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A leading member of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Horace Ankrah has fended off criticism over the party’s Propaganda portfolio.
Mr. Ankrah said the Propaganda Secretariat has served the NDC well, ensuring that since the country returned to constitutional democracy in 1992, the party has won more elections than any other party.
The NDC is the only political party with an office for Propaganda manned by a National Propaganda Secretary and supported by regional and constituency propaganda secretaries. Read more...
Mr Albert Essien, Group Chief Executive Officer of Ecobank, on Thursday advised banks in Ghana to set-up scale to enable them to fund development projects in the country.
“If we have to achieve scale through consolidation so be it but scale is a very important catalyst for development,” he said.
Mr Essien said this at the 14th MTN business world executive breakfast meeting under the theme; “Banking in Africa: Lessons from Africa’s Top Banker “.
He said bank’s should participate and train its staff to understand their products, processes and give good advice on customer service. Read more...
The Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation (MASHAV) has ended a two-week training in Accra for kindergarten educators on the need to adopt the teacher verse learner centered approach to make learning attractive.
The training, which was held in collaboration with the Embassy of Israel, Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) took participants through learning principles that would make the study of Mathematics attractive among learners.
The theme: “An Integrative Approach to Learning in Early Age” is to teach these educators how to integrate mathematics into music and using music to teach mathematics. Read more...
President John Mahama has promised that his administration is exploring other forms energy supply to address the growing demand for electricity.
The President pointed out that the demand for electricity far outstrips what is currently been produced.
“Our demand is rising at such an extent that hydro alone has not been possible to meet the demand for power in Ghana and so we’ve decided to use thermal generation by first using light crude but recently, we are seeing the addition of gas,” he said.
Speaking at the inauguration of the reconstituted Board of the Public Utility and Regulatory Commission (PURC), President Mahama said attention is also being focused on solar energy and coal thermal power generation.
According to him, Ghana has great potential with solar therefore it is one avenue which is being explored “and also possibly with coal-fired thermal generation.” Read more...
Akim Oda Divisional Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU) have arrested 20 drivers for breaching road traffic rules and regulation.
The drivers were arrested when Akim Oda Divisional Motor Traffic and Transport Unite (MTTU) in collaboration with Drivers Vehicle Licenses Authority (DVLA), GPRTU and Ghana Fire Service
Commander of the MTTU, DSP Magnus Randolph Sam on Adom News said the exercise has become necessary in order to ensure accident free as Christmas approaches. Read more...
The Upper West Region has for the last three years, recorded 158 neonatal deaths, a situation stakeholders have to tackle seriously to help reduce neonatal mortality, Dr Abdulai Forgor, Upper West Regional Director of Health Services has said.
He said statistics showed that neonatal deaths contributed about 40 per cent to children less than five years’ deaths in Ghana, indicating that children less than five years deaths had reduced, but the corresponding declined in neonatal mortality had been quite small.
Children less than five years death rate has reduced to 80 per cent per 1000 live births in Ghana, Ghana Demographic Health Survey of 2008 has revealed.
Dr Forgor made these known at a regional forum to deliberate on Newborn Care involving key stakeholders to support in the fight against new born deaths in the Region.
The forum provided an opportunity for stakeholders to combine efforts to achieving the Millennium Development Goal Four of improving child health and targets reduction of children less than five years deaths by two-thirds by 2015. Read more...
A teenage boy convicted of murdering two young girls has been exonerated - 70 years after he was executed for the crime.
George Stinney Jr was just 14 when he was sentenced to death over the killing of two white girls, aged 11 and seven.
He became the youngest person in the 20th Century to be executed in the US.
But 70 years on a US judge in South Carolina has thrown out the black teen’s conviction on the basis he was wronged by the justice system.
The ruling has been welcomed by Stinney Jr’s family and civil rights activists who campaigned for years. However it has come too late for the teen, who would be 84 today.When he was executed in 1944, Stinney was so short he had to sit on a phone book so he would fit on the electric chair and one of the electrodes was too big for his leg.
The young lad was living with his family in Alcolu, South Carolina, when he was accused of murdering Betty June Binnicker, 11, and Mary Emma Thames, seven, on March 23, 1944.The girls had vanished after going on a bike ride together and their bodies were found the next morning. Both of them had been violently beaten to death with a railroad spike. Read more...
Some bad roads in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital that had virtually been neglected for some years now, have received attention, thanks to the upcoming national delegates’ congress of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Some of the roads are located just behind the scoreboard of the Baba Yara Stadium, venue of the congress, slated for today.
DAILY GUIDE spotted some men busily working on this poor road network Friday morning, barely 24 hours before the congress. All the dangerous pot holes were seen being filled.
Similar works were being done on some other deplorable roads in front of the Unity Oil, Asokwa branch, which is also close to the stadium. Read more...
THE MINISTRY of Roads and Highways has overspent its approved budget on assets in 2014 by 121 per cent while disbursement on goods and services was only 0.8 per cent for the same year.
The ministry was allocated GH¢48,316,158.00 on assets in the 2014 budget, but as at September, 2014, the ministry spent GH¢106,688,964.00 representing 220.8 per cent disbursement while budget for goods and services was GH¢1,293,581.00, only GH¢10,000.00 was disbursed as at September, 2014.
These figures were contained in the report of the Roads and Transport committee of Parliament on the annual budget estimates of the Ministry of Roads and Highways.
According to the report, the ministry in protecting investments made in road infrastructure undertook routine maintenance on 13,459km of trunk road network, 7,269km of feeder road network and 4,735km of upgrading and pothole patching on urban road network. Read more...