NADMO, military, move to rescue victims of Accra floods

A joint team of military and the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) has gone on a rescue mission after torrential rains hit the capital around 10:30 pm on Monday through to the early hours of Tuesday. The Public Relations Officer for the National Disaster Management Organisation, George Ayisi in an …

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Lands Commission head office flooded; documents and computers destroyed

By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH Hundreds of documents, computers, and scanners at the Head Office of the Lands Commission in Cantonments, Accra, have been destroyed by floodwaters. The basement of the new building was heavily submerged in water after Saturday night’s downpour, leading to the flooding of the Records Room, Files Room, and I.T. …

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Our church not shrouded in mystery — Latter-Day Saints

The leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in West Africa has debunked the assertion that the church is a mystical entity stressing that it is a normal church like all other denominations in the country. It, therefore, urged Ghanaians to regard the church as a place …

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Accra West ECG recovers GH¢3.2m from power theft

The Accra West Region of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) recovered six gigawatt hours (GWh) of stolen power, amounting to GH¢3.2 million last year. The amount is GH¢700,000 higher than the GH¢2.5 million recoveries it made in 2020 of four GWh. “What it means is that we identified culprits …

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I bought my tigers for tourism, not to endanger public – Businessman

SOURCE: GRAPHICONLINE Ghanaian businessman Nana Kwame Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Caesar has responded to the public outcry over his ownership of two tigers and their housing at a private estate. According to him, he acquired the animals for tourism purposes and not to endanger residents of his Wonda World Estates, Avenue Lincoln …

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