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Power outages not ‘dumsor’ – Amewu

Mr John Peter Amewu, Minister of Energy has assured Ghanaians that the recent power outages across parts of the country are by no means the return of “dumsor”. According to him the government is working assiduously to address the situation and also ensure that the power system of Ghana functions …

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Ningo Traditional Council wants Sam George’s constituency divided

The Ningo Traditional Council (NTC) has written to the Electoral Commission of Ghana appealing for the creation of Ningo constituency out of the Ningo-Prampram Constituency. The constituency in the Greater Accra Region which also serves as a district is made up of Ningo traditional area and the Prampram traditional area. …

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LIVESTREAMING: Newsfile on Joynews

Newsfile today focuses on variety of headlining stories spanning the chaos that has engulfed the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) campus following the dismissal of some Senior Officials and lecturers in the school to the suit filed by supposed ‘Militia’ group; The Eye against Multimedia Investigative Journalist, Manasseh Azure. UEW …

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Too early to write off vigilantism legislation – Lawyer

Private Legal Practitioner, Martin Kpebu says it is early days yet for Ghanaians to shoot down plans by government to formulate a law to end activities of political militias in the country. While the two main political parties — the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) …

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I’ve not been reinstated – Suspended UEW lecturer

One of the suspended lecturers at the University of Education-Winneba Dr. Emmanuel Sarpong has said he has not be recalled back to post, contrary to claims in the media. Media reports suggest all lecturers who were either sacked or suspended by the embattled Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Afful-Broni …

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