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Youth Farming Agriculture

Ghanaian youth asked to take advantage of agriculture policies

The Ghanaian youth has been asked to take advantage of government’s efforts to promote the agricultural sector to enhance his personal and societal development. “The...

Angel Group of Companies Pleads With FDA

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has been asked to reconsider its decision to shut down the production facility of Adonko Bitters Limited. Angel Group...
National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)

Tema NCCE Ends First Quarter Without Funds

The Tema Metropolitan Office of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) is yet to receive its allocated funds for the first quarter of...
Ministry of Health

BONABOTO Not Happy With Missing Vehicles Case

The Bolgatanga, Nangodi, Bongo and Tongo (BONABOTO) Union, has repeated its call on the mandated institutions to bring into finality the case of the...

Nana Addo’s List of Administrative Staff

President-elect, Nana Akufo-Addo, on Wednesday announced the names of persons making up his administrative staff at the Flagstaff House.He is expected to take over...

Nana Addo’s Administrative Staff Profiles

President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Wednesday announced the names of persons making up his administrative staff at the Flagstaff House. He is expected to...
President John Dramani Mahama

ECOWAS To Review Strategy For African Union’s Positions

President John Dramani Mahama, on Saturday, arrived in Abuja, the administrative capital of Nigeria, to attend the 50th ordinary Session of the Authority of...

CHRAJ Applaud Mahama For Displaying Maturity

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has commended President John Dramani Mahama “for the maturity demonstrated” by conceding defeat after the...
CHRAJ

Gender Ministry Charged To Fight For The Vulnerable

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has commended Cabinet for approving the National Migration Policy and urged the Government to accede...

Report indicates that business processes remain stiff

These impediments, according to a Labour Migration Study in Ghana, include frustration with business registration, difficulties with administrative procedures in trying to adjust to...
Central Medical Stores fire

Report Brings to Light Operational Lapses at Central Medical Stores

Government has directed the Minister of Health, with the assistance of experts and consultants, to undertake a thorough re-organisation and restructuring of the CMS...

Administrative Secretary of Hearts Resigns Over Salary Arrears

Unhappy Hearts of Oak’s administrative secretary Rosemond Atsitsogbui has resigned after 15 years of service. According to reports, Atsitsogbui quit due to unpaid...

Ameenu Shardow gets appointed to Dreams FC Administrative Manager

Former Ghanasoccernet.com editor Ameenu Shardow has been officially unveiled as the administrative manager of newly promoted Premier League club, Dreams FC. The former...

Ameenu Shardow Becomes Dreams FC Administrative Manager

Ameenu with Jiji Mohammed on the left and Kurt Okraku on the right Former Ghanasoccernet.com editor Ameenu Shardow has been officially unveiled as the...
Children stand near a makeshift structure at Makerere trading centre in Zesui sub county, Sironko district, eastern Uganda, Nov. 23, 2015. With a steady population growth rate of 3.24%, the Uganda government is currently encouraging its population to practice family planning to avoid population explosion in the near future. The country has the second youngest population in the world.(Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

Parents asked to seek welfare of children

Mr Alfred Mbinglo, Director for Research and Counseling, RECFAM, noted that children as young as ten years had been pushed into early or forced...

CHRAJ express concern about negative attitudes towards PWDs

Mr Richard A. Quayson, acting CHRAJ Commissioner in a statement to the Ghana News Agency in Accra, expressed concern about negative attitudes towards PWDs. He...

CHRAJ sets up online Complaints system for PLHIV

“As part of efforts to reduce stigma and discrimination in Ghana, CHRAJ is partnering with the Ghana AIDS Commission to introduce a Stigma and...

Ghana District League: Tema Metropolitan top on the list

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly in the Greater Accra Region has topped the 2015 Ghana District League Table (DLT), as the best district with the...
Accra Hearts of Oak

Management of Hearts of Oak accused of being inexperience

“To make matters worse, the current management is a bunch of administrators with little experience in managing clubs at any level. In the past...
Child Abuse

Stakeholders asked to support campaigns against child abuse

Ms Delasey Adepoju, Administrative and Projects Officer, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), who made the call, also urged schools to hold children accountable for...
CHRAJ

CHRAJ resolves 6,275 human rights complaints

According to the Finance Minister, Mr Seth Terkper, the commission also conducted 719 public education programmes on human rights in communities and schools. To strengthen...

Patient-nurse relation improves in V/R

He said ward observation reports and monitoring indicated that complaints from patients on human rights abuses reduced considerably, at least in the past twelve...

CHRAJ outline moves to tighten fight against corruption

The commission said it would introduce accountability and transparency strategies in public, private and non-for profit institutions. Mr Richard A. Quayson, Acting CHRAJ Commissioner who...

Academic Leadership training phase two takes off

The two day workshop organized by the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) and funded by the Carnegie Corporation in New York was attended...

Kennedy Agyapong Calls for Calm on Kotoko’s Administrative Altercation

Kennedy Agyapong with Kotoko?s team Former Asante Kotoko Board Member Kennedy Agyapong has called critics to stop chastising Samuel Osei Kuffuor for his public...
Photo taken on Sept. 15 shows the general outside view of the National Theatre of Ghana in downtown Accra, Ghana. As a landmark in Accra, the National Theatre of Ghana that was completed in 1992, was built under loans by Chinese government. (Xinhua/Lin Xiaowei)

Should Ghana move it’s capital from Accra?

Considering the Nigeria Capital City moved to Abuja, currently denoting a city receiving rapid growth; the Malaysia's federal administrative center strategically moved to Putrajaya;...
women

Socio-economic empowerment of women key to devt- Ackon

The Government has restated its commitment to the promotion of gender sensitivity in the socio- economic development processes of Ghana. This, it says will be...
Media

Media Commission must punish corrupt journalists

Mr Charles Ayamdoo, Director, Anti-Corruption, of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) Friday challenged the National Media Commission (NMC) to investigate...

LASU to reopen for academic and administrative activities on May 18

The Governing and management of the Lagos State University (LASU) have directed that the University be reopened for both academic and administrative activities with...
Oil rig at sea

Nigeria: Oil Producers Club Starts 200,000bpd Refineries

Barring any last minute administrative or technical setback, Kogi state would soon join the big league of Nigeria?s oil producing states when its first...