The Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, Shri C. Sugandh Rajaram, has commended the Rotary Club of Obuasi for its immense contributions towards humanity and the development of communities within Obuasi and its environs.
The Bono Regional Police Command has released the body of a 48-year-old charcoal burner, Abu Bukari Bahala, who was allegedly killed and secretly buried by three police officers at Seikwa in the Tain District for re-burial in Sunyani.
A Justice of the Court of Appeal, Justice Sir Dennis Dominic Adjei, has said the new Land Act, 2020 (Act 1036), offers the country the best opportunity to deal with the myriad of challenges affecting land acquisition and administration.
The Chairman of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr Jean-Claude Kassi Brou, has proposed the establishment of a major laboratory in the sub-region that would enable member countries to produce vaccines to deal with emerging diseases and viruses.
The Bishop of the Tema Diocese of The Methodist Church Ghana, Rt. Rev. Samuel Ofori-Akyea, has called on christians to intensify their teachings on the Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender, Queer Intersex (LGBTQI+) issue as well as educate their members, especially the youth and the Sunday School children on the adverse effects of the practices of the group.
The police has been able to establish that the young man who fell from the 4th floor of the Mensah Sarbah Hall Annex "A" of the University of Ghana last week slipped when he tried to jump from one balcony to another.
Unlike previous attempts to flush out illegal miners from Ghana’s water bodies and forest reserves, the government has announced that all equipment that will be seized under a new effort to end galamsey will be destroyed on-site.
The Bolgatanga branch of the National Investment Bank (NIB) in the Upper East Region, has donated some sanitation equipment to the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly to be used for clean-up exercises in the area.
The ECOWAS Commissioner for Agriculture, Environment and Water Resources, Mr Sekou Sangare, has urged West African countries to prioritise the purchase and consumption of locally produced foods to empower local farmers to become economically viable.
The Madina District Court has sentenced a Nigerian, Derick Armstrong to four months imprisonment for falsely representing himself as a Ghanaian in an effort to register for a Ghana Card contrary to law.