President Mahama promises wealth for Volta region

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday said government would harness a number of development projects that would enhance the development of the Volta region.

Chiefs urged to use festivals to promote peace

Mr James Zuugah Tiigah, Upper East Regional Minister, has urged traditional authorities to use cultural festivals to promote peace and initiate development projects to help promote the socio-economic lives of the people.

Okyenhene calls for return to values of society

Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, the Okyenhene, and the President of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs, has expressed concern about the disrespect for Ghanaian moral values. He has, therefore, called for a reorientation to uphold the core values of the Ghanaian society.

Ashanti Peace Council takes steps to defuse tension

The Ashanti Regional Peace Council has taken steps to defuse rising tension at Kumawu and Pakyi Number Two due to chieftaincy disputes. The other hotspot is Agogo, where the destructive activities of Fulani herdsmen are bringing them into direct confrontation with the local farmers.

Mystery over ancient tomb leaves Greeks spellbound

A massive archaeological dig at a tomb in the northern Greek town of Amphipolis has enraptured the nation and sparked all kinds of rumours about what could be inside it.

Government releases one million cedis for tourism industry

Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare on Monday said Government had released one million Ghana cedis for the creative arts industry to enhance its development.

Beauty queen in accident, father dead

Miss Dzifa Nukulenu, newly crowned face of Asogli 2014 on Saturday reportedly escaped death narrowly when a pick-up vehicle in which she was traveling with her family rammed into a parked Kia truck.

President directs organization of homogeneous festival

President John Dramani Mahama has called for the organization of ‘Homofest’ (homogeneous festival) of the Ga-Dangme chiefs and people to climax their Homowo festival this year.

President Mahama denounces alien culture and food

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday called on Ghanaians to denounce foreign activities and cultures that are alien, detrimental and inimical to development. He said Ghanaian culture abhors disrespect to elders, which unfortunately is becoming very common in Ghanaian platforms including the media arena.

Zabarama chiefs call on Nana Nketia

Nana Kobina Nketia V, Omanhene of Essikado Traditional Area, has appealed to the National Council of Zabarama Chiefs to sensitize Zabaramas in the country to participate in national development. He said Zabaramas must have strong bond with the country and contribute positively towards its development.
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