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Prudential Life Launches The Dignity Farewell Plan In Partnership With Lashibi Funeral Homes

Prudential Life Insurance Ghana, a top 5 leading insurer in the country, and Lashibi Funeral Homes, Ghana’s premier and leading comprehensive funeral services provider have announced their partnership by launching the Dignity Farewell Plan, a comprehensive funeral policy, to help Ghanaians plan stress-free funerals that offer dignity to the deceased and comfort to the bereaved.

The Dignity Farewell Plan is a service based solution which, in addition to an agreed cash

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East Legon tunnel worsens traffic instead of easing it - Dr Arkutu

Arkutu compressedA former Chairman of the National Population Council (NPC), Dr Andrew A. Arkutu says the construction of the tunnel which connects the Shiashie-Boundary Road in East Legon to the Spintex Road has rather made vehicular traffic on the stretch worse instead of solving the problem.

According to him, the failure of the engineers who constructed the tunnel to make numbers count has resulted in an increased traffic on the road, thereby compounding the already bad vehicular traffic.

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Serious planning must inform social interventions, not whims and prayers - Dr Arkutu

Arkutu compressedA former Chairman of the National Population Council (NPC), Dr Andrew A. Arkutu has suggested that programmes and interventions that are intended, and have the power, to transform the lives of people, communities and society, should not be launched on a whim and a prayer.

 Instead, it should be based on good planning.

He said for the country to make any meaningful progress in its development, “it is critical that serious and conscientious efforts

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Arkutu advocates establishment of data-base training Module at GIMPA

social national dataAccra, Oct. 24, GNA – Dr Andrew Arkutu,
former Chairman, National Population Council (NPC) has advocated a training module on data-based planning for development be established at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).He said the establishment of such a training module would require the active participation and collaboration of key stakeholders including the Ministry of Planning, Ghana Statistical Services (GSS), National Development Planning Commission, the Regional Institute for Population Studies and the NPC.

He noted that there were scores of public,academic and research institutions involved in data gathering and management,and that all these could benefit from technical and financial support as well as greater coordination and collaboration.

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What to Wear to a Funeral

Dress for Funeral 531071598What to wear to a funeralWhen deciding what to wear to a funeral it is always best to go conservative. While it’s true that you don’t have to wear black, you should dress in a way that shows respect. That means avoiding bright colors, flashy prints, and glittery fabrics.

A good rule of thumb is to dress as if you are attending a serious business meeting. That means what you choose may be guided by your location, the climate, and the culture of the deceased.

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