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Election Petition: Afari-Gyan accused of misleading court PDF Print E-mail

Petitioners in the Election Petition hearing have accused the Electoral Commission Chairman of misleading the court by printing four sets of pink sheets for each polling station. The Electoral Commission has always held the position that it printed only two sets of pink sheets for the 2012 election.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 July 2013 18:36
 
East Ham headteacher chosen to help schools in challenging circumstances PDF Print E-mail

A Newham headteacher has been chosen to play a key role in supporting schools in challenging circumstances.

Dr Dayo Olukoshi, head teacher at Brampton Manor Academy, in Roman Road, East Ham, is one of 96 head teachers to be appointed to the role of National Leader of Education.

He will now be invited to the National College for Teaching and Leadership’s learning and conference centre in Nottingham in October for a formal induction and training for the role in driving school improvement.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 July 2013 19:49
 
Petitioners' request for KPMG to audit 1,545 thrown out PDF Print E-mail
Supreme Court has dismissed a motion filed by the petitioners to get KPMG to make a unique count of 1,545 pink sheets that were not included in the total of 8,675 sheets certified by the accounting firm.

KPMG had excluded this number because they claimed the markings on them were unreadable.
 
NPP offers solutions to economic crisis PDF Print E-mail
The Economic Team of the New Patriotic Party has outlined six measures the John Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government needs to adopt if it truly wants to end the current economic crisis facing Ghana.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 July 2013 20:00
 
Patients, hospital staff in dramatic run-for-life incident over oxygen spillage PDF Print E-mail

A scary oxygen spillage at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital has prompted doctors to threaten a boycott of surgery if the problem is not fixed.

The incident has resulted in erratic supply of oxygen at the facility, but authorities say they will do everything to stabilize the situation. The main oxygen plant at the hospital has, for some time now been supplying eight cubic meters less than required, forcing authorities to resort to mobile cylinders. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 July 2013 20:02
 
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