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Thursday, January 18, 2018
President Nana Akufo-Addo says all statutory debt accrued under the Mahama administration has been paid. He said in his government’s bid to improve the microeconomic fundamentals, debts owed contractors and other people who have done work for the state are being paid. Speaking at a media encounter at the Flagstaff House...
Here are the stories that made the news Wednesday: 1. Bloated contract figures: Minority dares Akufo-Addo to prosecute offenders The Minority in Parliament is daring the president to prosecute persons within the previous administration he accused of bloating contract figures. At the very least, the Minority spokesperson on Finance, Cassiel...
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured that Ghanaians are safe from any terrorist attacks, although other regions on the continent are experiencing acts of terrorism. During an encounter with the media to mark his first year as president, he said Ghana is not exempt as a target but...
President Akufo-Addo says his administration is working diligently to protect the public purse by putting forth effective and efficient measures to ensure value for money in all its activities. He said this was needed as he met a “huge public debt in a country with its macroeconomic fundamentals in disarray.” The...
A Missouri family recently got a taste of internet stardom after sharing a series of hilariously bad “professional photograph” that they had paid just under $250 for. And the funniest thing is they consider it money well spent. In May of last year, Dave and Pam Zaring, of Hillsboro, Missouri,...
The law to guide the operations of the National Identification Programme and the implementation of the national ID system is inadequate, the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said. At a media encounter to mark his first year as president, he said the inadequacy of the law has resulted in...
The government says all debts owed former caterers of the Ghana School Feeding Programme totaling GHȻ285, 305,525.00 have been settled.
We all post photos of our loved ones – especially adorable children – on social media all the time without ever giving any thought to the potential legal consequences, but as this recent case in Italy proves, posting photos of other people online is not as simple as we...
Lawyers for former National Communications Authority (NCA) officials accused of causing financial loss to the state Tuesday failed in a concerted push for an adjournment of hearing arguing they did not receive relevant documents from the A-G. Moments after Justice Kyei Baffour had directed that trial commences, two lawyers were...
Some staff of the state broadcaster, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) are pointing to political victimisation as the probable cause for the Director-General’s sacking.