Pulse News On The Go – 3rd March, 2016

The Supreme Court has rejected the application for injunction brought by former National Youth Organizer of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Abu Ramadan to stop the Electoral Commission from organizing the Abuakwa North constituency by-election and limited registration exercise. The seven panel of judges presided over by Chief Justice Georgina Wood failed to give reasons for their decision.
Mr Gary Nimako Marfo, counsel for Nii Armah Ashietey, the Member of Parliament for Klottey Korle who is challenging the eligibility of Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings as Parliamentary nominee for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) stated Thursday that he was being trailed by some unknown persons. In a letter to the Registrar of the Accra High Court, Mr Nimako Marfo said he was trailed by unknown persons when driving home after work. He said the unknown persons immediately drove off when he parked at North Legon Police Post to alert the police.

Ghana’s health sector is likely to suffer a huge setback following the decision by DANIDA to withdraw its support to Ghana, Coalition of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in health has said. According to the NGOs in Health, DANIDA withdrawing its funding support will adversely affect Immunisation and other health care initiatives in the country.
The Nsawam water treatment plant has resumed water production following the construction of a borehole to service the plant. The plant is currently producing 500,000 gallons of water a day to distribute to residents of the Nsawam-Adoagyiri municipality.A second borehole is in the process of being connected to the plant and is expected to improve the current production on completion.

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