The Minority has described as palpable falsehood news on social media which suggests that the majority of parliamentarians who recommended the ratification of the controversial Defence Corporation Agreement between Ghana and the United States of America came from among their ranks.
Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has appealed to the chiefs and people of the Sissala area to use the bravery of the youth to build and defend peace for a prosperous society and not to promote violence.
Parliament is set to question the Procurement Minister over claims Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) CEO failed to go through due process in the award of a GH¢28.8 million contract.
A security analyst with the JatiKay Center for Human Security and Peace Building, Adib Saani has stated that the seat of government, Flagstaff House, is not any better a place that guarantees the safety of the President of the Republic of Ghana than his Nima residence is.
Singapore has executed a Ghanaian man for drug smuggling, rejecting his plea for clemency. Billy Agbozo,39, was found guilty and executed last Friday (March 9), more than 4 years after his arrest.
Judges of the lower courts have served notices to withdraw their services from March 21, this year, if issues concerning their salaries and working conditions were not addressed.
The Minister for Information and Presidential spokesperson, Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid has described as completely false media reports that shop owners and traders around the private residence of President Akufo-Addo were given only a week's notice to vacate the location.
Mr John-Peter Amewu, the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, on Wednesday, received the Pan-African Enterprise and Achievers Award for being the Innovative Minister of the year 2017, in recognition for his untiring efforts to halt illegal mining.