Mr Kofi Safo Akyea, the Corporate Executive in Residence (CEiR), University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), has suggested the need for banks to conduct extensive research to curb challenges facing the banking sector.
Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1), Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the troubled gold dealership company, Menzgold, will make his third court appearance in Dubai on Thursday, February 14, where he is facing a misdemeanour charge over a US$23 million deal, gone bad.
Bolgatanga -The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has called on stakeholders to prioritise public safety when awarding permits for the establishment of structures in order to prevent huge losses from fire outbreak.
Winneba -Authorities at the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) have presented some items to three institutions located within the Effutu Municipal area to enhance activities within the beneficiary institutions.
Takoradi -The Takoradi District Court yesterday ordered Samuel Udoetuk Wills, 28-year-old Nigerian, suspect in the Takoradi kidnappings, a week, to produce one Kwesi to help him (accused) build his case.
An Accra circuit court yesterday ordered the head of national security at the Presidency to provide information on Ismael Ali, an alleged self-styled national security officer, who is charged with fraud.
The Police have commenced investigations into the allegations by the wife of the late Member of Parliament (MP) for Abuakwa North, J.B Danquah, that the investigator in charge of the case was sexually harassing her.
Begoro -A renewed clash between farmers and Fulani herdsmen in Ahomahomaso near Begoro in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region, has resulted in the killing of a cattle and destruction of properties belonging to the herdsmen, last Friday.
He is the very few coaches who have handled almost all the top notch clubs in the Ghana Premier League. His coaching started at Sekondi XI Wise in 2009. His big move came almost immediately as he was signed on as the head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak in 2012.
New York -Three bullets, fired at close range by two assassins on a black and blue Boxer motorbike on January 16, 2019, killed investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale Divela, according to Sammy Darko, a lawyer working on Divela's case.