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Stakeholders Meet Over The Enforcement Of Fisheries Laws


Ellen Agbavor The Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture, Hon. Elizabeth Naa Aforley Quaye, has pointed out that the weakest link in the management of fishery is the enforcement of the fisheries law. According to her, the Navy, Marine Police, Fisheries enforcement Unit alone cannot enforce the laws, hence the Fisheries Enforcement unit (FEU), faces serious challenges. She added that, “There ...

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STAR-Ghana Enters Second Phase Of Implementation


Rainey Smith, Takoradi Mr. Akoto Ampaw, a member of the Steering Committee of the Strengthening Transparency Accountability and Responsiveness in Ghana Programme (STAR-Ghana), has said the programme is in its second phase of implementation. He said the first phase, which took off in October 2010, ended in April last year and the programme is building on the results of the ...

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US Threatens To Withdraw Aid To Ghana

Ambassador for United States of America (USA) to Ghana, Mr Robert P. Jackson

… If Human Trafficking Is Not Eradicated The Ambassador for United States of America (USA) to Ghana, Mr Robert P. Jackson has warned that Ghana risks losing USAID if the country does not step up efforts against human trafficking. He emphasized on the commitment of the United States of America to stopping human trade in the country and globally. Speaking ...

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Chief Naatia Salifu Donates To Kpantinga Witches Camp


Prosper Agbenyega Chief Naatia Salifu, a Tamale based philanthropist has presented some items to inmates of the Kpantinga witches camp in the Northern Region. The items included 16 bags of maize, 10 bags of rice and undisclosed amounts of money to help with the daily upkeep of the inmates. Speaking in an interview when he went to the camp in ...

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MP Provides For Muslims In Agona East


  Hon. Queenstar Pokuah Sawyerr, MP for Agona East once again provided for the needs of Muslims in the constituency during the period of Ramadan. Muslims from various communities of the constituency converged at her residence at her invitation to receive a five kilo pack of rice, sugar and some amount of money each neatly packed in white envelopes for ...

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MTN Donates To Chief Imam Towards Eidul Fitr


Prosper Agbenyega MTN, leading Telecommunications Company in the country has made donations to the National Chief Imam, Sheik Osman Nuhu Shaributu towards the celebration of this year’s Eidul Fitr. The donation according to the Company is their humble support towards a successful celebration. The items include; airtime worth of GhC500, ten bags of rice, two cartons of vegetable oil, ten ...

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I Believe In Destiny- Rev. Adoboah

  The General Overseer of House of Judah Prayer Ministry has asked Ghanaians to stop reading spiritual meaning into everything that happens in their life, but see the situation as a means destined by God. According to him, people who die through accidents whether on the road, suicide, murder and the rest are all destined to exit the earth through ...

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Mothers Blamed For Low Patronage Of Fathers’ Day Celebration By Children

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A cross section of public, including members of the Clergy have attributed the low patronage of the celebration of Fathers’ Day by children to what they call brainwashing of the children by some mothers against fathers. According to them, some mothers turn to portray positive perception about the father to their children, making the children to have greater affection to ...

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Give Me Positive Ideas

President Akufo-Addo

  …Prez. Appeals To Council of State Prosper Agbenyega The President, Nana Addo  Danquah Akufo-Addo has challenged members of the Council of State to offer him and his government, constructive ideas, opinions and advise so as to be able to deliver effectively on his promises to the people of Ghana. He said his government will cooperate fully with the Council ...

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Extortion Galore At Aflao Border


Immigration Officers Detaining Travelers For Failing To Pay Gh10.00  Prosper Agbenyega Some travelers who use the Aflao border as entry and exit point to and from Ghana, have complained bitterly about the activities of some Immigration Officers stationed at the border. Speaking to some aggrieved travelers at the border, they indicated that the rate at which officers at the border ...

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