FORD EXPEDITION GIFT BROUHAHA…ALLEGATION BASELESS – PRESIDENT MAHAMA

President John Dramani Mahama has dared anyone with evidence of corruption against him to invoke the Constitution of the Republic to take him on.

NPP CALLS FOR NON-PARTISAN PROBE

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has called for a non-partisan probe into the Ford Expedition car gift made to President John Mahama and the manner certain contracts were awarded to the Burkinabe who gave out the gift.

DR MAHAMA PLEDGES RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP

A responsible leadership that will bear the consequence of any pitfalls in governance is Dr Edward Nasigre Mahama's pledge to Ghanaians.

FUEL DEALER KILLED BY ARMED ROBBERS

A wayside fuel dealer was in the early hours of yesterday shot dead by three suspected armed robbers close to where he operated his fuel station at Kotwi-Nkoransa, near Kumasi.

 

GDP JUMPS BY 4.9% IN Q1

The Ghanaian economy grew at an annualized rate of 4.9 percent in the first three months of this year in spite of a slow pace in consumer spending and wobbly financial markets.

BULK CASHEW EXPORTERS THROW PROCESSORS OUT OF OPERATION

Despite Ghana's cashew processors having a combined capability of 60,000 metric tonnes, agri-processors suffer from a deficit of raw inputs, leaving only two of Ghana's twelve cashew nut processors in operation as of May 2016 – or in some cases, completely idle.

DVLA TARGETS CAPITAL MARKET178,080 ON RENT

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) wants to raise funds from the capital market to finance its ambitious expansion plans to better serve Ghanaians.

STLF SPENDS US$

Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF), the institution responsible for disbursing loans to needy students in various tertiary institutions, spent US$178,080 as a two-year rent advance in June 2011, the 2014 Auditor's General's report has revealed.

 

NPP DEMANDS PROBE

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) says it si more than convinced that the relationship between Burkinabe contractor, Djibril Kanazoe and President John Mahama, coupled with the gift of the Ford Expedition vehicle to the president, influenced the sudden winning of contracts in Ghana by the Burkinabe

MAHAMA BREAKS SILENCE ON CAR GIFT

President John Dramani Mahama has condemned his critics who are accusing him of being corrupt, and has asked them to deal with him if they think he is corrupt.

EC BOSS DODGES MPS

The image of teh Electoral Commission (EC) was further dented when officials of the commission, including the two deputy commissioners in charge of operations and corporate services, were asked to leave the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing for not adequately preparing to answer queries raised in the Auditor General's report of 2013.

SUBMIT GITMO 2 DEAL

The Supreme Court yesterday orderedthe Attorney General (AG) to produce the agreement signed between the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government and the United States of America to bring to Ghana the two hardcore terrorists that were held at Guantanamo Bay.

 

EC CHAIR, RAMADAN FACEOFF OVER VOTER REGISTER RULING

The controversy surrounding the proper interpretation of the seven-member Supreme Court panel's judgment on deletion of names of National Health Insurance (NHIS) card registrants from the Voters Register will be settled in court today.

NO FORMAL DEAL WITH USA ON GITMO 2

It has emerged at the Supreme Court that there was no formal agreement signed between the Government of Ghana and the United States of Americaa, prior to admitting the two Guantanamo Bay ex-detainees into the country.

GDP GROWS AT 4.9%

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which measures the total value of final goods and services produced in the country during a given period, for the first quarter of 2016 has recorded a 4.9 percent growth compared to the 4.5 percent recorded for the first quarter of 2015.

GHANAIANS ARE SUFFERING – RAWLINGS

Former President John Rawlings has said that there is too much hardship in Ghana.

I LOVE HOMOSEXUALS – MAHAMA

The flagbearer of the People's National Convention (PNC), Dr Edward Mahama, has stated that he will not discriminate against homosexuals if elected as President.

 

MISS GHANA  BRAND IS DEAD – STEPHANIE KARIKARI

Former Miss Ghana Stephanie Karikari, has given a damning verdict on the nation's premier beauty pageant, describing it as "a dead brand" that needs to take a break and return after about three years better packaged and more attractive.

DEPUTY TOURISM MINISTER INSPIRES YOUTH

A poetry presentation entitled The Africa I Want written and performed by Ms Dzifa Gomashie, Deputy Minister of Culture and Creative Arts at a youth, culture and sports programme in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is to be translated into four languages that are used by the African Union.

 

NPP CALLS FOR A BI-PARTISAN PROBE

The main opposition New Patriotic Party has added its voice to the calls for investigation into the decision by President John Dramani Mahama to take a so-called car gift from a contractor who was doing business with the country.

TOO MUCH HARDSHIP IN GHANA NOW!

Former President John Rawlings has lamented that there is too much hardship in Ghana at the moment, under the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government.

CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS AGITATE AGAINST MOVES TO MINE IN TANO OFFIN FOREST RESERVE

Two civil society organizations, Forest Watch Ghana and KASSA initiative, have expressed worry over possible gold exploration activities which could soon take off soon in the Tano Offin Forest Reserve in the Ashanti Region.

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