Three suspected armed robbers said to have specialised in the use of motorbikes to rob residents of Accra New Town and surrounding communities in Accra were on Friday night killed by the police in a shootout.
The Alavanyo-Nkonya Peace Committee (ANPC) of North America has appealed to the chiefs and people of Nkonya and Alavanyo to exercise maximum restraint in the land conflict which has escalated, resulting in deaths on both sides.
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) says unless it sees clear written instructions from the Minister of Finance to the Controller and Accountant-General on agreements reached on two issues, it will not abandon its strike.
Poor planning, packaging, lack of money and promotion of various activities earmarked for this year's Kwahu Easter festivities, especially the paragliding sport, have been blamed for the low patronage of events on the Kwahu Ridge.
President John Dramani Mahama has assured Ghanaians that the
government is exploring all power generation mixes to ensure that when the
current load-shedding exercise is over by May, Ghana will never experience any
power deficit to warrant load-shedding.
The Police Administration has given the New Patriotic Party
(NPP) a 24-hour ultimatum to provide the vehicle with which Dr Mahamudu
Bawumia, the party’s 2012 running mate, was involved in an accident on Sunday
or face the rigours of the law.
Former Presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil and
John Agyekum Kufuor of Ghana have noted that determination and commitment to
the implementation of effective public policies are the weapons needed to win
the battle against hunger and poverty.
The Deputy Director of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR),
Mr Justice George Mills Graves, has observed that the ADR mechanism is a
reliable partner to the traditional justice delivery system and should,
therefore, be embraced and nurtured for efficient justice delivery.