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Allegation Of Sale Of Kotobabi Cluster Of Schools Land YOUTH TACKLE CRITICS ...And Say Project Is Not Meant For Gambling

By Frank Amponsah

It has emerged that the allegations being bandied about in sections of the Media on the purported sale of the Kotobabi Cluster of Schools land by the Mayor of Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Dr Okoe Vanderpuije, to "Gamblers" ar...

CONFUSION ROCKS NATIONAL YOUTH AUTHORITY ...As Ras Mubarak Sacks Director Of Finance For Failing To Obey His Orders

CONFUSION ROCKS NATIONAL YOUTH AUTHORITY ...As Ras Mubarak Sacks Director Of Finance For Failing To Obey His Orders

By Kwabena Adu Koranteng

The Director of Finance at the  National Youth Authority,  Mr Aminu Abdullai  has been fired by    Ras Mubarak, the Acting National Coordinator  of the Authority for   refusing to distribute a  whopping  GHC450,000 (Four Hu...

BNI ‘Begs’ Court For More Time …As Court Remands Ex NSS Boss Again!

An Accra Circuit Court has for the second time, remanded the former Executive Director of the National Service Scheme (NSS), Alhaji Alhassan Mohammed Imoro.

 

‘TWEAA’ DCE BACK

The former District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ahafo Ano South in the Ashanti region, Gabriel Barima has been renominated by President John Dramani Mahama.

Gov’t Pays More For ‘Oil Roads’

Gov’t Pays More For ‘Oil Roads’

From Marlvin-James Dadzie, Western Region

It is costing government more to complete oil-funded roads in the Western Region due to improper planning on the use of the country’s oil revenue, The New Crusading GUIDE has discovered.

Doomsayers Nearly Crashed Economy … But Worse Is Over - Prez Mahama

Doomsayers Nearly Crashed Economy … But Worse Is Over - Prez Mahama

As part of his 4 day United Kingdom tour, President John Dramani Mahama has chastised doom bearers of the Ghanaian economy who forecasted the cedi dropping to as low as Ghc10 to $1, stressing that those seeking the downfall of the state ought to bear...

S&P DOWNGRADES GHANA B-

S&P DOWNGRADES GHANA B-

Ghana’s credit rating has been downgraded further into “junk” territory by Standard & Poor’s on concerns that access to financing will continue to be a struggle even if the nation enters an International Monetary Fund programme.

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