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KKFU to Train👉 1500 Young Women in Cocoa Farming by 2025

The Kuapa Kokoo Co-operative Cocoa Farmers and Marketing Union Limited (KKFU) has laid down plans to train and enroll 1500 young women into cocoa farming in the next five years.

This was disclosed at the 25th Annual Delegates Conference of the KKFU for 2018/19 in Kumasi.

The program which …

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Rawlings Consoles 👉Volta Regional NDC Chairman

The founder and Chairman of the Council of Elders of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Jerry John Rawlings, has called for the core values of comradeship to be re-centred in the heart and soul of the party.

The former President made the call on Thursday when he called on Mr …

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At Least Three Shot During👉 Clashes at Damba Celebration at Bimbilla

At least three people have sustained gunshot wounds in Bimbilla in the North East Region following clashes between a section of Damba celebrants in the community and some security personnel.

A joint police-military force invaded the community and allegedly attacked the celebrants while they were performing the Damba rites.

The …

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Govt to Provide 👉Total Access to💡 Electricity by 2030

The government has announced plans to provide universal access to electricity by 2030.

It intends to use solar energy to bridge the 15 per cent gap in the provision of electricity across the country.

The Minister of Energy, Mr John Peter Amewu, announced this in Accra yesterday in a speech …

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Parliament Hosts Prime Minister of 🇧🇧Barbados Today

The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley will address the Ghanaian Parliament today as part of activities in her 3-day state visit.

Her address and visit fall in line with the government's agenda in the "Year of Return".

Mia Amor Mottley, who arrived on Thursday, will also later hold …

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National Cathedral Will Cost 💲100m - 🔊Ofori-Atta

Ken Ofori-Atta, the Minister of Finance has disclosed that the proposed National Cathedral will cost $100m.

He said the government will be financing 20 percent of the proposed cost.

Speaking on Accra based Asempa FM, Ofori Atta said the government will be committing $20 million to the project.

The building …

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Ghs205.6m in Tax Savings 👉Made From Common Platform - 🔊Ursula

The Minister for Communications Ursula Owusu Ekuful has disclosed that the state has accumulated an amount of GHS205.6 million in tax savings on fraud management following the introduction of the Common Platform(CP).

Addressing Journalists in Accra, the Minister said the overall duration of the 5-year contract is expected …

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JUSAG Suspends👎 Strike After👉 Meeting Management of Judicial Service

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has suspended its two-day-old strike, after meeting with Management of the Judicial Service.

The suspension comes shortly after the NLC secured an interlocutory injunction from the Accra High Court, restricting JUSAG from continuing with its strike.

JUSAG had earlier maintained that its …

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University of Ghana Exceeds👉 Female-Male Enrolment Ratio

The University of Ghana has exceeded its target of achieving a female-male enrolment ratio of 50:50 by the year 2020.

Out of the total enrolment of 18,212 recorded by the university during the 2019/2020 academic year, 9,288 were female, while 8,924 were males, indicating a …

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Minority Gives 👉Akufo -Addo Three Day to Distribute🚑 Ambulances

The minority in parliament has given president Akufo- Addo a three-day ultimatum to distribute ambulances procured under the “One District One Ambulance” programme.

The “One District One Ambulance” programme aims at beefing up the number of ambulances in the country from 55 to at least 275.

Addressing the media in …

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3,838 Drivers Fined 💰Gh¢2,072,286

About 3,838 drivers were convicted by the Motor Traffic Courts to fines totalling GH¢2,072,286.00 for various road traffic offences in the country for the past ten months of this year.

They were arrested for speeding, drunk driving , driving without licences, using worn out tyres, using …

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