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DIAMOND FM’S DAMBA FESTIVAL BLOOD DONATION FOR THE TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITAL ATTRACTS MORE DONORS THAN LAST YEAR.

DIAMOND FM’S DAMBA FESTIVAL BLOOD DONATION FOR THE TAMALE TEACHING HOSPITAL ATTRACTS MORE DONORS THAN LAST YEAR.

The Second edition of the Diamond FM 2018 Damba festival Blood donation exercise ended successfully on Monday at the premises of Diamond fm in Tamale The annual exercise attracted listeners from all walks of life and supporters of the various political parties in the region. Personalities including Northern Regional director of NCA, Abuabakari Iddrisu Aloma, […]

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CONFLICT AND PEACE ANALYST URGES GOVERNMENT TO COMPLEMENT THE PEACE BUILDING EFFORTS IN DAGBON WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOCIAL INTERVENTION PROGRAMMES

CONFLICT AND PEACE ANALYST URGES GOVERNMENT TO COMPLEMENT THE PEACE BUILDING EFFORTS IN DAGBON WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOCIAL INTERVENTION PROGRAMMES

Executive Director of the Jatikay center for human security and peace building, Adib Saani has urged government to complement the peace building efforts in Dagbon with the implementation of social interventions programmes that are aimed at improving livelihoods in the Northern region. According to him, peace in Dagbon can be harnessed by creating employment and […]

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PUBLIC OFFICE HOLDERS AND PUBLIC SERVANTS SOON TO HAND OVER GIFTS TO THEIR HEADS OF INSTITUTIONS TO TAKE FINAL DECISIONS ON THE DISPOSAL OF THE GIFT, UNDER NACAP

PUBLIC OFFICE HOLDERS AND PUBLIC SERVANTS SOON TO HAND OVER GIFTS TO THEIR HEADS OF INSTITUTIONS TO TAKE FINAL DECISIONS ON THE DISPOSAL OF THE GIFT, UNDER NACAP

A policy dubbed: “Ghana Gift Policy (GGP)” under the National Anti-corruption Action Plan (NACAP) would make it compulsory for public office holders and public servants to hand over gifts received to their heads of institutions to take final decisions on the disposal of the gift. Mr Chief State Attorney at the Office of the Attorney […]

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SUPREME COURT DISMISSES A LEGAL ACTION CHALLENGING FORMER PRESIDENT JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA’S REMISSION OF THE FOUR MONTH JAIL TERM SLAPPED ON THE INFAMOUS MUNTIE TRIO

SUPREME COURT DISMISSES A LEGAL ACTION CHALLENGING FORMER PRESIDENT JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA’S REMISSION OF THE FOUR MONTH JAIL TERM SLAPPED ON THE INFAMOUS MUNTIE TRIO

The Supreme Court has dismissed a legal action challenging Former President John Dramani’s Mahama remission of the four -month jail term slapped on the infamous Muntie trio. In a 5-2 majority decision Wednesday morning, a seven-member panel of the court ruled that the President’s powers to remit a conviction cover that of contempt of court. […]

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