|Prof. Fred Bink|
Prof Kofi Anyidoho interim council chairman, who presented a graphical report of activities concerning the establishment of the University, including policy-blueprint, human resource searches and physical structure build-ups at the forum, said since its inception, the council has recruited the key officers of the university; this he said is an indication that the t university is ready for commencement.
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|A tree uprooted during the storm|
Notwithstanding this challenge, the Assembly according to the chief executive has executed a total of five projects and these included renovation of a slaughter house, construction of septic tank, the re-enforcing of a concrete poly-tank support at the Jubilee Park, renovation and conversion of urinals into Water-Closet toilet and bath houses at the Central Market, all in Ho.
Also, during this period, most people travel to their hometowns to mark the period with their families. However, the story seems to be different this year as some drivers at the Ho lorry station who spoke to the reporter said passengers are not at the station as compared to the previous years. They noted that driver who ply the Ho-Accra road are no longer making return journey from Accra but they are optimistic that the situation will change in the coming days as most workers will break for the festivity by close of work on Thursday. Meanwhile a visit to some saloons and tailoring shops revealed that business is booming than ever before as most people were trooping in to put on new looks.
|A registration centre at Ho-Kpodzi|
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It appears the indefinite strike by the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG) could be called off by the end of the week.