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Final year students of Bimbilla Senior High School in the Northern Region were given just 30 minutes to pack out of the school for good after their final paper in the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) on Thursday.

There was heavy police and military presence at the school to enforce the directive.

The school’s headmaster, Mohammed Yakubu Mustapha, said he was worried the students had planned to attack teachers and destroy school property.

Gilbert Nii Ankrah is Public Relations Officer for Accra Metropolitan Assembly

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA)  has announced a ban on drumming and noisemaking.

The ban, which takes effect from 14th May to 14th June 2018, is to usher in the celebration of the Ga festival, Homowo.

Metro Chief Executive of Cape Coast, Mr. Ernest Arthur

The Metro Chief Executive of Cape Coast, Mr. Ernest Arthur has marked his first year in office with a series of radio interactions to render account on what his achievements have been since receiving the mandate and also answer questions residents of Cape Coast have on his administration.

Mr. Arthur when confirmed as the MCE a year ago identified three thematic areas as his focus. These include education, sanitation and the creation of job opportunities for the youth in Cape Coast.

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The Chief Scribe of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Kofi Yeboah, has charged journalists to be mindful of their own security in their line of duty.

Though he believes there are state instruments that allow journalists to operate without any form of hindrance, he believes individual journalists also have a responsibility to be conscious of their own safety while on assignments. Mr Kofi Yeboah notes, media houses will also have to put in measures that will safeguard journalists at all times.