Author: Kofi Modern

Residents of Kotokuom and its surrounding communities in the Atwima Mponua District are urgently calling on the government to address the dire condition of their main bridge. The affected communities, including Kotokuom, Amadaa, Boatengkrom, Kyenkyenso, Anyinasa, Attaso, and Obookrom, have been grappling with the deteriorating state of the bridge, which has become a significant cause for concern. The Queen Mother of Kotokuom, Nana Akua Afriyie Owoabrempong, highlighted the detrimental impact of illegal mining activities on the bridge’s structural integrity. Heavy-duty machinery used in these activities has exacerbated the bridge’s deterioration, bringing it perilously close to collapse. Local residents have expressed…

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Former President Mahama boldly said he will sack public officials in his next government engaging in mining activities. “If you are a minister, a D.C.E, or an office holder and you undertake mining activity, I will sack you,” he declared. This declaration sent shockwaves through the political landscape, underscoring the government’s commitment to tackling illegal mining activities, also known as “galamsey.” Former President Mahama emphasized that individuals in public office must choose between serving the public or engaging in mining businesses. My government will not overlook the detrimental impact of illegal mining on the environment, particularly the degradation of lands…

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The Vice President of the Republic of Ghana Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has assured the chiefs and people of the Savannah region on the completion of the Daboya bridge before the end of this year. His Excellency Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia gave the assurance during his campaign trail at Damongo in the West Gonja Municipality of the Savannah region on Wednesday. The streets of Damongo came to life with red, white and blue colors as the campaign trail of his Excellency Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia made its way into the heart of the region on Wednesday. The Vice President and…

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PRE-TERTIARY TEACHER UNIONS GIVES GOVT UP TO MAY 31 TO CONCERNS OF ALLOWANCES Members of the various Teacher Unions have embarked on a demonstration in solidarity with demands by the Union’s hierarchy, demanding improved conditions of service, giving government up to May 31st to address concerns or advice themselves. The Unions hit the streets of Koforidua on Wednesday to call on the government to approve the four recommended allowances tabled by the Unions’ leadership out of 17. The unions included the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), and Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana (CCT-GH).…

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Over nine hundred names are allegedly missing in the Electoral Commission data base in the Upper West Region. The Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress Mustapha gbande has indicated that over nine hundred names are missing in the data of the Electoral Commission. The NDC says they have observed that the deletion of names is a calculated attempt by the Electoral Commission give advantage to new patriotic party in 2024 general election.this was reveal by the  deputy general secretary Mustapha Gbande made this known at press briefing in Wa. The NDC Deputy General secretary Mustapha Gbande has been …

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The Kasoa-Winneba Highway has been witnessing huge traffic jams as a result of ongoing construction works along the stretch. The situation has been exacerbated by the lack of optional routes for motorists causing discomforted users of the road to demand for immediate provisions. Here’s more in the following report by Akwasi Addo. Travel time on the stretch has quadrupled. On a normal day devoid of any hindrance it should take motorists less than an hour to cover the distance. But these days it takes close to three hours. On weekends and as witnessed last Sunday it took some commuters between…

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