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Sacking Victoria Hammah is wisdom; MPs welcome decision PDF Print E-mail

Members of Parliament have welcomed the decision by President Mahama to sack deputy communications minister, Victoria Hammah from his government.
 
Ms Hammeh was allegedly heard on a tape saying she would patiently stay in politics so she can make 1 million dollars. She also alleged that a minister played a role in the election petition which saw President John Mahama maintained as validly elected president.
Last Updated on Sunday, 01 December 2013 14:13
 
Minister tells Christians to ‘advertise’ Christ not pastors PDF Print E-mail
The Central Regional Minister Mr Samuel Sarpong, has admonished churches and Christians to desist from the practice of advertising their head pastors and wives as the central pillars of their worship of Jesus Christ.

He said this kind of practice amounted to personality cult worship, which does not augur well for Christianity and entreated all to advertise Jesus Christ rather than personalities.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 October 2013 13:29
 
Nigerian Attack: 50 killed as they sleep PDF Print E-mail

Suspected Islamist gunmen have attacked a college in north-eastern Nigeria, killing up to 50 students.

The students were shot dead as they slept in their dormitory at the College of Agriculture in Yobe state.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 October 2013 12:48
 
5 persons injured as rival churches clash at a crusade PDF Print E-mail

Five persons were injured as members of two rival churches in Agogo in the Asante Akyem District of the Ashanti Region clashed at a crusade.

The two churches Saviour Church of Ghana and The Saviour Church of Ghana until recently were one unit but had to split following the death of its Founder and leader Opanyin Asirifi Dadeako.

 
GH¢18m is retrieved by NHIS in fraudulent claims PDF Print E-mail

The National Health Insurance Authority has recouped eighteen million Ghana Cedis charged through fraudulent claims by service providers over the last two years.

This comes after a clinical audit division set up by the authority to ensure that only genuine claims are processed and paid.

 
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