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‘Power interruptions due to temporary difficulties’

 Mr John Jinapor The Ministry of Power has explained that the interruptions in electricity supply are due to temporary difficulties occasioned by a delay in the supply of light crude.

NDC outdoors 2016 campaign team, Mosquito in the chair

 The General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress, (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, otherwise called General Mosquito, is to chair a 15-member election campaign team to prosecute the party's agenda to get President John Mahama re-elected.

Police begin investigations into cause of Salah stampede

The Asawase Community Centre where the stampede occured The Police have begun investigations into the cause of a riot that led to the death of nine people at the Asawasi Community Centre Thursday dawn.

Project to give schoolchildren sanitary towels launched

 A pilot project initiated by a local organisation in partnership with its international partners to distribute free sanitary towels to schoolchildren in the Ashanti and Northern regions of the country has been launched.

Potable water for Assin Ongwa

The Chief of Assin Ongwa  and the DCE for Assin Southfetching water from the facility.  The people of Assin Ongwa in the Central Region now have pipe-borne water. It is the first time the town is enjoying a modern water facility. 

Montie FM panelists, host to face Supreme Court July 12

Supreme Court The fate of two political communicators who allegedly threatened the lives of judges of the superior court will be decided by the Supreme Court on July 12, 2016.

Prez inaugurates library in Wa

 President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday inaugurated a modern library complex for the Ghana Library Authority (GLA) in Wa. The library was funded by the GETFund. 

Our campaign team solid — Kofi Adams

 The National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kofi Adams, who now doubles as the coordinator for President John Dramani Mahama’s 2016 campaign team for the November polls, has described the 15-member team as a solid one which would work towards the re-election of the President.

Confusion rocks Eid celebration at Winneba

 The Eid ul-Fitr celebration in Winneba was rocked by confusion when some Muslim youth engaged in a brawl after the Deputy Imam for the area, Alhaji Masuru Mohammed, had delivered his address after the prayers.

Prez begins tour of Upper West Region

 Naa Fuseini Pelpuo III, the Wa Na, welcoming President Mahama to the Wa Na’s PalacePresident John Dramani Mahama has promised more jobs for the youth as the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) steps up the process to recruit 100,000 young people into various modules of the agency this year.

Over 3,200 teachers paid salary arrears – GES

 Ghana Education ServiceAbout 3,299 teachers have been paid their salary arrears and allowances following a successful validation of their documents. 

Power outages caused by saboteurs – Mahama

Power Outage Dumsor1 Due to the action of saboteurs on oil terminals in Nigeria, crude oil that Ghana ordered last month has not arrived and that has created some power generation problems for the country recently, President John Dramani Mahama has revealed.

Arrest, prosecute anyone who disrupts elections - Otumfuo

Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu Green The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has charged the police to arrest and prosecute anyone who will try to disrupt the impending elections.

Make Akufo-Addo EC Chair, Mahama will still win polls – Kofi Adams

Kofi Adams Newly appointed Coordinator for the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s campaign for the 2016 elections is confident President John Mahama will be re-elected even if his closest contender is made Chair of the Electoral Commission (EC).

ACCOUNTING TO THE PEOPLE

 Accounting to the people is quite an important exercise in the governance of today. This enables the accountability process to take a new turn. 

The exercise, aside affording the opportunity to commission completed projects well as to start the process of new projects, also presents an opportunity to ascertain first hand information of new challenges facing the people.

RESPECT THE WOMAN, SHE MADE YOU

 Women have always and shall always remain a strong pillar in the race of humanity. Women have since creation, given meaning to human life.

In the Good Book, it has been established that a man shall be the head of the house. However, the tail has not been determined. A clear indication that man does not have the power to assume status not ascribed to him.

Changes in Ghana Armed Forces

 Major-General Obed Boamah Akwa - Chief of Army Staff

President John Dramani Mahama has made new appointments and promotions in the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF).

NPP must purge itself of ‘dirt’ like Ken Agyapong – Betty Mould

Betty Mould Iddrisu 05.10 The sex-for-job allegation made by opposition lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong against the Chair of the Electoral Commission (EC), Mrs Charlotte Osei, is sexist and must be condemned in no uncertain terms, Vice Chairperson of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mrs Betty Mould-Iddrisu has condemned.

DAY ONE...Accounting To The People Tour, Ashanti Region! (PHOTOS)

Nana Addo Panics As Mahama Receives Rousing Welcome In NPP’s Backyard

 Activities at Asawase, a suburb of Kumasi were virtually brought to a standstill when scores of residents lined up the streets to welcome President John Mahama who began his Accounting to the People Tour of the Ashanti region on Wednesday.

NDC directs members to mind comments against Supreme Court

 The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cautioned its members to desist from making comments "likely to compromise, embarrass or impugn the integrity of the Supreme Court and all other constitutionally mandated bodies which are dully performing their duties.

GAF worried over rising political temperature

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) say they are ready to do whatever it will take to keep the country in one piece and not allow chaos to reign as Ghana prepares to go to the polls on November 7. 

Supreme Court’s 6-day ultimatum to EC expires today

Charlotte Osei   Nnnn The Supreme Court’s directive asking the Electoral Commission (EC) to produce the list of persons whose names were captured onto the voters’ register using the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) card as proof of Ghanaian citizenship, expires today, June 29. 

PNC urges EC to sue Kennedy Agyapong

 Charlotte Osei New EC BossThe People’s National Convention (PNC) has urged the Electoral Commissioner, Charlotte Osei to institute legal action against the Member of Parliament for the Assin North Constituency over the claim that she exchanged sex for the position.

I became a Muslim at age five - GFA Boss

Muslim KnGFA Chief Kwesi Nyantakyi with some muslim brothers

 After years on controversy on his religious affiliation, the President of the Ghana Football Association has finally opened up on how he became a Muslim.

Ken Agyapong must apologise for ‘insulting’ EC Chair - Oye Lithur

Genderpolicy Oye Lithur The Minister of Gender and Social Protection, Oye Lithur has called on the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong to apologise for what she describes as insulting comments against the Chairperson of Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei. 

NPP will not condemn Ken Agyepong for attacking EC boss – Karbo

Kennedy Agyapong Talk Mp Deputy Communications Director of the largest opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Anthony Abayifa Karbo has said the party will not condemn its eccentric Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Ken Agyepong for insisting that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) Charlotte Osei was appointed in exchange for sex.

NPP must condemn Ken Agyapong – Ace Ankomah

Ace Ankomah LawyerPrivate legal practitioner Ace Anan Ankomah has condemned the MP for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong over his unsavory comments targeted at the personality of the EC chairperson, Charlotte Osei.

Ken Agyapong’s claims make us question how he became MP - Dwamena Aboagye

Angela Dwamena Aboagye1Executive Director of the Ark Foundation has said recent comments by Member of Parliament for Assin North about Chairman of the Electoral Commission casts doubts on how he came to hold the office he occupies.

Breakdown of NHIS card registrants for 7 regions

 Biometric Register FreshA total of 28, 120 people from seven regions who registered with the National Health Insurance cards ahead of the 2012 elections would be submitted to the Supreme Court by the Electoral Commission today.