Monday, January 21, 2013


By: Kwamina Bamfo-Agyei
In the early hours of Sunday fire razed down sixty old three unit classroom block belonging to Amanful Catholic boys Primary and Junior High school at Amanful in the Cape Coast Metropolis.

According to the Head Teacher Georgina Incoom noted that arrangement has been made for the pupils to share classroom with a school near by.

The Member of Parliament for Cape Coast South Hon. Kweku Ricketts called for the introduction of Health and Safety Inspectorate to inspect all public buildings to ensure their safety status. He said information gathered from the fire service indicated that the fire was as a result of a faulty electric wire.

Sunday, January 13, 2013


By: Kwamina Bamfo-Agyei

The Presbyterian Church of Ghana has demolished a portion of the Nursery and primary classroom blocks to to make way for the expansion of the construction of their church building.

According to some of the teachers the Church is gradually demolished the entire school complex, this act of the Church they indicated will not benefit the school children and the community. 

Some of the parents have appealed to the government to relocate the school from the premises since the construction of the church is distracting the attention of the kids from learning.

Meanwhile Central Press tried speaking to minister of the Church but at the time of the visit it was indicated that the matter is with the police and the church is unable to comment on the situation.

At the moment pupils of primary one share the same class with primary two pupils as a result of the expansion project by the church. While the children at the nursery school have been relocated within the metropolis.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013


By. Kwamina Bamfo-Agyei

The Central Regional Minister Hon. Ama Benyiwah- Doe has disclosed to Journalists in the region that she is not sick or dead as it is being reported in the media and other social network.

She said this during her interaction with the media to climax the 2012 on December 31st.

The Central Regional Minister Hon. Ama Benyiwah- Doe has expressed her gratitude to Journalists in the region for the support that was given to her as the minister over the last four years.

She appealed to journalists in the region to focus on development stories that will improve the economic status of the area. She called on all to give the same support to the new minister that will take over from her soon.

Shirley Asiedu-Addo, Ag. Central Regional Chairman of the Ghana Journalist Association pledged the association's supported to good reportage in 2013 since journalists are agent of development.