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June 20, 2013
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‘A Biometric Voters register must at all cost go with an electronic verification system.’ This is the position of the opposition New Patriotic Party in Ghana, the Catholic Bishops and a section of the Ghanaian population.
An investigation by the Enslavement Protection Alliance West Africa (EPAWA), a non-governmental organization in Ghana has revealed that many Chinese prostitutes are being trafficked to Ghana to service expatriate communities in the country.
Music is good for the soul and also soothing for the heart. The power of music was manifested over the weekend, when two feuding former Heads of State in Ghana, John Kufuor and Jerry Rawlings were united at a musical concert.
Ghana’s Electoral Commission Chairman, Dr. Kwadwo Afari Gyan has confirmed that prisoners in the country will be allowed to vote in the 2012 presidential and general elections.
President John Atta Mills has challenged the UK's threat to cut aid if he refuses to legalize homosexuality.
Pharmacists in Ghana have threatened to begin an indefinite nationwide strike on Monday.
In a statement released in the capital, Accra, the Government and Hospital Pharmacists Association accused the Wages and Salaries Commission of employing what it called, “deceitful tactics”.
The medical doctors’ strike in Ghana has begun to bite, as it entered its second week, with some reports of abandoned patients dying in some public hospitals.
As the medical doctors strike continues in Ghana, politicians seem to have a good opportunity to flex their political muscles.
This is one of the worst times to fall sick in Ghana, as doctors there have begun a strike.
But why are they striking at this time?
Ghanaian authorities have called for strong action against pirates operating in the Gulf of Guinea.