President Nana Akufo-Addo has revealed that he had no difficulty whatsoever in supporting the candidature of Thomas Kwesi Quartey for the position of Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo promises to fast-track the release of allowances to Ghanaian soldiers on peacekeeping missions.
NPP Deputy General Secretary, Obiri Boahen petitions the IGP to reconsider decision to release seized vehicles to NDC National Organiser, Kofi Adams.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and former President John Mahama joined hundreds of guests to witness the official investiture of The Gambia President, Adama Barrow on Saturday.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his government's first budget, scheduled to be presented on March 2, will detail the measures to revive the ailing economy.
Madam Otiko Afisa Djaba, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, has stated that government is committed to removing the legal barriers to protect and include Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in Ghana.
Former Deputy Finance Minister, Mona Helen Quartey has cautioned the governing New Patriotic Party to think through the free senior high school programme before implementing it.
The governing New Patriotic Party has maintained no decision has been taken to use the Heritage Fund to finance the free senior high school programme.
The Akufo-Addo government has been urged not to shy away from imposing a tax to fund free education following a raging debate over the funding source for the 2016 campaign promise.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his government would not shy away from making critical choices that are necessary for the long-term interest of Ghanaians.
Veteran politician Enoch Teye Mensah has lamented his inability to contest for a seat on the Council of State because of an overly partisan resistance to his bid.
Legal luminary Sam Okudzeto says he would vigorously fight for more powers for the council of state insisting the institution was abused under former President Mahama.
Former President John Mahama has entreated the governing New Patriotic Party to desist from interfering with the work of yet-to-be-established office of Special Prosecutor.
A request by Mr Ablakwa to appear before the committee probing bribery allegations against the leadership of Parliament’s Appointment Committee has been granted.
Mr Ofori-Attah has dismissed suggestions that the Heritage Fund could be used to finance government’s free SHS policy.
The King of the Kingdom of Morocco accompanied by some members of his government and business leaders have arrived in Ghana for a three-day visit.
A New Patriotic Party MP on Parliament’s Finance Committee says no definite decision has been taken by government to use the Heritage Fund to finance its free SHS programme.
Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu says government’s decision to tap into reserved oil revenue known as Heritage Fund to finance its free senior high school policy would be fatal for Ghana.
Elections for 10 regional representatives who will advise the President on the Council of State is currently underway across the country.
One of the three legislators who have alleged they were bribed to facilitate the approval of a ministerial nominee says he will pursue the matter until the truth is established.
A coalition of civil society groups has challenged government’s plan to draw from the oil and gas Heritage Fund to finance the free senior high school policy.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his government will ramp up Ghana’s participation in activities of ECOWAS and AU.
The Chairman of an Ad-hoc Committee of Parliament set up to investigate the bribery scandal that rocked the Appointments Committee of Parliament says it may only call four witnesses to testify in the scandal that challenged the integrity of the Legislature.
Joseph Osei-Owusu will Wednesday be the first witness at a public hearing into allegations of bribery that has hit Parliament.
Veteran politician Enoch Teye Mensah says he would aid President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to fulfill his campaign promises if elected the Greater Accra Regional representative on the Council of State.
Outspoken Assembly member for Ridge –Nhyiaeso Electoral Area, Abraham Boadi is now Presiding Member of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has appointed 11 persons to counsel him as members of the Council of State.
The minister-designate for the Western region has called for more support for women who are engaged in small-scale businesses to boost the country's wealth.
Western Regional Minister-designate, Dr Kwaku Afriyie has expressed dissatisfaction with what he described as the undue financial burden placed on farmers by government.
The Western Region Minister designate has doubted the viability of the hugely challenged National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).
Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo-Prampram, Enoch Teye Mensah, has joined the race in the Greater Accra Region for election as a member of the Council of State.
Parliament’s Appointments Committee will Tuesday seek to establish the suitability of regional ministers-designate for the Ashanti, Western, Eastern and Greater Accra regions.
The Director of Center for European Studies at the University of Ghana entreats government to appoint the 216 MMDCEs across the country based on merit.
The Ghana at 60 Planning Committee has denied engaging in plagiarising in the design of its logo for the event which starts in March.
The opposition National Democratic Congress is on a mission to establish the cause of their electoral defeat to the New Patriotic Party in the December elections.
The Tema East branch of the NPP has accused the party’s Greater Accra Regional Chairman, Ishmael Ashitey of attempting to impose his relative on them as the MCE.
The governing NPP serves a stern warning to supporters saying it would not be blackmailed over the appointment of the various MMDCEs across the country.
A campaign by OccupyGhana to get the Auditor-General to enforce its powers to recover misappropriated public funds has yielded success.
Two Minority Members of Parliament have filed a writ at the Supreme Court to revoke the appointment of Otiko Afisa Djaba as Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection for failing to do her National Service.
Member of Parliament for Wa East has charged President Akuffo Addo to speedily introduce a legal instrument to parliament to back the new ministries he has created.
A Presidential Staffer in the John Mahama administration has denied a report attributed to him about the whereabouts of 200 vehicles missing from the Presidential pool.
The authenticity of a memo allegedly detailing the vehicles that the previous National Democratic Congress (NDC) government handed over to the current government has come under scrutiny.
A leading member of the CPP has cautioned the Akufo-Addo government not to use the issue of missing cars at the presidency as an excuse to buy new cars.
A governance expert says he doubts the claim by the government that over 200 vehicles are reported missing from the Presidency’s fleet of vehicles.
The final batch of Ministerial nominees appointed to serve in the New Patriotic Party government have been sworn in at the Flagstaff House Friday.
In the wake of fierce search for alleged 208 missing state vehicles, a former Presidential Staffer has returned documents covering a vehicle he used.
Parliament has approved all 11 nominees of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who have been vetted during the week, Friday.
In the wake of the allegations of missing state vehicles, a Deputy Chief of Staff has slammed what he says is the poor record keeping credentials left behind by the Mahama led administration.
NDC Youth Wing has hinted of a "peaceful and lawful march" to petition the President over alleged lawless behavior of some NPP supporters.
A former Deputy Chief of Staff under erstwhile President John Mahama accuses the governing NPP of scheming to demonise former government officials over alleged missing vehicles.
The scandal over missing vehicles at the presidency is getting murkier by the minute with a former presidential staffer suggesting the allegation is nothing more than a ploy by the new government to buy brand new luxurious vehicles for use at the presidency.