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The Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah, has called for the immediate expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador to Ghana, Ami Mehl, over his statement on Ghana’s vote against a decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

According to him, the Israeli Ambassador has shown gross disrespect to the integrity of the President Akufo-Addo and the people of Ghana.

Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, Charles Palmer-Buckle

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra has defended President Akufo-Addo’s recent controversial response in an Aljazeera Interview about legalizing homosexuality in the country.

Charles Palmer-Buckle said the President gave the right response and only emphasised Ghana’s cultural reality as it relates to homosexuality.

President Nana Akufo-Addo has promised a brighter future for all Ghanaians as the country joins the world to celebrate Christmas.

According to him, even though he is aware of the challenges that have plagued Ghanaians, he will devote his energy towards creating a free and prosperous nation for all.

The Ghana Health Service has put over 60 people under surveillance after a student of the Asamankese Senior High School (SHS) in the Eastern Region died of meningitis.

The death, which is the second in the Eastern Region after one at the Koforidua Secondary Technical School, brings to six the number of meningitis related deaths among students nationwide.

former Chief Executive Officer of NCA, William Tevie

The immediate past Chief Executive Officer of the National Communication Authority (NCA), William Tevie, and four others, have been put before a High Court over the alleged fraudulent $6 million contract between the NCA and Infraloks Development Limited (IDL).

Out of the three thousand and thirty three communities (3033) in the Central Region, only marginal figures of three hundred (300) are open defecation free. This means 2733 more communities are yet to be certified and declared.

Some of the communities which trailed on the league table have raised issues regarding the fact that the implementation agencies have not yet chosen their areas.

But the Acting Central Regional Environmental Health Officer, Paul Nutsugah says the communities must not be complacent waiting for implementation agencies but cultivate their own means to address the ODF status in the region.

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