UCC 53rd Congregation: 4 Beneficiaries of MTN Bright Scholarship Graduate With 1st Class

Four beneficiaries of the MTN Bright Scholarship, a game changing initiative of the telecommunications giants, MTN have graduated with 1st class honours during the 53rd Congregation of the University of Cape Coast. The 4 benefiaries include Samuel Ampiah who offered Bachelor of Commerce (Finance), Elvis Attah, Bachelor of Science, biochemistry, Francis

AG’s Leave Directive Regrettable- Kojo Asante

The Director of Policy Research at the Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Kojo Asante has criticised the President’s decision to ask the Auditor General, Daniel Yao Domelevo to proceed on his accumulated leave. Dr. Asante at a press conference was unhappy that the President ignored other options that would have allowed the

Health Minister Starts Work After Covid-19 Recovery

Deputy Health Minister, Dr. Bernard Okoe Boye has disclosed that the substantive Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu has recovered after getting infected with COVID-19 a few weeks ago. According to him, Mr. Agyeman Manu is hale and hearty and has fully resumed his official duties. “Once he has been asymptomatic for two weeks,

Ghana’s Cocd-19 Case Count Hits 21k

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has risen to 21,968 after 891 new infections detected in 73 districts. Clinical recoveries are up to 17,156 with the death count standing at 129. The death rate from the virus in Ghana has been noted as 0.58 percent. There are 4,683 active cases of which 22 are severe