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Court places injunction on NDC flagbearer election

An Accra High Court has placed an interim injunction on the upcoming election by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to select a flagbearer for the Election 2020. It followed the filing of a suit by two members of the NDC in Accra, who are claiming that the guidelines for ...

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Canadian High Commission trained journalists on ethical gender reporting in Tamale

Source:savannanews24.com/Hamza Lansah Lolly/Abdulai Rafiq: The Canadian High Commission in collaboration with the Center of Journalism and Ethics have organized a seminar on ethical gender reporting for some selected journalists in the Northern Region. The seminar which was held on Monday, December 10, 2018 at University for Development Studies  (UDS) International Conference Center ...

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Daawa Islamic Center holds maiden graduation ceremony

Source:savannanews24.com: Daawa Islamic Center has held its maiden graduation ceremony in Katarga, a suburb of the Sagnarigu Municipality. A total of twenty (20) young people between the ages of 5-15 years distinguished themselves in the recitation of the Holy Quran and mastery of the Holy Prophet Mohammed Hardiths and Sunnah. ...

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Government to tax MoMo transactions from this month?

Telecom Operators could soon be paying taxes on revenue secured from Mobile Money transactions, according to persons close to the revenue agency. It is still not clear what might have influenced this move to start taxing fees charged by the telcos on mobile money transactions, but JoyBusiness understands that the ...

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NYA holds stakeholders forum on National Youth Policy in Tamale

Source: savannanews24.com: The National Youth Authority (NYA) has held a stakeholder consultative forum to review the existing National Youth Policy document in Tamale. . The forum which was held at the Modern city Hotel, Tamale, brought together various stakeholders including chiefs, civil society groups and the media to brainstorm for ...

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