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PRESS RELEASE: TUAAG gave government September 8 ultimatum

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Source: Savannanews24.com: Press Release by: Technical Universities Administrators Association of Ghana Members of the Technical Universities Administrators Association of Ghana (TUAAG), wish to express our dissatisfaction and disappointment with the lackadaisical attitude of government in the way issues of Technical Universities and Polytechnics are being handled. Government has failed in ...

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West Gonja DCE calls for suppport as Assembly held first meeting

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Source: Savannanews24.com /Nuhu Zulka: The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the West Gonja district in the northern region, Hon Seed Muhazu Jibril has called for full support from all stakeholders in the district to help his administration bring the needed development to the area. The DCE said this at the ...

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NPA begins nationwide LPG safety campaign

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Source: savannanews24.com The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has began a nationwide LPG Safety Campaign to educate consumers on the safe use of LPG. The first phase of the sensitization exercise began in Central Region and was led by the Chief Executive of NPA, Alhassan Tampuli and Deputy Minister of Energy ...

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Breaking news: Deputy Agric Minister resigns over ethnocentric comments

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Source: Savannanews24.com Information reaching savanannanews24.com indicates that the Deputy Agriculture, Minister Hon William Quaitoo who made ethnocentric comments about the people of the North has resigned. There have been several calls across the country for the Deputy Minister to resign or get sacked by the President  Nana Akufo-Addo after he ...

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Mahama boys hold secret meeting in V/R over prosecutions

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Mahama boys hold secret meeting in V/R over prosecutions Mahama boys hold secret meeting in V/R over prosecutions Former President John Mahama Today can report that some ministers and appointees of the erstwhile Mahama administration, alleged to have either engaged in corrupt practices or superintended over financial malfeasance, are living ...

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