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Agric minister lied that food prices are dropping – Traders

Traders in some markets in Accra have said the Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Akoto Afriyie peddled falsehood when he said food...

Mahama is a credible personality, ignore Somalia – Bombande to AU

A former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs under the Mahama administration, Mr Emmanuel Bombande, has asked the African Union to ignore the concerns raised...

COVID-19: Ghana to receive 1.3 million Pfizer vaccines from the US

The Vice President of the United States of America, Kamala Harris, has assured the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo,...

Excessive borrowing: Ghana’s economy operating like a Ponzi scheme – Dr. Kofi Amoah

Ghanaian businessman, Dr. Kofi Amoah has expressed doubt that Ghana’s economy will be able to grow exponentially, owing to the country’s excessive borrowing and...

Over $9million GNPC projects stalled – Audit report

The Auditor-General has warned the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) to take steps to secure funding to complete all of its abandoned projects so...

Eugene Arhin dragged to court for ‘adultery’; wife demands GH¢2m in settlement

Wife of Eugene Arhin, the Communications Director at the Presidency, has filed a suit at the Matrimonial Division of the Accra High Court against...

Govt Borrows GH¢21,430m For 2nd Quarter

GOVERNMENT HAS announced it plans to issue a gross amount of GH¢21,430.00 million for April to June, this year, of which GHȼ17,301.00 million will...

Financial irregularities in state institutions amounting to ¢5.46bn uncovered in 2019

GH¢5.46 billion of financial irregularities in state institutions were uncovered in the year 2019 by the Auditor General Report on Public Boards, Corporations and...

Not every speech is permitted under Ghana’s democracy – Thaddeus Sory

Lawyer of the Judicial Service of Ghana, Mr Thaddeus Sorry has justified a directive given to media house s to pull down stories that...

2022 BUDGET: COPEC backs transport unions on fuel tax reduction

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) has reiterated calls for the Government to review taxes and levies on petroleum products to give respite to...

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#FixTheCountry movement to meet police today over demo against 2022 budget

Convenors of the FixTheCountry Movement will later today, Monday, November 22, meet the Police ahead of their planned demonstration on Friday, November 26. The protest...

Construction of constituency offices for MPs to start in 2022

The construction of constituency offices for all 275 Members of Parliament is expected to start in 2022 in phases. This is contained in the 2022...

COPEC blasts government for keeping silent on rising fuel prices in 2022 budget

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), is disappointed that the government did not propose any policy in the 2022 budget statement to address the...
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