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Apr 25, 2018
Some suspected robbers have attacked a cocoa depot at Eliokrom in the Western Region at dawn Wednesday, April 25th, 2018. The robbers allegedly made away with about 33 bags of cocoa beans out of a total of 620 bags. They reportedly attacked the security guard on duty before they stole the bags of cocoa beans. Narrating the incident on Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, our correspondent, Christopher Anto said, the robbers threatened to kill the guard should he prevent them from carrying out their mission. Anto added that, the security guard is in a critical condition and has been admitted at the hospital. Meanwhile, the police in the area have launched an investigation into the matter.
Apr 25, 2018
Parliament’s Committee on Gender and Children’s Chair, Dr. Appiah Kubi, has lamented over the challenges confronting the Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital. The legislator who led the committee on a field visit to the hospital yesterday [Tuesday], expressed worry over the congestion at the hospital and underscored the need for government to allocate enough resources for the management of the facility. Speaking to journalists after the visit, Dr. Kubi said, they observed that the facility was understaffed and under resourced. He added, the committee met with the management and staff of the facility and has assured them of government’s support to resolve the challenges confronting them. The Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital is a healthcare institution that provides medical care and child health, family planning and nutrition services. It was built in 1926 by Sir Gordon Guggisburg, then Governor of the Gold Coast, and was named after Princess Marie Louise, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria because she laid the foundation stone. The facility sees children from ages 1day to 18yrs old. It is located at the central heart of Accra the Capital of Ghana, West Africa. The hospital enjoys a high profile within the local community, as well as having a reputation for clinical excellence in both preventive and curative medical services.
Apr 25, 2018
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Asante Apeatu has directed the interdiction of three officers who were arrested for allegedly selling their AK47 rifles to suspected armed robber at Weija. A statement issued by the Communications Directorate of the Police administration indicated that the officers Sargeant Stanley Mensah, Corporal Emmanuel Takyi of the Weija Police Station and Corporal Simon Osei of the Rapid Deployment Force are said to have connived and sold the weapon to a civilian, Ibrahim Tetteh. The officers and suspected robber will be processed for court without delay the statement noted.
Apr 25, 2018
Head of Clinical Service at the Children’s Hospital, Dr Maame Yaa Nyarko, has appealed to government to construct a new Children’s Hospital to meet the growing number of patrons who depend on the facility. Dr. Nyarko, also called on government to negotiate with owners of the land on which the hospital was constructed to allocate the remaining portion of the land to the hospital for expansion. She was speaking to the media after Parliament’s Committee on Gender and Children visited the facility to assess the situation and challenges the facility was confronted with. The Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital is a healthcare institution that provides medical care and child health, family planning and nutrition services. The facility sees children from ages 1day to 18yrs old. It is located at the central heart of Accra the Capital of Ghana, West Africa. Commenting on the services rendered at the facility, Dr. Nyarko said, constituents close to the hospital and others who travel from other locations depend on the hospital hence the need to resolve the challenges confronting them. ‘’The hospital provides services to constituents living in and around the location. It is providing them easy access to the facility but we can equally construct a new hospital to help ease the pressure on the current one.’’ She also called for more doctors , nurses and nutritionists to enable it match the large number of children who are brought to the hospital for treatment daily . According to Dr Maame Yaa Nyarko , the Hospital has only 9 permanent doctors and lacks space for expansion . It also faces the challenge of inadequate equipment. The Chairman for Parliament’s Committee on Gender and Children, Dr. Appiah Kubi, bemoaned the congestion at the hospital. He described the hospital as the only facility for children hence the need to focus on resolving the challenges. He said, ‘’after our field visit, we have observed some challenges confronting the hospital. The hospital faces congestion due to the number of people who depend on services rendered here. The hospital is understaffed and the resources allocated to the hospital are woefully inadequate. We have identified all these challenges and we will help to address them so the hospital will work effectively,’’ he added. The hospital was built in 1926 by Sir Gordon Guggisburg, then Governor of the Gold Coast, and was named after Princess Marie Louise, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria because she laid the foundation stone. The hospital enjoys a high profile within the local community, as well as having a reputation for clinical excellence in both preventive and curative medical services. The medical service of PML consists of an out-patient Department (OPD),Emergency ward ,Laboratory unit/blood bank, X-Ray Unit, Dietetics and Environment Health Unit, Mothers’ Hostel, Disease Control Unit, Family Planning and Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) units among others. Within the last decade, attendances to the P.M.L .Out-patient (OPD )have almost doubled from 45,000 in 1996 to nearly 73,000 per year today.
Apr 25, 2018
Life coach, author, conference speaker and leader of several organizations in Ghana, Raphaelle Antwi who is popularly known as Author Ralph Antwi, have disclosed on GH Entertainment that he is not a pastor. He indicated in the interview that he does not have the calling of a pastor and does not have the heart to be a pastor because he would have sacked almost half of members from his church. He told Sokoohemaa Kukua that what he enjoys doing most is to write and be a blessing to society. ‘’I don’t have a pastoral calling. If I am made a pastor, I am sure within a month, I will sack half of the people from the church. I don’t have the heart of a pastor.’’ Author Ralph Antwi believes ‘’life is not about what we want to be…It is even wrong; when we are growing up there is this question they push towards us-what do you want to be? So that child grows up with that mentality that life is about what you want to be. Life is not about wants.’’ He said, life should be about what you need to be and not you want to be because life have to do with those who discover than those who choose. ‘’If we desire to live to our full potential on earth, we need to find our purpose and that will make us live better,’’ he posited. The author also disclosed he is able to write books in a day because he has many stories to tell. Raphaelle Antwi is an author, life coach, conference speaker and leader of several dynamic organizations in Ghana. He is an inspirational author of 50 books including this one. Some of his titles include Life, Love & Relationships, Ten Deadly Men Every Woman Must Avoid, Secrets Every Unmarried Lady Must Know, Freedom of the Bride, and Unveiled. His writings in the last decade have touched many lives in Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, USA and UK. He is the founding president of Relevant Achievers Impacting Nations (RAIN); a Christian organization with many networks sold out to transforming people for Jesus and preparing them for His return. Ralph is committed to leading people to pursue purpose in life and life in eternity. Ralph is married to Christelle Hannifa Antwi and they are blessed with children. He is a former student of Achimota School and University of Ghana.
Apr 25, 2018
The Ministry of Health has signed a Letter of Intent with the developer and operator of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, popularly known as drones, to offer a drone-enabled supply chain solution in Ghana that will ensure secure, reliable and timely deliveries of essential health care products to hospitals and other health facilities. The Service, which will be designed, installed and operated by USA-based Zipline International Inc. in partnership with the Ghana Health Service, will leverage technology to improve the supply chain of critical medical supplies, reduce waste and save lives. A Deputy Minister of Health, Hon Tina Mensah, signed on behalf of Ghana while Keller Rinaudo, CEO of Zipline, signed for his company in Accra on Monday 23rd April, 2018, in the presence of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, who has championed the governmental effort to ensure the use of innovation and technology in public service delivery. Zipline was one of the many companies with cutting-edge technology who met and held discussions with the Vice President and the founders and leaders of a number of Ghanaian ICT firms a few weeks ago during H.E. Dr Bawumia’s working visit to Silicon Valley, California, USA. A number of companies based in the ICT hub of Silicon Valley have also indicated their readiness to explore partnership opportunities with their Ghanaian counterparts after the trip to design and implement Ghanaian solutions for Ghanaian challenges. Speaking earlier in the day at the 2018 edition of the Ministry of Health and Partners Health Summit, H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia had indicated that government was exploring innovative ways, including the use of drone technology, to make universal health care available to every Ghanaian in a timely manner irrespective of location. According to officials, Ghana will become the first country in West Africa, and the largest in the world, to use such a delivery system when it is fully deployed. The system can also be employed to deliver other items such as urgent letters, examination papers and election materials such as ballot papers, officials maintain. Addressing the media after the brief signing ceremony, which was witnessed by officials from the National Blood Bank, Ghana Post and Ghana Civil Aviation Authority, Hon Tina Mensah extolled the virtues of such a system for efficient health care delivery. “Very soon we will be seeing some drones flying to hitherto hard to reach areas of this country and thereby we will be saving lives. It will have so many uses. For example, when there is an accident somewhere, instead of transporting essential healthcare products by vehicle which would take a lot more time, the drones can just deliver within the shortest possible time, so lives could be saved.” The Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr. Anthony Nsiah Asare, recounted how this technology has helped in the healthcare delivery systems in Rwanda to the admiration of the global medical field and was optimistic its introduction in Ghana will improve the performance of the GHS. He called for speedy implementation of the technology for efficient healthcare delivery. Meanwhile, the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority has pledged to create an air corridor for drones to prevent collisions with aeroplanes and other larger aircraft.
Apr 25, 2018
The executive summary of the auditor general's report for the year ending 31st December 2015 has revealed that some 116 MMDAs out of 201 owed a total amount of ghc 9,428,730.92 as at the end of 2015. The bulk of the Assemblies' debts were deposits made to the Assemblies and unpaid retention amount. According to the AG's report, Sefwi Akontonmbra and Suaman Assembly coordinating directors and their finance officers willfully diverted ghc 150,981.00 lands revenue into privately opened bank accounts. In view of this , the Auditor general has recommended that, management should report the theft to the police to institute the necessary action aimed at recovery of the stolen funds. Total income 2015 201 MMDAs out of the 216 in 2015 accrued a total income of ghc 1,228,259, 398.30 , the income sources remained unchanged and comprised of internally generated revenues and external inflows. The internally generated funds accounted for 17.9% of the incomes on the average and amounted to ghc 219,769,349.41, whilst the external inflows were district Assemblies common fund allocations, government grants for salary payments accounted do budgetary support to decentralised department, and grants from Ghana's development partners. Internal Generated Funds The IGF collections continued to declined acrose board mainly because management did not involve their finance and administration sub-commitee to review the rates to be paid as well as devise effective measures for collecting unpaid revenue. The AG has said that , the general weaknesses in accounting for value books and revenue collected also contributed to the low record of IGF collections. Operational Result A total expenditure of the 201 Assemblies amounted to ghc 1,095,075,584.65 as against a total income of the ghc 1,228,269,398.30 as a result, a net surplus of 133,183,813.65 was recorded. Some 18 Assemblies however recorded a total deficit of ghc 8,640,697.91 in their operations. Assets The assets of the MMDAs comprised cash resources with the banks, investments in shares and interest bearing banking products in financial institutions and unredeemed loans granted under the poverty alleviation funds as well as uncovered advances with staff of the Assemblies. The total bank balance of the 201 Assemblies as at 31 December 2015 was ghc 277,568,523.80 with none of the Assemblies endind the year with net overdrawn bank balance, The bulk of the bank balances were held by the metropolitan and municipal Assemblies. Liabilities 116 of the 201 Assemblies owed a total of ghc 9,428,730.92 as at the end of the year. The bulk of the Assemblies, debts were deposits made to the Assemblies and unpaid retention amount.
Apr 25, 2018
The Vice President for the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Georg Afriyie, has been removed from office, the football body has announced. The information was communicated to him through a tweet, information gathered by rainbowradioonline.com has said. A new Vice President will soon be appointed. The unedited tweet read: ‘’ Breaking News: Mr George Afriyie has been released of his duties as the Vice President of the @ghanafaofficial following a meeting of the Executive Committee. A new Vice President will be announced soon.’’
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