Restoration of Nursing Training Allowances Have Come True-President

[Ghana Govt.] Effective September 2017/2018 academic year, Fifty- Eight Thousand Health training nurses, comprising nurses and midwives will be paid their allowance of four hundred Ghana cedis (GH¢400.00) per person, for each of the ten months of the academic year.

[Ghana Govt.] Effective September 2017/2018 academic year, Fifty- Eight Thousand Health training nurses, comprising nurses and midwives will be paid their allowance of four hundred Ghana cedis (GH¢400.00) per person, for each of the ten months of the academic year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Deputy Energy Minister Launches One Oxfam Platform in Accra

[Ghana Govt.] Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been urged to eschew the tendency of turning such organizations into family properties, and to recruit professionals who would work to build good images for their organizations and contribute positi…

[Ghana Govt.] Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been urged to eschew the tendency of turning such organizations into family properties, and to recruit professionals who would work to build good images for their organizations and contribute positively to Ghana's democratic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Muhammed Bazzi Made ‘False’ Claim At Janneh Commission – Ministry

[The Point] The claim of Muhammed Bazzi at the Commission of Inquiry that he is the honorary consul general of The Gambia to Lebanon is rather not correct, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

[The Point] The claim of Muhammed Bazzi at the Commission of Inquiry that he is the honorary consul general of The Gambia to Lebanon is rather not correct, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Pursue Industrialisation

[The Point] The African Economic Outlook report 2017 has made it glaringly clear the toddling nature of our national growth and development, as our nation is tipped to be wallowing in industrial poverty with as low as 5.2 per cent industrialisation of …

[The Point] The African Economic Outlook report 2017 has made it glaringly clear the toddling nature of our national growth and development, as our nation is tipped to be wallowing in industrial poverty with as low as 5.2 per cent industrialisation of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Minister Decries Human-Vultures At the Airport

[The Point] While travelling from Banjul airport recently, Tourism Minister Hamat Bah, said he counted what could be likened to 23 human-vultures at the foot of the aircraft, who were waiting on disembarking passengers.

[The Point] While travelling from Banjul airport recently, Tourism Minister Hamat Bah, said he counted what could be likened to 23 human-vultures at the foot of the aircraft, who were waiting on disembarking passengers.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Imam Testifies in Assault Case

[The Point] Imam Ismaila Sowe of Sinchu-Wurry village yesterday testified before magistrate Omar Jabang of the Brusubi Magistrates’ Court in an assault case involving one Mustapha Sanneh.

[The Point] Imam Ismaila Sowe of Sinchu-Wurry village yesterday testified before magistrate Omar Jabang of the Brusubi Magistrates' Court in an assault case involving one Mustapha Sanneh.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Farm Watchman Found Dead in Nemakunku

[The Point] One Sulayman Conteh, a watchman/security for Radvile Farm Company, has been found dead in the reservoir of the company’s garden in Nemakunku village, Kombo North.

[The Point] One Sulayman Conteh, a watchman/security for Radvile Farm Company, has been found dead in the reservoir of the company's garden in Nemakunku village, Kombo North.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Girl Repeatedly Stabbed Again By the Same Accused

[The Point] Sohna Bah, a native of Kiang Sibito village, has been hospitalised after she was stabbed with a knife multiple times, for the second time, allegedly by one young man from Jarra Misira village.

[The Point] Sohna Bah, a native of Kiang Sibito village, has been hospitalised after she was stabbed with a knife multiple times, for the second time, allegedly by one young man from Jarra Misira village.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia