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N1 highway safety enhancement reduces crashes, fatalities 

Road crashes and fatalities at the Lapaz intersection on the N1 highway in Accra has reduced drastically due to the road safety enhancement works in the area, Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, Mohammed Adjei Sowah has stated.

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UPPER EAST TO INTRODUCE REARING FOR FOOD AND JOBS —REGIONAL MINISTER

Upper East Regional Minister, Ms. Paulina Patience Abayage, has hinted of an additional programme “Rearing for Food and Jobs” which is to be rolled out in the course of the year.

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YOUTH MUST TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TOMATOES FARMING

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Berekum West, Mr. Isaac Osei has  urged the youth to take advantage of vegetable farming especially tomatoes, to better their lives instead of travelling to the cities  for non-existing white color jobs.

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Work begins on Oda 'Bonka Agyei' storm drains

Work has begun on the widely publicized Oda, 'Bonka Agyei' storm drains to stop the perennial flooding and sanitation challenges facing the Oda Township and its surrounding communities.

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Work begins on classroom blocks at Eshiem, Manso

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Asene Manso Akroso, Mr. Alex Incoom, has cut-sod for construction of two six-unit classroom blocks at two separate durbars of the chiefs and people of Akyem Eshiem and Akyem Manso.

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BONGO ASSEMBLY ACHIEVES REVENUE TARGET

The Bongo District Assembly was able to mobilize a total of GH₡230, 118.18 last year. This represents 99.03 percent of the Internally Generated Fund (IGF) target set target for the period.

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TAIN HOSPITAL TO BE COMPLETED BY JUNE

Mahmoud Omar, the resident site engineer is optimistic that the new Tain District Hospital will be completed by June this year.

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Govt assures PWDs of support 

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Birim Central, Mr. Kwabena Bempong has assured the physically challenged of government’s determination to support them under the community-based rehabilitation of programme to enable them to lead normal life.

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