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The Head of Electricity Section of University of Cape Coast, Joseph Wilberforce Ansah has hinted that the university can cut down the alarming increase of electricity costs through a conscious effort by students to conserve power.

Speaking at an orientation for fresh students enrolled unto various programmes of the university for the 2017/2018 academic year, Mr. Ansah indicated that the total electricity consumption of the university for 2016 was GHS 8,522, 171.39. Currently, he noted that the debt of the university stands at over GHS 17 billion.

The University of Cape Coast is in E.C.G’s category of Special Load Tariff and therefore has its own control system. Mr. Wilberforce Ansah said the arrangement benefits the University, however, it confers the responsibility of saving power because it also implies that all the power including wastage is quantified and paid for.

Former Executive Director of the Centre for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems of University of Ghana, Legon, Professor Emmanuel Amamoo Otcher has revealed that Ghana will experience partial eclipse of the sun in the afternoon on August 21.

On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe inspiring sights.

Minister of Health - Kwaku Agyemang Manu

The Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyemang Manu says time has come for government to probe areas monies charged at hospital facilities go.

He said this in response to a question posed in connection with payment of hospital bills when he interacted with health workers at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital on Wednesday.

Mr. Agyemang Manu explained that since the end of the cash and carry system, government gets no revenue from the health services sector although the health facilities continue to charge patients.