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Ahenfie Radio Broadcast local news and Sports from Ghana at 2am, 8am and 2pm Eastern Time every weekday
Multinational Brazilian companies working on the 695.6-kilometre Eastern Corridor Road project, have achieved four million man-hours without any accident, Otavio Schaitza, in charge of Communications for the project has said.
The Odebrecht Engineering and Construction International and Andrade Gutierrez are the consortium with more than over 65 years’ experience in the construction industry working on the national route N2 starting from Tema roundabout to Kulungugu, North-Eastern border with Burkina Faso. Continue reading →
Ghana's police chief has said if it gets to the crunch, nothing and nobody can stop him from blocking social media sites on Election Day if that is what it would take to safeguard the peace and security in the country.“I don’t want to use some words, I think everybody has his opinion, everybody is entitled to his opinion, I’m talking as a security person, and I know where I’m coming from and I know what has happened. …The world is now a global village and we have to compare with best practices, so, I don’t see what they are talking about. If it gets to the crunch… I think there is nothing that can stop anybody from going that way if it’s necessary,” Mr John Kudalor told Atiewin Mbillah of Class News on Friday May 27 in an exclusive interview. Continue reading →
Dr Osei Darkwah, President of the Ghana Telecom University College, says Information Communication Technology (ICT), could be used to improve the democratic process.He said ICT also enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of the e-governance system in the development of a country. Continue reading →
Mr Murtala Mohammed, the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, has called on Ghanaians to imbibe in their children the patronage of made-in- Ghana products.
“The only way to change the destiny of the country is to build the confidence of our children to patronise made-in-Ghana products,” Mr Mohammed stated at the re-opening of the African Art and Culture Development Company (AACD) Limited in Accra. Continue reading →
Mr Prosper Bani, Minister of the Interior on Friday assured United Nations (UN) representatives in the Ghana and all Ghanaians of peaceful elections come November 7, 2016.He said the security agencies in the country have been equipped with personnel and logistics among others to ensure that the upcoming elections remain as peaceful as ever. Continue reading →
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has for the first time in many years opened up on why he despises his own party, the National Democratic Congress, claiming that leading members of the ruling party stopped him from holding onto to power after his constitutional eight years mandate came to an end in 2000. Continue reading →
Some angry women of Atebubu in the Brong Ahafo Region have invoked curses on the Local Government Minister, Collins Dauda, General Secretary of the NDC Johnson Asiedu Nketia and Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, Eric Opoku.Some assembly members in the area were also cursed. Continue reading →
Ghana's Electoral Commission, according to Asante Akyem Central Member of Parliament Kwame Anyimadu-Antwi, should undertake a nationwide validation exercise to weed out ineligible persons on the poll roll if it is to fully comply with a recent Supreme Court directive to do so. Continue reading →