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AG courts support for Special Prosecutor Bill

Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo, has called for a dispassionate discussion on the Office of the Special Prosecutor Bill 2017, to…

We didn’t maltreat Ghanaian deportees – US Ambassador

The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson, has rejected suggestions that the 63 Ghanaians who were recently deported…

Gitmo 2 will be sent back to US in 3 months if… Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ordered government to put before Parliament, an agreement that will legalize the hosting of the two…

Hosting of Gitmo 2 illegal – Supreme Court declares

The Supreme Court has declared as unconstitutional an agreement between the then Mahama government and the United States, which saw…

Parliament to summon Chieftaincy Ministry over Christian Pilgrimage

The Youth, Sports and Culture Committee of Parliament, has begun processes to summon the Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs Ministry over…

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Sophia Akuffo approved as Ghana’s new Chief Justice

Parliament today [Monday], approved the nomination of Justice Sophia Akuffo for the position of Chief Justice of Ghana. She becomes…

Kwesi Botchway c’ttee presents NDC election defeat report

The 13-member committee set up by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), to probe its defeat in the 2016 election, has…

Parliament passes Bill to scrap taxes on spare parts

Parliament has passed the Customs Amendment Bill which will ensure the removal of import duty taxes on spare parts.

Parliament must monitor public finances effectively – Nana Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has bemoaned the inability of Parliament to exercise effective oversight over the Executive arm of government, stressing…

I prefer current ‘loud and crowded’ press – Nana Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has described the current media landscape as “loud and crowded” with some bouts of recklessness.