An Accra High Court has directed three former top officials of the NCA and two others, to open their defense in a corruption case brought against them by the state.
In a fashion similar to her father’s attitude during the revolutionary days, NDC MP for Korle Klottey, rebuked members of the Korle-Klottey Municipal Assembly for starting their first general meeting very late.
The spokesperson for former John Mahama has challenged the President to demonstrate his commitment to fighting corruption by calling on Special Prosecutor to prosecute government appointees.
Pressure group, OccupyGhana, has extolled the urgency with which President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo gave assent to the Right to Information Law.
Bawku Central MP, Mahama Ayariga, has been left baffled by charges leveled against him by the Special Prosecutor.
The Special Prosecutor has begun the prosecution of Bawku Central MP after charging him for fraudulently evading tax and dealing in foreign currency without a license.
President Nana Akufo-Addo will Tuesday sign the Right to Information bill into law, fifty-six days after it was passed by Parliament.
CODEO has urged traditional rulers in the country to galvanise support for the 2019 District Level Elections (DLE) to help elect people of substance in their respective jurisdictions.
Former President John Mahama has given his assessment of the country’s security situation, describing it as poor.
Government says it will not be swayed by the positive raves it recently got from the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) that the Akufo-Addo will be re-elected in 2020.
The government is set to roll out a cashless system in its operations after a pilot of the programme at the Tourism Ministry "increased revenue by four-fold".
PNC Chairman, Bernard Mornah, has said the appointment of their party leader, Dr Edward Mahama, as an Ambassador-at-Large by the NPP government, is "killing" the PNC.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured the chiefs and people of the Savannah Region of an accelerated pace of development.
President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Sunday rounded off the tour of the Savannah Region, as part of his six-day working visit to the new regions.
The Tema Diocesan Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana has asked Ghanaians to protect the peace by rejecting vigilantism.
Law lecturer, Clara Beeri Kasser-Tee, is convinced Ghana’s chief investigator breached a major professional tenet over her public comments on the kidnapped Takoradi girls.
James Agalga has said it is dishonest for government to suggest that a permit to import a large cache of arms was granted by the previous administration.
The opposition NDC has said the conclusion by the Economist Intelligence Unit in its latest report on Ghana is untenable.
Government has said a permit for the importation of some arms into the country for which the NDC has raised concerns, was signed by the party before it left office in 2017.
A philanthropist and resident of the Mfantseman constituency of the Central Region, Mr. James Korsah-Brown has promised to take Mfantseman constituency to the international level.
President Nana Akufo-Addo’s assign on Health disclosed Thursday that, the government has cleared allowance arrears owed trainee nurses from 2018.
At the Upper West Regional Coordinating Council meeting to strategise on the threat of terrorism, only two District Chief Executives were present.
Independent presidential candidate, Jacob Osei Yeboah, has said the NDC and NPP have failed to develop the country despite alternating governments for 27 years.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has predicted re-election victory for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2020.
The Ayawaso North legislator called for broader consultations on a housing project that seeks to give a facelift to two populous suburbs in the Greater Accra Region.
The NDC is asking government to impose a ban on the importation of arms into the country.
CHRAJ has said it will file a contempt case against the National Chairman of the governing NPP Freddie Blay for failing to honour a subpoena.
Former Gender and Social Protection minister Nana Oye Lithur has confirmed she is being investigated by the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu.
From June 2020 all government payments will be done electronically, Vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has said.
Former head of the Electoral Commission (EC), Dr Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, has cautioned election observer groups to desist from finding faults during elections.
The Supreme Court has directed the Attorney-General to file her defence within three weeks, justifying the appointment of Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor.
A retired judge of the Appeals Court, Mr Justice Isaac Duose, has called on the government to deal with issues of poverty and illiteracy to end political violence in the country.
The apex court, presided over by a single judge, Mr Justice Anthony A. Benin, will, on June 27, 2019, give a ruling on the two legal actions.
President Akufo-Addo will Tuesday begin a six-day tour of the newly created Oti, North East and Savanna Regions.
Think tank, IMANI Africa, has said it is not surprising that the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has not made any prosecution since its creation.
The former Ghanaian president is demanding the EC makes full disclosure of the report of investigations into the hacking of its IT system on Election Day on December 7, 2016.
Corruption Watch and Democratic Institutions and Systems Strengthening (ADISS) have presented an assessment of the Office of the Special Prosecutor, after one year in office.
An anti-corruption crusader has blamed the slow pace of work at the Office of Special Prosecutor (OSP) on the government.
The Information Minister is among about 25 cases under investigation by the Office of Special Prosecutor, JoyNews has found.
The NDC has called for the arrest and prosecution of Kennedy Agyapong for allegedly threatening slain investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Former Ashanti region Peace Council chairman has called for the activities of people who provide bodyguard services to be streamlined as part of measures to disband party militias.
A private legal practitioner has said the decision by the National Communication Authority to shut down Lartebiokorshie-based Radio Gold lacks tack.
A private legal practitioner has claimed that the National Chairman of the NDC violated no law when he declined police invitation.
The Minority Leader has indicated he will file a motion to haul the National Communications Authority before parliament to answer questions over the shutdown of some radio stations.
Former President John Dramani Mahama was the special guest at the Distinguished Speaker Seminar at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University.
The chiefs and people of Dambai traditional area have expressed appreciation to President Akufo-Addo for the creation of the Oti Region.
The Council of Elders of the biggest opposition party has been condemned for an action that “could incite supporters.”
The Special Prosecutor has filed one case in court; 24 others are being investigated by his office which is the President’s promised solution to political graft.
No member of the National Democratic Congress including former government appointees, will henceforth assist the police in any investigation.
In Ghana, when you’re given a stone, it’s an admission that advice or warning you gave at some point which went unheeded has come to pass.
The NDC Chairman in the Upper West region has been shot dead by unidentified assailants.