A DISAPPOINTING SILENCE ON ISRAEL’S FORCED DEPORTATION OF 40,000 AFRICAN MIGRANTS.

A DISAPPOINTING SILENCE ON ISRAEL’S FORCED DEPORTATION OF 40,000 AFRICAN MIGRANTS. There is a disappointing silence by Africans on Israel’s decision to deport nearly 40,000 African migrants who have been left with no choice but prison or deportation to Uganda or Rwanda. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has visited African leaders this year and among the reasons are to find a hub for the rejected asylum seekers mainly from Sudan and Eritrea where they are suffering from the political and social instability. Uganda and Rwanda are reported to be the only countries that have agreed to take in the 27,500 Eritreans and 7,800 Sudanese who are seeking to start a living in Israel, a region that accommodated thousands of Jews who faced persecution during the horrible Nazi

SHARE THIS:
Read more

RUSSIA BANNED FROM WINTER OLYMPICS BY I.O.C.

RUSSIA BANNED FROM WINTER OLYMPICS BY I.O.C. The Russian delegation at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. Olympic officials ruled on Tuesday that Russia is not allowed to participate, as a country, in the 2018 Winter Games. LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Russia’s Olympic team has been barred from the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The country’s government officials are forbidden to attend, its flag will not be displayed at the opening ceremony and its anthem will not sound. Any athletes from Russia who receive special dispensation to compete will do so as individuals wearing a neutral uniform, and the official record books will forever show

SHARE THIS:
Read more

ENTREPRENUSHIP SOCIETY OF GHANA PRESENTS (YUWEC 2017).

ENTREPRENUSHIP SOCIETY OF GHANA PRESENTS (YUWEC 2017). Young women Enpowerment Conference in honour of Mawusi Nudekor Awity. Entrepreneurship society Ghana(NGO) present Young women empowerment conference 2017 in honour of Mrs, Mawusi. •N• Awity (social entrepreneur / Executive director of NVTI) for her good work. The theme for the this program IS (Be developed, Empowered and make an impact) which is coming off on Saturday 4th Nov, 2017 Venue university of Ghana school of law which is free. But the certificate of attendance is 10gh cedis only. Heading – YUWWEC 17 in hounr of Mrs Mawusi. N. AWITY (SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NVTI) FOR HER GOOD WORKS. TRAINING YOUTH

SHARE THIS:
Read more

UK SUSPENDS AID FOR MYANMAR MILITARY

UK SUSPENDS AID FOR MYANMAR MILITARY. Violence in the Rakhine state has seen more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims flee to neighbouring Bangladesh. The Ministry of Defence said it had suspended £300,000 of funding until the current situation was resolved. The UN’s human rights chief has said the violence “seems [like] a textbook example of ethnic cleansing”. The £300,000-a-year was used to fund educational courses for the country’s military. But an MoD spokesperson said: “In the light of the ongoing violence… and our deep concern about the human rights abuses that are taking place, we have decided to suspend the educational courses provided to the Burmese military until there is an

SHARE THIS:
Read more

VIDEO: GOV’T TO INTRODUCE DIGITAL ID CARDS & ADDRESS SYSTEMS – DR. BAWUMIA

VIDEO: GOV’T TO INTRODUCE DIGITAL ID CARDS & ADDRESS SYSTEMS – DR. BAWUMIA. Ghana will soon go digital on a large scale, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated. H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia disclosed that the government will in a weeks’ time introduce a digital National ID card and digital address system to resolve challenges with productivity of the economy. He was speaking at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva, Switzerland. According to him, Ghana is “embarking majorly because today is a knowledge economy and it’s an ICT dominated economy. And for developing countries, you cannot really see this enhancement of productivity if you ignore

SHARE THIS:
Read more

NURSE ARRESTED FOR REFUSING TO FOLLOW OFFICERS ORDERS

NURSE ARRESTED FOR REFUSING TO FOLLOW OFFICERS ORDERS. ‘I’ve done nothing wrong’: Utah nurse’s arrest prompts police apology. (CNN)Salt Lake City police apologized Friday for arresting a nurse who, citing hospital policy, refused to let officers draw blood from an unconscious crash victim. The arrest of Alex Wubbels, who was later released without charge, was captured on body camera video that the police chief said was alarming. The incident happened July 26, when a crash victim was admitted to the University of Utah Hospital burn unit in a coma. Though the man was not a suspect in the wreck, which killed the other driver, police asked for his blood to

SHARE THIS:
Read more

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

SHARE THIS:
Read more

ASHANTI REGIONAL MINISTER SEIZES ENGINEERS AND PLANNERS EQUIPMENT

ASHANTI REGIONAL MINISTER SEIZES ENGINEERS AND PLANNERS EQUIPMENT. Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei-Mensah has seized heavy duty equipment belonging to Engineers and Planners. According to him, he will only release the equipment if the company belonging to Ibrahim Mahama, brother of former President John Mahama is able to provide him with documents granting them permission to work at a bauxite concession at Nyinahim in the Atwima Mponua District of the Ashanti Region. The Ashanti Regional Coordinating Council as part of its clampdown on illegal mining seized heavy duty equipment were being taken to the area with the view of prospecting and mining bauxite. The erstwhile Mahama government, acting through then

SHARE THIS:
Read more

OPEN AND SECRET EXTORTIONS BY OUR LAW ENFORCERS; WHEN WOULD IT END

OPEN AND SECRET EXTORTIONS BY OUR LAW ENFORCERS; WHEN WOULD IT END. The Ghana Police Service is an important arm of the Ministry of the Interior with responsibility to ensure peace within the country. Being peace officers’ members of the Police service have over the years lived up to expectation by embarking on night patrol duties while citizens are asleep. During the day they are seen roaming in vantage points of our cities, towns and villages to maintain law and order. The police stations dotted across Ghana are always full of people who are there to lodge complaints and to get the police to push their cases to courts for

SHARE THIS:
Read more

DO NOT TAKE THE LAW IN YOUR HANDS BY MALTREATING FELLOW WORKERS

DO NOT TAKE THE LAW IN YOUR HANDS BY MALTREATING FELLOW WORKERS. Men and women found in our public sector have been engaged to provide variety of services to the nation. Wherever they find themselves they must know that they will enjoy their stay at work only when they work in harmony with their senior and junior colleagues. A visit to our offices in many of our ministries and departments would reveal that all seem to be well with the workers. However, reports reaching us of late is that there are some workers in some establishments who are hurting inside due to maltreatments being meted out to them by their

SHARE THIS:
Read more

FOUR JAILED FOR DUMPING WASTE AT UNAUTHORIZED PLACE IN KUMASI

FOUR JAILED FOR DUMPING WASTE AT UNAUTHORIZED PLACEIN KUMASI. Four tricycle riders arrested for dumping waste at an authorized place have been sentenced to one month imprisonment each by the Kumasi Magistrate Court. They are Kwadwo Abedi, Stephen Ampong, Karim Mohammed and Ishau Abukom. The court, presided over by Mrs. Doreen Smith Arthur, ordered that they additionally signed a bond not to indiscriminately dispose of refuse for one year. They would serve another five months in prison should they breach the bond. The court handed down the punishment after they pleaded guilty to the offence. The convicts had been using their tricycles for waste collection and were caught emptying heaps

SHARE THIS:
Read more