The West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP-Ghana) has called on stakeholders in the election petition to refrain from statements that will incite their supporters to violence when the Supreme Court pronounces its ruling.
The Tema fishing harbour canoe beach has, since Monday, livened up as most of the fishermen returned from their fishing expedition with various species of fish, dominated by anchovies, which indicated visible signs of a bumper harvest.
The Planning Committee of the first anniversary of the passing away of President John Atta Mills, has announced guidelines for the wreath-laying ceremony in his memory at the Asomdwee Park, Accra today.
Ninety people comprising lawyers, members of the legal aid board and other individuals in the Brong Ahafo Region are attending a five-day training programme on arbitration in alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Over 2,000 cocoa, coffee and shea-nut growing communities, which are not hooked to the national grid in the country, are to benefit from solar street lights to improve the overall livelihood of farmers.
The Inspector General of Police, (IGP), Mr Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan has given firm assurances for the public not to entertain fears of violence in the wake of the Supreme Court’s verdict on the election petition challenging the outcome of the 2012 presidential elections.
Not every student who wrote the 2013 West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in 2013 will get admission to the university, Deputy Minister for Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has said.
The Executive Director of the Gender Studies and Human Rights Documentation Centre (GSHRDC), Ms Dorcas Coker-Appiah, has called on state agencies, departments, private organisations and enterprises to work towards removing social and cultural barriers militating against the progress of women.
The acting Chief Director of the Attorney-General and Ministry of Justice, Mr Suleiman Ahmed, has confirmed to the Financial Division of the High Court sitting in Accra that the office of the late President J.E.A. Mills and the former Chief of Staff, Mr Victor Martey Newman, had been aware of the payment of judgement debt to businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome.