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2017-04-26

[N] National Security unaware of raid at Nii Lantey Vanderpuye's house - Wife of MP
[N] Soldiers deployed as NPP men vandalise Zebilla MP’s residence
[N] Mahama not sabotaging 'Free SHS' - Bawa Mogtari
[N] Army chief suspended over ‘galamsey’

2017-04-25

[N] Suspect smears himself with faeces to avoid trial
[N] Government is witch-hunting Ibrahim – NDC
[N] Ibrahim Mahama warned GRA not to withdraw cheques - Amaliba
[N] Ibrahim Mahama closed his accounts after issuing the cheques – GRA insists
[N] TMA Engineer faces possible sanctions over GHC80,000 fraud case
[N] Fire is not candle to be blown off easily – GNFS rubbishes criticisms
[N] Illegal miners in Tarkwa promise to show MP 'pepper' for planning to stop galams
[A] Court orders arrest of musician
[N] Court prosecutes landlords without toilet facilities
[N] Work to resume at Kumasi Military hospital
[N] Best snacks for people with type 2 diabetes
[N] EOCO probes customs over Ibrahim Mahama's 44 dud cheques
[N] Is Nana Addo learning incompetence from Rawlings, Mahama? - Kwesi Pratt asks

2017-04-24

[N] 2 Ghanaian workers arrested for killing Chinese employer
[N] Ken Agyapong is unable to insult me because I saved his life – Ephson
[N] NAGRAT to sue gov't over withholding salaries of 26,000 teachers
[N] GRA to confiscate Mahama’s assets over Gh˘10m debt
[N] Miners to hold meeting in Kumasi
[N] Minister on right course with ‘galamsey’ directive - Joyce Aryee
[N] Residents call on gods of Bole to strike Kennedy Agyepong to death
[N] Amewu orders removal of excavators from mining sites
[N] Amewu sacks 9 mine inspectors
[N] EOCO probes GRA over Ibrahim Mahama’s dud cheques
[N] The 21-day #stopGalamseynow ultimatum story
[N] April has been the most difficult for me - Dr Nduom
[N] Regency Hotel fire: Firemen feared for their lives – Keelson
[N] Fake degrees, certificates flood presidency

2017-04-21

[N] EOCO asks Ibrahim Mahama to pay GHC 12.7m
[N] Ignorant Minority must read – Bawumia
[N] Boy, 5, attempts poisoning 6-month-old brother
[N] We’ll not allow Galamsey to destroy our nation – Nana Addo
[N] Did John Mahama teach Nana Addo what Patriotism is all about? - Brogya Gyamfi
[N] Nkonya killings will be treated as a criminal matter – Minister
[N] Man arrested for beating ‘Jesus Christ’
[N] St. Johns turns into ‘hotspot’ for commercial sex workers
[N] Kumasi residents welcome $95 million mall
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General News

[ 2017-02-16 ]

GIMPA staff on strike over election of Deputy Rector
Senior lecturers and staff at the Ghana Institute
of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA),
are on strike.

They have resolved to stay out of the lecture
halls and other offices until a substantive Deputy
Rector is elected. A convocation to elect a Deputy
Rector today [Thursday], was called off by the
acting Registrar, Julius Atikpui, who explained in
a letter that the decision was reached in
consultation with the Ministry of Education, and
the National Council for Tertiary Education.

However, the staff believe the decision to cancel
the convocation is a deliberate one to frustrate
the process, hence the notice of a strike.

According to a mail sent to all staff members and
seen by Citi News, “the decision to strike arose
from the failure by GIMPA Management to conform to
a key element of voting to elect a Deputy Rector
today as provided within the road map of 31st
January, 2017.”

It further added that,“the behaviour by Management
is contrary to the advice of the lawyers.”


The letter also asked staff members to be bold and
resilient in the decision taken. “Please be bold
and conform to this directive. This applies to
both administrative, teaching and supporting
staff.

The strike action will remain in force until we
have a satisfactory resolution; a Deputy Rector is
elected.” Meanwhile, some students of the
institution have expressed worry about the latest
development.

Source - citifmonline.com



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