Former President, John Mahama, has waded into the long-standing debate over the founders of Ghana, affirming that Kwame Nkrumah is to Ghana what Jesus Christ is to Christianity.
The Joe Ghartey Committee investigating allegations of bribery against three Members of Parliament and a Minister is likely to submit its report to Parliament on Wednesday.
Former President John Mahama has revealed he almost quit politics to go into private business in 2008.
Lands and Forestry Minister John Peter Amewu has warned government will not spare anyone in its effort to combat illegal mining known as galamsey.
Deputy Finance minister-designate Kwaku Kwarteng has defended the record size of the government noting more ministers may not mean more cost.
The Minority in Parliament is raising red flags over what it says is an overload of projects at the office of the president for the 2017 financial year.
The Deputy Interior Minister-designate has promised severe sanctions against members of the NPP-affiliated vigilante group, Delta Force, following Friday’s attack.
Two private citizens have sued the Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo, over the allocation of a portion of the District Assembly Common Fund to Members of Parliament and Regional Coordinating Councils.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has placed a ban on the purchase of new vehicles by Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
The People’s National Convention has threatened to raise a vigilante group to provide security for its national officers.
Two vigilante groups affiliated to the governing New Patriotic Party are on a collision course over the status of Ashanti Regional Security Coordinator, George Adjei.
Procurement minister-designate Sarah Adwoa Safo is before the Appointments Committee of Parliament vetting the last batch of 54 nominations for ministerial posts.
Parliament will on Monday consider for approval a bill that will allow the government to redirect money from various statutory funds to the Finance Ministry for the financing of government priority projects.
Parliament’s Appointment Committee will Monday vet four of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s ministerial nominees as it raises against time to vet some 19 nominees by Thursday.
Vice President, Mahamadu Bawumia, has challenged Muslim youth to take advantage of government’s tax cuts and venture into entrepreneurship.
Kweku Baako Jnr has condemned a recent attack on the newly appointed Ashanti Region Security Coordinator but says the newly created office flouts the constitution.
More than 200 members of a self-styled security force affiliated with the governing NPP have attacked the Ashanti Regional Security Coordinator late Friday morning.
Chairman of Parliament’s Appointments Committee says working with Minority members of the Committee who accused him of facilitating an attempt to bribe them has been difficult.
The African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs has cast doubt over the objectivity of the outcome of the Joe Ghartey Committee on allegations of bribery in parliament.
The attack at the British Parliament on Wednesday has caused Ghanaian legislators to call for better protection.
The National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress has entreated disgruntled party supporters to direct their complaints to the Kwesi Botchwey Committee.
The simmering tension in the opposition NDC after its defeat last year does not appear to have been tamed by the formation of a committee to probe the humiliating loss.
The Eastern Region branch of the opposition NDC has appealed to party members not to disrupt the work of Professor Kwesi Botchwey-led committee.
Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei-Owusu, believes he will be vindicated when the report of the Committee investigating Parliament's bribery scandal is released.
Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful, the Minister of Communications, has hailed her predecessor, Dr Edward Omane Boamah, and his team for laying a good foundation for the Ministry.
The President on Tuesday met the Ghanaian community in Geneva, Switzerland, where is attending the Africa CEOs Conference.
The Deputy Minority leader has described as shameful a defence mounted for the takeover of the Kintampo Waterfalls by the New Patriotic Party’s Invincible Forces.
The Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party has justified the takeover of the Kintampo Waterfall by the Invisible Forces, a vigilante group affiliated to the governing New Patriotic Party.
Research and education think tank, Africa Center for International Law and Accountability, is calling for a constitutional amendment to limit the number of ministerial appointments a president can make.
The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) today marked the one year passing of their late former National Chairman, Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey with a remembrance service at the Accra Ridge Church.
Deputy Majority Chief Whip, Mathew Nyindam says a report by the Joe Ghartey Committee set up to investigate allegation of bribery against some Members of Parliament has been held back due to some new information.
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Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, is confident the President Nana Addo’s appointment of 110 ministers and deputies to serve in his government will prove to be a good decision.
Member of Parliament for Bawku Central has described as "complete lies" government claims that 276 state vehicles are missing.
The governing New Patriotic Party has dismissed claims that government’s huge team of appointees might result in mass corruption.
The Bawku Central Member of Parliament says President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has set a bad precedent with his unprecedented 110 Ministers and deputy Ministers.
Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper says the masses will definitely win the debate about president Akufo-Addo's bloated government but it is up to the appointees to justify the large size of government with palpable results.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has expressed optimism about the future of the National Democratic Congress, saying it will "bounce back."
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has responded to criticisms of his 'elephant' size government, saying it might not matter after the economy begun to boom in the coming days.
The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has mounted a bold incurable defence of a largely unpopular decision to announce a government size bigger than any other in the country's history.
Former Acting CHRAJ Commissioner and strong lady, Anna Bossman, has reportedly been penned down as Ghana’s Ambassador to France.
The President has justified the 'bloated' size of his government explaining it is in response to huge challenges facing the country.
The Vice President has asked the staff of the Public Procurement Authority to resist any attempt by politicians to circumvent rules governing the award of public contracts.
A former minister of Information in the NDC has said he finds nothing wrong with President Akufo-Addo appointing many ministers to serve in his government.
NDC National Organiser, Kofi Adams, has lauded agitation by party youth in Koforidua during a meeting of the Prof Kwesi Botchwey Review Committee Thursday.
An attempt to rationalize a hugely unpopular decision to bloat the size of government has set the Information Minister on a collision course with the Civil and Local Government Workers Association.
The Chairman of the National Democratic Congress election review committee was nearly heckled by supporters of the party in the Eastern Region in an organised chaos and protest, Thursday.
President Akufo-Addo has been criticised for setting up Ghana's largest government with 110 ministers and deputies.
NPP Communications Director Nana Akomea who criticized the former government for running a bloated administration has defended the NPP for doing even worse.
Ghanaian Governance guru Professor Stephen Adei wants the government to provide a stronger justification for requiring 110 ministers, the highest-ever by any administration.
Vice president of policy think tank IMANI Ghana, says the appointment of 110 ministers by President Akufo-Addo is unacceptable and disappointing.
The Majority in Parliament has accused the erstwhile Mahama administration of over-bloating its 2016 budget by GH¢8 billion.