MAHAMA GRABS PISTOL
President John Dramani Mahama appears to be jittery about his personal safety, in spite of the heavy security detail he has at his disposal 24 hours a day as he has requested for a pistol to protect himself.
SADA ROT SHOCKS MPS
Members of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament were yesterday astonished at revelations of serious infractions reported by the Auditor-General on the Savannah Accelerated Develompment Authority (SADA).
POLICE PARADE TEACHERS ATTACKERS
The Nima Divisional police yesterday organized an identification parade on 17 people believed to have taken part in the attack on some teachers at the St. John's Primary 1 & 2 School at Accra New Town.
IGNORE SKEPTICS – NANA
The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has urged Ghanaians not to pay heed to the skeptics who have always made it a point to bastardize policies and programmes announced by him.
N-GAS SHUTS DOWN SUPPLY OVER $166.3 MILLION DEBT
N-Gas, the main supplier of gas to Ghana's Volta River Authority (VRA), through the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP), has shut down supply due to indebtedness of over $166.3 million.
SADA EXONERATES ACI CONSTRUCTION OVER AFFORESTATION PROJECT
Chief Executive of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), Charles Abugri has told Parliament's Public Accounts Committee that reports suggesting that trees were not planted in the infamous afforestation project are untrue.
GOVT TO ISSUE 5-YR GHC500M BOND THURSDAY
Ghana will issue a five-year GHC500m domestic bond this week as it seeks cheaper sources of funding to support its budget and restructure debt.
IGP RECEIVES DOCTORATE DEGREE
Ghana's Inspector General of Police (IGP), John Kudalor has been awarded a Doctorate Degree in Psychology and Christian Counselling by the Dayspring Theological University in Dallas, USA.
SURCHARGE FORMER SADA CEO FOR WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE OF GHC186,372 ON TURKISH TRIP – PAC
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament yesterday directed the management of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) to surcharge the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the authority, Mr Gilbert Seidu Iddi, for a wasteful expenditure of GHC186,372 on a trip to Turkey in 2012.
LEAD CAMPAIGN FOR SOLUTIONS; FLOATING VOTERS ASKED
Floating voters must lead a campaign to demand from political leaders workable solutions to the perennial floods in Accra, as the 2016 electioneering season heats up, the President of the Full Gospel Church International (FGCI), Bishop Samuel Noi Mensah, is advocating.