Parliamentary Calls for Committee to Implemented AG's Report

The Speaker, Edward Doe Adjaho, have called for the establishment of an Audit Report Implementation Committee to take up recommendations of the Auditor-General’s (AG) and sanction individuals cited for gross financial mismanagement.

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OXFAM Mobilizes 28 Million Pounds Sterling Towards EVD Prevention And Reduction

Mr Aboubacry TALL, West Africa Regional Director of OXFAM international, an international Non-Governmental Organization, has underscored the importance of strong health systems in the fight against the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

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MTN Partners Ecobank To Stock The National Blood Bank

The annual blood donation exercise of the Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) Ghana Foundation, dubbed ‘Save a Life Campaign,has taken place in Accra.

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Accra Polytechnic Signs MoU With Kinetic Development Company

A team of academic and administrative heads of the Accra Polytechnic has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kinetic Development Company (KDC) in Accra.

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Government Mobilizes Funds To Complete Takoradi Port Project

Government is mobilizing funds to undertake the second phase of the Takoradi Port Expansion Project, Mrs Dzifa Ativor, Minister of Transport, has said.

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CAGD Entreats Heads Of Depts To Take Ownership Of Payrolls

The Controller and Accountant General Department (CAGD) has entreated all Heads of Department to take ownership of their payrolls and take steps to validate the payroll on time every month.

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Inflation Rate Fell To 16.4 Per Cent In January

The year-on-year inflation rate stood at 16.4 per cent in January, down by 0.6 percentage points from 17 per cent recorded in December on stable food prices and drop in oil prices .

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Sports Minister Presents Budget for 2015 AFCON

Minister for Youth and Sports, Mahama Ayariga, has disclosed that government approved a total of GH¢18.5m for Ghana's preparation and participation in the 2015 AFCON tournament.

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