The Volta Regional Minister, Archibald Letsa wants residents in the Volta Region to be calm as the government works assiduously to fix the bad roads there. He says the government will by the end of this year ensure that the deplorable roads in the region are given a facelift to bring relief to them. Residents […]
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The Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee of Parliament is set to meet with the National Association of Law Students this week over the mass failure in the entrance exam that rocked the Ghana School of Law this year. This follows an earlier meeting the Committee had with the General Legal Council and the Independent […]
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Police Scotland has unveiled a new aerial drone system to help in searches for missing and vulnerable people. The remotely-piloted aircraft system (RPAS) can see things we can’t to try to work out where people are. It uses advanced cameras and neural computer networks to spot someone it is looking for – from “a speck” […]
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Both TikTok and Apple have declined to testify to US Congress in a hearing, about their ties to China Tuesday’s hearing is designed to explore the relationships the US-based technology industry has with China and whether there are national security issues as a result. TikTok said it was unable to send a suitable delegate “on […]
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McDonald’s has fired its Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook after he had a relationship with an employee. The US fast-food giant said the relationship was consensual, but Mr Easterbrook had “violated company policy” and shown “poor judgement”. In an email to staff, the British businessman acknowledged the relationship and said it was a mistake. “Given the […]
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Eight suspects have been held in Vietnam after 39 people were found dead in a lorry in Essex. The arrests came as a team of Vietnamese officials arrived in Britain to help formally identify the 31 men and eight women. The suspects are being held in relation to people smuggling offenses, the director of police […]
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Director-General of the West African Health Organisation (WAHO), Professor Stanley Okolo has charged countries implementing the Regional Disease Surveillance Systems Enhancement (REDISSE) project to strive to find innovative strategies to address bottlenecks to achieve optimum population impact. He noted that a World Bank Implementation Status Report that rated the project performance as moderately satisfactory reflects […]
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The banking industry has recorded profit after tax of GH?2.24 billion post banking reforms. This represents a 38.4% growth over profits recorded for the same period last year. According to the September 2019 Banking Sector Report, the strong profit performance was underpinned by higher growth in net interest income of 26.3% in August 2019 after […]
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At a time when Ghana has recorded A3 Influenza in three Senior High Schools (SHSs), leading to the quarantine of some 400 students, the West African Health Organization (WAHO) has charged the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to prioritise the interplay between animal and human health, as well as the environment. Director-General of […]
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The Ghana Police Service on Friday apprehended a foreign national and two of his accomplices for allegedly practicing medicine without a license.
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Residents and drivers who use the Agona Swedru-Winneba road are demonstrating over the poor state of the road. The demonstrators have blocked the access roads making it difficult for pedestrians to cross. Citi News’ Central Regional Correspondent, Calvis Tetteh reported that the angry residents want the government to fix the abandoned roads without delay. “As […]
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The Managing Director of Volkswagen for Sub-Saharan Africa, Thomas Schäfer has stated that the company will produce 5000 cars in Ghana starting in 2020. According to him, the decision will enable the company to spread its operations across the West African automotive market.
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The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) wants Ghanaian trucks stranded in Nigeria for weeks now following the closure of the country’s border at Seme to be allowed to move out. GUTA says it is not bothered by the extension of the border closure so long as Ghanaian traders who are already in Nigeria are […]
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The Ministry of Health (MoH) Basic School and Unique Child School locked horns on Citi TV‘s Best Brain show for the penultimate preliminary contest of the quiz competition.
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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has handed over a van to support Citi TV’s War Against Indiscipline (WAI) campaign. The van is to augment the efforts of the Police while a team of enforcement officers from the DVLA inspect the authenticity of licenses and road worthiness of offending drivers. WAI, which is an […]
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Samuel Attah-Mensah and Selorm Adonoo were Vivian Kai Lokko’s panelists in this edition of ‘What The Papers Are Saying’ Topics discussed include ISSER’s recent assessment of Government as well as Government’s response to the Accra floods and rockfalls.
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The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has served notice that it will lay down its tools until further notice on November 13, 2019, if salaries of its members are not reviewed. Even before that, the National Executive Council of JUSAG has asked Judicial Service Staff to put on red-arm bands and hoist red […]
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The Pig Farmers Association of Ghana has launched the maiden edition of its Porktober festival to celebrate the consumption of pork and boost local production in Ghana. The festival will be celebrated every year according to the association. Speaking to Citi News at the launch, Interim President of the Association, Kwame Appiah Danquah explained that […]
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Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has disclosed that the Akufo-Addo government is committed to raising funds internally to support electoral activities across the country for the Presidential and Parliamentary polls in 2020. This he says is in line with the government’s “Ghana Beyond Aid agenda” and will mean that government will not be looking for […]
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