The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama is asking residents of Fodome Ahor and its adjoining communities in the Hohoe constituency of the Volta Region not to succumb to any material inducements ahead of the 2020 polls. According to him, the community must vote on the basis of integrity on December 7, […]
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The Inspector General of Police has sounded a word of caution to political parties planning of sending their own security detail to polling centres on the election day, stressing that it will not be tolerated by his outfit.
Samuel Sakyi Duodu, Kumasi Area Manager of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), has stressed the need for effective collaboration between the private sector and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) to promote tax compliance.
The New Juaben Table Tennis Club, (NJTTC) at Eastern Region, Koforidua is set to host the first-ever table tennis competition for Peace dubbed "AFRINTO 2020"
The highly anticipated event which has been scheduled to take place at the Apenteng hall on Friday, December 4, 2020, is to promote peace and unity among Ghanaians and political parties ahead of the upcoming general polls on December, 7.
The Inspector-General of Police, James Oppong Boanuh has promoted six thousand and seventy-three (6,073) Junior Police Officers of various ranks, in accordance with provisions of the Police Service Regulation 2012 (C.
COVID-19 related school closures risk pushing an additional 72 million primary school-aged children into learning poverty—meaning that they are unable to read and understand a simple text by age 10—according to two new World Bank reports released today.
It’s in your own interest to do the right thing – Jane warns EC
Vice Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has issued a stern warning to the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) to do “the right thing” with four days to the elections. “And, EC, it is in
James Oppong-Boanuh, the Inspector General of Police, has described threats from political parties to immediately sack police officers just because there is a change of power as “brutum fulmen”, Latin, meaning, an empty threat.
Deputy Chief of Staff and New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Damongo Constituency, Samuel Abu Jinapor has said, he is more closely related and connected to leading members of the National Democratic (NDC) than the Member of Parliament (MP), Adam Mutawakilu.