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Hundreds of young men and women who turned up at five police training depots last Saturday for enlistment into the Ghana Police Service left disappointed.
They found that their recruitment letters were fake and that the purported enlistment was a scam.
It took the police a hectic time to send away the victims, most of them university graduates, who had gone to the Kumasi, Koforidua, Pwalugu, Accra and Ho Police depots with their luggage to begin the training.
Meanwhile, the police have mounted an intensive search for the arrest of persons who are behind the recruitment scam.
According to the Director General in charge of the Press and Public Affairs Department of the Ghana Police Service, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Rev David Nenyi Ampah-Benin, the scam was so well organised that all the victims were given appointment letters purported to have been written by the police.
Victims of scam Read more...
The government has secured a $145-million credit facility from the World Bank and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help transform the agricultural sector into a vibrant commercial sector.
The facility is for the implementation of the Ghana Commercial Agricultural Project (GCAP) in the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) zone and parts of the Volta, Greater Accra and Eastern regions.
The GCAP is to support farmers in the SADA zone to cultivate maize, rice and soya, while those in the Accra Plains and Eastern and Volta regions will be supported to go into vegetable, fruit, maize and rice production.
To ensure the success of the programme, 10,000 hectares best suited for the development of improved rain-fed agriculture has been identified and developed in the Nasia-Nabogo Valley in the Northern Region for rice production. Read more...
The Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA) has warned that captains of vessels operating in Ghanaian waters and beyond who switch off their communication gadgets do so at their own risk.
Mr Peter Azumah, the Director General, GMA, said “help would only come when we know where you are when you are in distress.”
“For some strange reasons, some vessels just put of their gadgets and we cannot hear from them and these are the same vessels which often fall prey to pirates and discomfort,” he said Read more...
The future of pupils at Sokrung Bethlehem Methodist Primary School in the Upper West Akyem District of the Eastern region is nothing but gloomy as kids from kindergarten and nursery continue to study in very terrible conditions, Today can report.
And what makes the situation frightening, Today gathered, is the fact that pupils at the lower primaries (from primary One-Five,) share a death-trap caked-mud classroom which building is almost on the verge of collapsing. Today further learnt that the children often sit on the bare floor during lessons, whilst others share the tables and chairs.
“We are living in fear because our numerous complaints to school authorities concerning the deep cracks that have developed in almost all parts of our mud classroom buildings have not received any positive response.
“…but we fear that one day the building will collapse on us,” the distraught pupils and teachers told Today. According to the pupils, the school which was built with mud-clay as far back as 2010 has since not seen any rehabilitation works. Read more...
Mr. Stephen Kojo Engmen, a lecturer in Social Policy Analysis at the University for Development Studies (UDS), Wa Campus, has appealed to people in the Northern, Upper West and Upper East regions to see peace as a social capital.
Mr. Engmen, who spoke on: “Poverty alleviation in Northern Ghana- The role of Dagbon Students”, at a forum organised by the Dagbon Students Association of the Wa Campus of UDS, said the relevance of social cohesion was critical for societies to prosper economically and for development to be sustainable.
He therefore urged people from the three regions to fight hard to eliminate mistrust, fear, suspicion and superiority complex. Read more...
Education Minister Prof Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang has given a clearest indication that she would not tolerate any acts of religious coercion in the educational institutions.
Speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show Monday, the minister said the school is a place to build tolerance as well as respect for diversity and any attempt to subvert such values will be dealt with severely.
Her comments follow reports that some students in the second cycle institutions, especially Moslems are forced by heads of institutions, mostly Christian institutions, to attend church services, against their will and their religion.
Only recently, Moslem ladies were also asked to remove their hijabs before they would be allowed to take passport pictures for their examinations. Read more...
Plans are far advance for Home Energy Africa Limited to construct a $200 million energy project at Nyinbali in the Nadowli-Kaleo District.
The project, which will be the biggest solar energy project in Africa, is expected to produce 100 megawatts of solar energy when completed.
Mr. Charles Sena Ayenu, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Home Energy Africa Limited, said this when he together with a team of experts visited the community on Friday to kick start some studies on site for the project.
Feasibility studies, environmental impact studies and geological studies among others are some of the areas the experts would be studying on the 200 hectares of land donated by the community. Read more...
Dr John Koku Awoonor-Williams , Upper East Regional Director of Health Service, has expressed worry about institutional maternal deaths in the Region. The Regional Director who was addressing the 2014 Annual Regional Health Sector Performance Review Meeting, held in Bolgatanga, stated that institutional maternal death increased from 37 deaths in 2012 to 47 deaths in 2014. In terms of institutional maternal mortality ratio recorded in the Region, the Director said it increased from 127.1 per 100,000 live births in 2012 to 151 per 100,000 live births in 2014. “We must all be concerned about this trend, especially when we know that most of these deaths are preventable,” the Regional Director told the health workers. He said as part of measures to help confront the issue, the Regional Directorate recently convened a conference on maternal deaths to brainstorm on how to tackle the menace.
The Agona Swedru circuit court has sentenced a 57- year-old fish monger from Senya Bereku to five years imprisonment for human trafficking.
Adjoa Hannah Anderson, the grandmother of the victim, pleaded guilty.
Assistant Superintendent of Police Mr. Ofori Asante told the court presided over by Justice Mrs. Hannah Abigail Animah Asare that the complainant was a staff of Challenging Heights, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that advocates for elimination of trafficking of children, whiles the victim was a 10-yearoold boy who was once rescued by the NGO from Yeji. Read more...
Mr Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum, a Deputy Minister for Local Government on Monday described the Volta Region as the cleanest in the country.
He said the Region represented the brightest spot for the country in terms of cleanliness and that the country could be among the best three clean countries in the world should all regions be like Volta.
Mr Agyeman made the remarks when he paid a courtesy call on Togbega Gabusu VI, Paramount Chief of Gbi Traditional Area, to invite him and his subjects to the fourth National Sanitation Day to be hosted by the Region, at Ho, on Saturday, March 7, this year. Read more...