Selective tendering cause of inflated road projects – Contractor

The immediate past President of the Association of Road Contractors -Ghana, Joseph Ebo Hewton, has attributed the cause of inflated cost of road projects in Ghana on what he described as selective tendering. According to him, contractors take advantage of that to bloat contract sums when such processes are used for awarding contracts because it does not create competition. Mr. Hewton made the […]

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Over 100 Prempeh College students face dismissal for poor performance

More than 100 students have been withdrawn or will be repeated by school authorities at Prempeh College in Kumasi for non-performance following implementation of government’s Free Senior High School (SHS) programme. The affected students have been served with letters notifying them that they will either be dismissed or repeated by the Senior High School. The school, however, is in a […]

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Turn away from contraception misconception – Dr. Gloria Quansah

The Ghana Health Service is urging the public to turn away from the misconception, superstition and religious beliefs attached to the use of contraception in the country. According to the Deputy Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr. Gloria Quansah there should be a persistent collaborative effort by all stakeholders in the health sector to inculcate the importance […]

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Stop complaining and expose corrupt contractors – MP to gov’t

The member of parliament for Adaklu Constituency, and The Ranking Member of Parliament’s Roads and Highways Committee, Kwame Agbodza, has asked government to stop complaining and expose any corrupt contractors they claimed have ripped off the state by inflating contract costs. Mr. Agbodza says government is tactically trying to cover their poor performance with this unnecessary complaint. His response follows […]

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