Defence Minister, Dominic Nitiwul, says Hannah Tetteh granted American soldiers access to Ghana’s facilities courtesy a military cooperation pact in 2015.
Vice-President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, says the Akufo-Addo government's sound economic management is "confusing some people".
As the clock ticks and the hours go by, campaigners' hope the Right To Information (RTI) Bill will be laid and passed into law is looking bleak.
Government is set to make a second attempt to lay the military cooperation agreement between Ghana and the United States in Parliament today.
A 70-year-old retired university lecturer, S.B Kangberee has successfully filed his nomination to contest the chairmanship position of the governing New Patriotic Party.
The US plans to impose $50bn in tariffs on Chinese goods and limit the country's investment activity in the US as payback for what it alleges is years of unfair intellectual property theft.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa describes as insulting a justification by the US Ambassador that the $20 million that Ghana stands to gain under the military deal is substantial.
Government has said the Minority in Parliament is being hypocritical in its stance over Ghana-US Military cooperation agreement which has become a subject of controversy.
The next National Democratic Congress government will charge Defence Minister, Dominic Nitiwul with treason if the controversial military deal is ratified.
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Ghana’s Ambassador to the U.S. Dr Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah has assured that President Akufo-Addo is keen on passing the Right To Information Bill into law.
Information Minister, Mustapha Hamid, has chastised the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) for undermining the sanctity of Parliament by leaking documents to the media.
Former Deputy Interior Minister, James Agalga, says he is not privy to the content of a 2015 US-Ghana military pact despite its implications for domestic security.
Hanna Tetteh is likely to be hauled before Parliament to answer questions about allegations she signed a military cooperation agreement granting the United States military in 2015.
The Ghana Institute of Governance and Security says it is appalled by details of a military cooperation agreement between Ghana and the United States of America.
Ex-president John Mahama says the incompetence campaign waged by the then opposition New Patriotic Party dealt a heavy blow on his government.
Information Minister, Mustapha Hamid, has chastised the opposition NDC for undermining the sanctity of Parliament by leaking documents to the media.
In the leaked audio, one of the female commissioners is heard telling a journalist why Mrs Charlotte Osei, should not continue to be in charge of affairs at the commission.
Deputy Majority Leader in Parliament, Sarah Adwoa Safo, on Tuesday, informed Parliament that a manual would soon be adopted by the House to operationalise the Code of Conduct adopted last December.
For not making the attempt to rescue the bank early enough, the government must take responsibility for the collapse of Unibank.
A former Member of Council of State, Professor Akilapka Sawyerr, has cautioned against any attempt by the government to surrender Ghana's security to the US government.
Issuance of the new National Identification Card is set to begin in April this year, the Vice President has disclosed.
Cabinet has approved a deal granting unrestricted access to a host of Ghanaian facilities and wide-ranging tax exemptions to the United States Military.
The Right To Information (RTI) Bill will be sent to Parliament this week for debate and approval.
A group of campaigners have hit the streets of Accra distributing flyers as part of campaigns pushing for the Right To Information bill to be laid before Parliament.
Former President John Rawlings has revealed that former Foreign Affairs Minister Hanna Tetteh once squeeze the hand of his wife, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, until her knuckles cracked.
Five days to go: Where is the RTI Bill?
Jerry John Rawlings says the NDC would have made a strong statement against corruption if it had found a way to "use" Martin Amidu.
An NPP MP's claim that government's cancellation of a ¢28.8m car supply contract was not forced by the opposition NDC has been challenged.
The National Chairman of the Convention Peoples Party says the party’s newly launched biometric membership Identification Cards, will help solve the party’s single digit votes syndrome at polling stations
Anti-corruption groups have been urged to go beyond throwing allegations in the public and petition relevant bodies with their evidence for conclusive investigations.
ECOWAS Commission has signed an MoU with China for the construction of a headquarters building project.
The Attorney General has said her office is not witching any member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
The Minority in Parliament is warning of dire consequences in the power sector if the government goes ahead to reduce electricity tariffs.
President Akufo-Addo dispatches government appointees across the country to inaugurate the 38 newly created district assemblies.
The Second Lady, Samira Bawumia is confident that Ghana is blazing the trail in Africa when it comes to leaders who are ensuring that public interest is the underlying principle in government decision making.
Traders and residents living around President Akufo-Addo’s Nima residence have started packing out of their structures after being asked to leave.
Government says it cannot release funds to support the John Evans Atta Mills Presidential Library in Cape Coast because the memorial and research facility is a private initiative.
The NDC in Ashanti Region has condemned the regional Chairman of the NPP for suggesting he can influence the NDC’s executive structure.
The NDC will rally behind former COCOBOD boss, Dr Samuel Opuni who is facing some charges for causing financial loss to the state.
Ashaiman Member of Parliament is demanding the scrapping of the Ministry of Procurement if the sector minister cannot answer simple questions in Parliament about issues concerning her ministry.
The Ashanti Regional Chapter of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has charged the president to focus on dealing with corruption allegations in his government and not witch-hunt political opponents.
Deputy Speaker of Parliament has courted the anger of some members of the house with his controversial shoot-to-kill advocacy against illegal miners.
Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide has described some of the criticisms about national security to evicting traders close to the Nima residence of the President as high on emotions and low on intellect.
Ibrahim Mahama has described as malicious claims that he breached security protocol at the Kotoka International Airport during the clearing of his vehicles.
The Minority in Parliament appears to have run out of patience with the government over the yet to be fulfilled one district, one factory campaign promise.
Some Organisers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are making a special request to the echelon of the party to allow Mr Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin, to go unopposed for the party’s approaching presidential primaries.
Chief of Staff has called for a united effort to accelerate the transformation of the economy - to end the dependence on foreign aid.
Mahama Ayariga has revealed he has never been in support of the plan to engage the private sector in the management of ECG, the country’s main power distributor.
Anas has revealed that he will be working hand-in-hand with the Special Prosecutor, Martin A.B.K Amidu, in fighting corruption in the country.
Former Trade and Industry Minister Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, has told the president "you cannot leave a factory that was bequeathed to you by your father to rot".