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PRISONERS FREED UNDER JUSTICE FOR ALL

Seventeen Prisoners, who had been on remand awaiting trial at the Sunyani Central Prisons for varying lengths of time have been released under the Access to Justice Project.  Briefing the Media, an Appeals Court Judge in charge of the Project, Justice ClemenceHonyenuga said in a bid to do more to decongest Ghana’s prisons, the Access to Justice Project is to ...

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ACTIVITIES HERALDING WORLD AIDS DAY UNDERWAY

A health Walk organized to raise awareness about the celebration of World AIDS Day was partially marred when a six year old boy was hit and killed by a car.  The incident occurred at the Fiapre Station in Sunyani West, where Participants in the walk had gathered. The Health Walk was one of the activities lined up to herald World’s AIDS ...

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ENDING CHILD MARRIAGE PROGRAM LAUNCHED

ActionAid in collaboration with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have launched a programme dubbed “Ending Child Marriage” to be rolled out in twelve Districts across Ghana. The overall goal of the programme is to contribute to the elimination of child marriage in Ghana and reduce socio-cultural practices that facilitate the phenomenon in the target districts of the country. Speaking at ...

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FOOD WASTE AND FOOD LOSS IN AN ERA OF FOOD SECURITY

One of the biggest disincentive to  food production in the agricultural industry pertains to post-harvest losses. Whilst considerable inputs are being invested by stakeholders to increase production and reduce food loss and food waste, report from the FAO-World Bank, 2010, suggests that one third of the food produced globally get lost or wasted. This represents a loss of 1.3 billion tons of food per ...

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Towards Ethical Excellence

Towards Ethical Excellence Prof. Hubert Rampersad, Ph.D. Why Corporate Governance Fails and Lacks Sustainability (1)   Poor ethical leadership, lack of personal integrity, mismanagement, fraud, corruption, and violation of corporate governance rules are the main contributors towards bankruptcy and financial failures in large organizations. Most of these  organizations have comprehensive corporate governance codes in place, implemented by the left brain ...

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BRONG-AHAFOA TOURISM AWARDS NIGHT

Hoteliers in the Bono-Ahafo Region have signaled their intention to work harder to improve standards and place the region, firmly on the international conference tourism map in particular and tourism in general, with the development of word class hotels, conference venues and allied facilities. The proprieter of the only 3 star hotel in Bono-Ahafo, EusbettHotels’s Sam Benett, who stated this, ...

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POLICE SWOOP ON MARIJUANA DEALERS

The police in Bono-Ahafo have made an appeal to the public, especially those in the Tain District for information leading to the arrest of a suspected drug dealer, whose name was given as David. David managed to escape during a police swoop at Hiamankyene near, Nsakaw in the Tain District. But his two wives and 4 others along with a ...

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PNC HOLD REGIONAL CONGRESS

NARR: Multiple times Flagbearer of the People’s National Convention, (PNC), Dr. Edward Mahama has strongly admonished Ghanaians not to press the “self-destruct” button over differences as to how best to deal with challenges associated with the Voters Register. Speaking to Radio Ghana on the sidelines of the Regional Congress of the PNC in Sunyani, in the Bono-Ahafo Region, Dr. Mahama ...

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LITTLE ABI CALLS FOR HELP

Five year old Abigail Djan from the Brong Ahafo regional capital, Sunyani, requires an amount of fifty-six thousand five hundred and fifty (Gh. 56,550) cedis to undergo urgent surgery to safe her life. She has been diagnosed with Pott’s disease or Pott’s deformity which has affected her spinal cord. As a result, Abigail can neither walk at normal pace nor pass ...

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MOFA TO MODERNISE GARI PROCESSING

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture says getting Gari processors in the Brong-Ahafo region to practice modern processing methods under hygienic conditions, remains a top most priority. As part of activities mapped out to champion this course, women in the Agric Development department under the auspices of MOFA, continues to interact with processors in parts of the region to keep them abreast ...

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