The Daily Graphic recalls that in January 2004, some residents of the Volta River Authority (VRA) resettlement communities served notice that they would stop paying electricity bills until the VRA fulfilled its obligation of paying compensation to the affected communities.
We have had to return to the issue of peace because barely 48 hours after President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo had admonished Konkombas and Chokosis in the Chereponi District in the North East Region to give peace a chance, fighting again broke out between the two groups over a piece of land.
Seaports constitute an important economic activity in coastal areas. Ports are also important to support economic activities in the hinterland, since they act as a crucial connection between sea and land transport. Also, as a supplier of jobs, ports do serve both economic and social functions.
For so many years now, the Kantanka Group of Companies, established by the Founder and Leader of the Kristo Asafo Mission of Ghana, Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, has been at the forefront of innovations that have proved the ability of local expertise to respond to local needs.
Yesterday, at the national celebration of May Day that was climaxed at the Black Star Square after a procession by organised labour through some principal streets of Accra, labour unions asked for a review of the labour laws.
Today is May Day, also called International Workers Day, a day set aside by many around the world to celebrate and recognise workers for their immense role in ensuring sustainable development across countries.
Citizens have time and again expressed their disappointment in the inability of law enforcement agencies and people put in positions of trust to enforce the very laws that we have all agreed to enact to regulate our activities as a country.
Kidnapping can result in very serious negative psychological effects for both the victim and the family. The depression, anxiety and experiences they go through result in psychiatric ailments such as post-traumatic stress disorders which may last a lifetime.
King David of Bible times is recorded in Psalm 133:1 as saying: “how good and pleasant it is when God's people live together in unity!” Indeed, peace is so essential for us and those we live with that the Bible mentions the word 429 times in the King James version.