The maiden edition of the pre-election debate for aspiring National Executive Officers of the NDC was nearly marred after three aspiring National Womens’ Organizer boycotted the event.
The Akyemansa District in the Eastern Region has launched its 10th Anniversary with a series of activities to mark the celebration.
If the details of the controversial research said to have been done by the former Deputy Health Minister, Rojo Mettle Nunoo is anything to go by, then some members of the John Mahama led government knew beforehand the NDC could lose the 2016 elections.
Energy Minister under the previous government has called the bluff of the current government, nudging it to go ahead and prosecute past officials alleged to have embezzled oil funds.
The NDC says it cannot be held responsible for the alleged diversion of part of $175m loan facility to conduct research into the popularity of the Mahama administration.
An Accra High Court has adjourned the matter involving former Director-General of Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) to December 14, 2018.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged beneficiaries of the Nation Builders Corps (NaBCo) programme, to exercise decorum in their work.
Former Trades Minister and flagbearer hopeful of the opposition NDC, Ekwow Spio Garbrah on Tuesday launched his campaign to lead the party to the 2020 polls.
The Centre for Social Democracy (CSD-Ghana) in partnership with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is to organize pre-election candidate debates for aspirants in the upcoming NDC National Executive Elections.
Former Energy minister has described as a hoax, government’s claim it saved the taxpayer $7bn after cancelling power purchase agreements deemed surplus to requirements
The Minority is adopting a wait and see attitude as Energy Minister John Peter Amewu brags over a supposed $50million savings made after a second attempt at renegotiating the controversial AMERI deal.
The Vice President has reiterated the resolve of government to transform the country within the shortest possible time through the implementation of policies and programmes.
Former Kumasi Mayor, Kojo Bonsu, has kicked off his campaign to lead the National Democratic Congress in the 2020 elections, with a tour of the Central Region.
Supporters of NDC flagbearer hopefuls, Prof Joshua Alabi and Dr Spio Gabrah, are accusing former President John Mahama of stealing their campaign message.
The former for Ablekuma South has endorsed the candidature of Alban Bagbin for the NDC presidential candidate position, describing him as the best.
The Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has requested for further evidence after Joy News investigations revealed loans were diverted to fund political research.
An opposition National Democratic Congress presidential hopeful has taken on the Mahama administration over corruption scandals that hit it.
The NDC’s Head of Research says if it can be established that the Mahama-led administration used part of the $175 million loan meant to build hospitals to conduct a election-related research, then the previous administration may be said to be culpable of misappropriation of funds.
Flagbearer hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Augustus ‘Goosie’ Tanoh is calling for reforms in the argic sector to help improve investment.
The National Coordinator of the One-District-One Factory policy initiative has assured Ghanaians that every district will have its own factory by the end of 2020.
Anti-corruption campaigners are worried about the apparent lack of prosecution of persons involved in the “Robbing the Assemblies” scandal, a year after the documentary was aired.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has stated that the recent catalogue of allegations against him that have resurfaced in the media are a calculated effort by certain vested interests who feel intimidated and threatened by his level of integrity.
Internal auditors have described President Akufo-Addo’s dismissal of the former Executive Secretary of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Gifty Klenam as “irregular and improper”.
The Health Ministry under the Mahama administration spent part of a government loan facility on research into the chances of the NDC, Joy News has found.
Joy News has intercepted a document detailing which Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) has been terminated or modified; an action government believes will save the country some $7billion.
Ex-president John Rawlings claims the recent documentary by Joy News on the chilling account of the murder of three High Court Judges and a retired army officer is an attack on him.
The Minister of Information Designate, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah has called on heads of State Institutions and Agencies to open up and let government communication machinery assist them in propagating their good works and progress in office.
The National Democratic Congress Constituency Secretary for the Yapei Kusawgu Constituency Iddi Latif has taken a swipe at the Nana Addo administration for what he described as neglect of the people of Central Gonja.
Two political analysts have belittled the weight of an alliance of five presidential aspirants in the NDC against the chances of former President John Mahama.
The Asante Akim North Assembly has suspended its Finance and Administration Convener, for unilaterally abrogating and re-awarding contract without due process
In a 10-man race to lead the opposition NDC into the 2020 elections, an aspirant, Sylvester Mensah, has explained why the frontrunner, John Mahama, should be a benchwarmer.
At least five aspirants for 2020 NDC flagbearer have been meeting to consider plans to ensure the party's 2020 presidential candidate is not the frontrunner, former President John Mahama.
Two young politicians from the two largest political parties have faced off in a contest of history and bloated political delegations to international conferences.
Former President John Mahama has described as false, allegations that his administration diverted funds intended for the construction of the Pwalugu dam in the Upper East Region.
Spokesperson for Dr Mahamudu Bawumia says a list suggesting that Ghana sent the biggest delegation to the 2017 UNCTAD conference in Geneva is not accurate.
The NPP says increasing calls for violent pro-party groups to be disbanded are misplaced.
The New Patriotic Party has rejected assertions it is paying lip service to the fight against vigilantism in Ghana.
In what may seem as a strange demand, the suspended CPP General Secretary has asked all executives to resign else he won’t accept the reinstatement.
One of John Mahama’s flagship projects while in office, is now facing criticism from the former President himself.
Dr Emile Short has said Ghanaians who feel Mr Amidu is taking too long to begin work against corruption expected too much too early.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has observed that there are no signs of the government’s one village, one dam on the ground after almost two years in office.
Government has been advised to shelve an ambitious industrialization plan after several deadlines to roll them out have been missed.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has launched an attack on a Joy News’ documentary, ‘Who Killed the Judges?’, a week after the historical exposé was aired.
A government spokesperson has backed comments some have described as a verbal assault on former President Mahama by Dr Bawumia.
Minister of State in Charge of National Security, Bryan Acheampong, has promised to wage a war on vigilante groups whose activities distort the peace of the country.
Two members of the vigilante group, Delta Force, have been arrested Tuesday in connection with a weekend violence in which a minister of state had to run for his dear life.
It appears the Auditor General, Daniel Domelevo’s crusade against the Asset Declaration laws of Ghana is gathering momentum.
Governance expert, Daniel Batidam has cautioned the government to crack the whip on vigilante activities or risk all politicians paying the ultimate price.
The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia says it will be suicidal for Ghanaians to hand over the administration of the country back to former President, John Dramani Mahama.
John Dramani Mahama has expressed shock over the suspension of the headmaster of Tempane SHS, describing the Akufo-Addo government as highly intolerant.
Members of Delta Force, a vigilante group associated with NPP disrupted a meeting called by their Parliamentarian, Dr. Anthony Osei Akoto.
Kweku Baako and Andrew Agyapa Mercer seem convinced by the Minority’s claim that the Agric Minister has put in a request for a building under renovation by COCOBOD.
Kweku Baako has described as misleading suggestions former National Security advisor Captain Kojo Tsikata was up to mischief when he attempted to access BNI records of the killing of the judges.