GHANAIAN MEN ARE AFRAID TO PROPOSE TO US – MILITARY WOMEN CRY OUT

GHANAIAN MEN ARE AFRAID TO PROPOSE TO US – MILITARY WOMEN CRY OUT. A group of military women have blamed their singleness on the timidity of some Ghanaian men, saying they (men) lack the courage to propose to them.According to them, their statuses as military women mostly strikes fear into men, and that is the reason why they find it difficult to marry. This, they believe, is the main reason for their singleness, adding that in terms beauty, they can match any civilian lady in the country. “When we took the hard decision to defend and serve mother Ghana we never anticipated that it was going to cost us an

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PAPERLESS PORT RECORDS GHc 69m IN A SINGLE DAY – IMANI BOS EXTOLS GOV’T

PAPERLESS PORT RECORDS GHc 69m IN A SINGLE DAY – IMANI BOS EXTOLS GOV’T. The President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe has claimed that an initial assessment of the implementation of the paperless system at the country’s ports has shown a “record” revenue collection improvement in just a single day. According to him, revenue at the port increased to GHc69 million in just a day – a figure he said is impressive after the implementation of the system. The policy Think-tank boss who could not hide his joy took to his Facebook page to share that indeed “Ghana’s Paperless System is working”. He however heaped praise on President Nana Addo

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THESE PHOTOS OF NANA ADDO WITH THE FIRST GHANA ID CARD WILL MAKE YOU BELIEVE IN GHANA AGAIN

THESE PHOTOS OF NANA ADDO WITH THE FIRST GHANA ID CARD WILL MAKE YOU BELIEVE IN GHANA AGAIN. Some few days ago, the Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in a press conference mentioned that, the National Identification System will take effect in November but in the interim, it will be launched in September and the president will be the first person to have his ID to signify the way forward on 15th September 2017, which is today. True to his words, President Nana Addo had his ID card and he took to his Facebook page to express his profound gratitude to the team behind the rollout.                

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NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION AUTHORITY UNVEILS NEW ID CARD, READIES FOR MASSIVE REGISTRATION

NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION AUTHORITY UNVEILS NEW ID CARD, READIES FOR MASSIVE REGISTRATION. The National Identification Authority has outdoored a new national identification card, with the promise to launch its massive registration exercise in the coming days. At a news briefing in Accra Wednesday, NIA Executive Director, Professor Ken Agyemang Attefuah said the Authority is prepared to embark the exercise projected to formalise Ghana’s economy. “The National Identification Authority is ready to provide Ghanaians with a modern robust national identification system and a smart ID card that will meet the modern aspirations of the people of Ghana and carry us into the future,” he said. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is expected

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PAPERLESS: PORT REVENUE SHOOTS FROM GHC130m TO GHC230m

PAPERLESS: PORT REVENUE SHOOTS FROM GHC130m TO GHC230m. Revenue collection at the ports in the first week of September has shot up to GHC230 million compared to the GHC130 million which was raised same time last year, Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed. He said the development is as a result of the paperless system which has been introduced at the ports. “On September 1, we launched the paperless [system], but of course not without attempts to actually derail the process, because it’s hurting a lot of people who were making free money and people who used to take two weeks to clear a container after one day of delay

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THIS YOUNG GHANAIAN GRADUATE IS A SNAIL FARMER AND HER STORY IS ALL THE INSPIRATION YOU NEED TODAY

THIS YOUNG GHANAIAN GRADUATE IS A SNAIL FARMER AND HER STORY IS ALL THE INSPIRATION YOU NEED TODAY. Her name is Maame Abena Serwah Donkor. A graduate of Accra Polytechnic with a certification in Operations & Supply Chain Management. IMAGE: MAAME ABENA SERWAH DONKOR/FACEBOOK She also happens to be the Head of Sales and Marketing of Reality Sports Consult. Will you be surprised if we tell you she’s a snail farmer? Well! she is and she has also trained others to start their own farms which are quite commendable. She posted her story on Facebook and you need to read it. This is indeed the new Ghana. Read her story below: Hi! My name is

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SSNIT SCANDAL: OTHER CORRUPT DEALS IDENTIFIED – EOCO BOSS

SSNIT SCANDAL: OTHER CORRUPT DEALS IDENTIFIED – EOCO BOSS. The Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO), has given itself a week more, to conclude investigations into how the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) , spent a whopping $72 million on Operational Business Suite (OBS) in a bid to digitize the Trust. The Executive Director of EOCO, K. K. Amoah, revealed this to Accra-based Peace FM, where he confirmed that his outfit had uncovered “some corrupt deals.” He said the crime office was looking to complete the investigation within seven days “because this matter is of interest to a lot of people.” “As I speak to you, my men

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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

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IT’S NOT AN ORDINARY DUSTIN – JOSPONG JUSTICES ¢258 PRICE

IT’S NOT AN ORDINARY DUSTIN – JOSPONG JUSTICES ¢258 PRICE. The Jospong Group of Companies says the $60 per unit cost [equivalent of ¢258] it charged the past government for the provision of one million bins and 900,000 bin liners in 2016, at $15.6 per piece was appropriate. The Group said the cost of raw materials for the production, distribution and transportation of bins to households were factored in the overall calculation, though distribution was not captured in the original contract. Communications Manager for Zoomlion Ghana, Robert Coleman said the Local Government Ministry was aware the dustbins would not be ordinary before it went ahead to award the contract. He

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A-PLUS RUNS AWAY AS POLICE CHASE FOR CORRUPTION ALLEGATION EVIDENCE

A-PLUS RUNS AWAY AS POLICE CHASE FOR CORRUPTION ALLEGATION EVIDENCE. Pro-NPP rapper A-Plus known as Kwame Asare Obeng is under pressure from the police to provide evidence for allegations he made against two Deputy Chiefs of Staff. Since A-Plus made the allegation on Facebook four days ago, he has been unable to supply evidence as police CID step into the matter, Myjoyonline.comhas gathered. The rapper who got presidential mention in Akufo-Addo’s victory speech has directed the police to speak to his lawyers, a development a private legal practitioner has described as unfortunate. Samson Lardy Ayenini said it is wrong for an accuser to refer the police to his lawyers for evidence after

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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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