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The Students’ Representative Council [SRC] Hall on the University of Cape Coast campus has scheduled its hall week celebration commencing from Monday 26th February 2018 to Sunday 4th March 2018.

The halls on the University of Cape Coast campus celebrate annual Hall week to champion the voice of the hall of residence on various societal issues as well as a platform for hallers to relax and unwind.

A Professor of Soil and Water Engineering at University of Cape Coast [UCC], Prof. Livingston Kobina Sam-Amoah has lauded government’s one-village-one-dam project saying, if successfully implemented, the project will help store water all year round for irrigation without farmers having to rely solely on rainfall to meet the water requirements of crops.

The Head of Department of French at the University of Cape Coast [UCC], Dr Mawuloe Koffi Kodah, has pointed that learning French in the University of Cape Coast is the best way of preparing oneself for the job market.

He says even though unemployment is on ascendancy, students from the department of French over the years are able to secure themselves key employment opportunities on the job market.

The Faculty of Law, UCC placed second in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court qualifying Competition held at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration(GIMPA) recently.

UCC was also adjudged the best in oral presentation and research documents for the competition.

Law Faculties that participated in the competition were Kwame Nkrumah University of Science (KNUST) which placed first; University of Cape Coast, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). Others were Central University College, University of Professional Studies and Kings University College.

The Vice-Chancellor of University of Cape Coast [UCC], Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has advised academic staff of the university to be truthful with their contributions towards publications for promotions.

He said in his observations, he has encountered some lecturers who intend to be promoted into defined areas they may not have contributed to with any publications.

The Vice Chancellor was speaking on Wednesday at the third experts’ forum of the Universities Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), UCC chapter.

The Motor Traffic and Transport Department [MTTD] of the Ghana Police Service has denied allegations that the presence of their personnel on some of the principal streets in the Metropolis contributes to the situation of increasing traffic experienced during the morning rush hours.

Inspector Oppong Twumasi of the Cape Coast MTTD attributes narrow roads, hawkers and indiscriminate parking by mostly, taxies that ply Mempeasem, Jukwa and Efutu to the traffic that occurs from Ayifua junction to the Cape Coast Technical University [CCTU].

Drivers who ply the North Jukwa road in Cape Coast in the Central region can now have a breather as the Department of Urban Roads (DUR) has started works on sections of the stretch.

The works which, according to the DUR will span a little over two weeks from February 21 to March 9, 2018, will have pot holes on the road patched. Drivers and other road users have vehemently complained about the poor state of the road.

According to the acting Regional Manager of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), Linda Afortey Annan, sections of the road will be blocked and traffic will be diverted during this period.

More attention will be directed towards improving basic education in public schools in the Central Region to bridge the seeming gap between the performance of pupils from private schools and those from the public stream.

Available Statistics indicate that from 2014 to 2017, less than 1% of pupils from public schools within the region gain admission into higher education.

Central Regional minister Kwamena Duncan disclosed this in an interaction with ATL FM as part of his engagement with some radio stations in the Cape Coast metropolis to mark his first anniversary in office.

Narrating the incident, the mother of the deceased said she saw the body of her daughter lying in a pool of blood on her wooden bed when she entered the room that evening.

Former Secretary of the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools [CHASS], Felix Essah, has commended the West African Examination Council [WAEC], for changing the schedule of the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination [WASSCE], from February to April.

The Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo, has charged the newly inaugurated nine (9) member Governing Board of the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), to as a matter of urgency, come up with a strategy to arrest the increasing spate of economic crimes in Ghana.

Addressing the Board after they were sworn in by High Court Judge, Justice Mrs. Ellen Amoah in her office, the Attorney General said the constraints of EOCO as an institution will be addressed.

Nonetheless, she said, the alarming state of financial crimes in the country requires urgent attention. With the level of experience of members of the Board, the AG said she was hopeful that they will rise to the occasion and arrest white collar crimes.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been eliminated from the Confederation Cup after losing 7-6 on penalties to CARA F/C Yesterday 21st February, 2018 in Congo.

Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi has explained why a Human Right Court in Accra decided to throw out Great Olympics' application for an interlocutory injunction on the league and congress.

David Ospina to start Arsenal's EFL Cup final against Manchester City

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Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina will start against Manchester City in Sunday's EFL Cup final, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.

Aaron Ramsey (groin) remains a doubt for the game at Wembley despite returning to training this week, while Mesut Ozil "should be ok" for the final having suffered with sickness.

Marcus Rashford could be forced to leave Manchester United, says Dennis Wise

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Marcus Rashford could be forced to leave Manchester United to secure regular first-team football, according to Dennis Wise.

The 20-year-old, who has missed the club's last two matches with a hip problem, hasn't started a Premier League match since the 2-2 draw against Burnley on December 26 and with the January arrival of Alexis Sanchez, the England international has subsequently been limited to 19 minutes of league football.

Bailey: I'll make Man Utd and Arsenal wait until I'm ready

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The 20-year-old attacker has been a sensation in Germany this season and has promised to bring an end to Leverkusen's silverware curse

Bayer Leverkusen striker Leon Bailey has indicated that he is prepared to make his long list of suitors wait, as he is not willing to depart before he has developed sufficiently.

Lionel Messi celebrates scoring for Barcelona

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Lionel Messi scored his first goal against Chelsea to earn Barcelona a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.

Messi had not found the net in eight previous matches against the Blues, but he punished Andreas Christensen's misdirected pass across his own box in the 75th minute to grab an away goal for Barca.

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Actor rubbishes death prophecies; says he's ready to die


Akrobeto has rubbished recent death prophecies regarding some prominent Ghanaians in the entertainment industry.

Ghanaian comedian-turned-musician, David Oscar Dogbe, has asked the public to ignore comedians who have conferred on themselves kingly and queenly titles.

In a Facebook post he made on Wednesday, 21st February, 2018, the ‘Rasta Love’ singer said he is the best thing that happened to Ghanaian stand-up comedy.

“Forget your kings, king – kongs, queens and self imposed monarchs. I am the best thing that happened to Ghanaian Stand up Comedy. Let any fellow who “can” claim otherwise, step up for a debate,” he wrote.

Comedienne Jacinta Joins The Sista Afia, Efia Odo And Fella Makafui Fight (VIDEO)


Ghanaian comedienne Jacinta Ocansey has added her voice to the ongoing fight between female entertainers Efia Odo, Fella Makafui and Sister Afia.

Medikal’s Mother Speaks At Last


Rapper Medikal for the past years in the music game has not been seen with his mum anywhere in public but that changed over the weekend at the One-Week celebration of Ebony, Zionfelix.net observed.

The yet-to-be sworn in Special Prosecutor Martin ABK Amidu has promised to respect the rights of citizens when he assumes office and will not abuse his powers.

In his last letter as ‘Citizen Vigilante’ of which he dubbed: “Parting thoughts as Citizen Vigilante”, the former deputy attorney general said no one must harbour fear over his approval “so long as that citizen has not seriously violated any law.”

“There is no need for any citizen to go into exile as some are alleged to have done, or to contemplate or fear my approval and pending appointment as Special Prosecutor, so long as that citizen has not seriously violated any law worth investigating or prosecuting in the national interest under my remit.

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Asunafo South, Mr Eric Opoku, has received an award as the best MP for communal and rural development for 2017.
The award, which was conferred on him by the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce and Administration (BORGCA), is in recognition of his contribution to the development efforts in the Asunafo South Constituency.

Presenting the award to Mr Opoku in Accra last Thursday, the Executive Director of BORGCA, Professor Victor Yankah, stated that the bureau came to that conclusion after a thorough research in the Asunafo South Constituency.

The former Vice-President, Mr Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, has assured the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party members that the NDC would surely return to power in 2020 and help revive the economy which was seriously facing challenges in the hands of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)- led government.

He, however, said winning the 2020 election would depend on unity among the party members from the grassroots to the national level, stressing that the party lost to the NPP due to factions and disunity in the NDC at the time of the last election.

He said, “we did not promise Ghanaians to do this or that when we were coming into power, but we delivered to the expectation of all Ghanaians, including the construction of roads and school infrastructure. We created jobs for the people before we left office, but what are we seeing currently with the NPP? They made the loudest noise of doing everything for this nation, but we can all attest to the fact that NPP has failed us."

The constituency primaries for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), originally scheduled to be held between February 21 and 24, 2018, has now been slated for Saturday, February 24 to Tuesday, February 27, 2018.

“This decision has been necessitated by a number of compelling reasons, including some important commitments of the party, the government, as well as the party's Members of Parliament in the august house, all of which coincide with the original dates for the Constituency Annual Delegates Conference, otherwise known as the constituency primaries,” according to a statement issued by the acting General Secretary of the NPP, Mr John Boadu.

I can’t impose any solution on Togo – Nana Addo


President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has told political leaders in Togo that he cannot impose any solution on them following the political crisis in that country.

A former president of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings says President Nana Akufo-Addo’s decision to appoint Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor is a clear indication that he is willing to fight corruption.

“The appointment of Amidu as Special Prosecutor from outside his own party shows the President is serious. It vindicates some of us,” Mr Rawlings said at a meeting with Japanese Ambassador to Ghana, Tsutomu Himeno.

The founder of the National Democratic Congress added that “No developed country should hold back in assisting our country to improve the lives of our people.”

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The yet-to-be sworn in Special Prosecutor Martin ABK Amidu has promised to respect the rights of citizens when he assumes office and will not abuse his powers.

In his last letter as ‘Citizen Vigilante’ of which he dubbed: “Parting thoughts as Citizen Vigilante”, the former deputy attorney general said no one must harbour fear over his approval “so long as that citizen has not seriously violated any law.”

“There is no need for any citizen to go into exile as some are alleged to have done, or to contemplate or fear my approval and pending appointment as Special Prosecutor, so long as that citizen has not seriously violated any law worth investigating or prosecuting in the national interest under my remit.

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