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Woyome has no case against state – EOCO boss

The Economic and Organised Crimes Office Thursday morning submitted its report on the controversial Woyome judgement debt to President John Atta Mills after weeks of investigations. President Mills has directed the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Dr Benjamin Kunbour to study the report and advise him appropriately. Joy News' Seth Kwame Boateng reported the Executive…
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Workers to receive salaries next week

Government has directed the Accountant General’s Department to pay all workers by the close of next week. This is expected to mitigate the impact of the recent fuel price increases on civil servants. The government also intends to increase the fleet of Metro Mass Transit busses to reduce pressure on transport unions especially in major…
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VITTIN RESIDENTS THREATEN TO BOYCOTT ELECTION 2012 OVER LACK OF DEV.

Residents of Vittin, a suburb of Tamale have threatened not to vote in the 2012 elections if government failed to provide them with some social amenities. The residents mentioned electricity, potable drinking water and toilet facilities as some of the basic amenities they lacked in the area and therefore resolved not to take part in…
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