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He noted that holding the event at the University of Cape Coast allowed the university community to experience, at first hand, and learn more about the Chinese culture

The Confucius Institute of University of Cape Coast on Tuesday celebrated the 2019 Chinese Spring Festival which marks the beginning of the New Year on the Chinese traditional calendar.

The celebration which is also known as the Chinese New Year Festival is the grandest festival and one of the most colorful annual events in china. It exhibits the rich and colorful culture of the Chinese.

The ROPAA law, 2006 [Act 699], seeks to allow qualified Ghanaians abroad

In facilitating and preparing towards the implementation of the Representation of People’s Amendment Act (ROPAA), the ROPAA Implementation Committee has held a consultation meeting with stakeholders in Cape Coast.

The meeting was part of the nine-member-Committee’s mandate to seek the opinion of key stakeholders through engagement on the best approach to implement the Act.

Prof. Kwadwo said governments over the years have not developed any serious comprehensive policies

Prof. Moses Kwadwo of the Department of Agriculture Economics and Extensions at University of Cape Coast says Ghana cannot be relieved of the unemployment crises it faces if the approach used in tackling the problem is not changed.
According to him, policies implemented by governments over the years to tackle unemployment have failed.

The Accra Regional Police Commander, DCOP Patrick Adusei Sarpong has called for a reduction in the over politicization of the security system in the country.

According to him, security personnel in the country are not able to effectively perform their duties due to the regular interference from political parties when in power.

The police is however advising the general public within the central region against raising false kidnapping alarms

The Central Regional Police Command is cautioning the general public against causing unnecessary panic with false kidnap alerts.
The caution comes at the heels of a false alarm that was raised at the St Lawrence Catholic School at Abura Wednesday afternoon that nearly turned fatal.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on two main political parties, NPP and the NDC to as a matter of urgency meet to find measures to end politically motivated violence in the country.

The spate of the activities of political security groups in recent times have heightened the fear of insecurity in the country with vehement calls for disarming and disbanding of these groups.

As part of activities to welcome them into the region, a courtesy call was paid to the honourable Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamena Duncan yesterday.

Two basic schools from Togo are currently on a language emersion exchange programme at the University of Cape Coast. The exchange programme which is a joint collaboration of the University of Cape Coast Basic school, the Cours Lumiere and Canadian International School is to afford pupils from the visiting schools an opportunity to learn, interact with the host’s culture and more importantly, learn the English language.

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