The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is accusing the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) of shifting the goal post in the number of exhibits submitted as evidence in the election petition currently before the Supreme Court.
The Attorney General’s (AG) Department has clarified that former Attorney General; Martin Amidu was not alone in the fight to retrieve the judgment debt paid to Waterville Holdings and businessman Alfred Woyome.
President John Dramani Mahama has given the assurance that the government would continue to pursue measures to enhance the socio-economic development of the country.
Angry supporters of the main opposition New Patriotic Party, on Friday, literally bayed for embattled party stalwart, Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobbey’s blood, when they attempted vandalising his car and pouncing on him at the party’s headquarters in Accra.
Lead counsel for the Petitioners Philip Addison will today take his cross examination of the star witness of the second Respondent in the ongoing Presidential Election Petition to day four.
Petitioners' counsel Philip Addison continues his cross-examination of the second Respondent’s witness Dr. Afari Gyan in the epic hearing of the Presidential Election Petition at the Supreme Court.
Counsel for president Mahama, Tony Lithur, will today continue his cross-examination of witness for Electoral Commission (EC) Dr. Afari Gyan in day 28 of the hearing of the Presidential Election Petition.
Dr. Afari Gyan, witness for the second respondent and Electoral Commissioner enters round three of his examination in the hearing of the Presidential Election Petition at the Supreme Court.
The Second Respondent (EC) in the ongoing Presidential Election Petition opens its case, Thursday in Day 24 of the substantive hearing.
A leading member of the New Patriotic Party is rebuking the petitioners in the ongoing Presidential Election Petition for using a clueless witness to prosecute their case.
Cross-examination of witness for President Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Asiedu Nketia continues under the counsel for the petitioners, Philip Addison.
It has emerged that a statement issued by the communications directorate of the New Patriotic Party on December 8, 2012 and attributed to Boakye Agyarko, the Campaign Manager of Nana Akufo-Addo, described the electoral process as “free and fair”.
The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is advising the general public not to buy into what it says is a campaign of lies by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to undermine the legitimacy of President Mahama.
The Ashaiman Police have arrested 20 suspected criminals in an exercise aimed at clamping down on criminal activities in the Ashaiman municipality.
Government has dismissed claims by the Chinese government that the ongoing clampdown on illegal mining is deliberately targeted at Chinese nationals.
After what many market players have described as impressive performance in the West African region, ICT Device assembler, Rlg communications has entered Kenya, hoping to spread itself into the booming east African market.
The National Association of Pensioners (NPA) of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) on Tuesday called on all pensioners to join the association to enable them benefit from the Pensioners Medical Fund (PMF).
About 1.02 billion Ghana cedis is expected to be spent on fuel subsidies by government this year.
Government has stated that Ghana’s diplomatic relations with China is intact in spite of the brouhaha over the deportation of illegal Chinese miners.
The Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL), would from July this year, introduce the teaching and learning of the Chinese language at its Kumasi Campus, Dr John Rex Amuzu Gadjepko, the Director of the school has announced.
Founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and former Chief Executive of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobbey, wants the leadership of the party to subject its former National Youth Organiser, Anthony Karbo, to the same disciplinary action being taken against him (Brobbey) for comments he believes are likely to put the NPP’s democratic credentials into disrepute.
The Government has scoffed at the demonstration against President Mahama by some Ghanaians living in the United Kingdom during his bilateral talks with UK Prime Minister David Cameron over the weekend.
Government says it will do everything possible to retrieve all monies paid illegally to individuals and companies.