Nana Agyei Ampofo, the immediate past Chairman of the Lands Commission, has said former President John Agyekum Kufuor did not err in approving compensation for the various communities whose lands were inundated by floods following the construction of the Akosombo Hydro-Electric Dam in the 1960s.
The Secondi High Court Friday morning dismissed a case brought by five Members of Parliament (MPs), which prayed the court to remove a restriction government imposed on further expansion of oil and gas facilities at the Takoradi Port.
Employment and Labour Relations Minister Haruna Iddrisu has assured all public sector workers that their tier-two pension funds are in good hands and have not been used for any purpose.
“The money is intact, safe and secure”, Iddrisu told journalists at a forum Friday.
A group calling itself Coalition of Unpaid Nurses is threatening to sue government over unpaid salaries
The group insists they have not received their salaries for the past 15 months. The group made up of over 1000 nurses say the situation has brought untold hardship on them.
As part of his 4 day United Kingdom tour, President John Dramani Mahama has chastised doom bearers of the Ghanaian economy who forecasted the cedi dropping to as low as Ghc10 to $1, stressing that those seeking the downfall of the state ought to bear in mind that they would not be spared the hard
There is uneasy calm in Kpalwega, a suburb of Bawku in the Upper East region after a shooting incident in the area left one dead on Wednesday night.
Police in the area say their investigations have revealed that the attack was not related to an ethnic conflict.
Head of Political Science Department of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Prof. Richard Amoako Baah has professed that "if Nana Akufo-Addo wins 2016 elections, he is going to inherit a country which is bankrupt." Prof Baah said Nana Akufo-Addo’s choice of Dr.