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Ghana to benefit from university of edinburgh clean water project


Water supplies in West African villages could be made safer to drink, thanks to a project by environmental engineers. Researchers are to travel to Ghana to test a sustainable technique for lowering dangerously high levels of fluoride and other contaminants in domestic water supplies. Engineers will add local clay to samples of water, in which it will combine with fluoride ...

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NDC Bribes With Cars And Cash


A COPY of a secret recording available to the Daily Guide newspaper has exposed the desperation of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to win power at all cost by wooing journalists with cash to pursue the agenda of the Mills-led government. The audio tape, which was allegedly recorded during a meeting with a selected group of journalists sympathetic to ...

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Ghana bans export of some vegetables to EU market


The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA), has placed a temporary ban on exports of some vegetables to the European Union market. The ban would remain in place until all issues on interceptions by the Food and Vegetable Office (PVO) of the European Commission (EC) are addressed. The affected vegetables include; Capsicum, Solanum species- Aubergines, Momordica, Luffa and Lagenaria (gourd ...

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Jailing of Montie 3 unconstitutional – Martin Amidu


One of Ghana’s most respected legal luminaries, and a former Attorney General and Minister of Justice in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration, Martin A. B. K Amidu, has described as unconstitutional, the procedure adopted by the Supreme Court in jailing the Montie FM trio. The man, whose pursuit of justice for the state earned him the title ‘citizen vigilante,’thus ...

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