OKOE VANDERPUIJE BRINGS RELIEF TO ABLEKUMA SOUTH SCHOOLS

Former Mayor and current Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South, Hon. Okoe Vanderpuije After frantic efforts to abolish the canker of shift system in the Accra Metropolitan area with construction of the Millennium Schools, former Mayor of Accra, Hon. Okoe Vanderpuije, continues to support these schools in diverse ways. The former Mayor and current … Continue reading OKOE VANDERPUIJE BRINGS RELIEF TO ABLEKUMA SOUTH SCHOOLS

Okoe Vanderpuije, The visionary Leader

Mayors have come and gone but the legacy of one Mayor produced by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would always be remembered by Ghanaians for his exemplary leadership, competence, credibility and his quick response to challenges as far as the transformation of Accra is concerned.This Mayor is none other than Hon. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, former … Continue reading Okoe Vanderpuije, The visionary Leader

Accra launches 1st Road Safety Strategy

The City of Accra has launched its first ever Road Safety Strategy as parts of efforts to reduce road traffic deaths and injuries in the city. The strategy which spans through 2018 till 2030, was developed in collaboration with Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS) and SSATP African Transport Policy Program. The Mayor … Continue reading Accra launches 1st Road Safety Strategy

GREATER ACCRA NDC GRANTS PERMISSION FOR GOOSIE TO TALK TO DELEGATES

Augustus Goosie Tanoh was last week granted permission to go round and interact with delegates in the Greater Accra Region by NDC Executives in the region as he seeks their blessings and permission. He was welcomed into the Regional office by the Greater Accra NDC Regional Chairman Mr. Ade Coker and other Executives. Mr. Goosie … Continue reading GREATER ACCRA NDC GRANTS PERMISSION FOR GOOSIE TO TALK TO DELEGATES

William Vinyo, Others Win Greater Accra Regional Elections

The Greater Accra Region is set to fall to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 general elections judging from the caliber of executives elected at the regional elections last Saturday. The election of humble, team player and hardworking man in the person of Mr. William Vinyo as Vice Chairman has virtually cemented the … Continue reading William Vinyo, Others Win Greater Accra Regional Elections

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR KOFI ANNAN’S FUNERAL RITES

Government has announced activities for the funeral and interment rites of the late former UN Secretary General, Dr. Kofi Annan. This announcement was made at a Press Briefing addressed by the Minister of Information designate, Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah on the 29th of August 2018 at the Ministry of Information. According to the minister, the … Continue reading GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR KOFI ANNAN’S FUNERAL RITES

BE IN YOUR LANE – Ga Wulomo tells GAR Minister

The Wulomo of Ga state, Nuumo Ogbaame III has told the Greater Accra Minister Hon. Nii Armah Ashiety to be in his lane and stop interfering with traditional customary rites. According to him, the people of Ga State are peace-loving and for him to suggest sprinkling of kpokpoi to be done in indoors in order … Continue reading BE IN YOUR LANE – Ga Wulomo tells GAR Minister

GA CHIEFS ATTACK GREATER ACCRA REGIONAL MINISTER AND AGYIRI BLANKSON

The Ga Dzasetse, Nii Yaotey Oto - Ga II and Principal Elders and Chiefs of the Royal Dynasties of the Ga State have pointed accusing figures at the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon. Ishmael Ashitey, Former Mayor of Accra, Hon Agyiri Blankson  and the Director-in -Charge of Operations at the Seat of Government, Laud Commey. … Continue reading GA CHIEFS ATTACK GREATER ACCRA REGIONAL MINISTER AND AGYIRI BLANKSON

Children’s Park under Threat (1)

A project to build a recreational park for children and youth in Accra is under serious threat from encroachers. This laudable project, Accra Recreational Complex, a private-public partnership to create an environment for positive development of children and youth through sports, games and other social activities necessary in their upbringing may encounter crippling challenges before … Continue reading Children’s Park under Threat (1)