A former Volta Regional Minister, Joseph Amenowode, has called for the training of regional ministers, metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives (MMDCEs) on security issues before they are made to lead the various security councils.
The running mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 general election, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku- Agyemang, has donated assorted food items and beverages to some Muslim and Ahmadiya communities in the country.
The Fixing The Country Movement has questioned why former President John Dramani Mahama will consider himself an alternative to addressing challenges facing Ghana following what the group says was an uninspiring leadership when he had the opportunity to govern.
The constituency elections of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) came off peacefully in the Upper West Region where 10 of the incumbent chairmen out of the 11 constituencies lost their positions after the elections last Saturday.
The government has welcomed the 2022 Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders in which Ghana has significantly dropped from 30 to 60 in the global ranking and stated that the report will serve as a baseline for which the government will work in collaboration with the National Media Commission (NMC) to help deepen the execution of a Coordinated Mechanism on the safety of journalists in Ghana.
The Young Democrat Union of Africa (YDUA) has conferred the Africa Peace Award on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for his enormous contributions to the growth and sustenance of peace and freedoms not just in Ghana but the West African sub-region and Africa as a whole.
The electronic transfer levy (E-Levy) is in force, but the legal battle surrounding its legality has just begun, as the Supreme Court will, today, hear an injunction application seeking to halt the implementation of the levy.
Former President John Dramani Mahama has stated that the next National Democratic Congress (NDC) will repeal the Electronic Transactions Act, describing it as a regressive tax, which imposed hardships on Ghanaians.
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