A Ghanaian based in France, Mr Michael Osei-Mensah, has called for the creation of a Ministry of Foreign Lands and establishment of two subsidiary parliamentary seats for Ghanaians resident in each of the world’s continents.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ms Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, yesterday inaugurated a passport application centre in Tema as part of the ministry's quest to decentralise the application processes across the country.
Seventeen shareholders of the defunct uniBank, the Receiver of the bank, Nii Amanor Dodoo, and the Attorney-General (A-G) will appear before an arbitrator to settle whether or not the placement of the bank in receivership breached the law.
An Industrial Relations Officer, Mrs Rose Kakari-Annan, has suggested to the government to allow corporate organisations and small and medium firms to use part of pension contributions of their employees to pay their maternity leave.
The Korean Programme on International Agriculture (KOPIA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to support the council to expand its commercialisation operations.
The Founder of Mission Africa Incorporated, a non-governmental organisation based in the United States, has said that the time has come for the Church to stand behind political and traditional leaders to steer the affairs of the nation.
Two staffers of Okay FM, a member of the Despite Group of Companies, have apologized unreservedly for their comments on radio suggesting that Ace Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas was a criminal.
The Commercial Division of the High Court in Accra has directed five persons accused of causing financial loss of $4 million to the state to open their defence following the establishment of a prima facie case against them.
The National Identification Authority (NIA) has discounted claims by some of its registration officers that there are no National Identity Card Application Forms or Oath of Identity Forms at some registration centres.