The Minority in Parliament is demanding government action in the alleged abduction and disappearance of Mahran Mustapha Baajour, a Lebanese businessman.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has reiterated the commitment and determination of his government to bringing development to all parts of this country, without discrimination.
Polling station executives of the NPP in Keta on Friday joined residents to protest against the President’s nominee as Municipal Chief Executive, Godwin Edudzi Effah.
Ivor Kobina Greenstreet says the sale of valuable state factories and assets, has contributed to low domestic productivity and the decline of the cedi.
The opposition NDC has asked the National Peace Council to select a venue for the much-awaited dialogue between them and the governing NPP.
John Dramani Mahama on Thursday joined the family and mourners to observe the traditional one-week ceremony of the late Dr. Kwabena Adjei.
The Minority in parliament has said the cost of doing business in Ghana will increase following the cedi depreciation.
Chief Justice, Sophia A. B. Akuffo, has issued a stern warning to persons, who will attempt to railroad the newly launched Electronic Justice Project, a paperless court system rolled out by the Judicial Service.
Some leading members of the NDC remain divided on the motive of the NPP, a day after the latter invited them to dialogue on ridding the country off politically-motivated violence.
Minority Spokesperson on Finance, Casiel Ato Forson, is the latest to wade into tasking the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to answer questions about the economy.
The Minority in Parliament has asked the government to immediately submit a fresh budget statement to the house, insisting the 2019 budget has been thrown out of gear by a weak cedi.
The Minority says government must admit it has failed to turn the economy around to engender investor confidence and sustain the stability of the local currency, the cedi.
Commission of Inquiry into the Ayawaso West Wuogon electoral violence has said, it declined to hear the testimony of TV presenter Paul Adom Otchere because his testimony was not relevant.
Head of Local Government Service, Dr Ato Arthur, has said the highest calibre of staff would be posted to the newly created regions facilitate speedy development.
The country’s two rival political parties have haggled over the time and venue for bilateral talks over disbanding organised thugs affiliated to them.
The governing NPP has conceded to meeting the opposition NDC on the latter’s terms following the President’s call for both parties to disband militia groups loyal to them.
Government has reached final agreements with the India Export-Import Bank for the take-off of financing arrangements to improve agricultural mechanization services.
Former Secretary to the Emile Short Commission, Ernest Kofi Abosti, says both NPP and the NDC should acknowledge that vigilante groups are a danger to the country’s democracy.
The former President said he had a great deal of respect for Dr. Kwabena Adjei because he stood for his beliefs and was not a materialist.
The Minister-designate for Bono-East region, Siaka Stevens has backtracked on allegations that the Mahama administration diverted 100 Mahindra vehicles meant for the Education Ministry to the NDC.
Journalist Abdul Kweku Baako says the presidency must resist the temptation to protect members of government caught up in alleged corrupt conduct documented by TigerEye PI.
The CID is through with investigations into the case in which NDC National Chairman, is heard in an explosive audio recording which leaked a couple of weeks ago.
The Minister-designate for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, plans to establish a gold museum in the Western Region to attract more tourists to the country.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo–Addo has assented to the Ghana Civil Aviation (Amendment) Bill to become Act 985 (2019).
The Communication Director of the NDC has described the president’s move to legislate against vigilantism as “unfortunate.”
Former President John Dramani Mahama has denied claims he is in cahoots with others to kill the controversial founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah.
The opposition National Democratic Congress says it is worried the President chose a rather longer option to end party militia.
The latest to have a go at Joy News’ documentary, 'Militia in the heart of the nation' is the National Organiser of the NPP, who faults it on grounds of embellishment.
The President’s plan to introduce a new law to deal with organised party thugs has been dismissed as needless.
President Akufo-Addo has followed up on his promise to introduce new legislation to deal with political thuggery, ordering the Attorney-General to draft a bill “as soon as possible”.
The Emile Short Commission which investigated the violence that marred the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election has presented its report to the President.
The National Organizer of NPP has said the NDC will be embarrassed if evidence incriminating it of party militarism is presented before others.
Ex-President, John Mahama has called on the government to organise a stakeholder forum to save the economy.
The NDC has kicked against any plans by the EC to pilot the implementation of the Representation of People Amendment Act (ROPAA) in the 2020 elections.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, has nominated chief executives for the six new Municipal and District Assemblies.
The governing NPP has proposed a preliminary meeting with the opposition NDC over the disbandment of party militias as pushed by President Akufo-Addo.
The opposition NDC says reports attributed to one of its members, Joseph Yamin that it will not disband a pro-NDC party militia, The Hawks does not represent the stance of the party.
Rev. Prof. Paul Yaw Frimpong-Manso has described as "nonsense", the claim by politicians that vigilante groups belong to individuals within parties and not the political parties themselves.
The Foreign Affairs Minister has underlined Ghana’s remarkable role in championing the values of the Commonwealth which includes protection of human rights and promotion of good governance.
The Member of Parliament for Builsa North has downplayed Akufo-Addo’s intention to initiate legislation on party militia if dialogue fails.
The opposition National Democratic Congress has postponed its NEC Meeting and Induction Ceremony of the Flagbearer scheduled for Wednesday.
President Akufo-Addo has described the late Dr. Kwabena Adjei as a man of strong opinion who was also a formidable opponent.
The Coalition for National Sovereignty has faulted the government’s stance on Joy News’ undercover investigation, “Militia in the Heart of the Nation.”
A former National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr. Kwabena Adjei, has passed.
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has written to the President again, reiterating calls for wider participation in the meeting to disband the political party militia.
Five NPP Northern regional executives have been asked to resign following re-demarcation of administrative boundaries.
The President’s proposal for only the two major political parties in Ghana to dialogue on disbanding militia groups affiliated to their respective parties has been challenged, this time by a security expert.
In their quest to deny Joy News' undercover investigation premiered on Thursday, officers of the state have been embroid in conflicting responses.
The President has been told his stance that only the two biggest political parties in Ghana should dialogue on ending the menace of political party militia is not feasible.
“When we make the wrong choices, we must act to set things right. When those put in charge of running the affairs of state get it wrong, we must have the courage, the humanity and the selflessness to say so. "
Joy News invited the NPP but it failed to send a representative.
A private legal practitioner has suggested that President Nana Akufo-Addo and his predecessors be made to lead the process of solving the menace of political party militia in Ghana.