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Nurses, teachers among 75 arrested by Police for breaching Covid-19 protocols



The Goaso Police Command has apprehended 75 persons in the Ahafo Region for flouting the Covid-19 safety protocols.

Among the 75 in the custody of the Goaso Police Division are health workers (nurses) and teachers.

The arrest follows a directive from President Akufo-Addo to the Inspector-General of Police to apprehend all persons who fail to wear face masks in public spaces or gatherings after the country saw a surge in the number of Covid-19 cases recorded.

Speaking to Adom News reporter Sammy Asare, ASP Danso Abeam said he was shocked when reports brought to him on persons apprehended included nurses and teachers.

According to him, it is worrying to note that persons who per their line of duty should know better are part of the culprits breaking the law.

“I was shocked this morning to see teachers and hospital staff who even work at the emergency ward as part of the persons arrested.”

ASP Danso Abeam disclosed that the number of people who fail to adhere to the safety protocols is alarming.

“Even those who pass through the community to other places can be seen in face masks,” he added.

He, therefore, urged all persons to put their lives first by wearing a face mask since the police will continue to arrest offenders.

The 75 persons have been released on bail with substantive sureties.

The head of the Goaso Police Division indicated that sanctions to be meted out to the 75 persons would be determined by the Ahafo Regional Command on Monday, January 25.

In similar events, some 85 persons are in the custody of the Koforidua Police Command for not complying with the Covid-19 protocols.

The offenders were released after receiving warning letters.

Also, Police at the Tesano Police Station have arrested 200 persons for failing to wear facemask in public areas.

Presently, the country has 2,799 active cases and 361 deaths recorded, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS).

Source: Myjoyonline  




President Akufo-Addo to Deliver State of the Nation Address Tomorrow- All You Need to Know



The first gentleman of the land, H. E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is set to deliver his first state of the nation address tomorrow since retaining power as president of the Republic of Ghana in the 2020 General Elections.

As president of the country, President Akufo-Addo is mandated in accordance with Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution to present to Parliament an address at the beginning of each session of Parliament and before the dissolution of Parliament.

During the last sitting of parliament, Rt. Honourable Alban Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament announced that “The House will be privileged to receive the President who is obligated to deliver the State of the Nation Address. His Excellency has given an indication to me that he is ready to do the obligation on Tuesday 9th March 2021.”

The President’s address to the nation will give citizens an overview of what his administration intends to do during his second term in office.

The address is expected to cover areas of national development including, security, economy, agriculture, environment, education and particularly health considering the presence of the novel coronavirus, the availability of the AstraZeneca vaccine to curb the spread and dangers the virus poses as well as the roll-out of the country’s vaccination exercise.

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Reopening of school for SHS1 students rescheduled: check Out the new date



Reopening of SHS 1 students has been rescheduled from 10th March to Thursday 18th March 2021.

The new date was communicated by the Ghana Education Service via a press release dated 7th March 2021.

The reason for the new date is to give enough time to the first year students to prepare well enough and for the school management to also prepare in receiving the students.

“Management has also noted that some students have not yet enrolled and the extension will give these students the opportunity to do so as well.Academic work will commence fully on Monday 22nd March 2021.” part of the statement reads.


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Hundreds of people chilling at Titanic Beach, Sakumono although Nana Addo placed a ban on beaches(Photos)



According to photos that has surfaced on social media, hundreds of people are chilling at Titanic Beach, Sakumono despite the fact that President Nana Addo has placed a ban on beaches.

Delivering his 23rd COVID-19 national address on Sunday, January 31, 2021, the President said the the ban on beaches has become necessary in order to curb the spread of the virus.

He added that, night clubs and cinemas remain shut, while the country’s borders, both land and sea, also remain closed.

Contrary to the president’s order, it appears people value chilling at the beach to protecting themselves against COVID-19.

Check out some photos from the Titanic Beach this afternoon:


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