

  1 year ago ago
Good News From President Nana Addo To The Good People Of Ketu South

BUSINESS

Step By Step Procedure Of How To Acquire A Residential Building Permit In Ghana

It is the dream of everyone to put up a building for themselves. For some, that dream is realized much earlier in life whilst it will take others a longer period to acquire a land and put up a structure on it; obviously due to financial constraints. Even more worrying is the fact that putting up a decent residential apartment in Ghana today involves lots of money. Trust you me, if you build a house today and you don’t feel the financial tussle in your muscles, then you should be counted amongst the “Richest”

  1 year ago ago
Step By Step Procedure Of How To Acquire A Residential Building Permit In Ghana

POLITICS

'Do not overspeed' – Akufo-Addo urge motorists

President Akufo-Addo has advised motorists to resist temptations to overspeed on the newly commissioned Tema Motorway interchange. According to him, good roads should aid in the economic progress of the country and not facilitate the killing of its citizens. “Resist the temptation to overspeed, motorist must be responsible, better roads should be a catalyst for national development and not instrument of death and pain” “It is time we brought road accident in the country under control,” he said. He

  1 year ago ago
'Do not overspeed' – Akufo-Addo urge motorists