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  • Effia-Nkwanta Hospital Lacks Incubators
    The lack of incubators and skilled hands to cater for preterm babies continues to affect their survival rate and thereby increasing mortality among babies in that condition. Statistics available at the Effia-Nkwanta hospital revealed that between June and September this year, of the 14 percent of babies admitted with preterm conditions, 41 per c …
  • 204 People In Brong-Ahafo Have Died Through Road Accidents
    Two hundred and four people died through road crashes in Brong-Ahafo from January to October this year, Mr Kwasi Agyenim-Boateng, the Regional Head of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), has said. More than 584 others sustained various degrees of injuries in the accidents mostly recorded on the Techiman-Kintampo highway, In an intervi …
  • Debt: A Necessary Evil In Bridging Infrastructural Lapses
    Infrastructure remains one of the most significant challenges facing third world and developing countries. The case is no different for Ghana. Available statistics from the Ministry for Works and Housing indicate that Ghana 39;s housing deficit stands at 1.7 million. Additionally, Ghana 39;s road network grows at an average rate of 8% per a …
  • Youngest American philanthropist made citizen of Hemang
    The Chief of Hemang, Nana Appau Wiafe Ababio Sanwansa, has bestowed honorary citizenship on an 11-year-old American philanthropist, Khloe Thompson, of the Khloe Kares Foundation. The gesture follows the donation of a borehole to the Hemang Roman Catholic Primary School by the Khloe Kares Foundation, under its Khloe Kares Living Water project. It …
  • AWCON 2018: Equatorial Guinea Coach Jean-Paul Mpila Blames CAF For Heavy Defeat To Zambia
    Coach of Equatorial Guinea 39;s female senior team, Jean-Paul Mpila says his side 39;s 5-0 humiliation at the hands of Zambia was due to top CAF 39;s delay in reinstating them to the AWCON. Equatorial Guinea were initially withdrawn from the competition for allegedly fielding an eligible player during the qualifiers against Kenya but …
  • AWCON 2018: Win Was For The People Back Home – Banyana Banyana Coach Ellis
    South African women 39;s coach Desiree Ellis says their 1-0 victory over Nigeria in the opening fixture of the ongoing Africa Women 39;s Cup of Nations Group was for the South African people back home. The Banyana Banyana went into the opening game of the competition against the Super Falcons at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium as underdog …
  • Refresher Training Needed For Health Care Providers
    Madam Rebecca Matthew, the Principal Midwifery Officer at the reproductive health unit of the Tamale Teaching Hospital, has said that healthcare providers need regular refresher training programmes to keep themselves abreast with developments in the sector. She said the training was relevant in ensuring that patients, particularly Persons With D …
  • UDS To Ger Business Investment Centre
    By Mbugri Rashid, GNA, Dungu (N/R), Nov. 18, GNA – Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye, the Vice-Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS), has announced the university 39;s intention to establish a Business Investment Centre (BIC) to support people with business innovation to help carry out pre-incubation, incubation and accelerated ser …
  • Police Capo Injures Woman After Firing Into Car
    A Police constable at a duty checkpoint at the Moree tollbooth in the Central Region has injured a woman after he fired into a vehicle because the driver had refused to pay a road toll of 50 pesewes. According to an eyewitness who spoke to Citi News, the driver of the private saloon car who was travelling from Cape Coast to Accra upon rea …
  • Government Discovers 7 Zongo Youth Killed By Police Were Innocent
    The seven persons shot dead by police at Manso Nkwanta in the Ashanti region were innocent, says the Information Ministry. A statement signed by Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah reported the findings from a fact-finding committee, which was set up to look into the killings that sparked violence in Manso Nkwanta which is the capital of th …
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