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Alan Kyeremanten loses sister to La gas explosion

January 12, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

Sister of Trade Minister nominee Alan Kyeremanten, Bridget Darko, has passed away. Bridget Darko died from injuries from the recent La Gas explosion. Her shop was located near the area the gas explosion occurred and she sustained her injuries when the fire resulting from the explosion extended to her shop. Over ten other persons were […]

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MPs push for Amidu’s invitation following corruption claims

January 12, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

Former Attorney-General, Martin Amidu, may be dragged before the Privileges Committee of Parliament to answer questions about his claim that the 5th and 6th parliaments were corrupt. Legislators who feel the allegations cast a slight on their integrity have been pushing for the outspoken anti-corruption crusader to be invited to provide evidence of his assertion. […]

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Railways ministry needless – Franklin Cudjoe

January 12, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

President of policy think tank IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, believes government’s realignment of some ministries which has led to the introduction of a Ministry for Railways Development is misplaced. Mr. Cudjoe argued that, the engagement of prospective private sector beneficiaries of enhanced railway services would be a more prudent move towards developing infrastructure for railway […]

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I partly agree with Amidu’s assessment of Parliament – Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu

January 12, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Majority Leader in Parliament, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu has indicated he partly agrees with Mr Martin Amidu’s assessment of the fifth and sixth Parliaments of the Fourth Republic especially on the issue of due diligence on loan agreements. However, on the allegations of bribe taking, he said he could not vouch for members and would […]

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Akufo-Addo gives reasons for 6 new ministries

January 12, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has explained why new ministerial portfolios have been created under his administration. The President has so far nominated 25 people to man various ministerial portfolios, out of which six are new creations. The Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing has been split into two as Sanitation and Water Resources, […]

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Akufo Addo’s challenge could be Ghana’s huge debt – Henry Kokofu

January 11, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Bantama Constituency, Henry Kwabena Kokofu, has indicated that if President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has any thought upon assuming office, it will be centered on how to clear the ‘huge’ debt incurred by the Mahama led administration. Apart from that, he is sure the President is focused and […]

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7th Parliament gets Pastor-Legislator aged 30

January 11, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Member of Parliament for Assin South Rev. John Ntim Fordjour says President Nana Akufo-Addo and Speaker Prof Mike Ocquaye will undoubtedly change perceptions people have about politics and politicians in Ghana. On a continent where political leaders are deemed to be corrupt, with some of them reportedly dabbling in black magic (juju), the young […]

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Government urged to secure helicopters for firefighting

January 11, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Deputy Volta Region Communication Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has proposed the delivery of helicopters to all ten regions of Ghana to aid firefighting. Enoch Amegbletor says this will help facilitate efforts to save lives and properties during fire incidents. He said helicopters will prove more efficient than fire tenders that usually […]

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Don’t attend Paris conference – Akufo-Addo warned

January 11, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

Messenger of The Lord-Truth, Peter Ocloo, has cautioned Ghana’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, not to attend the up-coming United Nations Middle East Peace Conference in Paris, France. In his words, Mr. Ocloo stated that “the event which is scheduled to take off on Sunday, January 15, 2017 in Paris is an evil one, and […]

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No immediate hikes in utility and fuel prices – Ken Ofori Atta

January 11, 2017, Author: Deborah Acquah

Consumers are to experience an immediate halt in the increase of utility and fuel prices in the short to medium term in what will be one of the first decisions embarked on by Minister of Finance nominee Ken Ofori Atta. Prices of some petroleum products last week went up by 11 percent for the first […]

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