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Kidnapping scare: Teachers of public schools living in fear over inadequate security personnel, improper measures

Inadequate security personnel coupled with improper safety measures on campuses of some public schools in the country have become a major cause of worry to teachers in recent times. In an era where abductions and violent crimes appeared to be on the ascendancy, the teachers have expressed utmost fear for the lives of children. Some […]

Human Rights Reporters sensitization on kidnapping enlightens over 150 pupils of New Hope of Glory Academy

Over 150 pupils of New Hope of Glory Academy at Anyaa, Palas Town have been sensitized on kidnapping and its related issues to guide them in taking precautions to avoid falling victims. Joseph Kobla Wemakor, the Executive Director of the Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG), a non-governmental organization which conducted the sensitization said it has become […]

Amnesty International: 2018 Global Death Penalty Report Launched

Human Rights Organization, Amnesty International Ghana(AIG) has launched its 2018 Reports on Death Penalty and Executions with the call on parliament and government to explicitly abolish the death penalty in the constitution for all crimes in Ghana. The local chapter of the global Human Rights Organization, made up of over 4000 people together with its […]

Human Rights group schooled 250 pupils of CareGuide Montessori School on kidnapping

The Director of CareGuide Montessori School, located at Gbawe, in the Greater Accra Region, Mad. Betty Akumatey has called for government support to help augment various sensitization exercises on kidnapping being organized by some Non-Governmental and Civil Society Organizations in the country as a way of tackling the canker of abduction that has rocked the […]

HRRG equips over 400 pupils with knowledge on pranks of kidnappers

Over 400 pupils of the Tower Preparatory and Junior High School(JHS) in Accra have been equipped with adequate knowledge, information and techniques aimed at outsmarting the tricks of kidnappers in the country.  The participants, during the early hours of Wednesday March 27, 2019 were vigorously sensitized on the modus operandi, tactics and pranks employed by […]

Over 90 JHS pupils of World Hope International school sensitized on tricks of kidnappers

The Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG), an NGO committed to ending all forms of Human Rights abuses in the country and beyond has sensitized over 90 Junior High School pupils of the World Hope International School on tricks of kidnappers whose activities have become a major threat to our country recently. The move according to the […]

1st ever Speedcubing Competition to be staged in Ghana on April 6

Edu Learn Ghana in partnership with the World Cube Association(WCA) and partners are poised to bring the entire nation to a halt this April with the introduction of the first ever Speedcubing Competition to be staged in Ghana. Dubbed: “Ghana’s 1st ever Speedcubing Competition” is 1-day fun-packed sports event expected to take Ghana by storm, […]

SMOGA 1994/96 lauded for giving alma mater a facelift

The 1994/96 year group of St Mary’s Senior High School has received a remarkable commendation for giving a face-lift to the school which saw its gate at the dining hall and parts of the school walls around it impeccably renovated. The group which has produced an array of professionals and businesswomen of diverse expertise permeating […]

Call for Applications, Mastercard Foundation Scholarship 2019

Our goal is to raise transformative leaders to influence change on the African Continent. The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at KNUST provides academically talented yet economically disadvantaged young people in Ghana and Africa with access to quality and relevant University education. The Scholars Program embodies an array of mentoring and cultural transition services to ensure […]

Meet Abudu Salah, Kayayo who scored six A’s and two B’s in WASSCE

Not many of her kind are that fortunate to have access to basic education, let alone enrol themselves into Senior High School (SHS) to even come out with flying colours despite their woes. Similarly, nowhere in the history of Ghana has it been told about a head porter, popularly called Kayayo, who has demonstrated outmost discipline, […]
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