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Home Tag "COVID-19 Updates Ghana"

I love it when I have a packed and fruitful day-

I love it when I have a packed and fruitful day. I started off with a Covid-19 briefing which among other things dealt with misinformation. Dubawa, a fact checking organization provided guidance on how to spot “Fake News” which has been published here, https://bit.ly/3dPhIAd Later in the day, the Social Media Unit of the Ministry […]

AMA partners IOM to create COVID-19 awareness through art

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in partnership with the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) and the Okaikoi North Municipal Assembly (ONMA) as well as the European Union ( EU) Delegation to Ghana organized an outdoor art exhibition under the Achimota Overpass to raise awareness about the prevention, safe migration and solidarity of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in […]

The power of prayer in this uncertain times of trials

The power of prayer in this uncertain times of trials Only people who have not been tested and tried or have not been ever really challenged before, will ever acknowledge the essence of prayer. Nonetheless, prayer is good and equally  helps believers to spiritually overcome crisis and storms. Historically, Christians, Moslems, and practitioners of other […]

John Mahama donates PPE to Ridge Hospital health workers

John Mahama donates PPE to Ridge Hospital health workers. Former President John Dramani Mahama on Sunday presented one hundred sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) to health workers at the Greater Accra Regional (Ridge) Hospital in Accra. The presentation, according to Mr. Mahama, follows reports of shortage of PPE and other materials required by the […]