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A five day coding course organized by Vodafone Ghana Foundation has opened in Cape Coast for thirty [30] selected girls to provide them with basic knowledge of computer languages and development programmes.

The course will enable the girls, drawn from the University of Education, Winneba, focus on setting up apps and develop a website by the end of the one-week training programme.

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has called on the government to construct an ultra-modern and well equipped Regional Hospital in Takoradi to enable the health industry to handle emergencies and other serious health hazards the Oil and Gas industry poses to the people of the Oil city.

This was contained in a Press release issued at the end of the 17th Annual Public lecture and 4th National Executive Council(NEC) Meeting of the Association for the year 2017 held under the theme: ‘Oil and Gas Industry in Ghana – The Missing Link’.

City of Love Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Cape Coast has organized a medical outreach programme for the Kakumdo community as part of its social responsibility in fighting diseases and ensuring good health for all.

The Chief Executive Officer of the NGO, Rev. Dr. Isaac Kweku Koomson said, the foundation is aimed at providing support and assistance to single parents and the less privileged in society.

A security Analyst, Habib Saani, says criminals in the country have recently become more audacious and daring raising questions of what gives the criminals the drive to attack individuals in broad day light without the fear of being apprehended.

According to the Security Analyst, the emerging trend is becoming a more security threat to the country than was thought to be.

Director of Caribbean Cultural Center, New York, Dr. Marta Mereno Vega, has indicated that it is high time the African woman rose to her feet to reconstruct constructs and systems that are synonymous to slavery in today’s world.

She noted that women form a major part of society and their contributions to humanity and Pan Africanism for that matter cannot be underestimated.

Retiring staff of University of Cape Coast [UCC] and staff in active service who have excelled in the execution of their duties have been recognized at this year’s Send-Off and Long Service Award Ceremony.