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No, It was rather Mahama who disrespected Otumfuo

Source: ghanaweb.com columnist: Okoampa-Ahoofe, Kwame I don’t know what kind of legal practice he is into, or which law school awarded him his law degree, or what he did in order to pass his Bar Exam and secure his license to practice law. But it clearly appears to me that when it comes to an intelligent discussion of the laws ...

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Book Review: Ngugi wa Thiong’o. 2016.

Book Review: Ngugi wa Thiong’o. 2016. Secure the base: Making Africa visible in the globe. New York: Seagull Books. 130 pp. African Studies Quarterly, 16 (3-4) December 2016 In seven chapters, Ngugi wa Thiong’o touches on a wide-range of issues, from the impact of slavery to colonialism and neocolonialism, from nuclear disarmament to the lopsided distribution of power within the ...

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Recalls of Foods & Dietary Supplements

Food producers recall their products from the marketplace when the products are mislabeled or when the food may present a health hazard to consumers because the food is contaminated or has caused a foodborne illness outbreak.  This page provides links to 20 recently posted food recalls. Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts makes available all recent recall information by product area, including ...

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Cadres caution Akufo-Addo against SADA overhaul

Cadres in the Upper East region have advised against government’s plans to overhaul the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), saying it would only result in a needless drain of the taxpayer’s cashbox. The campaign that brought the New Patriotic Party (NPP) from 8-year-long opposition to power at the 2016 polls saw the party consistently refer to SADA, an invention of ...

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E/R: Queen mothers, widows stage protest over Fulani herdsmen

Some queen mothers and widows at Anyaboni, a farming community in the Upper Manya Krobo District of the Eastern region have hit the streets protesting alleged attacks and harassment on them by Fulani herdsmen in the area. According to the aggrieved women, they are unable to go to their  farms due to fear of being attacked and raped by the ...

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The term Tsoo-boi and the early Akan settlement in the volta region

By Ghanaweb.com columnist: Owusu, Stephen Atta In the year 1732, when the Ashanti Kingdom was ruled by Otumfuo Opoku Ware I, the Ashantis, mainly from Kuntenase, in an attempt to expand the kingdom, moved towards a place that is now part of the Volta region and to a place called Worawora. They fought the Chokosis and drove them out from ...

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PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE FOUR GOVERNMENT APPOINTEES ON THE ERSTWHILE BOARD OF KORLE BU TEACHING HOSPITAL (KBTH).

Re: UNAUTHORISED PAYMENT OF GHC 153,000 TO THE CEO AND 8 DIRECTORS OF KORLE BU TEACHING HOSPITAL (KBTH) The attention of the four Government Appointees on the erstwhile KBTH Board has been drawn to a story making the headlines to the effect that over GHC 100,000 had been paid to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Gilbert Buckle and EIGHT ...

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Benefits of Okro

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