Claims CID apologised to Mahama men over double pay false – Gary

The Police CID did not apologise to former government appointees cited for receiving double pay, a member of the governing NPP’s communications team has said.

Investing in teachers means investing in the future – UNESCO

Ghana would observe World Teachers’ Day on October 5, on the theme; “Invest in the future, Invest in teachers”.

Referendum: 99.52 per cent supports creation of Western North region

The proposal to create a Western North region out of the Western Region, has received a massive endorsement with 99.52 per cent of the...

Revealed: Kofi Boakye supply guns to NDC criminals

The Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe ‘Abronye DC’ has alleged that the former Ashanti Regional Police Commander COP Nathan Kofi Boakye released guns seized by the police back to those criminals on ‘order from above’.

Presiding Officers in charge of polling security –IEA

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) Ghana, as part of its project for electoral reforms is calling for a rethink of the security architecture and arrangements at polling centers during voting.

Jomoro Assembly exceeds IGF for 2014

The Jomoro District Assembly in the Western Region has exceeded its Internally Generated Fund (IGF) for 2014 by over 20 per cent as at October 2014. The District Chief Executive, Mr Sylvester Daddieh, made this known at the Assembly meeting at Half Assini.

Mahama releases list of vehicles handed over to Nana Addo

The government under erstwhile President John Mahama has released a list of vehicles at the Presidency which the NPP claims President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been forced to use a 2007 model of a saloon car within Accra due to the absence of the

Relatives of deceased urged to inform EC to delete names from register

The Western Regional Director of the Electoral Commission (EC), Mr. Stephen Opoku-Mensah, on Friday appealed to relatives of deceased persons to use the exhibition of the voters’ register to inform the EC to delete names of the dead from the register.

Partisan politics hinder development – Chief Executive

Partisan politics among assembly members is the bane of development in local communities, Mr Gordon Asubonteng, Dormaa Central Municipal Chief Executive, said at the weekend.

Sub-Saharan Africa implements the most business regulatory reforms

A new World Bank report reveals that Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) had the highest number of business regulatory reforms in 2013/14 with 74 percent of the region’s economies improving their business regulatory environment for local entrepreneurs.
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