Political appointees pay taxes – Attorney-General declares

Ms Gloria Akuffo, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General, has debunked a public perception that political appointees did not pay taxes to the Government.

She said that perception was a misconception adding that when she was a Deputy Attorney-General under …

Unemployed remanded for possessing firearms

An Accra Circuit Court on Wednesday remanded one Emmanuel Amoansi, unemployed for preparing to commit crime and possessing firearms without lawful authority.

Emmanuel was said to have prepared to commit crime, having in his possession three locally manufactured pistols with …

Performance of students in WASSCE English, falter

The faltering performance of Ghanaian students in the English Language at the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) over the last three years, has become a major headache for the education authorities.

The number of students presented for the …

Health Coalition calls on government to address equity gabs on immunization

The Ghana Coalition of NGOs in Health (GCNH) on Wednesday called on the government to increase investment in vaccines and make proactive arrangements to address the equity gaps in national immunization.

It said if the health system was strengthened, and …

Jomoro Assembly fails to elect Presiding Member

The Jomoro District Assembly in the Western Region, on Tuesday failed to elect a new Presiding Member at a special General Meeting.

The sole candidate vying for the position, Mr John Yankey, a Banker, failed to secure the two-thirds members …