WILL IT BE ONE TOUCH?

As voting ended successfully and counting continues, the question on the lips of many Ghanaians is whether the final results will give one particular candidate a first round victory to curtail the anxiety in the country.

NDC, NPP SUPPORTERS CLASH AT BORDER TOWN

One person sustained a head injury following a clash between sympathisers of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at Deme, a border town at Dzodze in the Ketu North Constituency.

POLICE ARREST AND DETAIN THREE OVER FAKE POLLS ACCREDITATION

Three people have been arrested and detained by the police in Kumasi over the printing of fake Electoral Commission (EC) accreditation cards.

EC OFFICER ARRESTED OVER ELECTORAL FRAUD IN BEKWAI

An electoral officer at the Methodist Primary School polling station at Bekwai in the Ashanti region was yesterday arrested for allegedly committing multiple electoral offences.

NO SECURITY PERSONNEL AT SOME POLLING STATIONS

It has emerged that despite assurances by security chiefs that personnel, who could not vote during the two days of special voting would be posted to polling stations where they registered, the action was not fully carried through when voting took place all over the country yesterday.

 

WHO IS WHO? TOO CLOSE TO CALL AT PRESS TIME

At the time of going to press yesterday, the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections were still being sent to the collation centres with no clear picture emerging.

18 COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM SOS CHILDREN'S PROGRAMME

Vulnerable children and families need a strong social support network that acts as a safety net to effectively and sustainably respond to the situation of children and families at risk.

GOVERNMENT URGED TO ENSURE ATTAINMENT OF TARGETS

Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) have called on the government to ensure that targets set under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on accessibility and employment, are met.

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DETERMINE DESTINY

The seven presidential candidates contesting the 2016 presidential election yesterday cast their ballot at their respective polling stations in different constituencies in the country.

CODEO SCORES ELECTORAL PROCESS HIGH MARKS

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) has scored the electoral process high marks indicating that the arrangements put in place by the Electoral Commission (EC) for setup and opening of polls were adequate for most polling stations nationwide.

NEW FINANCING MODELS NEEDED FOR BUSINESS GROWTH

The country needs to reform the existing business financing architecture to make it possible for more businesses to access formal finance, Professor Joshua Yindenaba Abor, Dean of the University of Ghana Business School has said.

EXIM BANK IS A GAP-FILLER – GCCI BOSS

President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI), Nana Appiagyei Dankawoso I, has described the Ghana Exim Bank as a "gap-filler" as it will provide funding for risk-averse areas of the economy such as agriculture where the traditional banks do not cover adequately.

CONSUMERS STILL PREFER BRANCH – BANKING – KPMG SURVEY

Branch-banking remains the most dominant channel for customers' transaction in Ghana, KPMG Ghana Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey (BICSS) has found.

 

 

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