Accra Region Police Commander has rejected accusations that a district commander in whose jurisdiction the bloody by-election unfolded, was sidelined in security plans.
The Accra Region Police Commander has said there was no election taskforce set up to man the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election.
Thirty-two communities in the Ofoase Ayirebi Constituency in the Eastern Region have benefited from an electric extension program.
Jumia Ghana Ltdthe largest online retail shop in Ghana, has rewarded three lucky couples in its just-ended ‘Jumia Loves You’promo.
Newspaper headlines: Tuesday, February 18, 2019
Queen mothers in Afigya Kwabre, a district in the Ashanti Region, have resolved to re-introduce the age-old puberty rite popularly known as ‘bragoro’ to fight teenage pregnancy.
The Ashanti Regional Police has launched a search for four people who are alleged to have shot two people killing one of them at the office of the NDC in Kumasi.
Article 66 or the 'article of confusion’ as I call it is a very emotional law. And this is because of how we worship our politics.
I was recently thrown into a state total shock when one of Ghana Broadcasting Corporation’s local fm stations over the weekend, reported news on increasing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) practices in Pusiga, Northern Ghana.
Relegating local dishes to the background is adversely affecting the country’s productivity due to poor health caused by foreign food.
Imagine possessing the power to make anyone you have a crush on, fall madly in love with you or the power to ensure your spouse never cheats or asks for a divorce.
Commander of the SWAT Unit of National Security, DSP Samuel Azugu says he does not know why the team he led to duty at La Bawaleshie, wore masks.
The Police SWAT Commander who led the operation to La Bawaleshie has admitted that the security operatives engaged in excesses during the disturbances on the day of the by-election.
It has been five years since the passing of iconic broadcaster, Komla Dumor and the family has expressed gratitude for the love that has been shown the family.
Government will on Tuesday, February 19, inaugurate simultaneously six newly created assemblies and districts.
Newspaper headlines: Monday, February 18, 2019
The government has been tasked to create an enabling environment to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Innovation as major growth factors for a resilient modern economy.
GIS says it will soon begin a nationwide crackdown on landlords and property owners who have rented out to non-Ghanaians with no immigration status.
Ghana must ensure an independent, prompt and transparent investigation into the killing of journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale Divela, say UN human rights experts.
Two female passengers were allegedly raped by armed robbers at gunpoint at Kolgine in the Northern region.
All passengers and security personnel injured in an accident involving the Vice President’s convoy on Saturday night have been treated and discharged.
Akwasi Nyantakyi, a cleaner who was accused of defiling a 10-year-old girl at the Ringway Estates in Osu, has been acquitted and discharged by a Circuit Court in Accra.
A total of 233 communities in the Ashanti Region will benefit from a grid expansion project being undertaken by the Electricity Company Ghana (ECG).
The government on Friday inaugurated 10 installed automatic weather stations (AWS) for the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) through the Ministry of communications under its e-transform project.
CHRAJ has called on women to report all forms of violence perpetrated by their partners for the appropriate action.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia escaped unhurt in a motor accident on Saturday, Gideon Boako, his spokesperson has confirmed.
Hungary has opened a new consulate in Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi.
The hiring of a Procurement Manager at the GNPC appears to be causing a misunderstanding between the Corporation’s CEO and its Board Chairman, Freddie Blay.
Senior Vice President of policy think-tank IMANI Africa says testimonies given by police heads at the Short Commission, smacks of internal police dysfunction.
Some 300 widows in the Manhyia South constituency of the Ashanti region on Friday praised the legislator, Dr Matthew Opoku-Prempeh for his kind gestures towards them.
Kasapreko Company Limited (Kasapreko), CrossBoundary Energy Ghana Limited (CBE Ghana), and Yingli Namene West Africa Limited (Yingli Namene) have in a public statement on Thursday announced the commissioned of Kasapreko’s 400.4 KWp solar plant located at Kasapreko’s Spintex Road bottling facility.
EOCO officials in Tema, in collaboration with the Ghana Police Service, yesterday disposed of a large consignment of unwholesome turkey which was being repackaged for sale
The Commission investigating violence in the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election has heard how district commander for the area was sidelined in the organisation of security for the polls.
Fear is gradually gripping ladies who usually hang their underwear outside after washing to dry.
More than 200 million dollars in annual tax revenue meant for the state were lost as a result of nefarious activities of service providers of the petroleum sector.
The Haatso branches of ICGC and the Cross Road Community Church Ministries have been ordered by the Accra High Court to pay damages of GH¢40,000 for excessive noise-making.
The EC Chairperson has revealed that the Commission received no briefing from the police on the latter’s plan to provide security for the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election.
Security expert, Kwesi Aning has lauded the Commission set up to investigate the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election violence after its day one sitting.
The new Board Chairman of the Ghana National Bureau of the ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance Scheme, Mr Victor Obeng-Adiyiah, says the new Board will bring life to the scheme.
Maxwell Kofi Lee is a mango farmer and a Junior High School (JHS) graduate of the Sra Presbyterian Basic School at Trom in the Yilo Krobo District.
Newspaper headlines: Friday, February 15, 2019
The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council has given political parties a three-month ultimatum to disband all vigilante groups else it will embark on a nationwide protest.
Resident Coordinator for the United Nations in Ghana has called on Civil Society Organisations in Ghana to promotes productive agriculture which will help drive sustainable industrialization.
Some SHS students in the Central part of the Volta Region have urged the public to cultivate the habit of regularly donating blood to save lives.
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia, spent the morning of the day universally acclaimed as the day of love, Valentine’s Day, with Rev Father Andrew Campbell and parishioners of the Christ The King Catholic Church to bring some cheer into the lives of street children at their daily Soup Kitchen.
National Security minister Albert Kan-Dapaah says a national security operative who slapped an MP during a by-election has not been arrested even though he has been identified.
Women entrepreneurs of the Association of Ghana Industries in the Volta and Eastern region have pleaded with banks and financial institutions to give priority to women entrepreneurs who apply for soft loans with low interest rates to enable them establish and expand their businesses.
A tanker vehicle carrying Liquefied Petroleum Gas has crashed into a building at CPC Krofrom in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
The Interior Minister has said the disturbances that ensued at La Bawaleshie on January 31 had nothing to do with the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election.
Opposition legislator, Ras Mubarak, has described as unfortunate, the position of government to defer implementation of the Right to Information Act to next year.
The Ghana Immigration Service has said an investigation has opened into the attack on some of its officers at Kasoa by persons some Nigerian immigrants.
Newspaper headlines: Thursday, February 14, 2019