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The National Union of Ghana Students(NUGS) has paid a working visit to the Embassy of Hungary to Ghana, to discuss comprehensively, the condition of Ghanaian students studying in Hungary and how the Union can better relate with them. The...
The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has called for a renewed commitment to library development and has applauded the recent initiatives of the Ghana Library Authority. NUGS is urging government to do more in expanding access to public...
It is often sad and heart breaking when awash on television and online news portals, the plight of the private health nurses fighting for their right to also be employed in the government hospitals. This recurring injustice has drawn...
By: Abdul-Rahman Musah. The Ghana Police Service have over the years been seen as an institution of bribery as a result of few people in the service, who's actions and inactions paints the institution black. Last year, earlier December, a...
By: Abdul-Rahman Musah The 38th annual technology exhibition show 2018 which is annually organised by Apostle Dr. Ing. Kwodwo Safo Kantanka who is the Chairman of the kantanka group and the founder and leader of Kristo Asafo Mission of...
Presbyterian College of Education (PCE/PTC) Student Representative Council (SRC) have issued a proposal to various firms, old students and NGO's to assist in making their SRC Week which will commence in June a success. The SRC president, Frank Odame...
Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana have called off their one month strike. This came as a result of the judicial proceedings manned by National Labour Commission (NLC) between the government and CETAG. In the proceedings, it came...
By: Abdul-Rahman Musah Presbyterian College of Education Secretariat (SRC body) have been on the news over the week as a result of the ongoing strike between tutors of colleges of education and the government. It could be said that,...
By: Abdul-Rahman Musah Presbyterian College of Education, painted the Akropong town red as they demonstrated against the government to settle the impasse between tutors of colleges of education and the government itself to bring back their tutors who have been...
Colleges of education over the years have been treated as though its a minor priority to the affairs of the state. Who even cares to fight for us through our wailing which has over the weeks rendered our hearts...
Article 24(1) of the 1992 republican constitution of Ghana states that, 'Every person has the right to work under a satisfactory, safe and healthy conditions, and shall receive equal work without distinction of any kind'. This has been the...
Written by Abdul-Rahman Musah It is always stressing when mothers go through labour and realised that their ward is having an anomaly. This usually compel them to go through a lot of hustle and tussle just to make sure that...
Written by Abdul-Rahman Musah (Chairman-Writes) Not long ago, social media was ablazed with Sarkodie's advice tune which weighed in musicians and other celebrities to node in unison for Sarkodie's tune was really an advice which will come a long way...