Ms Jacqueline Avotri, the Counsel for the Economic and Organised Crime Office, (EOCO) has said the second freezing of the accounts of Dr Stephen Opuni, the former COCOBOD, Chief Executive standing trial was to keep the funds safe.
As the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) steadily re-organises in preparation for the election of a Flagbearer for the 2020 election, it has been reminded from within that politics is about numbers.
Ghana now has the most advanced electronic payments system on the African continent, following the launch last week of the Mobile Money Payment Interoperability System, and this will allow for greater financial inclusion, the Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has declared.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has observed that one of the greatest enemies of corruption is technology and said government would embrace opportunities in the technological arena to improve the payment system and enhance the delivery of public services.
Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in partnership with Narcotics Control Board and Pharmacy Council on Tuesday engaged stakeholders in a six-hour forum on combating Tramadol abuse and illicit drugs in Upper West Regional capital, Wa.
Ghanaians will remember in 2014 that the government, in it’s bid to enhance its oversight and revenue generation activities in the telecommunications sector, contracted Subah Infosolutions Ltd to build and operate a platform for monitoring caller data records (CDR).
The Energy Ministry has inaugurated the Licensing Bid Evaluation and Negotiation Committee to oversee and superintend the open competitive bidding process of Ghana’s oil blocs to exploration companies.
The chiefs and people of Barekuma, a cocoa farming community in the Atwima Nwabiagya North district of the Ashanti region are appealing to the District Assembly and the Member of Parliament for the area to construct their collapsed bridge on River Offin, which links them to other communities as hundreds of cocoa bags remain locked out.