The Electoral Commission’s (EC) insistence on procuring a new electoral management system and compile a new voters’ register before the polls in December 2020 has been described as a desire to waste the country’s resources. This is according to George Osei Bimpeh, Country Director for SEND Ghana, one of the 18 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) […]
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Leading member of the opposition National Democratic Congress [NDC], Afrifa Yamoah Ponkoh has denied strongly inciting his party foot soldiers to go all out for a ‘bloody election campaign’ ahead of the 2020 general polls.
Dr Grace Ayensu-Dankwa, an Internationally Recognised Burns Surgeon has stressed the need for the constituents of Essikado-Ketan to carefully think through their decision by giving her the parliamentary mandate to lead and uplift their socio-economic status.
Mr Issa Ouedraogo, the Chief Executive Officer of B-BOVID, an agribusiness enterprise, has expressed concern about the continuous underperformance of the agriculture sector due to lack of appropriate technology and knowledge.
Former President, John Agyekum Kufuor has indicated his strong ties with Dagbon and its people, saying the great ancient Kingdom deserves the support of all in Ghana to restore the area back to its former glory.
The ARB Apex Bank Limited has advised boards and managements of Rural and Community Banks (RCBs) to strengthen their internal control systems and adhere strictly to sound governance standards to guarantee their survival.
A businessman and leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) at Damongo in the Savannah Region has described the Party as a blessing in view of the tremendous transformational agenda it is undertaking to develop the nation.
Ghana, as a country, has enjoyed a relatively long period of peace and stability in the West African sub-region, specifically from the 1980s until present times, Ghana has been considered a safe haven, at a time most of the countries in the sub-region were immersed in ethnic conflict and political instability. Despite this impressive feat, […]
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