Consider reopening schools in January 2021 – CHASS to government

The Conference of Heads of Assisted Senior Secondary Schools (CHASS) has asked the government to consider reopening schools in January 2021. Schools have been closed since March 15, 2020, as part of the government’s measures to curtail the spread of the COVID-19. Government has been in discussions with various stakeholders within the sector in order to devise a comprehensive and detailed plan on the reopening of schools. The National President of CHASS, Alhaji Yakubu Abubakar, in a Citi News interview, suggested January 2021 as an appropriate time for schools to reopen.…

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CPP Applauds Ghanaians For Peace In 2020

The Convention People’s Party (CPP), on Friday, commended the nation’s stakeholders for ensuring peace and progress in the country in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Election 2020; “Ghana is still standing as a united nation”. Dr Onsy Kwame Nkrumah, CPP First Vice-Chairman who gave the commendation in a New Year message to the Ghana News Agency in Accra saluted Ghanaians for their immense contributions towards peace and stability. He also acknowledged the sense of patriotism exhibited by large number of people and love for God the Almighty whose…

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Creditors Storm TMA Over Judgement Debt

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly is being besieged by creditors as copies of a court notice issued by an Accra High Court over unpaid judgement debts have been pasted all over its walls. The notice dated December 23, 2020 had Derkak Construction Company Limited as the plaintiff and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) as the defendant. It reads, “whereas writ of Fi. Fa dated at Accra the 01st day of Sept. 2020 has been issued under the hand of his Hon. Lordship Justice Anin Yeboah Chief Justice of Ghana at the…

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Jürgen Klopp urges Premier League to avoid Covid ‘circuit-breaker’ shutdown

Jürgen Klopp believes the Premier League should avoid implementing a “circuit-breaker” shutdown designed to control the rising number of Covid-19 cases at clubs if at all possible. “I think the competition can go on,” said Liverpool’s manager, presumably mindful of the severe fixture congestion that would be an inevitable consequence of such a suspension. “And it’s also important it goes on. People want to watch it and, in this case, we are not part of society. Closure of Covid-testing facility a factor in Championship match being called off Read more…

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ACCRA-TEMA MOTORWAY EXPANSION CONTRACT SIGNED.

The ministry of roads and highway has announced that, it has signed a contract, Pourtugese conglomerate Mota-Engel,Engenharia E construction Africa S.A for the design and construction of Accra -Tema motorway project . This statement was announced in a press release signed by the minister of roads and highways, Kwasi Amoako-Atta. It was stated that, the contract was signed on December 16,2020 after the public procurement authority and central Tender review board approved it. However , the actual construction works will start soon after the detailed design has been approved and…

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