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Pass your exams with dignity-DCE urged BECE students

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Source: savannanews24.com/Abubakari Abdul Razak   The District Chief Executive for Kumbungu District of the Northern Region, Hon Abdul Salam Hamza Abdul Fatawu has urged students sitting for this year’s 2017 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to pass their papers with distinction to propel them for future accomplishments. He again urged ...

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72 SECOND CYCLE SCHOOLS TO REOPEN IN TWO WEEKS

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By: Hamza Lansah Lolly and excerpt from myjoyonline Second cycles in the Northern Regions will be reopening in two weeks following the release of funds for payment of feeding grants. The Finance Ministry on Wednesday, released an amount of GHS106,697,628.80 to the Registrar of Scholarships for the payment. According to ...

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Gov’t releases funds for SHS feeding grants

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Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Abubakar Ibrahim The Finance Ministry has released an amount of GHS106,697,628.80 to the Registrar of Scholarships for payment of feeding grants for second cycle schools in the northern regions. It says the payment is in respect of the third term feeding grant for 137,300 students ...

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Mitsubishi pickup, motorbike missing from Education Ministry

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The 2013 Auditor-General’s Report has revealed that a Mitsubishi Pickup vehicle and a motorbike have been missing from the Ministry of Education (MoE) since 2012. The report indicated that the MoE contracted Messrs Shelter Mart and Complex, a licensed auctioneer and estate agent, to auction 32 vehicles and two jungle ...

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UEW student remanded for chewing fingers

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The Winneba Magistrate court has remanded a 23-year-old level 200 student of University of Education Winneba (UEW) into prison custody for chewing another person’s finger. Daniel Akombasam pleaded guilty with explanation but court presided over by Mr. Alexander Awore entered a plea of not guilty after the explanation. Narrating the ...

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