YOUNG LADIES DON’T OPEN YOUR LEGS TO MEN TO SECURE A JOB – BELINDA HAMMOND.

YOUNG LADIES DON’T OPEN YOUR LEGS TO MEN TO SECURE A JOB – BELINDA HAMMOND. Women have been advised to desist from giving sexual favours to men or their bosses in the name of getting of a job in order to avoid all kinds of abuses they have been going through in life. Ms. Belinda Hammond, a 25-year-old lady gave the advice when she met the press in Accra, to narrate the ordeal she went through as a young lady in her bid to get a job. The event was themed: Empowering Women through Life Changing Stories”. According to Belinda, after completing Crystal Galaxy School in Accra, she has been

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KOMENDA FACTORY SUGARCANE BEING SOLD TO ‘AKPETESHIE’ PRODUCERS

KOMENDA FACTORY SUGARCANE BEING SOLD TO ‘AKPETESHIE’ PRODUCERS. Sugarcane farmers who had hopes of cultivating to supply the Komenda Sugar factory have now been compelled to sell to producers of the local gin popularly known as Akpeteshie. These sugarcane farmers invested heavily in their farms following strong encouragement and assurances from officials of the Komenda Sugar Factory that their produce would be bought. However, months after their investment, they tell Citi News that they are very much frustrated by how the $35 million factory continues to be inactive while their sugar cane is wasted. A farmer at Anto in the Shama District of the Western Region, John K. Mensah, owner of a 30-acre sugar cane farm

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PHOTOS – SAMSUNG CHIEF GET 5-YEAR PRISON TERM FOR CORRUPTION

SAMSUNG CHIEF GET 5-YEAR PRISON TERM FOR CORRUPTION. A South Korean court has found Lee Jae-yong, the de facto chief of the sprawling Samsung business empire, guilty of bribery and other corruption charges. Lee, the billionaire son of Samsung’s ailing chairman, was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday, well short of the 12-year sentence prosecutors had sought. The criminal conviction is a blow for Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker and South Korea’s biggest family-run conglomerate whose businesses are estimated to account for around 15% of the country’s entire economy. The so-called “trial of the century” has gripped South Korea for months. It’s part of a hugeinfluence-peddling scandal that brought

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DOCTORS TO APPLY FOR JOBS FROM NEXT YEAR – GHANA HEALTH SERVICE

DOCTORS TO APPLY FOR JOBS FROM NEXT YEAR – GHANA HEALTH SERVICE. The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has decided to now employ medical doctors and dentists under a quota system beginning next year. The Director General of the GHS, Dr Anthony Nsiah-Asarecurb who made this known said the move was to help practice where doctors refuse posting to deprived areas. Under the new policy, doctors would have to apply to their respective regions before they can be engaged by the service.“Our rural and deprived communities remains one of the priorities of this country, this explains why efforts are being made to ensure that each district have a functional hospital that befits its

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I HAVE KILLED 100 MEN, RENDERED 70 IMPORTANT – PROSTITUTE REVEALS

I HAVE KILLED 100 MEN, RENDERED 70 IMPORTANT – PROSTITUTE REVEALS. The confession of the 36-year-old prostitute of how more than 100 of her clients died after engaging in sexual bouts with her, has sent shock waves down the spines of men who sometimes patronize ladies on a one-night stand. Katrine Obenewaa, said over 70 men can no longer father kids as they have also been rendered impotent as a result of their amorous sexual relationship with her – a situation she wished never happened. In an interview on Koforidua-based Bryt FM’s, Obenewaa who now resides at Labone, a suburb of the Accra, said she was introduced to the business

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PRESIDENT NANA AKUFO-ADDO GIVES MAHAMA ‘ROAMING’ AMBASSADORIAL ROLE

PRESIDENT NANA AKUFO-ADDO GIVES MAHAMA ‘ROAMING’ AMBASSADORIAL ROLE. The 2016 presidential candidate of the People’s National Convention (PNC) is retiring from the hurly burly of Ghana’s polarized politics into a new world of political diplomacy with a new title- Ambassador at large. Dr Edward Mahama was named in a 22-man list of Ambassadorial appointees announced Monday. As the Ambassador at Large, Dr Mahama’s portfolio is large enough to have him represent Ghana anywhere on the globe and wherever Ghana’s diplomatic ties will allow, Joy News’ presidential correspondent Elton John Brobbey defined the new role. Dr Edward Mahama, 72, may well be bidding good bye to his long unfulfilled dream of

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DATA PROTECTION LAW: LIST OF OFFENDING COMPANIES RELEASED

DATA PROTECTION LAW: LIST OF OFFENDING COMPANIES RELEASED. British Airways, African Regent Hotel and Royal Senchi Hotel are among some of the top companies to have flouted the laws of the Data Protection Commission (DPC). The companies are among over 100 data collectors published by the Data Protection Commission with the objective of naming and shaming them. The Executive Director of the Data Commission Teki Akuetteh Falconer at a press conference early this month said the commission would follow the publication with the arrest of the offending data collectors and ensure their subsequent arraignment. The Data Protection Act 2012 (Act 843) mandates all entities whether public, private, local or international

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HUAWEI TO OPEN EXPERIENCE SHOP FOR GHANAIANS

HUAWEI TO OPEN EXPERIENCE SHOP FOR GHANAIANS. As part of its efforts of bringing quality and affordable devices to the door step of Ghanaians, Huawei Technologies the Global Leader in Technology Industry has taken another judicious step to open its official “Experience Shop” at the Accra mall in the mid of June this year The Huawei Experience Shop is the only place to find their full range of smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearables, genuine accessories, routers, mifis, moderns, and audio products, including Huawei exclusives you won’t find anywhere else plus expertise help from people who know their products. Although, the company has its regional headquarters in Ghana, the ultramodern edifice located

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NEVER TRUST A MANAGER WHO DOES THESE FIVE THINGS

NEVER TRUST A MANAGER WHO DOES THESE FIVE THINGS. Every working person knows that your direct supervisor sets the tone for your relationship with your job. If your supervisor is cool, it could be a great job for you even if it isn’t your dream job. If your supervisor is a jerk, it won’t matter how much you like the work on your desk — you’re probably going to hate the job, anyway. Your manager is the person who can give you pay raises or keep you stuck at your current pay rate. Your manager can fire you or recommend you for a promotion. The power your manager holds over

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ASHANTI REGION IN DANGER: EJISU-19-YEAR-OLD WOMAN FOUND DEAD, POSSIBLE RAPE AND ROBBERY {CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS}

ASHANTI REGION IN DANGER: EJISU-19-YEAR-OLD WOMAN FOUND DEAD, POSSIBLE RAPE AND ROBBERY {CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS}. The discovery of the lifeless body of a 19-year old woman believed to have been raped, murdered and dumped close to her home has thrown the entire Jamasi Township near Ejisu in the Ashanti region into mourning. Sophia Amma Ibrahim, a hair braider apprentice, did not return home when he left for work on Good Friday morning at Ejisu. Her lifeless body was found at about 50-meters away from her home in front of an uncompleted building, her half-naked body lying with her face upwards and foaming at the mouth. Lying few meters from the body

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TAMALE, KUMASI, TAKORADI TO GET NATIONAL THEATRES – AKUFO-ADDO

TAMALE, KUMASI, TAKORADI TO GET NATIONAL THEATRES – AKUFO-ADDO. President Akufo-Addo has assured stakeholders in the creative arts industry that his government will be efficient in working to boost the potential of the industry. According to him, the government has already put in place measures to transform the literary arts industry. The President said his government is committed to building ultra-modern theaters in Tamale, Kumasi and Takoradi to promote local arts. “We are committed to building multi-purpose theaters in Takoradi, Kumasi and Tamale. It is sad that it has taken this long, but we should make good this serious omission in our artistic and cultural infrastructure,” the president said. Speaking at

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