The Eastern Regional Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mark Oliver Kevor, has challenged the capacity of the Attorney General to serve as a legal representative for the Finance Minister in a petition before the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), calling for an investigation into the alleged conflict of interest in the $2.25 billion bond issue.
Paul Collins Appiah-Ofori, former MP for Asikuma Odoben Brakwa, has said for speaking out against corruption, the leadership of his party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP), in parliament connived to strip him of his frontbench MP status, relegating him to the backbench – reserved mostly for new and inexperienced legislators.
The National Operations Commander of the Vehicle Retrieval Task Force, Daasebre Kwabena Ahenkorah, has revealed that some officials who claimed to be working with the Director of Operations at the Presidency are sabotaging the team’s efforts to retrieve state cars allegedly stolen by individuals.
The controversy that erupted when Afriwave Telecom Ghana Limited was awarded a 10-year contract to build and operate an Interconnect Clearing House contract (ICH) seem to be resurfacing as industry players are calling on the National Communication Authority to with immediate effect, review the contract and if possible abrogate since “it is a needless enterprise”.
North Tongu MP Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has said that terrorists across the globe want to make this year a terror year for everybody.
Application Of $1m-Per Constituency Policy . . . No Stringent Measures; It’s Flexible! - Hawa Koomson
The Minister for Special Development Initiatives, Hon. Hawa Koomson, has been explaining why 70 percent of the $1 million dollars earmarked for each constituency will be spent on government’s priority projects.
The Prof. Kwesi Botchwey Committee that investigated reasons why the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) lost the December 2016 general elections will officially present its report to the party today.
Former first lady and founder of the National Democratic Party, Nana Konadu, was last Friday dealt a heavy blow following a ruling by an Accra High Court (Commercial Division) reinstating Caridem Development Company Limited and its directors as managers of the 31st December Women’ Movement properties.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings appears to have brought more troubles for his better half with his recent “sermon” on corruption as Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide; Abdul Malik Kweku Baako is threatening to make public “stinking’ dossier on the former first family, especially, Nana Konadu’s unethical conduct.