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Poisonous!!! These Soft Drinks Cannot Be Taken With Vitamin C

A Lagos High Court has ordered the National Agency For Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) to immediately direct the manufacturers of soft drinks; Fanta and Sprite (Nigeria Bottling Company PLC) to include a written warning that the content of the bottles cannot be taken with Vitamin C. This was …

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Veep Bawumia Markets ‘One District One Factory’ In Mauritius

The Vice President of Ghana, Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has been selling the Nana Akufo-Addo government’s ‘One District One Factory’ programme to businesses in Mauritius. The ‘One District One Factory’ programme is a public-private partnership for ensuring nationwide spread of industrialization in all 216 districts in Ghana. The private sector …

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Increase road tolls to $1 – Charismatic Bishops to gov’t

The Ghana Charismatic Bishops’ Conference has suggested an increment in road tolls as an effective measure of raising revenue for various road projects. The Conference in a communique signed by its General Secretary, Rev. Kwesi Deh, said road tolls should be raised to at least the level of USD1 per …

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Reward lecturers for innovations, not academic papers – Prof Duodu

An Associate Professor at the University of Ghana Medical School, Professor Alex Duodu, has urged the government to consider rewarding lecturers based on innovation and not academic papers. Prof Duodu believes this will encourage universities to produce research papers tailored to solving societal challenges. He says the time is ripe …

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Okudjeto, Karbo, Glover, others to be named as deputy ministers

Some of President Akufo-Addo’s deputy ministerial nominees were taken through an orientation at the Flagstaff House on Monday. They were reportedly taken through how to discharge their duties selflessly as public officers should they get Parliamentary approval after vetting. The President was yet to officially put out the names of …

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Suicide rate similar to Ebola outbreak – Psychiatrist

The recent spate of suicides among Ghanaian youth is similar to the Ebola crisis that hit some West African states a few years ago, Dr Yaw Mfodwo, a consultant psychiatrist and Chief Executive Officer of the Brain Clinic, has said. According to him, the situation is epidemic following reported cases …

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