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‘VVU’ Graduands to demonstrate over ‘Killer’ Graduation Fee

Share This Story Some graduands of Valley View University(VVU), a Sabbath Private Tertiary institution in Ghana with many campus nationwide have threatened to embark on a massive demonstration against the school authorities following ‘throat cutting’ graduation fee of Eight hundred cedis (GH 800.00) proposed by their administration in a meeting organized at their auditorium on Monday, 15th April,2019 According to… Read More

Sixteen People Attended Patapaa’s Show Not Three – CEO

Share This Story The CEO of Young Mission Entertainment, Nana Yaw Amoako has given the exact number of people who attended the said ‘show’ performed by ‘One Corner’ hitmaker, Patapaa in Norway. According to him, 16 people including the promoter attended the show and not three as was earlier reported. Describing the attendance as not encouraging, Nana Yaw said due… Read More
Ghana Politics 

President Akufo-Addo Cuts Sod For Tamale Interchange; Launches $2 Billion Sinohydro Deal

Share This Story The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has launched the $2 billion Government of Ghana – SinoHydro Master Project Support Agreement (MPSA), and also cut the sod for the construction of the Tamale Interchange, the first interchange in the northern sector of the country. According to President Akufo-Addo, Ghana, through a barter arrangement, will have… Read More

UPDATED: ‘KMA’ receives approval to complete Krofrom Market(Photos)

Share This Story The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has received a ‘No Objection’ from the Ministry of Finance to contract a loan from the Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited for the completion of the Krofrom Market project. A section of the market in display Consequently, the Consultant, Avangarde Design Services has met the contractors and they will soon get back to… Read More

Kumasi; 938, 000 tree seedlings planted Under KKCG Project(Photos)

Share This Story Mr. Osei Assibey-Antwi, the Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) of Kumasi has accounted a total of 938, 000 exotic and indigenous tree seedlings of different species planted under the ‘Keep Kumasi Clean and Green (KKCG)’ project. According to the MCE, Two thousand of those seedlings, comprising only of coconut species were planted along water bodies and some ceremonial… Read More