Author: Brah Lyrix

The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress,NDC John Dramani Mahama has stated in a press statement that NDC still remains committed to investing in teacher education and professional development programmes. In extending his appreciation and gratitude to all teachers in Ghana,he stated that teachers play incredible role, sacrificing and striving hard for the excellence and shaping the lives of future generations.Teaching I’d more than just a profession. He also stated that “To this end, the National Democratic Congress remains committed to investing in teacher education and professional development programmes.We understand that well-trained and motivated teachers are the key to unlocking…

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The Education Minister,Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has disclosed that government is considering paying transfer grants to teachers who accepts and are willing to be posted to degraded communities. Dr. Adutwum stated that their move is aimed at reaching the teacher-student ratio in the country. Speaking at the National Teacher’s Day celebration in Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana, Dr. Yaw Osei mentioned that our country is having inadequate teachers. He stated that “If we are to pay transfer grants for teachers to go and offer their services to the most needed communities,we will pay.And we can forever put to…

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Ghana Tourism Authority as part of its activities collaborate with the Forestry Commission to plant trees to commemorate World Tourism Day in the western region. World Tourism Day is an annual celebration on the 27th of September, as such, Ghana joined the rest of the world to heighten the awareness on the contribution of tourism to national development under the theme, “Tourism and Green Investment”. The theme hinges on protecting the ecosystem. At the Takoradi Sports Club yesterday, Ghana Tourism Authority collaborated with the Forestry Commission Wildlife Division to plant trees such as royal palms, mahogany and umbrella trees. In…

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Today, it turned out in court that the Inchaban Treatmem Plant’s cable thief, Baba Salihu, believed to be 17 years and therefore a minor whose identity needed to be protected, is not a minor after all. He was asked to produce his Ghana card in court to prove his age. Lo and behold, he was 18 years and was subsequently sentenced to 24 months in prison by the Shama Majistrate Court presided over by Ms. Patience Ablorh. He was not given the option to pay a fine for a good reason. It came to light that he was sentenced to…

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Lifestyle segment hosted by Bertina Sweetie Doie on the Newday Breakfast Show on Tuesday 26, she stated the various causes,symptoms, preventions and home remedies to cure foot rot. Foot rot medically known as tines pedis is an infection caused by fungi and it usually takes root on the surface of the skin. The most common species of fungus that causes the infection is trichophyton rubrum. This species can also invade the nails, causing nail infections. Most common causes of foot rot are, Shoes and socks crest a warm, moist environment that fungi needs to thrive. Feet are exposed to fungus…

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Alan Kyerematen Resigns from NPP Once More, Declares Independent Candidacy for 2024 Elections In a surprising twist, Alan Kyerematen, a prominent figure within the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has announced his departure from the party and declared his candidacy as an independent in the upcoming 2024 elections. Kyerematen’s decision has sent shockwaves through the political landscape, as he has been a dedicated member of the NPP for many years. Known as a seasoned politician, he has played significant roles in various government positions. However, during a press conference held in Accra on Monday, September 25, Mr. Kyerematen outlined his reasons…

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Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is an infection that attacks the body’s immune system. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is the most advanced stage of the disease. HIV targets the body’s white blood cells, weakening the immune system. This makes it easier to get sick with diseases like tuberculosis, infections and some cancers. HIV is spread from the body fluids of an infected person, including blood, breast milk, semen and vaginal fluids. It can also spread from a mother to her baby People mistake HIV and AIDS interchangeably, these are two different things HIV is a virus whiles AIDS is a condition…

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Tragedy struck Anto-Aboso in the Shama District of the Western Region when an Ammonia nitrate explosion occurred at a Chinese-operated quarry site on a fateful Saturday night. The incident has claimed several lives, with some individuals still missing. Emmanuel Owuewie, the local Assemblyman residing near the quarry, described a terrifying experience as his ceiling collapsed during the explosion. Presently, firefighting personnel and security teams have converged on the site to assist in rescue operations. This unfortunate event follows a similar catastrophe in Appiate within the same region. On January 20, 2022, an explosion ensued when a truck, owned by Maxam…

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In a star-studded extravaganza that merged the world of music with the allure of sun-soaked beaches, the highly anticipated beach music festival, HEY IBIZA WAVE II, reached unprecedented heights of success, leaving attendees and the coastal community buzzing with excitement. This phenomenal gathering of talent and entertainment not only delighted music lovers but also captured the attention of A-list personalities, turning the festival into a glittering hotspot of both music and celebrity sightings. Set along the pristine shores of Alora Beach Resort on June 25, ‘HEY IBIZA WAVE II’ transformed the beach into a paradise of rhythm and revelry. Festival…

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SummerJam, one of Europe’s most renowned music festivals, witnessed an unforgettable moment as VGMA Artiste of the Year, Black Sherif took the stage and delivered a show-stopping performance to a roaring crowd of 30,000 fans. The festival, which commenced on June 30, 2023, and will run until July 2, features an impressive lineup of artists including Peter Fox, Jan Delay, The Skints, Groundation, Tanya Stephens, SOJA, Ky-Mani Marley, Alborosie, and Third World. Black Sherif photographed by Og_farouk Black Sherif’s performance at SummerJam turned the festival into a grand party, with fans enthusiastically singing along to every word of his songs. One standout…

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