The president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is marking his first year in office with a media encounter at the Flagstaff House in Accra.
Deputy Chief of Staff John Jinapor says it is a boost for the government's transparency ratings that a bipartisan probe is ongoing into allegations, the presidency was used for profiteering.
The Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) has called on the President to sanction officials of the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) who on Monday attempted to remove the Deputy Chair of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Georgina Opoku Amankwaah from her office.
The President will host a cross-section of the media in Ghana today January 17 to mark one year of his administration.
Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry into the proposed creation of new regions, Justice Stephen. A Brobbey, says consultations at scheduled public hearings will play a key role the final determination of the proposal.
Political pressure group, Economic Fighters want the fight against corruption rebranded to the fight against stealing.
The governing New Patriotic Party has made some amendments in its constitution targeted at eliminating strife and internal crisis.
A Member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) legal team has suggested that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) majority will cover up the findings of the ongoing cash-for-seat probe.
The Executive Director of EOCO has reportedly rendered an apology to DEC Chair over the violent approach with which he led police personnel into her office, Monday.
The Minority in Parliament says the Vice President threw dust into the eyes of Ghanaians by distorting the country’s 2016 arrears in his recent speech.
Alban Bagin has cast doubts on John Mahama’s chances of winning the National Democratic Congress’ primaries to lead the party in the 2020 general elections.
Beleaguered Deputy Chair of the EC, Georgina Opoku Amankwah says will forcibly enter her office if she comes to find it locked by the officials from EOCO.
HOT AUDIO: Mrs Amankwaah speaks after her attempted removal by EOCO
The governance expert has faulted the EOCO for attempting to forcibly remove Mrs Opoku Amankwaah from her office on Monday.
A nine-member Commission of Enquiry collating views on the creation of new regions has taken its consultative exercise to the Ho Municipality where the views of chiefs in the Volta Region have been sought.
MP for Nadowli Kaleo constituency, Alban Bagbin, has stated that the supporters of former president John Mahama consider him a liability to the party.
Millennium Excellence Foundation has refused to provide a bank statement to a parliamentary committee investigating claims it used the presidency to raise money for an awards dinner last December.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumiah says government chalked a historic feat in the macroeconomic sector by achieving its Fiscal Deficit Target.
Millenium Excellence Foundation, has brought diagrams to a parliamentary probe investigating claims it used the presidency to raise money for an awards dinner last December.
The Chief of Staff in the immediate past NDC administration, Julius Debrah, has opened up over the number of vehicles the Mahama regime bequeathed to Akufo-Addo.
Organisers of the Ghana Expatriate Business Awards will today appear before Parliament to answer tough questions about their involvement in the Cash-for-Seat scandal.
The Managing Editor of the Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako has hinted of a possible ministerial reshuffle.
A former Lands Minister has said the appointment of Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor has restored confidence in the president’s commitment to the fight against corruption.
The Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu has described as unjustifiable government refusal to furnish Parliament with the list of presidential staffers.
The MP for Efutu says fears that Mr Amidu will use his Special Prosecutor’s Office to witch-hunt former government officials in the NDC are unfounded.
Akufo-Addo has joined thousands across the world to condemn Donald Trump after he reportedly used crude language to describe African nations, Haiti and El Salvador.
A former Lands Minister has sounded a word of caution to President Akufo-Addo following his appointment of Martin Amidu as the country’s foremost Special Prosecutor.
John Ndebugri is predicting that Martin Amidu’s strong views coupled with contradictions in the law guiding the Special Prosecutor’s Office will cause Mr Amidu to resign.
It has emerged some members of the governing New Patriotic Party are unhappy with the president’s appointment of Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor.
Mr. Martin Amidu, the man nominated as Ghana’s first independent prosecutor may not serve the mandatory 7-year term in office per the constitution.
PPI-Ghana has lauded the appointment of Mr Martin A.B.K Amidu as the first Special Prosecutor of Ghana.
Trades Minister, Alan Kyeremanten has revealed a total sum of GHS31,500 was released to the Ghana Expatriate Business Awards Planning Committee as sitting allowance.
The Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has welcomed the appointment of Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor but has demanded a neutral and an impartial prosecutor.
The President has given power to a man who has a double-edged sword. It is this elevation of difficult principles over easy partisanship that has got many feeling hopeful that Ghana can work again.
Deputy Minister of Information, Perry Curtis Okudzeto has lauded the media for their role in the fight against illegal mining.
The Trades Minister has dismissed the claim that the Interplast Limited Chief Executive Officer paid $100,000 to sit close to president Akufo-Addo at the GEBA.
The Trade Minister has disclosed that he verbally instructed organisers of the Ghana Expatriates Business Awards not to charge businessmen who sat on the same table as President Akufo-Addo.
It was a merry-go-round affair between Trades Minister, Alan Kyeremanten, and Committee member Dominic Ayine in day two of the cash-for seat probe.
Former Director of Public Prosecutions Cynthia Lamptey is likely to be named deputy Special Prosecutor, Myjoyonline.com has learnt.
More commendations continue to pour in for Nana Akufo-Addo’s nomination of renowned anti-graft campaigner, Martin Amidu, as the Independent Special Prosecutor.
A former Deputy Attorney General has doubts the newly appointed Special Prosecutor will be fair and impartial in carrying out his responsibility.
Former President Rawlings has congratulated Martin Amidu on his appointment as the country's foremost Special Prosecutor at the newly created office of the Independent Prosecutor.
A member of Parliament’s Constitutional and Legal Affairs Committee has spoken about his surprised upon the appointment of Martin Alamisi Amidu as the first Independent Prosecutor.
Former CHRAJ boss Justice Emile Short has expressed shock at the appointment of anti-corruption crusader Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor nominee.
Private legal practitioner, Kofi Bentil, has lauded President Akufo-Addo over his choice of former Attorney-General, Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor.
Martin A. B. K. Amidu is a Ghanaian politician. He was the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice from January 2011 till January 2012.
The president Nana Akufo-Addo has announced citizen vigilante, Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor for the newly created office of the Independent Prosecutor.
MP for South Dayi, Rockson Dafeamekpor has rubbished a survey by the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana, referring to it as an armchair research.
Although Ghana’s agreement with the US to host two former Gitmo detainees has expired, government remains tight-lipped on its next move.
As the country celebrates the Silver Jubilee of the 4th Republic, Executive Director of IDGE has called a focus on talents and skills as a key resource for national development.
A Lecturer at the University of Ghana Political Science Department has cautioned government against jubilating over a survey that suggests that majority of Ghanaians are happy with its performance.
The NDC will speed up its restructuring process in order to present a formidable front ahead of the 2020 general elections, the NDC National Organiser has said.
President Akufo-Addo has presented letters of credence to Ghana’s High Commissioner to Malaysia, Akua Sakyiwa Ahenkorah, at a brief ceremony at the Flagstaff House, Wednesday.