More than 2,000 Ghanaians have petitioned Parliament to invite the appropriate security agencies and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection to come and answer questions on how they have managed the case involving the abduction of three Sekondi-Takoradi girls.
Seven people died on the spot when the bus on which they were travelling ran into a valley last Saturday evening at Asitey Hills, near Odumase-Krobo in the Lower Manya Krobo municipality in the Eastern Region.
Two people have been confirmed dead following a bloody clash that occurred last Friday evening between some woodworkers of Ayomso and Akrodie, farming communities in the Asunafo North Municipality of the Ahafo Region.
A Senior Social Development Officer at the Department of Social Welfare, Mr Christopher Komla, has called for close collaboration among stakeholders to clear mentally challenged people from the streets.
The poor handling of agro chemicals by some cocoa farmers is exposing them to danger and also putting the lives of people and animals in their communities at risk through the pollution of water bodies from which they drink.
The National House of Chiefs (NHC) has called on all traditional rulers to help the national security agencies to ensure peace and security in the country, following the recent kidnappings and the ethnic conflict at Chereponi in the North East Region.
Fire has destroyed assorted hair and body products at a warehouse belonging to the General Secretary of the Kasoa New Market Traders Association, Alhaji Haroun Tetteh Mensah, at Walatu, Kasoa, in the Central Region.
The Auditor General, Mr Daniel Domelevo, is calling for internal auditors to be de-linked from institutions such as the ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs), to assert their independence and to absolve them from manipulation and control.