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A 70-year-old man reportedly died in his car at the LEKMA Hospital in Accra, after seven hospitals turned him away over claims that there were no beds.

The late Prince Anthony Opoku Acheampong was the CEO of Printhony Printing Press in Adabraka, a suburb of Accra.

His company is reported to be the suppliers of stationery for C&J Medicare Hospital also in Adabraka, where he was first turned away.

Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamena Duncan

The honourable Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamena Duncan says Ghanaians should be fair with their assessment of the current government with regards to projects initiated under the Mahama led NDC administration.

There have been growing concerns about government’s commitment to national projects bequeathed by its predecessor. In the Central Region, one project that has received much attention in the public space is the neglect of the Komenda Sugar Factory.

Hooded Anas Aremeyaw Anas

All is set for the first public viewing of the much anticipated investigative film by a journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

The film, dubbed #Number12, focuses on corruption in football and football administration.

Even before its premiere, the video has generated a huge controversy, becoming the subject for many radio and TV discussions due to a revelation that the President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwasi Nyantakyi used the name of President Akufo-Addo to solicit bribes from supposed foreign investors.

Uncompleted hostel for Fisheries College at Anomabo

Concerns have been raised regarding a possible threat to a two-storey hostel facility which forms part of four structures which make up the first phase of projects at the Fisheries College project site.

Earlier projected to be completed by the close of 2017, works on the various facilities have stalled and according to the honourable central regional minister, Mr. Kwamena Duncan, funding remains a challenge.

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The state of the uncompleted hostel for Fisheries College at Anomabo

It may be a week late, but officials of the National Identification Authority (NIA) have finally begun the registration and instant issuance of the Ghana Card at the Presidency.

Officials were at the Jubilee House to register staffers after the false start on Monday, May 28.

The people of Denkyira in the Central Region have performed final rites to commemorate the forty days of the passing of their king, Odeefuo Boa Amponsem III.

Odeefuo Boa Amponsem’s demise was announced in Dunkwa on Friday, November 2, 2016 after a sixty-two-year rule. This makes the late king one of the longest serving kings in Ghana. He died at the ripe age of ninety-two. He was enstooled in 1955 and served as the President of the National House of Chiefs for a term beginning in 1999.

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