The Citizen Eye Ghana (CITEG), a civil society organisation is calling on President Akufo-Addo to urgently sanction investigations into the alleged thievery of new born babies at some health facilities in the country.
Pedestrians have destroyed large portions of the wire mesh fencing erected along some highways in Accra to make it easy for them to cross the roads, instead of using the designated zebra crossings and footbridges.
Ministers in charge of planning and monitoring as well as evaluation experts of ECOWAS countries have recommended a draft policy document for more robust Monitoring and Evaluation of the impact of projects and programmes implemented in member states.
The Chairperson of the ECOWAS Council of Ministers, Ms Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has urged member countries to take immediate steps to vaccinate their citizens against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to strengthen their resilience, as efforts are made to find a solution to its spread.
Speakers at a forum at the maiden edition of International Migration Recruitment and Advisory Policy Centre (IMPRAC), have emphasised the need for governments within the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to address cross-border challenges affecting migrants.
A former Director of the Ghana School of Law (GSL), Mr Kwaku Ansa-Asare, has called for the discontinuance of the consideration and passage of the Public University Bill currently before Parliament forthwith, in the national interest.
The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) has contracted two companies to solve the low voltage and reduce the power outages experienced by an estimated 397,950 customers of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) in parts of Accra and the Eastern Region.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has abolished seven ministries in his new government. They are the Ministries of Aviation, Business Development, Inner City and Zongo Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Planning, Regional Re-organisation and Development, and Special Development Initiatives.
A new study by a team of Ghanaian economists in collaboration with the Brookings Institution has identified agro-processing and tourism as two of the sectors that could be relied on to potentially address Ghana’s worrying unemployment numbers and enhance competitiveness and productivity of small and medium-sized firms.
The Global Shea Alliance (GSA) has trained 50 Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) on labelling and standards compliance to build their capacity on the registration and export processes that go into product certification in the country.
A report — the Education Management Information System (EMIS), put together by a consortium of non-governmental organisations in education, says that about 58 per cent of basic schools — public and private do not have access to safe drinking water which is affecting effective teaching and learning.