Monrovia -Kofi Annan, the former secretary general of the United Nations died Saturday at the age of 80, leaving an indelible mark on the world as the only black African to ascend at the top of the world body.
Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo, in an unprecedented move this week announced the dismissal of his energy minister, Boakye Agyarko due to proposals for a renegotiation of a $510 million private power deal with Africa Middle East Resources Investment Ltd.
Monrovia -The ECOWAS National Office at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning in partnership with the ECOWAS Volunteers program on Monday, February 19, 2018 inducted twenty volunteers from Ghana, Benin, Sierra Leone and Nigeria at a welcoming and induction ceremony in the Cecil Dennis Hall at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Monrovia -Nicholas Duncan Williams, Archbishop of the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) in Accra, Ghana says Liberia's Vice President-elect Jewel Howard Taylor endured intimidation as First Lady of Liberia, adding that the international community misinterpreted her situation.
Monrovia -FrontPageAfrica has reliably learnt that Ghanaian Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori Atta is in the country as an emissary of West African regional leaders looking to broker some kind of peace pipe between the departing President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and her vice president Joseph Boakai, he ruling Unity Party's candidate in this year's presidential elections.
Accra -The Charge d'Affaires and Head of the Liberian Mission in Ghana, newly appointed ambassador of Liberia to Sierra Leone, Musu Ruhle and her entourage paid a courtesy visit to the headquarters of the Liberian Students Association Ghana (LISA-GH) in Buduburam with the intent of taking a pictorial view of their mini-library.
Monrovia -A Ghanaian delegation is currently in Liberia to hold discussion with the Government of Liberia and other actors in the timber and forestry sectors regarding the possibility of Liberia exporting timber to Ghana.
Monrovia -Delegates from the ECOWAS Parliament Joint Committee on Health and Social Service, Trade, Customs and Free Movement are in Liberia attending a week-long meeting to discuss ECOWAS policy on the fight against Counterfeit Medical Products and expired Products and how Parliamentarians can contribute toward implementing and improving the policy.
Accra -The Liberian Students Association-Ghana (LISA-GH) is calling on the Ministry of Justice for the speedy trial of the Presidentof the Liberia National Student Union (LINSU) Varney Jersey who has been incarcerated at the Monrovia Central Prison since November, 2016 on rape charge.
Monrovia -The President of the Republic of Liberia and Chairperson of ECOWAS Head of Authority, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has congratulated the Government and People of Ghana, for the successful conduct of the recent Presidential and General Elections under the astute leadership of President John Dramani Mahama.
EMBODYING THE SPIRIT of a true African statesman a\' la Nelson Mandela of South Africa and Kenneth Kaunda, Ghanaian outgoing President, John Dramani Mahama, phoned in his rival, president-elect, Nana Ado Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and offered him congratulations following an intensive campaign to win the hearts and minds of the Ghanaian people and his (Addo\'s) subsequent win as President elect of Ghana.
Monrovia -Ghanaian President and the ECOWAS current Chairman John Dramani Mahama will pay an official visit to Liberia on Monday, September 15, 2014. While in Liberia, the Ghanaian leader will make a donation of assorted food items to aid Liberia's fight against the deadly Ebola virus.
Accra -Two close calls in the past weeks helped spur a series of reports linking Liberia with suspected spread of the Ebola virus in neighboring Ghana, currently embroiled in a mini-epidemic of its own, a cholera outbreak. To date, Ghana has tested about 45 suspected Ebola cases, but all of them, have proved negative.
Scores of Liberians still residing at the Buduburum Camp, 44 kilometers west of Accra, Ghana in Accra, woke up Saturday morning to the stark reality of losing their makeshift homes in the refugee community they had come to call home since the dog days of the civil war in Liberia.