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Ghana marks World TB Day

World Tuberculosis Day is a day set aside to raise awareness on the burden of tuberculosis (TB) worldwide and the status of TB prevention and care efforts. According to the WHO, TB is caused by a bacteria, mycobacterium. Tuberculosis is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. IS TB in Ghana? Yes. In 2016, 13,933 adults and 698 ...

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VP Announces New Policies at a meeting with investors from Mauritius.-video

THE FIRST PHASE OF THE ONE DISTRICT, ONE FACTORY, IS OUT* The monitoring begins today *Ga South,* Soap Making Factory, Total Employment 125 *Kwahu South,* Saw Mill Factory, Total Employment 80 *Kintampo South,* Mini-hydro Plant, Total Employment 30 *Ga East,* Designer Lace, Textile Factory, Total Employment 350 *Denkyembour* Ethanol Plant, Total Employment 16000 *Kintampo North,* Cotton Buds Bandage, Total Employment ...

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Government to roll-out housing programme for the military – Veep

Government has reiterated its commitment to address the accommodation challenges of the military through what it terms the Barracks Regeneration Project. This will see the renovation and construction of new accommodation facilities for the military. Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia made this known at the Graduation of the Ghana Military Academy Special Medical Intake 3 on behalf of the President ...

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Egypt’s Mubarak ‘freed from prison’

Source: bbc.com Egypt’s ex-President Hosni Mubarak is reported to have been allowed to go free after years in detention that followed his fall from power in the country’s revolution in 2011. Mr Mubarak was being held in a military hospital in Cairo, but his lawyer told the BBC that he’s now been permitted to return to his home in the ...

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Man Found Alive In The Jungle After 40 Years Claims To Be Missing American POW

Source:www.lifedaily.com The Vietnam War was a tumultuous time in American history. The nation at large was divided on whether or not we should be involved in a conflict so far from home. Nevertheless, thousands of American soldiers fought and died in the war. And many more soldiers were taken prisoner by the Vietcong. These men were captured, starved, and tormented ...

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African Democracies Are Indeed Tragic – Corruption – XXIX

Columnist: Tsikata, Prosper Yao Don’t Let Corruption Kill Development, UN Secretary-General Decadent Judiciary Executive interference in the judiciary is another worrying issue Ghana must deal with if the country is to make any headway on the democratic trajectory. The Kufour-led administration had set a bad precedent that indicates that criminal cases brought against political opponents are determined at the whims ...

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Someone you should know !

ANOTHER GHANAIAN MAKES GHANA PROUD….. someone u should know! David Dadey, graduating from Washington University School of Medicine as a Doctor and Medical Scientist (MD PhD) in May 2017, has been marched with Stanford University Medical Center in California to specialize in Neurological Surgery. David is 28 years old and the son of two retired Ghanaian diplomats, Ambassador Samuel Kofi ...

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28-yr-old paralysed man seeks justice after falling billboard crashed him

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