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TUTAG urges government to honour agreement on condition of service

Ghana News Agency 14 May 2022
Members of the Association are not happy the government had failed to extend allowances given to the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) to them, long after it had completed negotiations with the UTAG. These were contained in a communique issued by the TUTAG at end of its 43rd congress copied to the Ghana News Agency in Kumasi ... GNA. .

AGI members urges to take training programmes seriously

Business Ghana 06 May 2022
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency after a round table discussion with members of the Association in Kumasi, she said active participation in training programmes would help solve most issues confronting members in their operations ... Members after the meeting toured the UNIJAY Fashion School at Asokwa, in Kumasi. --Advertisements--. .

Ghana needs comprehensive and coherent policy on Energy Transition

Ghana News Agency 04 May 2022
Mr Boakye made the call in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on the sidelines of a two-day training workshop on Energy Transition organised for selected journalists and Civil Society Organisations. It was organised by the Natural Resources Governance Institute (NRGI) in collaboration with ACEP ... GNA. .
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