Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has emphasised that implementing policies that are inclusive and human-centred remain a key focus of the government of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The Minority in Parliament is calling for the removal of the Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, and the Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Prof. Kwesi Yankah over the recent brouhaha at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Information Minister-designate, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said he remains loyal to the course of the government of Ghana and the Ministry of Information and would work to ensure the ministry works, regardless of party affiliations and differences.
The Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) commends Government for instituting an Interim Management Committee and finds it unthinkable on the stance by the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG - KNUST) to make a populist rant over an issue which does not bother on the welfare of lecturers on KNUST campus.
Energy consumers should by 2023 choose their own power suppliers. This is according to the Energy Commission. The move is part of reforms being undertaken to make the power supply sub-sector more competitive.
KNUST authorities have reversed four policies after students protest against ‘a culture of oppression and disrespect’ turned violent Monday. The reversals were contained in a statement issued by the Student Representative Council and signed by Kelvin Sah who is SRC President.
The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) says prices of petroleum products are likely to be reduced in the next pricing window as a result of the appreciation for the Ghana cedi against the US dollar and decrease in the price of petroleum products on the world market.
Industry stakeholders in the petroleum market convened at the National Petroleum Authority’s head office Tuesday, to hear remarks from its Chief Executive, Alhassan Tampuli, on the state of the Authority.