By Kobina Annan President John Dramani Mahama has asked Ghanaians not to waste time searching for political troubles and insults as that will only doom the nation to failure.Â
From Michael Sarpong Mfum, YejiÂ Boat operators and fishermen at Yeji and its environs in the Pru East District of the Brong Ahafo Region are calling on government to provide them with life jackets to save lives and properties on the Volta Lake.Â
From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi Personnel of the security services and representatives of various basic and senior high schools as well as cadet corps from some of the schools took part in a special parade here to mark Ghanaâ€™s 56th
Afari Gyan helped NPP says Osafo-Maafo By Mohammed Shardow Mr Yaw Osafo-Maafo, former Finance Minister in the Kufuor administration, has disclosed that there was no way
Ghana defender John Paintsil was released on bail on Friday evening after a neighbour accused him of assault and threatening language.
The chiefs of the Anlo State have expressed delight at governmentâ€™s proposal to establish an industrial salt estate at Keta in the Anlo Traditional Area of the Volta Region.
By Isaac Aidoo President John Dramani Mahama has warned of dire consequences for the economy of Ghana if public-sector employees persist in their demands for higher wages.
By Abigail Nkrumah An 18-year-old robbery suspect, Rasmond Laryea Khartey, charged with causing damage, unlawful entry, stealing and possessing implements, has told the police that hunger pushed him to steal.
By Abigail NkrumahÂ A 40-year-old fraudster posing as a police operations commander in a bid to defraud institutions of various sums of money has been arrested. Â The suspect, Habib Osman, was arrested at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel last Monday at about 4.00pm. According to the Accra Regional Police Commander, COP Patrick Timbillah, Habib, with a fake police identity card and fake letterheads of the Police Service, posed as Commander Boamah Arhin and went round various institutions soliciting funds for presumed family members of police officers who lost their lives in the process of fighting armed robbery in the Greater Accra Region. A search conducted on him also revealed a fake identity card of the Food and Drugs Board bearing the name Seidu Mohammed and an identity card of the editor of Accra Mail newspaper, bearing the name Godwin Bediako.Â An amount of GHÂ¢1,000, donated by the management of La Palm Royal Hotel, was found on him.Â Habib is believed to be unemployed. He is married with two children and resides in the neighbourhood of Tisane Police Station in Accra.Â He is in police custody to be arraigned soon. The police have asked any institution which has fallen victim to Habib to report at the police station to assist in investigations. Pix: Habib Osman. Inset, his fake IDs
From David Owusu-Antwi, Dormaa AhenkroÂ A 44-year-old farmer of Krakrom, Gee Tan Lobi, feared by the town's inhabitants for his powerful juju powers which he uses to woo people's wives, has been arraigned for stabbing to death the husband of his latest catch.Â
A Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Dr Alidu Seidu has described the New Patriotic Party (NPP) as a political entity currently stuck "between a rock and a hard placeâ€ due to its decision to boycott all government businesses
PresidentÂ Â JohnÂ Â Dramani Mahama will deliver the State of the Nation Address in Parliament on February 21.
By Gloria Kyeremeh The Supreme Court will on March 14 hear the petition of the General Secretary of the Peopleâ€™s National Convention (PNC), Mr Bernard Anbataayela Mornah, challenging the new Supreme Court rule which states that the hearing of a petition
From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi The Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) is crumbling under the immense pressure it is currently enduring, says its public relations officer, Kwame Frimpong.
Top crimes in Accra By Henrietta Brocke Assault and stealing topped the over 80,000 reported criminal cases recorded in the Accra Region of the Ghana Police Service last year.
To generate funds internally By Isaac Aidoo Governments in Ghana lack the will and commitment to generate revenue internally, especially from the informal sector, because they are lazy, business and financial analyst Mr Sydney Casely-Hayford has said.
Â By Isaac Aidoo A guardian in an alleged defilement case is now in the dock charged on two counts for possessing false documents and
By Gloria Kyeremeh Two Police officers have been sentenced to 60 yearsâ€™ imprisonment for robbery by an Accra Circuit Court.
By Mohammed Shardow Mr Ernest Kofi Owusu-Bempah, the communications director of the National Democratic Party and self-described aide to the NDPâ€™s leader, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, has made his boss very angry and will no longer be allowed to claim to
By Gloria Kyeremeh Six persons who were remanded by the Abeka AMA Magistrate Court for their alleged involvement in the reproduction and distribution of audio works without authority and contrary to the copyright law were on Friday granted bail by the court.