Monthly Archives: May 2019

As DUJAR Technical College Graduates 65 Students… Hon. J. Alex Tyler Admonishes Graduates To Aspire For Greatness

Former House Speaker Hon. J Alex Tyler has admonished graduates of the recently held commencement Convocation of the DUJAR Technical College in Barnesville to aspire for greatness through successful journeys. The DUJAR College awarded associate degrees to 65 students in 4 disciplines namely: Nursing, Agriculture, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering respectively. At a jammed pack auditorium where parents

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Atty. Tarnue Points Accusing Fingers At Educational Stakeholder And CDCians Over His Suspension

The outgoing Principal and CEO of the Booker T. Washington Institute, Harris Fomba Tarnue has pointed accusing fingers at one of the Assistant Ministers at the Ministry of Education and officials of the Coalition for Democratic Change in Margibi for his suspension. Atty. Tarnue in an interview with newsmen in Kakata over the weekend following an indoor meeting with the

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First Lady Weah Calls For Collective Efforts In Tackling Issues Confronting Women

Accra-Ghana: First Lady Clar Marie Weah has challenged women across Africa and the world to double up efforts in tackling issues confronting them. Mrs. Weah said with collective efforts and united voices, women can overcome the challenges, including the huge gender disparity at various levels of society. “Women must not allow their space, life, and destiny to be defined by

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MFDP Conducts Three Days Retreat On “Audit Readiness” In Margibi

A three-day retreat intended to prepare staffs of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) is being conducted in Kakata City Margibi County. The Retreat which focuses on “Audit Readiness” started on Friday, May 17, 2019, at the Kakata City Hall under the theme “Preparing Staff for Smooth Audit. About 60 persons including Directors, Compliance Officers, Senior Compliance Officers

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