Gov’t lifts ban on recruitment of teachers; 22,000 cleared

The Ministry of Education has received clearance to employ over 22,000 education workers –both teaching and non-teaching staff. This comes after years of a temporary moratorium on employment in the education sector. The Minister of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh, who made the announcement of the floor of Parliament on Tuesday, said “the ministry has received clearance to replace, recruit, reappoint […]

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Go on ‘Thank you tour’ – NDC chairmen urge Mahama

All 10 regional chairmen of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have asked former president John Mahama to embark on a ‘Thank you tour’ to appreciate party loyalists for their support during the December 2016 polls. They believe the tour, although belated, will help in the party’s reconciliatory and healing process. Following the NDC’s defeat in the December 2016, there appear to […]

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Bureau of Public Safety to sue over delayed Atomic Junction explosion report

The Executive Director of the Bureau of Public Safety says the Interior Ministry’s continuous non-disclosure of reports into fire disasters is doing the country more harm than good. Nana Yaw Akwada wondered what could be so secretitve about the reports to warrant treating them as classified information. “There is nothing mysterious about investigations reports”, he told Joy News’ Gifty Andoh […]

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