Soldiers, Police clash in Upper East over camouflage

Some soldiers and police officers in the Upper East region flexed muscles Sunday in a row over a military uniform. Tension mounted to an alarming peak where the police received strong orders amid war songs to unlock their arms depot in the regional capital, Bolgatanga, to open fire on a peacekeeping military detachment who, as a bloody showdown loomed heavily […]

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Koforidua Technical University teachers on strike

The Koforidua branch of the Technical University Teachers Association (TUTAG) has served noticed to begin a full scale sit-down strike Thursday, 8 March 2018, if government fails to withdraw proposed amendment to the Technical University Bill 2017. The bill seeks to transfer power from the governing council of Technical Universities to the National Council for Tertiary Education. According to them, […]

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Rawlings advocates five-year presidential term

Former President Jerry John Rawlings says based on his personal experiences and observations, he believes two five-year terms should be enough for Presidents serving under a constitutional democracy. He added that in most four-year terms, the first year is used in getting acclimatized to the office and the last year turns into a political crusade of campaigns, leaving but a […]

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Tax stamp: Two companies shut down, more to follow

More businesses which are affected by the excise tax stamp policy are to shut down their operations in the coming weeks over high cost of operation. The situation is expected to lead to possible shortages and eventual increase in prices, if authorities fail to step in. The warning is the latest from the Food and Beverage Manufacturers’ Association of Ghana. […]

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