A drama titled: “Don’t Dress for Christmas” would be premiered at the National Theatre on December 23, 2014 at 1800 hours.
The First Lady, Mrs. Lordina Mahama has been enstooled, as Sompahemaa of the Nkoranza Traditional Area, with a stool title, Nana Akosua Frema Ampoma Sika I. Mrs.
The Dormaa Traditional Council has outlined activities to mark their annual Kwafie festival and 15th anniversary of Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu 11 second as the paramount chief of the area.
President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday called on Ghanaians to denounce foreign activities and cultures that are alien, detrimental and inimical to development. He said Ghanaian culture abhors disrespect to elders, which unfortunately is becoming very common in Ghanaian platforms including the media arena.
Mrs Freda Prempeh, Member of Parliament (MP) for Tano North, has called for the institutionalization of a National Annual Award for people living with disabilities.
The Manya Krobo Traditional Council has dismissed reports that the chief of the area, Nene Sakite II has sold to a private investor historic Krobo mountain near Okwenya junction (Akuse) in the Eastern Region.
Kumawu and the Manhyia Palace are set on a collision course over the installation of the Kumawuhene, a development that could prove a real test for the unity and cohesion of the Asante Confederacy.
The Dormaa Traditional Council, has banned Christmas retreats, conventions and all social gatherings in the Dormaa Central Municipality.
Nii Nuetey Amobi II, Chief of Appolonia, has observed that chieftaincy would continue to play a pivotal role in the development of the country because it embodies the aspirations and values of the people.
A three-day seminar on Gender and Land Rights Capacity Building for Paramount Queen-Mothers is underway at the African Royal Beach Hotel at Nungua in Accra.