Minority Chief Whip in Parliament, Mohammed Mubarak-Muntaka, has disclosed that the Appointments Committee will on Friday, February 16, bring to the plenary recommendations to have Martin Amidu approved as Special Prosecutor.
The Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak, has said Minority legislators on the Appointments Committee only resolved to be fair to Martin Amidu before his vetting for the Special Prosecutor position.
The Ministry for Public Procurement is in the process of developing a database for contractors, consultants and suppliers who bid for government contracts, as well as develop software that will assess the performance of all such contractors.
Private legal practitioner, Ace Anan Ankomah has disclosed that he is ever ready to wine and dine with Dela Goldheart, a lady believed to be a staunch feminist who subtly disrespected him and his wife over a Facebook post he made which suggested that women are responsible for the management of the home and not their husbands.
The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) is stunned that President Akufo Addo, in his 2nd State of the Nation Address, completely ignored the true state of the Nation, which is known to every Ghanaian.
President Akufo Addo will today [Monday] assess the performance of his Ministers of State for the one year they have been in office. The President is expected to have face-to-face conversations with each of his appointees in an appraisal.
President Akufo-Addo’s nominee for Special Prosecutor, and former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has urged Ghanaians to remain calm as he faces Parliament’s appointment committee this week to be vetted for the position.
A Deputy Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has said Thursday’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) will make a strong case for the laudable economic achievements under the current government.
The President of Ghana Institution of Engineers, Ing. Mrs Carlien Bou-Chedid has confirmed that the 4th edition of Engineering Excellence Awards has been slated for Thursday, February 22, 2018.
The Forestry Commission has begun reclaiming forest reserves degraded by activities of illegal miners. Eight local firms are working on the program over 12 months in Ashanti, Eastern and Western regions.
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