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

Don’t expect us at Wednesday’s IPAC Meeting – NDC to EC

The largest opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) has served notice of boycotting the crucial Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The Electoral Commission expects to brief the political parties on preparation for the voters’ registration exercise. The political parties will be divided into two groups to allow

Supreme Court Annuls UEW’s Election of New Pro-Vice-Chancellor

The controversial elections of a new Pro Vice Chancellor by the University of Education, Winneba has been annulled. Professor Andy Ofori-Binkorang, who was the Acting Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Communications had been elected as the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Institution. The annulment of the election is as a result

Just In: Fire Guts Section of Immigration Office at Elubo

Criticalnewsgh.com can report that the arrival section of the Immigration  office at the Elubo border has been razed down by inferno. The incident happened around 10:00pm Sunday evening The cause of the inferno is not immediately known but many believed the multiple power cuts that occured around that time might have sparked the