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Mr Mattew Nyaaba, a tutor at the Gambaga College of Education has bemoaned on Governments initiative in the adoption of full virtual education in colleges. According to him, Ghana can’t implement a full Virtual Education in this time of CONVID’19 but we can adapt a partial virtual education. Speaking in an exclusive conversation this is …

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Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) under the auspices of the Tourism Arts and Culture Ministry has launched a new campaign to ignite the Ghanaian heritage in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign, themed ‘Stay Home, Know Ghana’ seeks to educate, engage and entertain Ghanaians on tourist sites during their stay home. The campaign is …

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Students at the Ghana Institute of Journalism are not happy with a decision by school authorities to hold this second semester’s examinations online. The students believe that this would cause a lot of inconvenience to students, especially those who are already struggling to adjust to online academic activities. On Wednesday, management of the school released …

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The government of Ghana will be spending a cumulative amount of GH¢1 billion within the next three months as it absorbs the electricity bills of Ghanaians for the period. Speaking at a press briefing in Accra on April 16, Minister of Energy, John Peter Amewu, says the amount will cover 4.8m meters of both low …

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Leader of Ghana’s coronavirus test team, Dr Samuel Kaba Akoriyea, says Ghana’s Covid-19 cases will not hit the thousands as has been the case for other countries in Europe, Asia, and the US. The US has currently recorded about 386,587 cases followed by Spain and Italy with 140,511 and 135,586 respectively. According to the health …

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Parliament today vetted the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s nominee as the Deputy Minister for Health Dr. Benard Oko-Boye as part of its prior approval duties enshrined in the 1992 Constitution. The president’s nominee told Parliament’s Appointments Committee that he willfully commit his time, expertise and energy to his new assignment if given the nod. …

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Ghana’s Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah says that the country has, as of Wednesday evening, conducted 50,719 COVID19 tests. Out of the number, 641 of the tests have turned out to be positive of the virus. This means that about 1.3% of persons tested for COVID19 in the country have been infected with the virus. …

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