Barring any last minute change of mind, President John Dramani Mahama is expected in the coming days to breathe more life in his “Green Letter” with the elevation of Chief of Staff, Mr. Prosper Douglas Kweku Bani, as senior presidential advisor to replace deceased Paul Victor Obeng.
A Ghanaian policy think tank, Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), has proposed that the country caps its parliamentary seats at 400.
The world’s second largest cocoa-producer currently has 275 seats in Parliament.
The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) has tendered in evidence at the ongoing Commission of Enquiry investigating the payment of judgement debts, more payment certificates issued to Messrs Construction Pioneers (CP) for the construction of roads in the country.
The European Union (EU) has put a temporary ban on exports of vegetables from Ghana to their region.
The ban was put in place after EU authorities identified some vegetables from Ghana that did not meet their quality standards.
In view of the landmark ruling by the Supreme Court ordering businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome to refund GH¢51.28 judgment debt to the state and the attendant skewed political spin being put on the ruling of the court to score cheap political points, the DAILY HERITAGE reproduces a letter written
Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC), Mawuena Trebah says stringent measures governing the granting of tax exemptions makes it impossible for the relief to be enjoyed by underserving companies.
The Executive Director of Ghana Integrity Initiative, Vitus Azeem, says former Attorney General Martin Amidu has been vindicated by the Supreme Court ruling on the judgement debt case involving businessman Woyome.