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KRIF Ghana celebrates customers as part of 32nd anniversary

Date: Sunday 12th November, 2017

KRIF Ghana Limited, which deals in top quality German stationery and office equipment in Ghana, has declared the month of November as ‘customer experience month’.

This forms part of an array of activities to celebrate, and to climax its 32-year existence and doing business with world class brands. The initiative, the first of its kind, has the purpose of rewarding customer loyalty and maintaining relationships, as well as, creating new ones among the Ghanaian public. The Executive Chairman of Krif Ghana Limited, Reverend Kennedy Okuson, at a media launch, explained the goodwill me

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Private universities face imminent collapse Prof Nsowah Nuamah

Date: Sunday 12th November, 2017

Professor Nicolas Nsowah-Nuamah, President of the Regent University of Science and Technology, has said private tertiary universities are facing threatening challenges in view of the unfair competition from public universities in student enrolment thereby threatening their survival.

“There have been consistent dwindling enrolment numbers for some time now due to the rising numbers of tertiary institutions, fears and unfair competitions from public universities,” he said. He noted that public universities were building campuses across the country, offering various distance programmes at

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Sickle Cell disease not death sentence evil disease African Sickle Cell Watch CEO

Date: Sunday 12th November, 2017

Ghanaians have been asked not see sickle cell disease as a “death sentence” or an “evil disease” but rather a genetic blood disorder that could be prevented and managed.

Mr Kofi Tenkorang, Chief Executive Officer of African Sickle Cell Watch, a non-governmental organisation also appealed to the public to assist in the fight against the stigmatisation associated with the disease. Mr Tenkorang made the call at the University of Ghana, Legon on Saturday during a health screening and blood donation exercise. The programme dubbed “Legon goes Red Reloaded” was su

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Sickle Cell disease not death sentence evil disease African Sickle Cell Watch CEO

Date: Sunday 12th November, 2017

Ghanaians have been asked not see sickle cell disease as a “death sentence” or an “evil disease” but rather a genetic blood disorder that could be prevented and managed.

Mr Kofi Tenkorang, Chief Executive Officer of African Sickle Cell Watch, a non-governmental organisation also appealed to the public to assist in the fight against the stigmatisation associated with the disease. Mr Tenkorang made the call at the University of Ghana, Legon on Saturday during a health screening and blood donation exercise. The programme dubbed “Legon goes Red Reloaded” was su

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2017 Remembrance Day Veterans appeal for support

Date: Sunday 12th November, 2017

Chairman of the Volta Regional Veterans Association of Ghana (VAG), Ex WO1 William Worgba, has appealed to government to help equip its regional office.

He said the office which served as a rallying point for members was not “vibrant” because it lacked basic equipment. WO1 Worgba made the appeal when he spoke to the Ghana News Agency on the sidelines of this year’s 72nd Remembrance Day Celebration in Ho. He said their numerous appeals over the years went unattended to, making the Association unattractive to members. Other veterans also appealed for a community centre wi

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Ghana launches West Africas first smart drivers license today

Date: Tuesday 7th November, 2017

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) will today, Tuesday, November 7, 2017, begin issuing smart driver’s licenses across the country.

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will launch the new Smart Drivers’ License that has been touted to be among the most secured in the world. Director in charge of Driving Training, Testing and Licencing at the DVLA, Cheyuo Wienna Musah, says the card will be West Africa’s first. The new digital card will fast-track the acquisition of new drivers licenses as applicants will now be able to obtain it within a period of two to four w

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