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Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has inspected a pilot project to introduce the use of the Biofil Toilet System in the La Dadekotopon Municipal Area.
Currently, there are four Biofil Toilet Systems being piloted by the La Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly, in collaboration with Ministry Local Government and Rural Development at the cost of GHC4000 each.
The introduction of the Biofil Toilet System has become more imperative because, out of the 1,500 reported cholera cases, fifty per cent had come from the La Area.
The Biofil Toilet System combines the benefits of the traditional and those of the composting toilets, while eliminating the drawbacks and the disadvantages of both systems.
The key difference between this system and the traditional septic tank system is the size of the digester and the rapid drainage of water from the waste product. Read more...
Togbe Adom Drayi II, Head of Organisation Department, Trade Union Congress (TUC-Ghana) on Friday said Ghana as other countries of the world is experiencing an increase in the number of the elderly in society.
He said in 1984, the elderly constituted about four per cent of the country’s population but in 2000 the percentage went up to 3.5 per cent.
Togbe Drayi II was speaking at a day’s workshop to educate journalists on a research they conducted on Elderly Care Arrangement in Ghana.
He said the trend showed that as a country “we need to take issues of the elderly very seriously and put in place implementable policies to address the problems of the aged in our society”.
He said Ghana in 2010 adopted a policy on the aged under the theme “roaming in dignity and in security” but how to operationalise it still remained a challenge. Read more...
President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday commissioned two new Ambassadors who are embarking on their duty tour.
They are; Mr Bukari Moses Mabengba, Ghana's Ambassador to Angola and Lieutenant General Joseph Henry Smith, Ghana's Ambassador to the United States of America.
Swearing them in, President Mahama urged the two Ambassadors to use their positions to deepen the relations that had existed between Ghana and the two countries since independence.
He said Angola for example, was endowed with oil and gas and there was the need to share ideas and experiences with that country to avoid some of the negatives that hampered their process and pick up the good practices for posterity. Read more...
Mr Mark Owen Woyongo, Minister of the Interior, has said the Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) has been able to work for a considerable decline in drug trafficking.
He said the country had come a long way towards achieving this result, which had also reflected in the number of cases reported in the media.
Therefore, all efforts must made to eradicate the menace or bring it to the barest minimum if the former was impossible Read more...
Togbe Afede XIV, Agbogbomefia of Asogli State on Saturday observed that Ghana could “bounce back” as a strong nation should the “right system and spirit” be developed.
“Notwithstanding our current difficulties as a nation, if we can develop the right system and the right spirit, our situation will correct itself, and we shall bounce back and forge a path towards greatness, as envisaged by our founding fathers,” he added.
Togbe Afede was addressing a durbar of chiefs and people of Asogli to climax this year’s Asogli Yam Festival in Ho.
The celebration was on the theme: “Let’s make our nation great and strong,” and attracted Ewes from the Republic of Togo, led by Togbe Agokoli IV, Ewefiaga. Read more...
Stakeholders working to improve conditions in the informal sector has advised the government and city authorities to institute pragmatic steps to standardize informal trading and protect the traders from occupational and health hazards.
Traders, mostly women, contribute a chunk to government’s revenue towards national development in the form of market tolls and licenses but sadly they live under deplorable conditions that endanger their lives with many ageing at faster rate, the stakeholders said.
Mrs Dorcas Ansah, Coordinator of Women in Informal Employment, Globalising and Organising (WIEGO) told the Ghana News Agency on the sidelines of an advocacy workshop for members of the informal sector that in spite of the sector’s immense contribution to national development (employment and revenue) members lived under harsh conditions. Read more...
INFORMATION GATHERED by the DAILY HERITAGE indicates that the various units, district, divisional and regional commanders of the Ghana Police Service across the country are in tears over having to use part of their meager salaries to fuel operational vehicles due to inadequate fuel allocated to them.
The police administration every month provides its units in the various regions with 13,000 to 14,000 litres of fuel to carry out their operations and administrative work.
Disturbingly, due to the woefully insufficient fuel allocation, some divisional and regional commands have developed the posture of parking their vehicles at their premises after the fuel allotted to them had finished, and only resume visibility activities until they receive their next consignment.
Checks by the paper reveal that commanders and drivers who are often worried over a possible crime escalating in hot spots as a result of the freeze in night patrolling, fall on their salaries, to fuel the operational vehicles but get no refunds from the national headquarters. Read more...
Two serving soldiers have been jailed two years by an Accra Circuit Court after they had been found guilty of arresting a young man in a taxi, handcuffed him and subjected him to severe beatings without the least provocation.
AB11 Dickson Reuben, AB11 Mark Gwira Forkes and AB11 Mohammed Iddrisu – currently a fugitive from justice – rode in a military vehicle to Dome Pillar 2, a suburb of Accra, where they arrested the victim and then handcuffed him before mercilessly assaulting him.
They were charged with assault, conspiracy to commit crime and robbery. They admitted the offence of assault but told the court, presided over by Francis Obiri, that they were not guilty of conspiracy and robbery.
They were consequently handed two years each for assault while hearing on the robbery charge leveled against them has been adjourned to October 6, 2014. Read more...
Nii Dodoo Nsaki II, Acting President of Ga Traditional Council (GTC), has appealed to the people of Ga Mashie to observe good hygienic practices to avoid the cholera outbreak.
The Greater Accra Region has been hard hit by cholera and it is estimated that more than 6,000 cases have been reported.
Nii Dodoo Nsaki made the appeal, when he led the chiefs and people to undertake a massive cleanup at Ngleshie, Akanmadzen, Gbese and Osu to precede Homogeneous Festival (HomoFest) of the Gas, which is organised to climax the annual Homowo Festival of the chief and people. Read more...
World Peace Volunteers has urged Ghanaians to use the International Peace Day, which falls on Sunday to reflect on how best to dissolve the sequence of violent behavior created by conflicts and conscientiously commit to world peace.
In 2001, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly by unanimous vote, adopted a resolution, which established 21 September as an annual day of non-violence and cease-fire.
A statement signed by Mr. Seth Osei Acheampong, President of the Ghana-based civil service organisation, and copied to the Ghana News Agency, in Accra, said peace was secured by hard work, dedication and commitment and the world needed lasting and sustainable peace.
“We shouldn’t forget that peace does not occur by chance,” the statement said. “It is a product of conscious and consistent effort of people of goodwill, acting together for a common good. Let us fight for peace and defend it with all our might.” Read more...