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Tigo Internship Programme launched to equip undergraduates for the job market

Ghana’s digital lifestyle telecom brand, Tigo, has launched its undergraduate internship programme with the first batch of 30 students taking up various positions within the organization; namely the Technology, Marketing, Customer Operations, Sales and Tigo Business departments.

The Tigo Internship Programme (TIP), spans over a three-month period and aims to expose students to the operations within the telecommunication industry, and offer them the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience for their professional fields in their desired career paths.

The Director of Human Resource at Tigo Elizabeth Arhin with interns in a group photo

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Pupils of Asiafo Amanfro Community School get taste of ICT summer camp

Information Communications Technology (ICT) has been described as a great tool for development and enhancing education for disadvantaged communities.

However, access and the use of computers and internet is still considerably low in most rural communities in the country.

Practice with volunteer

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Ghana Railway Company cannot trace GHc25,000

One of Ghana’s most financially starved government agencies, the Ghana Railway Company Limited, is said to be struggling to trace an amount of GHc25,404 belonging to the company.

This was revealed in the Auditor General’s report which covered accounts and operations of the company at the end of December 2009.


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Court orders release of Sylvester Mensah’s frozen accounts

An Accra High Court has ordered the release of all accounts belonging to the former Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), Sylvester Mensah.

The order followed a motion moved by lawyer for the Financial Intelligence Center (FIC), Arthur Chambers.


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We’re protecting Ghanaians against terror attacks – Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has assured Ghanaians in Scotland, that his government is working hard to protect the citizenry from  possible terrorist attacks.

According to the President, the national Security Council has assessed the threat that terrorists pose to Ghana in the wake of recent attacks in the West African sub-region.


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Komenda Sugar Factory suffering from erratic power supply - Spio

The Minister of Trade and Industry Dr. Ekow Spio-Garbrah has said constant operation of the Komenda Sugar Factory is being hampered by erratic power supply.

According to him, the factory is yet to be connected to the national grid to enjoy constant power from the Electricity Company of Ghana.


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19 judicial service workers sacked over Anas exposé

Nineteen Judicial Service staff have been sacked by the Judicial Council for their involvement in the judicial corruption scandal.

The workers include court registrars and interpreters who were found to have taken bribes to influence cases before their court, a statement signed by the Judicial Secretary Justice Alex Opoku Acheampong stated.


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Melcom donates GHc5000 to K’bu hospital et al

The Melcom Care Foundation has extended its benevolence to Korle Bu Teaching hospital as part of efforts to provide quality health care delivery in the country.

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Mahama boycott in Scotland exaggerated – Jon Benjamin

The British High Commissioner to Ghana Jon Benjamin has said media reports regarding the boycott staged against President John Mahama in the Scottish Parliament Thursday are exaggerated.

According to him, majority of the Scottish MPs sat through the address which was delivered by the Ghanaian leader.


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