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Oct 2007
1. TAMALE, THE HUB OF TOURISM, BUSINESS25/10/2007
Tamale has become a hub for very important and significant national programmes and activities in recent times.
 
2. USE FESTIVAL TO ATTRACT INVESTMENT25/10/2007
The Volta Regional Minister Kofi Dzamesi has advised traditional authorities to use festivals to showcase the nation’s rich cultural values, norms and traditions as tourism potentials for investment.
 
3. Writing for film …NAFTI Shows the way25/10/2007
A TEN-DAY Regional workshop on writing and composing music for films ends at the National Film and Television (NAFTI) Theatre at Cantonments in Accra tomorrow. Participants at the workshop, organized by NAFTI with sponsorship from the French Embassy in Accra, are from Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo
 
4. Amoamefia at last22/10/2007
AFTER years of consultations and controversies, the chiefs and people of the Anlo Traditional Area have selected and confined a new Awoamefia to succeed the late Togbui Adeladza II, who died (2) two years ago.
 
5. A MASTER GUITARIST’S DEBUT18/10/2007
A DELIGHTFUL surprise from a brilliant and enterprising guitarist. That is the compelling verdict for any fan of guitar-dominated music and even those not posed towards that style after listening to Anthony Akablay’s debut collection of songs, Lin In The Pot, the official launch of which takes place at the Alliance Francaise in Accra on Saturday, October 27.
 
6. KROBOLAND SET FOR NGMAYEM18/10/2007
A GRAND durbar of chiefs and people of Manya Krobo will take place next week Friday, October 26, at the Oklemekuku Memorial Park, Odumase Krobo, to climax the 63rd anniversary of the Ngmayem Festival.
 
7. ‘REVIVE LAWRA-JIRAPA CONFEDERATION’18/10/2007
A TRADITIONAL ruler has called for the Lawra-Jirapa-Lambussie confederation in the Lawra District of the Upper West region, towards the settlement of all disputes and development of the area.
 
8. TOURISM SITES FOR DISTRICTS18/10/2007
THE Central Regional Manager of the Ghana Tourist Board, Mr. Paul Owusu Nkansah has called on the district assemblies in the region to reactivate their tourism sub committees as a way of helping the development of tourism in the districts.
 
9. TELFER REMINISCES ON BOOMBAYA AND ALL18/10/2007
SOMEWHERE at Ringway Estates in Accra, Bernard Telfer, the gifted guitarist, composer and arranger is working diligently, arranging and mixing the works of Sakpa Yawa, a Togolese song writer which he intends to release alongside his personal third album in January, next year.
 
10. KRACHI EAST PRESENTS RESETTLEMENT PACKAGES18/10/2007
THE Krachi East District Assembly has spent ¢2 billion on the demolition of 119 households along the banks of the Volta Lake and relocating them at a new site.
 
11. ON OSU CHIEFTAINCY MATTERS17/10/2007
THE attention of the Osu Traditional Council has been drawn to a number of publications in both the print and the electronic media on the purported inauguration of a 10-member stool lands and legal committee to oversee the proper use of lands by Nii Nortey Owuo III.
 
12. AKUAPEM KRONTI MARKS ODWIRA16/10/2007
THE chiefs and people of the Kronti Division of Akuapem on Saturday celebrated their Ghana@50 Kronti Odwira Festival with a grand durbar at Akropong, during which the Krontihene, Osahene Offei Kwasi Agyeman VI, called on the people to exhibit a high sense of commitment to the development of the area.
 
13. LAWRA PEOPLE CELEBRATE KOBINE FESTIVAL16/10/2007
THE Chiefs and people of the Lawra Traditional Area in the Upper West Region have held a durbar to mark their annual Kobine festival.
 
14. GAS ROUND OFF HOMOWO WITH DURBAR16/10/2007
THE Ga Mantse, King Tackie Tawiah III, says his vision for the Ga State is educating and training the youth to become useful members of society.
 
15. AHMADIS MARK EID-UL-FITR15/10/2007
Thousands of Ahmadiyya Muslims on Saturday converged on the Ahmadiyya Conference grounds at Ashongman, near Madina in Accra for the Eid-Ul-Fitr, where the Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Ghana, Maulvi Wahab Adam, presided over the event.
 
16. ATITOE – THE COCOA OF THE AVENOR TRADITIONAL AREA15/10/2007
For the past five years, the chiefs and people of the Avenor Traditional Area in the Volta Region have been celebrating their annual Atitoe Festival to draw attention to the great potential that a wild tree know as Velvet Tamarind, which grows all over the area, has for the socio-economic development of the area.
 
17. BRIDGE OVER BONSA RIVER UNDERWAY15/10/2007
The government is constructing a 45-metre bailey bridge over the Bonsa River in the Essuoso Divisional Area in the Wassa West District of the Western Region to make the area accessible.
 
18. FOUR FILE FRESH SUIT AGAINST GA MANTSE15/10/2007
The heads of the four ruling houses of the Ga Paramount Stool have filed a fresh suit at the Judicial Committee of the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs challenging the installation of Dr. Jo Blankson as Ga Mantse.
 
19. GA MANTSE LAUNCHES ATTACK ON TIMES15/10/2007
The Ga Mantse, Nii Tackie Tawiah III, on Saturday unleashed a verbal attack on Ghanaian Times for what he termed “unfavourable reports” about him.
 
20. GAS ROUND OFF HOMOWO WITH DURBAR15/10/2007
The Ga Traditional Council at the weekend rounded off this year’s Homowo festival with a grand durbar at the forecourt of the Ga Mantse’s Palace.
 
21. KRACHI EAST PRESENTS RESETTLEMENT PACKAGES15/10/2007
THE Krachi East District Assembly has spent ¢2 billion on the demolition of 119 households along the banks of the Volta Lake and relocating them at a new site.
 
22. MUSLIMS MARK EID-UL-FITR IN THE REGIONS15/10/2007
The Eid-ul-Fitr was on Saturday marked by thousands of Muslims across the country.
 
23. PROF. ADDY CALLS FOR DEV OF SCIENCE CULTURE15/10/2007
A fellow of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS), Professor Marian Ewurama Addy, has advocated a radical reform of the country’s science and technology enterprise, with greater emphasis on the development of a science culture and a more effective governance structure for the enterprise.
 
24. THOUSANDS MARK DAY AT INDEPENDENCE SQUARE15/10/2007
Thousand of Muslims in the Accra Metropolis on Saturday thronged the Independence Square in Accra to celebrate the end of the month-long Ramadan.
 
25. VEEP CALLS FOR UNITED FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY15/10/2007
Vice President Aliu Mahama has urged Muslims in the country to stop fighting each other and rather fight illiteracy, poverty and ignorance.
 
26. WORK ON TOURIST BOARD HEAD OFFICE PROGRESSES15/10/2007
The new Head Office Project of the Ghana Tourist Board will be ready for occupation by the end of the year.
 
27. NEW CHIEF VISITS YILO KROBO ELDERS15/10/2007
Nana Baffour Tei Pinnoko (right), the newly installed Odikro of Pimpinoso in the Begoro Traditional Area in the Fanteakwa District of the Teastern Region, being welcomed to his ancestral home of Yilo Krobo by Nene Dawutey Ologo VII (middle), the Paramount Chief of Yilo Krobo.
 
28. BEST TEACHER MAKES COMMUNITY PROUD13/10/2007
On Friday, October 5, 2007, in far away Tamale, in the Northern Region of Ghana, an epoch-making event culminated in the crowning of Ms. Faustina Gyeketey, a teacher at one of the obscure rural communities, Obokrom in the Central Region, as the most outstanding teacher in the country
 
29. CHIEFS WARNED AGAINST SALE OF BUI LAND13/10/2007
The Brong-Ahafo Regional Minister, Ignatius Baffour Awuah, has cautioned chiefs in the Banda Traditional Area, where the Bui Dam is being constructed not to sell lands indiscriminately to private developers.
 
30. GGBL SUPPORT MUSLIMS FESTIVAL13/10/2007
Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited (GGBL), has donated various items to two Muslims communities towards the breaking of this year’s Ramadan fast.
 
31. LOVEBIRD13/10/2007
LOVEBIRDS GET THEIR NAME FROM THE WAY THE PAIRS ARE SEEN PREENING EACH OTHER. MANY SPECIES OF LOVEBIRDS ARE THOUGHT TO PAIR FOR LIFE.
 
32. MERARI ALOMELE REVIEWS 20 YEARS OF VIDEO FEATURES AND SAYS…OUR FILM INDUSTRY IS ALL DEAD13/10/2007
The Ghana film industry is no more. It has collapsed face down and needs artificial respiration. Various attempts to revive it have drawn blank because the symptoms of the disease are being focused upon, leaving the causes.
 
33. MUSEUM OF SLAVERY OPENS AT SESEMI13/10/2007
Sesemi a hamlet near Abokobi, in the Ga East District, on Thursday, October 11, found itself not only the proud host of an international array of prominent personalities, but also making history in Ghanaian tourism.
 
34. SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE ATEWA BAUXITE?13/10/2007
There was, many years ago, a “trotro” bus that did business between Zongo Junction and Nkrumah Circle in Accra. It had the inscription “Water is Life”. Currently, Polytank’s advert on some buses in the city also carries the same inscription.
 
35. TO ASOGLI STATE YAM FESTIVAL AND BACK13/10/2007
Five years ago, we ascended the Golden Stool of the proud Ashanti people of Ghana. We inherited a very rich tradition and culture and swore the oath to serve our people with all modesty and humility.
 
36. WHY THEY CARVED UP AFRICA…13/10/2007
Despite its pivotal role in entrenching the huge obstacles preventing Africa’s political and economic development, anniversary of the partition of Africa by the Berlin Conference (of November 1884 to February 1885)
 
37. ADJEN KOTOKU CHIEF APPEALS TO GOVERNMENT12/10/2007
The chief of Adjen Kotoku, near Amasaman, Nii Tackie Amoah VI, has appealed to the government to expedite action on securing the legal agreement on a piece of land earmarked for the resettlement of squatters at Sodom and Gomorra.
 
38. CHIEF URGES END TO JIRAPA-LAWRA DISPUTES12/10/2007
A traditional ruler has called for the revival of the Lawra-Jirapa-Lambussie confederation towards the settlement of disputes and development in the Lawra district.
 
39. CHIEF WORRIED OVER APREMDO LAND CRISIS12/10/2007
The president of the Western Regional House of Chiefs, Awulae Attibrukusu III, has condemned the recent crisis over the ownership of lands at Apremdo in Ahanta.
 
40. UE CHIEFS URGED TO SUSPEND FUNERALS12/10/2007
Traditional rulers in the Upper East Region have been urged to put on hold funerals during the coming dry season in view of the expected famine in the region following the floods.
 
41. UN TEAM TO STUDY NKONYA, ALAVANYO PEACE INTIATIIVE12/10/2007
The peace-building process adopted by the United Nations (UN) to end eight decades of conflict between the people of Nkonya in the Jasikan District in the Volta Region, is to be replicated in solving international disputes.
 
42. UW CHIEFS ASK FOR SUPPORT FLOOD VICTIMS12/10/2007
The Upper West Regional House of Chiefs, has launched an appeal for the flood victims in the region to mitigate the devastating effect on agriculture and food security, roads, shelter, health and water supply.
 
43. VR HOUSE OF CHIEFS’ ELECTION HALTED12/10/2007
A resident of Tema, Eddie Tetteh, has filled a writ at the Supreme Court against the Attorney General and the Electoral Commission seeking to restrain the conduct of any elections for the Volta Regional House of Chiefs.
 
44. AKUAPEM GUAN MARKS ODWIRA12/10/2007
Osabarima Asiedu Okoo Ababio III, Akuapem Guanhene, and his elders in a procession to the durbar grounds at the Guan Akuapem Odwira Festival held at Larteh Akwapem.
 
45. ‘LIKPES TO REVIVE UNITY FESTIVAL’11/10/2007
The Otekple of Likpe Traditional Area, Nana Soglo Alloh II, has urged chiefs and the youth of the area to bury their differences in order to revive the ‘Lekoryi’ (Unity) festival of the people next Easter.
 
46. IBF CHAMP PRESENT TITLE TO GBESE MANTSE11/10/2007
Joseph “Fresh King Kong” Agbeko, the new I.B.F. Bantamweight champion has said he will continue to be loyal and respectful to the chiefs and people of Gbese for their support they have shown over the years.
 
47. KPONE PRIESTS LAY CLAIM TO VALCO LAND11/10/2007
The Gao Wulomo (traditional priest) of the Kpone Traditional Area, Numo Tetteh Leno II, and some priestesses have called on the Volta Aluminum Company (VALCO) to release the land at the centre of controversy between VALCO and Asogli Power to them as their shrine is located within the walled area.
 
48. PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR ‘LEKORYI’ FESTIVAL INAUGURATED11/10/2007
The Otekple of the Likpe Traditional Area, Nana Soglo Alloh II, has inaugurated a 20-member planning committee to oversee preparations for the celebration of the “Lekoryi” or the unity festival of the people during Easter next year.
 
49. POLICE INVITE TELEKO-BOKAZO YOUTH11/10/2007
The Director General in charge of Police Operations, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Peter Timbillah, has appealed to persons whose names have been mentioned in connection with the violence at Teleko-Bokazo and Anwia area to report to the police to assist it find solution to the matter.
 
50. REPACKAGING OUR TRADITIONAL FESTIVALS FOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT11/10/2007
It is a fact that Ghana, a country located midway along the Gulf of Guinea’s coast of West Africa, with a population of twenty million people including the immediate past Secretary General of United Nations, Mr. Kofi Annan, boasts of a wide range of highly diversified tourist products.
 
51. TOGBE HOTTOR GRATEFUL TO FIRE SERVICE11/10/2007
The Stool Father of the Battor Paramount, Togbe Gborwonu Hotto III, has expressed his appreciation for the high profile burial accorded Elias Yao Adablanu, a former Chief Fire Officer of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNF).
 
52. A REVIEW OF THE TELEKU-BOKAZO-ANWIA RAMPAGE-WHAT LESSONS TO LEARN?10/10/2007
TELEKU-Bokazo and Anwia are small farming communities in the Nzema East District of the Western Region.
 
53. CHIEFS OPPOSE BAIL FOR TELEKO-BOKAZO YOUTH10/10/2007
First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Freddie Blay, has come under fire as chiefs in Nzema are kicking against his call for bail for the 37 youth arrested recently by the police in connection with the violence at Teleko-Bokazo and Anwia.
 
54. ROLE OF MEDICAL HERBALISTS IN THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM09/10/2007
HERBAL medicine practice is an ancient form of therapy, which continues to provide safe holistic health care for an estimated 80 per cent of people in Sub-Sahara Africa, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
 
55. TRIBUNAL DECIDES ON GA MANTSE, NOV 908/10/2007
THE Judicial Committee of the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs will on November 9, decide on whether it will or not entertain a “submission of no case” by counsel for Dr. J. Blankson (King Tackie Tawiah III) in a suit in which the Ga State Akwashong Mantse (Supreme warrior), Nii Owula Kpakpa Brofonyo, is challenging the installation of Dr. Blankson as Ga Mantse.
 
56. MONEY LENDERS NOW INTO LAVISH FUNERAL FINANCING IN SEKONDI-TAKORADI06/10/2007
The crave by Ghanaians to mount lavish funeral ceremonies, has again surfaced for public debate. In the Sekondi-Takoradi municipality, funeral events are held each week. These go with lavish spending on ambulances, food, drinks, and the hiring of loud speakers; expensive clothes of different kinds are also displayed at the funeral for show.
 
57. NATIONAL FAMILY DAY ADVOCATED06/10/2007
THE Reverend Asante Marfo-Ahenkora, Head Pastor of Narrow Gate Branch of International Charismatic Church, has called for the institution of a National Family Day to promote positive values, responsible parenting, ethical and moral standards towards the country’s development.
 
58. ODWIRA DURBAR TODAY05/10/2007
The chief and people of Akuapem in the Eastern Region will today hold a grand durbar at Mpeniase at Akropong Akuapem to celebrate their Ghana@50 Odwira festival.
 
59. REJOINDER: ‘SEND US BACK OUR LOOTED TREASURES, OR ELSE…’05/10/2007
Permit me space in your precious paper for a rejoinder to the interesting article written by your columnist, Cameron Duodo with the above headline which appeared in the Times of Tuesday, August 28.
 
60. ‘DON’T ENTERTAIN APPLICATION FROM CHIEFS FOR ELEVATION’02/10/2007
The government has been cautioned against the manner in which it handles unwarranted applications from certain traditional councils, particularly, from the Western Region for “wholesale elevation of some divisional chiefs to paramount status.
 
61. DODOWA CELEBRATES FESTIVAL WITH MOUNTAIN CLIMBING02/10/2007
Promasidor Company Limited, producers of cowbell products in conjunction with the Shai Traditional Council on Friday organized a mountain climbing competition as part of activities marking this year’s Ngmayem festival of the chiefs and people of Dodowa.
 
62. GBESE MANTSE VISITS GRAPHIC02/10/2007
The Gbese Mantse, Nii Ayi Bonte II and some of his elders yesterday visited the Graphic Communications Group Limited in Accra to acquaint themselves with the company, publishers of the Daily Graphic, The Mirror, Graphic Sports, Graphic Showbiz, Junior Graphic, the Advertiser and Graphic Nsempa.
 
63. YILO KROBO WELCOMES BAFFOUR PINNOKO02/10/2007
NANA Korlekwor Adjado II, Queen-mother of Yilo Krobo, welcoming Baffour Tei Pinnoko, Odikro of Pimpiniso, in the Begoro traditional area of the Fanteakwa District, to Somanya to a durbar in his honour.
 
64. Akuapem Odwira starts October 101/10/2007
THE Chiefs and People of Akuapem in the Eastern Region will begin the celebration of their Ghana @ 50 Odwira Festival 2007 from October 1-14.
 
65. Government injects ¢1.1bn into c’nity tourism01/10/2007
THE government last year released ¢1.1billion as part of efforts to promote tourism and create employment for the people at the community level.
 
66. GOVT TO HELP REVIVE FESTIVALS01/10/2007
THE Vice-President Alhaji Alia Mahama, has expressed the government’s desire to support the revival of the country’s cultural values through traditional festivals for the promotion of tourism and national identity.
 
67. TORGBUI SRI WARNS MISCHIEF MAKERS01/10/2007
THE acting Awoamefia and President of the Anlo Traditional Council, Regent Torgbui Sri III, has stated that he would not renege on his responsibility to defend the institution against what he describe as “the claws of mischief makers”.
 
68. TWO DETAINED CHIEFS RELEASED01/10/2007
THE two chiefs who were arrested and detained by the Northern Regional Security Council (REGSEC) to help in investigations into the recent clashes between Konkombas and Bimobas at the Jimbali market in the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District have been released.
 
69. Govt. undertakes reforms in land sector01/10/2007
VICE-President Aliu Mahama has said the government is undertaking reforms in the land sector so that land acquisition ceases to become a stumbling block to investors.
 
 
   
 
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