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Chaos in Togo: Togolese residents urged to move to Ghana

Ghana faces an influx of refugees from neighboring Togo following political unrest aimed at deposing President Faure Gnassingbe. ‘Weaker’ Togolese residents have been urged to move to Ghana, a decision a protester described as “wise” as signals point to another round of protests. A protest last Saturday left seven dead and …

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Teachers who fail license exam to re-write

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has said that teachers who fail the licensing exam will be given another opportunity to write again. The National Teachers Council (NTC) of the Ministry of Education has announced that teachers will now have to pass a special examination before being granted the license to …

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PAC hearing: 40 EC vehicles auctioned without documents

It has emerged that the Electoral Commission (EC) in 2013 sold out 40 official vehicles at a little over GHc83, 000 to persons including staff without proper documentation. The vehicles which were predominantly 2007 model were disposed without a list, which made it difficult for the auditors to assess their …

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