Source: starrfm. com. gh - At least seven mourners have been confirmed dead while 64 others sustained varying degrees of injuries in a fatal accident in the Asamankese area in the Eastern region
Source: GNA - Market women in the Koforidua Township have disclosed that, bad roads, the power crisis and unstable economy are affecting their businesses.
In an interview with Ghana News Agency, Madam Afia Danso, a cold store owner said, the power crisis is affecting her since her frozen foods get spoilt whenever there is a power cut.
Source: brytfmonline.com - Ama Oparebea, 56, got drowned in an old abandoned mining pit in an attempt to rescue her two-year-old grandson, Desmond Opare who fell in the abandoned pit at Hia, a cottage near Pramkese in the Kwaebibrem District of the Eastern Region.
Source: daily Guide Ghana - Joseph Tetteh, the newly-elected New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Upper Manya Krobo Constituency in the Eastern Region, has assured the management of Asesewa Government Hospital of his continuous support for quality healthcare.
He was speaking at the presentation of over 25 boxes of detergents and other items worth over GHc2,000 to the Asesewa Government Hospital.
Mr Tetteh who was accompanied to the hospital by the area NPP executives, however, appealed to management to use the detergents to the benefit of the patients, adding that it would help to solve most of the challenges being faced by the hospital.
Source: GNA - The Western Regional Minister, Mr Paul Evans Aidoo, has charged the chiefs and people of Bibiani/Anhwianso/Bekwai District to demand swift prosecution and accountability for monies allegedly embezzled by two former officials of the Assembly.
The Regional Minister indicated that Mr Emmanuel Owusu-Ansah,
Source: myjoyonline.com - About 400 motorbikes and 300 bicycles meant to be distributed to health volunteers and field officers of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) in the Eastern Region have been exposed to the vagaries of the weather for about a year now and are beginning to rot.
Source: starrfmonline.com - Three children have drowned in a well being used for irrigation purposes in the Akuapem North municipality of the Eastern region.
The children - Stephen Kwadwo Baah 6, Adam Addo 4, and Kwadwo Offei 6 – went missing on Friday and were later found to have drowned in the well at Nyamebekyere, a farming community.
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