Source: GNA - The Ghana Heath Service (GHS) has denied that there is an outbreak of guinea worm in Upper West Akyem in the Eastern Region.
Source: starrfmonline.com - Between 2009 and 2013, the Divestiture Implementation Committee divested – on credit – five state-owned companies for a total of $32.4 million but only $9.8 million of that money has been paid.
Source: starrfmonline.com - Scores of women suspected to be lesbians have been attacked at Teshie in the Greater Accra region.
Source: Andy La-Anyane - The Presidential aircraft, Falcon 900, was tasked to perform a special mission to Malabu today 3 March 2015. On departure from the Kotoka International Airport, the crew experienced slight operational problems with the computer system. As a result, the aircraft returned to the Air Force Base in Accra to reset the computers.
Source: The Al-Hajj - Contrary to rumors that President John Dramani Mahama will overlook Vice-President Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur on the choice of running mate for the 2016 elections, reliable information available to The aL-hAJJ proves otherwise.
Source: B&FT - Skepticism about government’s commitment to the IMF deal is rising among the international business community amidst predictions that the substantial fiscal tightening that the Fund has prescribed will prove politically difficult to implement.
Source: citifmonline.com - A Muslim nurse working at the Maamobi General Polyclinic was on Tuesday reportedly asked to go home for wearing her hijab to work.
Habiba Ahmed on Eyewitness News said her explanation to her superiors over her decision to wear her hijab was ignored despite making reference to the Health Minister’s directive on the matter.
She narrated that the principal nurse at the hospital earlier last week issued a directive to all Muslim medical officers not to wear their hijab to work.
Source: starrfmonline.com - The Government of Ghana goofed by jumping the gun with a “statement of threats,” issued by Communication Minister Dr Edward Omane Boamah over complaints by Muslims in the Western Region that they are being discriminated against in schools and offices, an Islamic Scholar and security expert Irbard Ibrahim has told Morning Starr host Kafui Dey on Starr 103.5FM.
Source: B&FT - Government has given what Energy Minister, Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, calls “a very lengthy conditional approval” for Tullow Oil to drill two additional wells at the jubilee oil fields in a bid to boost oil production and avert a feared slump.