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PSG BEATS LYON TO LEAD LIGUE 1 WITH 12 POINTS DEFERENCE

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Lyon defender Fernando Marcal’s comical own goal helped Paris St-Germain claim victory and open up a 12-point lead at the top of Ligue 1. With no PSG player in sight, full-back Marcal smashed a shot into the roof of his own net from Julian Draxler’s pass. That had put Thomas …

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Mim Nkensere Residents Cry To Gov’t To Fix Death Trap Road

  Residents of Mim Nkensere, a town located in the Ahafo Region are crying to government as a matter of urgency to fix their deplorable road for them in order to allow safe and easy movement. The town which is part of the newly created Ahafo Region is faced with …

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NEW MUSIC: Lil Jay- Poor No Friend (Prod. By Ken Boaz)

  Currently, a poor man in Ghana has no friend. They are seen as nothing at all. They are not respected as well. This unfair treatment towards the poor has pressurized up and coming act Lil Jay to lace together words to show his disdain towards how the poor are …

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GIJ to Meet GIMPA in a Friendly Debate on February 28

Story by Nkansah Thelma Owiredua The Writers and Debaters Society (WDS) GIJ Chapter will be meeting their opponents from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) on February 28 for a friendly debate competition ahead of this year’s Ghana Universities Debaters Championship. The competition will be held at …

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Petroleum Commission urged to engage GSA to standardize oil measurement

Parliament has urged the Petroleum Commission to work with the Ghana Standards Authority, (GSA), to check the measurement of Ghana’s oil meant for export. This follows concerns raised by some civil Society Organizations about the metering system used by multinational companies producing oil in Ghana. After debating the issue on …

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Akufo-Addo should consider sacking officials over galamsey scandal – Yaw Oppong

A legal practitioner, Yaw Oppong, says President Nana Akufo-Addo should start sacking officials overseeing the regulation of mining in the country following the recent scandal that has hit the sector. Most recently, the inability of the government to account for hundreds of seized excavators has sparked allegations of state complicity in illegal …

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