Cape Coast, June 21, GNA – Mrs Bridget Baaba Nzima-Mensah, Central Regional Guidance and Counseling Coordinator of the Ghana Education Service, (GES) has urged adolescent girls to concentrate on their education to develop the requisite skills and abilities that would empower them to have successful careers.
Accra, June 21, GNA – The National Service Secretariat, has released postings of 70,407 National Service Personnel for the 2016/2017 service year.
Cape Coast, June 21, GNA – Mrs Bridget Baaba Nzima-Mensah, Central Regional Guidance and Counseling Coordinator of the Ghana Education Service, (GES) to concentrate on their education to develop the requisite skills and abilities that would empower them to have successful careers.
Kumasi, June 20, GNA – Dr. Isaac Okyere, a Heart Surgeon at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi and an old student of the Anglican Senior High School (SHS), has appealed to his colleagues, particularly those in the diaspora, to mobilize resources to improve the school’s infrastructure.
Amanase (E/R), June 20, GNA – The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has rolled-out a project to deepen accountability and transparency in local governance in Ghana, to make the assemblies more responsive to citizens’ needs.
Accra , June 20, GNA -That patrons will enjoy themselves this coming weekend at the 2016 edition of the Stanbic Jazz Festival is no news. What is news is the fact that hosting global legends such as Bob James, the two-time Grammy winner and the main act for this year, provides the perfect opportunity for collaboration between Ghana based musical talents and their international counterparts.
Bolgatanga, June 20, GNA – Traditional rulers in the Upper East Region, have been educated on the Domestic Violence Act at a day’s workshop in Bolgatanga.
Kasoa (C/R), June 20, GNA – Awutu-Senya East Inter-Party Dialogue Committee (IPDC), was launched to assist the Municipal National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) to educate the electorate on electoral laws in the Municipality.
Bongo, (U/E), June 20, GNA – The Paramount Chief of Bongo, Baba Salifu Aleemyarum, has asked for a national legislation to empower chiefs to punish those who commit environmental offences because the legal system has failed to successfully prosecute them.
Tema, June 20, GNA – The Senior Staff Association of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), has called on the government to come to the aid of the Authority before it collapses.