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Civil Society Workshop On Drug Policy Opens

Civil Society Organisations (CSO) from all member states of the Economic Commission for West Africa yesterday converged in Accra to brainstorm and strategise on practical measures to combat the drug menace in the sub-region.

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President not in Breach of Constitution- Speaker

Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, has refuted reports that President John Mahama has breached Article 72 of the Constitution which spells out the number of ministers that should be appointed to form a cabinet.

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Parliament Passes GYEEDA Bill

The Parliament yesterday passed into law the Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA) Bill 2014 to develop, coordinate, supervise and facilitate the creation of jobs for the youth.

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Stakeholders Validate National Gender Policy

The final validation of the new National Gender Policy, (NGP) has been held in Accra. 

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Government Committed To Improving Business Climate

Dr. Ekow Spio-Garbrah, the Minister of Trade and Industry has reiterated government’s commitment to improving the Ghanaian business climate and economy through the promotion of investment and private sector development.

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WHO Commends Ghana despite TB Detection Challenges

The World Health Organisation has commended Ghana for the tremendous progress made in fighting Tuberculosis despite the challenges of detecting cases.

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Vice President Assures Of Success Of SADA

Vice President, Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur has assured chiefs and people of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) zone that the initiative (SADA) would be a great one in improve their living conditions.

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Presbyterian University Wins Debate

The Presbyterian University College emerged champions of the maiden edition of the Inter-Private University Debate (IPUD) competition organised by TP Consult and the Private Universities Association of Ghana (PUSAG).

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