• ECG bought prepaid meters, conductors valued at GH¢59 million • The meters according to an audit report have not been used in the past 5 years• The report has recommended that the meters be deployed immediately
Prepaid meters and conductors purchased between 2014 and /2016 by the Electricity Company of Ghana, ECG, have been left unused since they arrived in the country, according to a 2020 report by the Auditor-General.
• Police overpowered armed robbers, Monday, killing three
• Two others were arrested by the police• The robbers, the police say, have been on its wanted list
The Acting Director-General, Public Affairs Unit of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori has said the armed robbers who were killed during the gun battle with the police at Opeibea near Kotoka International Airport have been on their wanted list.
• Ofori-Atta continues to receive backlash over procurement of Sputnik V vaccines • Pressure keeps mounting on health minister, Agyeman-Manu, to resign • Mintah Akandoh opines that the public purse is not safe
Member of Parliament for Juaboso constituency, Kwabena Mintah Akandoh, has said the country's purse will be empty if Ken Ofori-Atta remains the finance minister.
• A High Court Justice grants an order of substitution service to former IGP
• The new substituted order in various channels will remain posted for the next 10 days
• Annan, a presenter with NET 2 TV, has failed to avail himself to be served a lawsuit
Host of Net 2 TV’s The Seat, Justice Kweku Annan has since last month been swerving the former Inspector-General of Police (IGP), David Asante-Apeatu, in his bid to avoid being served a copy of his lawsuit, a situation
• The history of the Osu Castle is being documented through science
• The Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project is funded by the government of France
• All members of the team are believed to have personal connections with the site
An ongoing archaeological excavation at the Christiansborg Castle at Osu has been described as unique.
• There's an intellectual banter between Dr Bawumia and Adongo • Isaac Adongo describes some comments made by Dr Bawumia while justifying the state of the economy as absurd • He wonders if government will use inflation to pay the high public debt
Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Isaac Adongo, has accused Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia of being ignorant about the fundamentals of the Ghanaian economy.
• The GBF Prez says his team achieved a target set for them by the president• He reiterates calls for more investment in other sports• Akufo-Addo’s target for the boxers was to win a medal
President of the Ghana Boxing Federation (GBF), Mr.
• Lighthouse Chapel has mounted its defense in the case brought against it by six former pastors
• The former pastors made accusations against the church over non-payment of SSNIT contributions
• The church argues that it is independent of other LCI churches across the world
Lawyers for the Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI) Ghana have begun their defense in the case brought forward by six former pastors who sued the church for non-payment of SSNIT contributions,
• Indiscriminate use of sirens can land a person in jail for 30 days • The use of sirens is reserved for emergency purposes only• Drivers no longer pave way for siren cars due to abuse
Sommik Duut Miilon, the Ashanti Regional Manager of the National Ambulance Service, has warned the public against the indiscriminate use of sirens and that abusers will spend 30 days in jail if caught.
The newly elected Secretary for the striking University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) Professor Ransford Gyampo says the regular meetings between the association and government have little value for their concerns.