From Sebastian R. Freiku, Kumasi THE Ashanti Regional Minister, Dr. Samuel Sarpong has called on Ghanaians to give the call by President Mahama to patronize made in Ghana goods the needed push to help grow the economy locally. He said such ... Ghanaian Chronicle, 6 hours ago
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From Richard Owusu-Akyaw, Kumasi HUNDREDS OF workers of the Ashanti East district of the ElectricityCompany of Ghana (ECG) will soon be declared redundant as the ECG brings on ultra-modern Global Position Service embedded prepaid meters to ...Ghanaian Chronicle, 6 hours ago 120 security men to monitor Ashanti NDC elections Ghanaian Chronicle, 2 weeks ago Reinstate former MD now - ECG workers tell Prez Mahama Graphic Ghana, 9 hours ago Angry ECG workers demand reinstatement of sacked boss Modern Ghana, 3 days ago
From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi STAFFS OF the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) are on collision cause with the government following the decision by the President to dismiss the Managing Director of the company, Ing. Emmanuel Hutton-Mensah. The ...Ghanaian Chronicle, 6 hours ago Stop attacking ECG staff Police warns GhanaWeb, 2 days ago ECG Boss Fired Over Dumsor Daily Guide Ghana, 2 days ago ECG Staff fear for their lives Modern Ghana, 3 days ago
Kumasi, Nov. 22, GNA - Parents have been cautioned against feeding children, especially girls, with junk foods because d...
Dr. Emmanuel Kwame Asenso, a Naturopathic Medicine Practitioner, also noted that processed foods, including sweets, tended to destroy the internal organs and had no nutritional value. He gave the warning at the launch of the Ashanti Branch of the ...Ghana News Agency, 2 days ago Junk foods could cause barrenness Dr. Asenso Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Junk foods could cause barrenness? VibeGhana.com, 2 days ago
Kumasi, Nov 21, GNA - A Deputy National Secretary of the Public Service Workers Union (PSWU) has called for radical shift towards vocational and technical education, saying, this is the way to travel to lift more Ghanaians out of poverty. Mr.Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Public sectors workers stage protest march in Kumasi Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Workers Go Wild In Kumasi Modern Ghana, 2 days ago
Kumasi, Nov 21, GNA - Atta Tindana and Mohammed Iddrisu were found with an Israeli-made pistol on last Monday, November 17. Police Chief Superintendent Peter Baba, the Ashanti Regional Criminal Officer, told newsmen that the two were found in ...Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Two arrested over possession of firearm Ghana News Agency, 4 days ago 2 arrested over possession of firearm GhanaWeb, 3 days ago
Kumasi, Nov. 21, GNA - The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) was on Thursday honoured in Kumasi for its commitment and dedication to engineering education. This was at the College Students and Industrial Partners Awards a programme put together ...Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Kumasi Poly Assembles Laptops, iPads And iPhones In Ghana Modern Ghana, 2 days ago ECG cuts power to Kumasi Poly over GH¢3 million debt Graphic Ghana, 2 weeks ago Lights out for Kumasi Polytechnic over GH‚µ3million debt Modern Ghana, 2 weeks ago
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Kumasi, Nov 21, GNA The Suntreso Police in Kumasi are holding two people - a student and trader - over alleged attack and robbery of two sisters of their cash and phones. Richard Amankwa and Blessing Acquah were said to have forcibly seized four ...Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Old students build infirmary for Kumasi High School Graphic Ghana, 2 days ago
Kumasi, Nov 21, GNA - Eight people including woman died and five others sustained injuries when a speeding DAF container truck from Kwadaso in Kumasi to Obuasi Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Edmund Afutu of the Sofoline District Police ...Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago Drink driver kills 8 in Kumasi accident Graphic Ghana, 3 days ago Drunk Driver Kills 8 Modern Ghana, 2 days ago
Kumasi, Nov 21, GNA The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), has expressed worry over the prevailing high interest rates charged by the banks, which it says, is suffocating small-scale and medium enterprises. Mr. Robert Kwakye Nketia, Ashanti ...Ghana News Agency, 3 days ago
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