Mr James E.K.
Dadson, President of Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIS), said delay in
passing the two bills into Acts of Parliament is detrimental to land management
within the public and customary sectors.
In a statement
issued in Tamale on Thursday by Baba Musah, Public Affairs Officer of the body
said: â€œWe wish to state unequivocally that President John Dramani Mahama has
more than what it takes to deal with corruption canker in the country and as
such; he has demonstrated beyond any reasonable doubt the commitment of his
government in the fight against corruption vigorously.â€
The media, she
said had shifted from its core mandate as the voice of the voiceless to become
so partisan that there is the need now for stakeholders in the industry to
engage their attention to reverse the trend.
100, the supporters including women and made up of polling station and
constituency executives and electoral area officers, were at the partyâ€™s
regional office to demand for forms to
contest the partyâ€™s constituency and polling stations elections slated for
November 16 to November 25.
said statistics for the country from January to September this year stood at
10,558 cases of road accidents and that between January 2000 and December 2010,
20,503 people died on the roads in the country while 63,384 were reported
The Legislators contend that the
marked rise in early school dropouts, particularly at the basic and Junior High
School (JHS) levels in rural and peri-urban communities in Ghana could in the
long term deepen the cycle of indigence.
The Queen-Mother of Ampenin, Nana
Eduaful I, 46, Miss Beatrice Essuman, 17, daughter of the latter and James
Thompson, alias Ekow Fred, are in the grips of the Sekondi police assisting in
Asihene, who denied the charge, is
accused of destroying Hinge and sliding doors valued at GHÂ¢3,150.00 belonging
to Madam Frances Ewurabena Aseam, 2012 parliamentary aspirant of the NPP in the