The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has destooled the Omanhene of Akrodie in the Brong Ahafo Region, Daasebre Yiadom Boakye Asiamah, after a bitter 18-year chieftaincy dispute that kept the Omanhene, who is also a minister of the Gospel, out of the area for all that period.
After five long years of litigation over the sale of Ghana Telecom (GT) to Vodafone International BV of the UK, the Commercial Division of the High Court has concluded its evidence — gathering for onward submission to the Supreme Court for interpretation.
MS Rita Odoley Sowah, the newly appointed Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the La-Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly (LaDMA) in Accra, has assured her municipality of rapid development and improved living conditions of the people.
The failure of the Police Administration to respond to queries from the Attorney-General’s (A-G’s) Department on acts of brutality and molestation committed by some policemen and women has resulted in the state paying huge judgement debts.
IGMG Social Relief Organisation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Turkey, last Tuesday donated 700 bags of assorted food items to the Ahlussunna Wal-Jama’a, an Islamic sect in the country.
The National Catholic Secretariat (NCS) says it disagrees with the government’s white paper on the recommendations of the Constitution Review Commission (CRC) which directed that the right to health be expressed under the chapter of the Constitution dealing with the Directive Principle of State Policy.
The Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Haruna Idrissu, has said the government may in future consider taking measures to discourage the importation of flour into the country in order to reinforce local production.
The acting Chief Director of the Ministry of Justice, Mr Suleiman Ahmed, yesterday told the Financial Division of the High Court sitting in Accra that the first tranche of GH¢17million paid to Alfred Woyome was as a result of a judgement of the High Court.
“I have been raped 12 times since I moved from Walewale in the Northern Region to work as a Kayayo,” Mama Kodinu said, tears running down her cheeks as she spoke. As a head porter earning her keep at the Kasoa old market in the Central Region, Kodinu’s tales of pain and agony are heavier than the loads she carries for her daily butter and bread.
Bamboo is good for producing bags, purses and construction of mud houses. But have you ever ridden a bamboo bike? A young entrepreneur in Ghana is making a business out of it and creating job opportunities for the youth.
Scores of property owners affected by the Nsawam-Suhum and the Madina-Adentan road projects have given the government a one-week ultimatum to pay the compensation due them or risk a blockade of the two major roads connecting Accra to other parts of the country.