The Auditor-General Daniel Domelevo has said government should not be solely responsible for prosecuting corrupt public office holders.
Auditor General Daniel Domelevo has cast doubt on the Special Prosecutor’s capability to deliver on his mandate.
Energy Minister, John Peter Amewu has said the Akufo-Addo led government has managed fuel prices better than the erstwhile John Mahama government would have.
The Minority in Parliament has dismissed a call for a forensic audit into accounts of BOST over the transfer of GH¢40.5 million cedis to the Presidency last year.
The Dean of Studies and Research at the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS), Dr Eric Oduro- Osae, has said Ghana’s democracy is failing.
The minority in parliament has downplayed the impact of the much-touted strong economic indicators by government, saying it has failed to translate into jobs for the people.
The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has appointed deputy national officers and directors to head various directorates of the party.
The Minority in Parliament has announced a nationwide 'outreach' to make a case for a reduction in fuel price.
Deputy Communications Minister, George Andah has said the decision to withdraw from arbitration proceedings with StarTimes was based on the advice of the Attorney-General.
The Information Minister Designate has announced that the fourth National Policy Summit will be dedicated to giving a status update on government’s flagship programs.
A former Education Minister, Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, has described the decision by the government to issue a century bond with GETFund as mortgaging Ghana’s future.
A pressure group known as the Centre for National Affairs (CNA) has explained why it has petitioned the Office of the Special Prosecutor to initiate criminal investigations into what it claims to be suspected illegal payments at the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) to the previous Mahama administration.
Executive Director of the Centre for Transformational Leadership Africa says government must show commitment towards fighting corruption if it wants to completely eradicate the menace.
An opposition MP says there was nothing irregular about the transfer of 40.5 million cedis from a government enterprise into the Office of the Chief of Staff's account.
The Supreme Court is set to hear an injunction application that seeks to compel the EC to halt all processes it has begun to create six new regions.
MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong says though he is against the methods of investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, he misses him sometimes.
The Industrial and Commercial Union says it will no longer countenance false promises by politicians to reduce fuel prices if voted into office.
A group made up of 49 CSOs working in districts across the country has condemned the turf war between the Auditor-General and Chair of the Audit service.
The Dagbon Traditional Council has vowed to use all legitimate means to stop the processes that could lead to the removal of Chereponi from the Northern region.
A founding member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and presidential hopeful, Augustus Tanoh says Ghana’s economy is in disarray.
The request comes in the wake of a call by some NDC executives for Mr Bagbin to be immortalised for his illustrious contribution to Ghana’s governance.
The Special Prosecutor has been petitioned to investigate the former BOST CEO for illegally paying ¢40m into an account of the office of the Chief of Staff.
Prof Raymond Atuguba has revealed that he withdrew his legal representation of former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba because he had reason to believe there was a deep-seated political interference in the case.
Togbe Afede XVI has urged key players in the ongoing process to create new regions to uphold the rule of law every step of the way.
Presidential aspirant of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has advised the vice president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to come clean on the true state of the Ghana cedi.
Togbe Afede IVX, has cautioned all stakeholders including government and the Electoral Commission to respect the laws of the state regarding the creation of new regions in the interest of peace and unity among all people in Ghana.
Chief Jaminja Malba Yombu does not want to be part of the Mamprusi ethnic group.
The EC is embarking on a limited voter registration exercise ahead of the December referendum for the creation of the proposed six new regions.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has performed the ceremony to mark the official start of construction works on the Elmina Heritage Bay Tourism Project.
The double-track senior high school system will not collapse Ghana’s education system as being claimed by the “professional Jeremiahs”, President Nana Akufo-Addo, has said.
Minority spokesperson for Finance has said the cedi's depreciation is a sign of the failure of a government programme to ensure food sufficiency.
Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has defended government's handling of the cedi insisting it has never been better in the last eight years.
The EC says it will go ahead with planned activities towards the creation of the proposed six regions despite two separate suits seeking to stop the process.
President Nana Akufo-Addo will from Friday embark on a 4-day working visit of the Central Region.
In a rare protest against the leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), members of a group calling itself Volunteer Media Communicators for NPP their mobile phones ablaze in Kumasi.
The Minority in Parliament has said the Foreign Ministry building should be named after the late UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, for his service to the country and humanity.
Former Deputy Foreign Affairs minister has said political parties can give true meaning to the legacy of the late Ghanaian UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, by disbanding vigilante groups.
General Secretary of the opposition NDC says he will not respond to comments made by the Central regional chairman of the party, Allotey Jacobs.
Former President John Mahama has accused President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of nepotism in the appointment of persons serving in his government.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a suit challenging the constitutionality of a referendum which will lead to the creation of six new regions.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has said he hasn’t endorsed any candidate in the upcoming NDC National Executive and Flagbearer polls.
In a country where citizens, political leaders create one million reasons to cripple successful people and stop them from becoming millionaires, one man is envisioning creating 50 millionaires in four years to underline a new dawn of Ghanaian leadership.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on the Ghana Bar Association to help entrench the rule of law in the country.
CHRAJ is set to investigate the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited BOST over allegations of conflict of interest and wrongful payment of $3million.
General Secretary of NDC says the government should expedite action on plans to disband vigilante groups including those loyal to NPP, if it has the peace of Ghana at heart.
A former Second Deputy Speaker of parliament is urging National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer aspirant John Dramani Mahama to back out of the race.
Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong, has been rocked with another GH¢25nillion suit for defamation.
The NPP Disciplinary Committee has upheld a petition against Elvis Banoemuleng Botah for misconduct, suspending him indefinitely with immediate effect.
Henry Nana Boakye, known popularly as Nana B, has stepped down as Deputy Executive Director of the National Service Scheme (NSS) in charge of operations.
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has expressed its readiness to disband its newly formed vigilante groups.
The President has been honoured by the African Leadership University in recognition of his implementation of the Free SHS policy.
A flagbearer hopeful of the opposition National Democratic Congress has faulted the Bank of Ghana’s decision to dissolve seven indigenous banks.