Accra, April 16, GNA â€“ The
Supreme Court has adjourned to Wednesday April 17, hearing of the Election
Petition to allow the Electoral Commission (EC) to file its affidavit and for
the petitioners to be served.
Accra, April 16, GNA â€“ A cross
section of notable personalities from Ghanaâ€™s political divide were at the
Supreme Court on Tuesday to observe proceedings of the Election Petition
brought before the court by three leading members of the New Patriotic Party
Kasoa, April 16, GNA - Mrs Mavis
Hawa Koomson, Member of Parliament for Awutu-Senya East Constituency, on Monday
presented an ambulance worth 40,000 Ghana Cedis to the Kasoa Polyclinic, to
enhance health delivery.
Bolgatanga, April 16, GNA - Mr
Edward Ayagle, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bolgatanga, has given the
assurance that investigations could be conducted into financial scandal and
other charges levelled by people in the area against the Development Control
Pwalugu (U/E), April 16, GNA - Mr
Paul Bortierh, Upper East Regional Maintenance Manager of the Ghana Highways
Authority, has assured the public that the Pwalugu bridge on Bolga-Tamale road,
is safe for use by motorists and pedestrians.
Accra, April 16, GNA â€“
Personnel of the security services have mounted post at strategic locations at
the premises of the Supreme Court to maintain law and order as the Election
2012 Petition case formally begins today Tuesday in Accra.
Addae-Mensah, Chief Operating Officer of the bank, addressing staff, customers
and the media at a ceremony to mark the commencement of business in the new
building at Kintampo in the Brong-Ahafo Region on Monday, he said the essence
of the relocation was to enhance operations in the area.
Raymond Osei of the Department of Philosophy and Classics of the University of
Cape Coast said without legal backing it would be wrong for laboratory
assistants to reveal for instance whether voluntary blood donors have HIV or
He said with
the rising cost of crude oil, the
countryâ€™s thermal installations depended on to generate power , significant gas
resource would reduce the cost of producing electricity considerably and would
thus place the country in a stead to maximize the gains of the resource to
further its development imperatives.
which will be one of its kind in West Africa would be known as Lancaster
University Ghana and would be committed to produce graduates who have skills
and knowledge to meet Ghanaâ€™s industrial, societal and governmental needs.