Former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa, Mr Paul Collins Appiah Ofori, has accused state prosecutors of complacency in the prosecution of the judgement debt case involving Mr Alfred Woyome.
The controversial son of Ghana's first President, Dr. Sekou
Nkrumah, has stated that the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) lacks
the organisational ability to accelerate Ghana’s development.
A Minister of State-designate for the presidency, Mr Fifi
Fiavi Franklin Kwetey, has kicked against fuel subsidies, saying it is a drain
on the national coffers and does not benefit the poor at whom it is targeted.
The Okyehene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin has described comments by the Eastern Regional executive of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) regarding his recent visit to the Presidency as “unfortunate”.
The minister designate for the Upper West Region, Mr Bede Ziedeng,
escaped grilling on his resignation from the National Democratic Congress
(NDC), formation of a new party with renegade NDC members and his subsequent
return to the party when he appeared before the Appointments Committee of
The Supreme Court has adjourned to March 14, 2013, the case
in which Mr Bernard Mornah is challenging the new Supreme Court rule which
states that the hearing of a petition against a presidential election shall be
done on a daily basis, including public holidays.
The Member of Parliament for Tamale South and Minister of
Trade and Industry-designate, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, has called for the review of
the Standing Orders of the House to enable the sittings of all committees to be
open to the general public.
>>The Minister of Information and Media Relations, Mr Mahama
Ayariga, has asked the media to continue to play its strategic role of bridging
the information gap in the pursuit of achieving economic growth in the country.
The petitioners contesting the declaration of President
Mahama as the winner of the December 2012 polls have submitted the names and
codes of 4,709 polling stations where alleged irregularities took place.
The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National
Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Ade Coker, has cautioned Ghanaians not to
politicise possible fuel price hikes and warned that such a move could be
detrimental to the country’s economy.
The Brong Ahafo Regional Police Command has expressed its
appreciation to the President for providing it with over 70 new vehicles and
equipment which enabled it to discharge its duties efficiently before, during
and after the 2012 general election.
A statement made by the minister designate for the Greater
Accra Region, Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo, on July 12, 2012 which suggested that he
supported the use of motorbikes for commercial purposes, a practice popularly
called Okada, came back to haunt him when he appeared before the Appointment’s
Committee of Parliament Monday.