Police at Ajumako in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam district of the Central Region say they have launched an investigation into circumstances leading to the demise of a twenty-five-year-old man after he participated in a Tramadol consumption challenge.
The head of the Department of Mathematics and Science at the College of Distance Education, UCC, Professor John Nelson Buah, has advised parents to live exemplary lives worth emulating by their children.
The Central Regional Branch of Komenda College Old Students Association (KOSA-Central) has climaxed its week long 2nd anniversary with a call on the Ghana Education Service to formulate policies that will not infringe on the fundamental human rights of teachers as enshrined in the constitution.
The leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has hinted it will hold a meeting today, August 2 to decide on their next line of action after the 31st July deadline given government on the payment of their Book and Research Allowance (BRA) elapsed.
An Economist, Dr. Theophilius Acheampong says the Bank of Ghana cannot, entirely, absorb itself of blame with matters that led to the liquidation of some banks and the subsequent merging of same into the Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited.
The Environmental Health Office of the Cape Coast Metro Assembly is resolute in its effort to make the metropolis open defecation free and is currently taking stock of public toilet facilities in its latest approach towards achieving its goal.