President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has emphasised the importance of strengthening the institutional capacity of Ghana's electoral body to deliver on the verdict of the people through a free, fair and transparent electoral process.
The Seventeenth African Traditional Medicine day was observed in Ghana on the 3rdSeptember 2019. The theme for the commemoration day focused on: "Integrating traditional Medicine in Health Sciences curricula in universities in the African Region" as part of mechanisms to integrate African Traditional Medicine in the national health system to achieve Universal Health Coverage. The 20th anniversary of traditional medicine week celebration in Ghana was also launched.
Accra High Court Commercial Division has ordered the sale of the properties of Industrial Aggregates Limited and two others; Abdul Kareem Abu, and Samira Ibrahim Abu, for defaulting in the payment of a US$3,251,559.17 loan secured from the Bank of Africa (Ghana) Limited (Plaintiff),
The Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), in the past week, has received a total of 22 deportees from Saudi Arabia on board Ethiopian Airlines flight.
FRANCESS Barnard, Esther Marie Samura, the two female sports journalists from Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) and Alimmamy Kamara, a freelance reporter were assaulted, manhandled and abused by the close protection bodyguards of President Julius Maada Bio.
The Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOSAG) has served notice of a nationwide strike if the credit and data on the Transfer of Temporary Pensions Fund Account (TPFA) funds was not released to their Fund Manager.
Sunyani -Former Editor of the Ghanaian Times, Ms Ajoa Yeboah-Afari, has called on traditional authorities of the three regions- Bono, Bono East and Ahafo to take advantage of educational opportunities currently under the free Senior High School Policy, to educate and empower their people.
The involvement of more women in the governance structures of the country will help reduce corruption and ensure sustainable national development, the Dean of Studies and Research, Institute of Local Government Studies, Mr Frederick Agyarko Oduro, has observed.