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BREAKING News: Owusu Bempah renders official apology to Ibrahim Mahama, begs for forgiveness and MORE

By:brightwebtv.com nana Asare Barimah The Communications Director of Ghana Gas, Ernest Owusu Bempah has written an official apology to businessman Ibrahim Mahama over comments he passed against him which a court ruled as defamatory and fined him as a result. In a two-page apology letter intercepted by MyNewsGh.com, Owusu Bempah begged Ibrahim …

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23 houses set ablaze amid gunshots over alleged chieftaincy issue in Tamale

  By:brightwebtv/nana asare barimah File photo Heavy police presence is currently being witnessed at Yong Dakpemyili, a community in the Tamale metropolis over alleged chieftaincy dispute. There were multiple gunshots discharged in the community, Thursday evening, forcing residents to flee to neighbouring communities. Though the cause of this particular conflict …

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Kumawu Polyclinic suspends some services after storm rips off roof [Photos]

  By;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah Kumawu Government Polyclinic in the Sekyere Kumawu District has suspended surgeries and other services after a rainstorm ripped part of its roofing off. Speaking to JoyNews, Medical Superintendent, Dr Alex Agbanu, said the rooms for the surgery were affected forcing the suspension of caesarian sections among …

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HEALTHGovt announces demolition of 45-year-old KATH Maternity block

Government is set to demolish the abandoned 45-year-old maternity block at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in the Ashanti Region MyNewsGh.com can confirm. The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Friday, 15th May, 2020, cut sod for the reactivation of work for the completion of Maternity and Children’s Block of …

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‘Self-medication adding to risk of COVID-19 morbidity’

  by;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah File photo: Drugs The acting Director of the Ghana Infectious Diseases Centre (GIDC), Dr Joseph Adjetey Oliver-Commey, has advised the public against self-medication and rather seek early medication to help avert the rise in the rate of fatalities from the COVID-19. He said self-medication was becoming …

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