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The Deputy Executive Director of the National Service Scheme Dr. Gifty Oware Aboagye has explained that most problems associated with the payment of allowances stem from challenges that originate from the personnel themselves but not the secretariat.

In an interview with Theophilus Sosi during a recent visit to ATL FM, Mrs Aboagye explained that, in the past, personnel experienced delays with their banks but the service now deals directly with the banks to ensure prompt payment.

Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah

The Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has cautioned students of the university against indiscipline warning, management will take any student on for engaging in any form of misbehavior.

He said the university will impose strict sanctions on any student found culpable of any form of insubordination.

The Vice Chancellor gave the stern warning while addressing students at a welcome Christian church service organized for first year students of the University.

President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has reaffirmed his earnest zeal to fulfill all his campaign promises. He said his government is poised and has put in all the needed machinery to roll out each government policy promised during the 2016 elections.

He indicated his government has noted all the challenges confronting the economy and is fully prepared to deal with them.

Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources Kofi Addah says a stakeholder’s consultation has been completed for the drafting of a strategic action plan for the Ministry of Sanitation and water Resources.

The Ministry is therefore poised to take off with its agenda to make Ghana one of the cleanest cities in Africa.