The Chairman of Cenpower Generation Ghana, Mr Samuel Nana Brew-Butler says the Kpone Independent Power Project (Kpone IPP) would be the most cost and fuel-efficient thermal power station in the country.
Africa could eliminate hunger by 2025 if countries embraced effective policies on job creation, political stability, and social protection, a UN official has said.
Mr. Michael Amponsah, Brong-Ahafo Deputy Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), has appealed to assembly members to be bothered by the availability of various funds at the district, municipal, and metropolitan assemblies, which could be accessed for the development of their respective electoral areas.
The Bongo Traditional Council and the Management Team of the Bongo Community Radio project have appealed for support to purchase radio equipment valued at about $ 70,000 for broadcasting to begin.
Nana Kofi Adu-Nsiah, Executive Director of the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission, has underscored the need for Ghanaians to help raise awareness about the critical role wetlands play in sustaining the country’s freshwater resources.
The Volta Regional branch of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has honoured 41 drivers for exhibiting safe driving skills.
Out of a total of 1,704 candidates from 60 junior high schools(JHS) in the Dormaa Central Municipality who registered for the Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE) in 2014, 1,638 passed while 52 candidates failed.
The Agona West Municipal Assembly has directed the Agona West Directorate of the Ghana Education Service(GES),to compel private and public basic schools to take active part in the fourth National Sanitation Day.
The Asanteman council has reaffirmed its support and recognition for the new chief of Kumawu, Barima Sarfo Tweneboah Kodua.
The people of Klikor near Agbozume in the Ketu South Municipality will soon get a community health planning center after several appeals.
Mrs. Anna Omane, District Director of Health at the Afigya Kwabre District has called for well equipped district hospital to take care of referral cases from the other smaller health facilities in the district.
Viola Tebah, a Ghanaian model living in the United States, has offered scholarship to three brilliant but needy students at St Michael Senior High School, a less endowed school at Ahenkro near Kodie in the Afigya Kwabre District of the Ashanti Region.
The Gomoa West District Assembly has completed a number of projects it initiated in the early part of 2014 whiles others are on-going, expected to be completed on schedule.
President John Dramani Mahama has set up a nine-member board of directors for the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund(GIIF).
The paramount chief of Kukuom Traditional Area Osahene Kwaku Aterkyi II who is also the immediate past President of the Brong Ahafo Regional House of Chiefs has appealed to government to as a matter of urgent help resolve the numerous chieftaincies disputed that has rock the region.
The Brong Ahafo Regional Minister Hon Eric Opoku who is also the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Asunafo South Constituency has ended his tour as part of measure to address some challenges confronting the people.
Barring any hitches the Intestate Succession Bill as well as the Property Rights of Spouses Bill will be passed into law before Parliament rises.
The construction of three unit basic school classroom blocks, is to be phased out and replaced with six-unit ones by 2016 in the Akatsi North District of the Volta Region.
The Minister of the Interior, Mr Mark Woyongo, has called on security agencies operating on the country’s borders to tighten security at their various posts.
This year’s annual schools and educators’ conference aimed at equipping participants with modern trends in education, is scheduled to take place in Kumasi on Saturday, February 7.
The Afigya Kwabre District Assembly in the Ashanti Region has disbursed GHs14,900.00 from the Disability Fund to 30 persons in the district.
The Chiefs and people of Afigya Kwabre District in the Ashanti Region have begun a weeklong celebration of their biennial celebration of the Efie ne Efie festival celebration.
The District Chief Executive for Afigya Kwabre, Mr. Kwaku Oppong-Kyekyeku Kaakyire, has appealed to the people to shake off apathy and work together to bring development to the area.
A total of 30 kilometres stretch of roads in the Kumasi metropolis would be asphalted this year, 2015, Mr. Theodore Quaye, Ashanti Regional Director of Urban Roads, has announced.
Ghana will buy 80 megawatts of power from neighbouring Ivory Coast to ensure Ghanaians can watch the national soccer team’s match against Equatorial Guinea on Thursday, according to the country’s main power supplier.
The National Service Scheme (NSS) says as part of changes in the registration procedure, recruitment and deployment for the 2015/2016 service year, all prospective national service personnel would now be required to undergo pre-registration payment process in accordance with the scheme’s realignment and new posting schedule.
The Gomoa West District Assembly is constructing a GHs 181,172 office block at Dawurampong to house the staff of the National Health Insurance Scheme to facilitate its smooth take-off in the district.
Captain Asamoah Gyan has failed to make Ghana’s starting line- up for the semi finals match against Equatorial Guinea on Thursday.
The chiefs of Asamankese have pledged to ensure that their communities participate in the national sanitation day exercise.
Nii Amasa Oseku II, Amasaman Mantse, has appealed to assembly members to cooperate with chiefs in their quest for developmental projects.
A 30-year old business woman, has been installed Queen-mother for Gomoa Adzintem under the stool Nana Beafuwah.
Calm has returned to the Kumasi Central Prison, with revamped security, following an attempted jailbreak last Wednesday night by the inmates.
The Volta River Authority (VRA) is set to shut down one more turbine at the Akosombo dam to avoid damage to the plant as the water levels keep going down.
A water project with the capacity to serve a quarter of residents of the Akatsi North District has been inaugurated at Atanve.
The Ghana Red Cross Society has organized a day’s stakeholders meeting in Atebubu to reviewed the second year of activities under the Community Based Health and First Aid CBHFA project.
Interior Minister Mark Woyongo asked security agencies to organize vigilante groups in communities along the Ghana-Togo Border.
The World Vision International WVI, Atebubu Development Programme ADP has held a stakeholders sensitization program on Ebola with the objective of enhancing knowledge of the disease.
The Ejisu-Juaben Municipal office of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), has organized a day’s stakeholders forum to collate inputs on the district level elections to prepare for a community durbar to whip up the interest of the citizenry to participate fully in the forthcoming district elections.
Madam Helen Ntoso, the Volta Regional Minister has cut the sod for commencement of works on assembly block complex for the Akatsi North District Assembly.
The Black Stars of Ghana have made a significant step to end their over thirty years “drought” of winning the African Cup of Nation tournament by beating host nation Equatorial Guinea to reach finals of the competition.
The wife of the Vice President, Matilda Amissah Arthur on Thursday 5th February donated assorted food items and an unspecified amount to the Osu children’s home in Accra.
The Member of Parliament for Akatsi North, Mr. Peter Nortsu-Kotoe has asked the Akatsi North District Assembly to enact bye-law to prevent individuals or groups from organizing social gatherings on National Sanitation Day in the district.
The number of HIV positive cases at the Effutu Municipal Hospital in Winneba increased from sixty in 2013 to 154 in 2014, the Administrator of the hospital has said.
The Ministry of Power is collaborating with some real estate agencies and the Ministry of Works and Housing to incorporate solar installations in various building projects.
The Diplomatic Corps in Ghana has pledged its support for Ghana’s bailout negotiation with the International Monetary fund (IMF).
The Municipal Chief Executive for Effutu Municipal Assembly, Mr Nii Ephraim is dead.
The fourth edition of the National Sanitation Day exercise hosted by the Northern Region succeeded in uniting two “rival” revered chiefs in the Tamale Metro area.
President John Mahama has said he remains committed to his promise of ending the power crisis.
A fisherman in the Effutu District in the Central region, Benjamin Eyi Mensah has dragged the Electoral Commission to court after he was disqualified from contesting in the upcoming District Assembly elections.
Mr William Owuraku Aidoo, Member of Parliament (MP) for Afigya-Kwabre South, has cut the sod to begin the construction of a health centre for the people of Atimatim, in the Afigya-Kwabre District.
The Ashanti Regional Director for the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Mr. Alhassan Yakubu has expressed concern about increasing reports that campaign posters of candidates in the upcoming district level elections are being destroyed and shredded in some communities and called for a stop to the act.
The Ministry of Transport and the police are embroiled in a blame game over the booming Okada business in Accra.
President John Dramani Mahama has nominated four persons for the position of District Chief Executives (DCEs), an official statement, has said.
Two new community-based health planning and service (CHPS) compounds are to be built this year at Luvudo and Anyirawase as the assembly continues to bring health delivery closer to the door steps of residents.
The Member of Parliament for Anlo in the Keta Municipality, Mr. Clement Kofi Humado has expressed grave concerns about inability of authorities to secure land for development in the municipality.
The Chiefs and citizens of Asogli State on Monday began a week’s fasting and prayers to seek God’s intervention for the socio-economic development of the Volta region, especially Ho, the regional capital.
The Electoral Commission (EC) has confirmed receipt of the writ seeking to annul the organisation of the impending District Assembly elections slated for March 3.
President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday stated that the establishment of a Ghana Export and Import Bank (EXIM) would move the country from import dependent to a large scale exporter.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony has taken place for the inauguration of a Nutrition Rehabilitation Centre for Nkwanta South in the Volta Region.
The Gomoa West District Assembly in the Central Region has embarked on a number of development projects by way of prosecuting the development agenda of the district to enhance the living conditions of the people.
Ghana has currently taken 25th spot in the latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking released on Thursday, February 12, 2015.
The Tema Community One District Police office has taken delivery of a Canon photocopy Machine and accessories from Japan Motors Trading Company Limited (JMTC) to facilitate its operations.
The government of Ghana is currently funding 20,000 borehole water supply projects with GH¢17 million from the Consolidated Fund over a five-year period, the Minister of Water Resources, Works and Housing, Alhaji Collins Dauda, has said.
The Ho Municipal Directorate of the Environmental Health Unit is liaising with the relevant stakeholders, through the Assembly, for the establishment of sanitation courts in the municipality.
The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has assured traders at the Kumasi Central Market that they will be given priority in the distribution of sheds in the market after it has been reconstructed.
The Ningo/Prampram District in 2014 recorded a reduction in crime offences, according to statistics released by the Prampram District Police Command.
A staggering US$298 million will be expended in the reconstruction of the Kumasi Central Market into a modern edifice.
The economy appears to be reaping some positive benefits from the declining prices of crude oil on the international market.
Striking nurses and midwives of the Tamale Teaching Hospital are likely to resume work today, that’s according to the Northern regional branch chairman of the Nurses and Midwives association of Ghana, Musah Salifu.
A study by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) says radio is the most effective engagement platform within the local governance system in Ghana.
A 20-member fire volunteer team has been inaugurated at Krobo, a community in the Kwabre East District to help safeguard lives and properties in the wake of recent fire outbreaks in the country.
The second Lady, Mrs. Amissah Arthur has expressed disappointment at the poor academic performance in the Volta Region in recent years.
A five day capacity building workshop for over 130 teachers and circuit supervisors from seventeen communities in the Atebubu-Amantin district has began in Atebubu.
Government is mobilizing funds to undertake the second phase of the Takoradi Port Expansion Project, Mrs Dzifa Ativor, Minister of Transport, has said.
Residents of the Brakwa Asarekwaa community in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District in the Central Region were full of praise for the DCE, Samuel Adom Botchway and the government for providing the community with new JHS block.
The Ghana Railway Development Authority with the Ministry of Transport has formulated a master plan aimed at revamping the almost dead railway sector.
The Anlo Education Fund has made yet another stride with the award of scholarships to eleven new students to the senior high school.
Chief of Staff Prosper Bani has been relieved of his position by President John Mahama who has now appointed Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Julius Debrah, to replace him.
All is set for the first-ever resit of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for private candidates, which starts on Monday, February 16 to 20.
President John Dramani Mahama has tasked the Military High Command to modify their training modules and strategies beyond conventional warfare to effectively combat terrorists.
Save Our Beaches Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization, has called on stakeholders and government institutions to put measures in place to help fight the negative human activities destroying the coastal belt of the country.
Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona VI, Paramount Chief of Osu, has appealed to the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development to consider creating a municipality for the Osu Traditional Area.
The Western Regional Co-ordinating Council and the Regional Project Co-ordinating Unit on Thursday visited a number of project sites within the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Area to ascertain progress of work.
Authorities at Ho West District in the Volta Region are appealing to the health directorate to post doctors to the district to help improve health delivery.
Wallemebelle, a community within the Sissala East district has been approved by the Stakeholders, Chiefs and Elders of the Tumu Traditional Area, to play host to the Community Senior High School scheduled for the whole district.
Bamianko Community Day Senior High School in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region is nearing completion.
The Ga Central Municipal Assembly (GCMA) has instituted a free extra classes policy for final year students who will be writing the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) this year and beyond.
The Brong Ahafo Regional Police Command says no arrests have so far been made in the region following the unrest between some Muslims and Christians in Atebubu last Friday.
Mr. Phillip Oppong Amponsah, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Techiman has donated various reading books to three (3) basic schools in the Municipality aimed at improving read habit among the schools pupils.
The Omanhene of Sankore Traditional Area Nana Appiah Kubi IV has expressed fear over recent increase of armed robbery attacks in the area.
The IMF team negotiating with Ghana for a possible $1billion fund programme is expected in town this Wednesday February 18, 2015 to fast track the process.
In his first assignment as Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah has led a government delegation to Kenya to share experiences around Kenya’s National Youth Service and Youth Empowerment Model.
Mr Bright Demordzi, the Member of Parliament for Bortianor/Ngleshie Amanfrom, has presented 30 laptops to four basic schools in his constituency.
The activity of Honest Waste Services, a refuse collection company at Tabora Scorpion Down in Accra, is posing an environmental and health risks to residents in the community.
Residents of Ayensuano, a community in the Gomoa West District in the Central Region, have received their fair share of the national cake after the area was recently connected with electricity.
President John Dramani Mahama has lamented the negative effect the power crisis would have on gains made by the government to boost the private sector.
The IMF Mission team working on Ghana’s program are expected in town today to open what many are describing as the final round of talks before a program can be sealed.
Twenty-eight persons living with disability have received monies from the Tema Metropolitan Disability Fund to improve their lot.
The Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly has recorded 39 cholera cases in the first two months of the year.
Madam Vivian Anafo, District Chief Executive (DCE) of Nabdam District Assembly has called for more education to sustain the interest of women in the forth- coming district assembly elections.
Mr Antwi-Boasoako Sekyere, Eastern Regional Minister, has appealed to the chiefs and people in the Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality, to take keen interest in the National Sanitation exercise, to help reduce the re-occurrence of cholera outbreak within the Municipality.
Officials of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), and other allied agencies involved in disaster management, including the Police, the Fire Service, and the Air Force, in the Northern Region, have begun a training course on International Disaster Management.
The highly attended protest march against the erratic power supply in Ghana attracted a mammoth crowd and was led by NPP flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo and other party stalwarts.
Ghana’s stock of domestic debt stood at GH¢34.6 billion or 30.5 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) at the end of 2014; up from GH¢26.7 billion (28.4 per cent of GDP) in 2013.
Mr. Gordon Kwaku Asubonteng, the Dormaa Municipal Chief Executive, has said consultations and consensus building for development at the local level was becoming a development challenge due to the attitude, conduct, and the awkward approach given to development issues by some chiefs.
Dr Timothy Letsa, the Brong-Ahafo Regional Director of Ghana Health Service (GHS), on Wednesday alerted of a possible outbreak of cholera in the region this year.
Kukuo is one of the densely populated communities in the Tamale Metro Area of the Northern Region.
A portion of the Sekondi-Takoradi stretch of road also known as Beach Road at Asemansiwdo near the BP junction, has caved in, posing a threat to road users.
The Afua Kobi Ampem Girls’ Senior High School in Kumasi last Saturday donated a quantity of assorted items running into hundreds of Ghana cedis and a sum of GH¢1,000 to the inmates of the Kumasi Children’s Home in commemoration of St Valentine.
The Police in the Ashanti Region have given the green light to a planned demonstration by both the governing National Democratic Congress and the opposition New Patriotic Party on February 24th and 25th respectively.
The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has launched an intergovernmental project that will allow for the effective utilisation of unused frequency channels to provide Internet services for deprived areas in the country.
The Second Lady, Mrs. Matilda Amissah Arthur has advised parents to stop child labour and give their children the oppotunity to attend school for a better future.
The Muslim community in the Western Region led by its Iman will today [Friday] embark on a demonstration to protest what they call human right abuses of Muslims in the country.
A baseline survey conducted by International Needs Ghana in twelve (12) communities in the Central Region has revealed high prevalence of child abuse in its various forms.
The Chief Justice of Ghana, her Ladyship Georgina Theodora Wood has called for the overhauling of the nation’s criminal justice system.
The Ministry of Education on Thursday donated 10,000 laptops and 100 projectors to the Ghana Education Service for onward distribution to basic school teachers across the country.
A number of basic schools including kidargartens in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region have been supported to deal with the inadequate furniture constraints facing the schools.
The Adaklu District Assembly last year exceeded its revenue target of 107,724 Ghana cedis by 33.5 per cent.
Savanna Signatures, an Information Communication Technology (ICT) organization Thursday presented 10 desk top computers and a lap-top computer to the Ho-Kpodzi “D” JHS.
The Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) on Thursday inaugurated a two-storey office complex for its education directorate at Nungua in Accra.
Cabinet has approved a memoranda for the ratification of The Hague 1993 Convention on Inter-Country Adoptions; Amendment of the Children’s Act; and Child and Family Welfare Policy.
The Ministry of Education on Thursday donated 10,000 laptops and 100 projectors to the Ghana Education Service for onward distribution to basic school teachers across the country.
Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled (GSPD) will sue Parliament if the chamber is not made accessible to them.
Improper storage of Ammonium Nitrate in the country by some companies operating in the Western Region is said to have become a grave national security threat than before.
Dozens have been displaced by tidal waves at Horve Havedzi at Keta in the Volta Region.
The wife of the Asunafo South District Chief Executive Mrs Therasa Atta Bosompem has donated 60 brand new school uniforms to orphans of Dantano Methodist School in the Asunafo South District of the Brong Ahafo.
The Ministry of Finance has replied the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), saying the government is only engaging in “smart-borrowing to sustain Ghana’s growth and development, without unduly increasing “pure” public debt.”
Congestion at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi is expected to ease with the construction of five additional health facilities in the Ashanti Region.
Madam Priscilla Budu, the Founder of E.B.Z Foundation, a Ghanaian-based benevolent organisation, has donated items valued at 1,200 Ghana cedis to three schools in the Akyemansa District of the Eastern Region.
Health Minister Dr Kwaku Agyeman Mensah has cut sod for the construction of a 120-bed-capacity at Kumawu in the Sekyere Central district of the Ashanti region.
Hundreds of residents in Horve Havedzi at Keta in the Volta region have been rendered homeless following a tidal wave that swept away homes on Friday dawn.
Officials of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) are knocking one another’s head over the fight against street hawking in Accra.
Nii Osah Mills, the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, on Friday inaugurated a 17-member special working group to oversee and guide the development of a Lands Bill and associated legislative instruments.
Bats have invaded a basic school in the Dormaa West District of the Brong Ahafo region.
The Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region almost hit its 2014 internally generated fund (IGF) target having collected 99.85% of the said target.
The Director General of Ghana AIDS Commission, Dr Angela El-Adas, has called for a strong advocacy to help reduce physical assault and extreme form of discrimination and stigmatization of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in their homes and religious places.
Four out of the five operating theatres at the Tamale Teaching Hospital in the Northern Region have been closed down following the breakdown of the central air-conditioner.
Togbe Kpor X, Afetorfia of Klefe Traditional Area, has has inaugurated an Information Communication Technology (ICT) centre and two three-unit classroom blocks for Klefe Achatime Basic School.
Mr. Theophilus Aidoo-Mensah, the Chief Executive for Gomoa West District in the Central Region has cut sod to pave way for the construction of a 10-seater KVIP toilet facility for the residents at Odumase.
The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo has given thumbs up to the quality of water produced at the Teshie-Nungua Desalination water project.
School children in the Western and Volta Regions have received a total of 20,000 branded exercise books last week, from Samara Group of Companies, to boost their education.
A Stakeholders awareness forum and a sod cutting ceremony to signify the commencement of an Off-Grid Biomass Energy for palm oil and palm kernel oil processing at Papasisi a community in the Offinso North District Assembly has been held.
A rice production network, codenamed ’Rice Sector Support Production (RSSP) secured by government in collaboration with its French partners to help improve rice production in the country has identified two production sites in the Sissala East district in the Upper West Region.
Future Hope Foundation (FHF), a Community Based Organisation in collaboration with Equip Africa of USA, has donated 25 desktop computers and accessories to the Adaklu-Have Basic schools.
The current power crisis is likely to improve by July this year, according to persons working in the country’s power generation and distribution sector.
The membership of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) continues to increase in the Brong-Ahafo Region, Mr Sebastian Alagpulinsa, the Acting Brong-Ahafo Regional Director of the NHIA disclosed on Tuesday.
The Member of Parliament for Keta, Mr. Richard Quashiga has reassured communities affected by the tidal waves in the Keta Municipality of bringing government attention to the situation for remedy.
The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo on Monday broke ground for the construction of a 20-seater toilet facility at Nungua Krowor in the Nii Lawoe Eletoral Area.
The Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme, the flagship project of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, is projecting to disburse about Ghc47, 449,626 to some 150,785 beneficiary households in 2015.
The Offinso North District Fire Service Department has educated staff of the Offinso North District Assembly on fire preventive, protective and safety measures.
In the quest to sustain the drive in efforts of achieving quality education in the educational sector of the Afigya Kwabre district, the assembly is leaving no stone unturned to improve on infrastructure, an indispensable variable in the development of education.
Students of the University of Education’s College of Languages have observed this year’s International Mother Language Day celebration with a call for a well-structured educational policy with more local contents.
The Akatsi North District Chief Executive, Mr. James Gunu has inaugurated eleven member election taskforce to ensure successful district level election slated for March 3, 2015.
Most Ghanaians are expectant of some hope to the end of the energy crises in the country from the president as he delivers the state of the nation’s address today in Parliament.
Ghana reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday for a three-year aid deal, according to government sources.
Ghanaians have been urged to come out in their numbers to vote for candidates who are development-oriented in the up-coming district level elections come March 3, 2015.
The Mahama led- NDC administration says it had strived to eliminate the unpopular school shift system in the basic education level of the country.
President John Dramani Mahama has re-assured his administration’s capabilities of fixing the country’s current erratic power supply.
The management of the Central Regional Branch of Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS) has called on Ghanaians and religious leaders to stand up devoid of trepidation against the manipulation of education system by politicians.
Mr. James Gunu, Akatsi North District Chief Executive (DCE) has reiterated the need for the youth to embrace volunteerism as a pillar in national development.
Ghana is expected to receive 100 million dollars as the first tranche of bailout funds from April under the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program.
The Supreme Court has ordered the Electoral Commission (EC) to stop running adverts of the upcoming district assembly elections but is set to rule on the substantive case on Friday.
Sampoa Timothy Laari has been confirmed as the District Chief Executive for the Bunkprugu-Yunyoo district in the Northern Region.
The Keta Municipal Assembly has handed over completed toilet facilities secured to boost the sanitation condition of two local communities in the municipality.
An aspirant in the upcoming district assembly elections has been shot dead in Wa in the Upper West region.
A seven-member panel of the Supreme Court has declared the March 3 district assembly elections unconstitutional.
Credit rating agency, Fitch, says the agreement reached between the government of Ghana and the International Monetary Fund for a bailout is not a panacea to Ghana’s woes.
The Assembly Member of the Hweakwae Electoral Area in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region, Mr. Bernard Owusu Boateng has expressed displeasure at the turn of events with regards to the District Assembly Election initially slated for March 3, 2015.
A twelve seater KVIP toilet facility has been completed for theWeme community in the Keta Municipality.
The Atiwa District Assembly looks forward to building on the gains made in the Basic Education certificate results with the introduction of basic schools spelling Bee completion.
The Eastern Regional Minister, Antwi Boasieko Sekyere has called on all and sundry to contribute positively to the development of the country.