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Ghana:NEWS HEADLINES 31-12-2014

EJISU TRADITIONAL COUNCIL ADVISES AGAINST ELECTION OF ‘DIRTY’ ASSEMBLY MEMBERS

The Ejisu Traditional Council is urging electorates of the upcoming local government polls to elect development-oriented people.

DABONE FAMILY SUPPORTS 500 PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN DORMAA MUNICIPALITY

Dabone Family in Dormaa Ahenkro have dined with 500 persons with disabilities in the Dormaa Municipality, which is located in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana.

CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE-NDC USA

NDC-USA wishes to express its gratitude to the organizers, contestants and all delegates for the success of the just ended National Delegates’ Conference of our great party. We followed closely events before, during and after the conference and it would be an overstatement to say that the acrimony that characterized NPP congress was completely absent. We hope that other political parties will emulate this example. Truly, we are the pacesetters

KOFORIDUA “MR NO SHAKING” FINALLY SHAKEN

Farouk Alhassan, also known as “Mr No shaking”, a popular businessman in Koforidua with a sharp tongue and fearless of anybody, has received an unforgettable beating which almost ended his life.

ETHICS CLASH WITH LAW OVER LEAKED DISCLOSURE OF ALLEGED KKD VICTIM’S IDENTITY

While prominent lawyer, Samson Lardy Anyenini, sees nothing wrong with the disclosure of the identity of the lady alleging she was raped by KKD, Communications Professor Audrey Gadzekpo thinks otherwise.

PARAGLIDING FESTIVAL LAUNCHED IN VOLTA REGION

The first ever paragliding festival in the Volta Region has been launched at Likpe Todome. This makes the Volta region the second region after the Eastern region to host the sport which promises to be a major boost of tourism in the highly mountainous communities of Likpe within the Hohoe Municipality.

NORTHERN REGION UNDER REVIEW: A HAPPY AND SAD 2014 IT HAS BEEN

The year 2014 will remain indelible in the minds of many people in the Northern Region for the good and bad reasons.
The year will remain refreshing for many of the inhabitants who witnessed the sod cutting for work to commence on the expansion and upgrade of the Tamale Airport to an international standard by President John Dramani Mahama.

NEW VOTER REGISTER NOT PANACEA TO OVER-VOTING

No matter how many new voter registration exercises the Electoral Commission undertakes, the problems of a bloated register and over-voting in elections will not be solved, General Secretary of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah has said.

‘NEEDLESS’ HIGH TENSIONS DURING ELECTIONS MUST STOP

General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, has expressed concerns over the “unnecessary” political tensions that engulf the nation during elections.

‘NPA CAN’T REDUCE FUEL PRICES NOW’

Moses Asaga, NPA Boss The National Petroleum Authority has indicated that even though the price of crude oil has dropped drastically on the world market, It can not review downwards the prices of petroleum products

AUDITOR-GENERAL’ REPORTS ARE PREDICTABLE – IEA FELLOW

Dr Michael Ofori-Mensah, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), has noted that the Auditor-General’s reports are both predictable and gloomy, adding that year-on-year, identical cases of misappropriation of public funds are documented, often within the same public institutions.

GRA WARNS AGAINST TAX UNDERSTATEMENT

The Head of the Medium Tax Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the Volta Region, Mr Benedictus Danu, has warned entrepreneurs that sanctions exist for understatements regarding their tax obligations.

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