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Yola – Anybody or group threatening the peace and security of Nigeria is challenging the will of God, the Chairman, Adamawa Muslim Council, Alhaji Shu’aibu Girei, has said. Girei, said this in Yola on Saturday at the closing ceremony of the 26th Qur’anic Recitation Competition. He said that Almighty God had protected Nigeria from being destroyed in the past and would continue to protect the nation from evil-minded persons
You Are Here: Home » General News » Royal House supports inmates of Akuse Prisons Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // Young Adult Ministry of the Royal House Chapel International in Accra, has presented items to inmates of Akuse Prisons in the Eastern Region, as part of the Christmas festivities The items worth GH¢2,550, included packaged food, non-alcoholic drinks, biscuits and paints.
You Are Here: Home » General News » Let discipline be our guiding principle in 2012 – Bishop Ametefe Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // The Right Reverend Winfred Habel Yao Ametefe, Tema Diocesan Bishop of the Methodist Church, has underscored the need for Ghanaians to let discipline be their watch word in 2012. “We should always let discipline be our guiding principle for we are not in the jungle.
You Are Here: Home » General News » Last batch of Senya Beraku accident victims buried Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // The last six of the 27 persons, who died at Senya Beraku on December 27, 2011 when a water taker run over them during a street jam, were buried today Saturday at Senya Beraku in the Central Region. Eight of the deceased were buried on Thursday 29 December while 13 on December 30, 2011. The funeral of all the 27 follows immediately after burial of the last six today.
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You Are Here: Home » Politics » NDC cadres urged to see themselves as owners of the party Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // The Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Welfare, Mr Antwi Boasiako-Sekyere, has urged cadres to see themselves as owners of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He reminded them that they did not joined the party, but formed it for others to join and so could not individually or as a group decide to abandoned the party they formed
You Are Here: Home » General News » Decentralize NLC to ensure speedy adjudication of cases – Industrial workers Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // The Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) has urged Government to establish District and Regional offices of the National Labour Commission (NLC) to ensure efficient and speedy adjudication of labour issues. Mr Morgan Ayawine, Acting Deputy General Secretary of ICU in charge of operations made the call in a New Year resolution on behalf of the Union in Tema
You Are Here: Home » General News » Robbers kill woman, loot LPG sales Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // Five suspects have been picked up by the Akatsi Police in connection with last Thursday’s robbery at the Louis Gas Station near Akatsi in the Volta Region. The robbers, one wielding a single barrel locally manufactured gun, shot and killed Ablavi Shantai, 23, a female attendant in the process. A statement dated 31 December 2011 and signed by Mr Alex Bedie, Volta Regional Police Commander, said the robbers, three in number, attacked the Gas Depot, located near the District Assembly at around 2030 hours
You Are Here: Home » General News » Government is committed to address the needs of the poor – Veep Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // John Mahama - Vice President Vice President John Dramani Mahama, has reiterated government’s commitment to develop policy guidelines to enhance the delivery of pro-poor programes and projects for the benefit of the nation.
You Are Here: Home » General News » Ghana enters New Year with prayers and revelry Page last updated at Sunday, January 1, 2012 2:02 AM // Christians prayed and sang in praise of Jesus Christ, whilst tons of fireworks lit the night sky amidst jubilation as Ghanaians gave  spiritual and secular welcome to the New Year 2012. Elsewhere, other citizens, mainly the youth, danced their way into 2012 at night clubs and discotheques. The two groups had one thing in common – peace and prosperity for themselves, their country and mankind – but chose different routes to express them, a tour of Accra by Ghana News Agency on December 31st night to the dawn of January 1st, 2012 revealed