Accra– The Health Minister, Mr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, has admitted that the contract between the Ministry and Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum for the supply of Sputnik V vaccines was without parliamentary approval. He explained that the Ministry was desperate to get the vaccines and frustrated because the regular vaccine supply sources had failed during the heat of the second wave […]

Sunyani– Mr Alfred Tuah-Yebaoh, the Deputy Attorney General and Minister of Justice, on Tuesday implored Muslims to cherish and help preserve the nation’s prevailing peace for the purpose of development. He said Muslims could do this if Zongo youth guarded against acts of violence and all forms of unhealthy behaviours, as they celebrated this year’s Eid Ul-Adha. Mr Tuah-Yeboah gave […]

Kumasi- Ten COVID-19 death cases were recorded in Kumasi between July 1 and 13, this year, the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), has disclosed. The authorities said the period under review also saw 200 new positive cases being recorded in Ghana’s second-largest city. A statement issued by the KMA and signed by Ms Henrietta A. K. Aboagye, the Public Relations Officer […]

Ho- The Ghana Armed Forces have shortlisted some 3, 000 applicants from the Volta and Oti Regions for screening as part of an ongoing recruitment exercise. The screening exercise, which is ongoing at the Ho Sports Stadium, was segmented in line with the coronavirus protocols. The Military Command had adopted measures to deny fraudsters access to the screening grounds, which […]

Bolgatanga– Justice Irene-Charity Larbi, the Judge-in-charge of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), says privacy in the ADR system is crucial and more advantageous over conventional litigation. She said the ADR system ensured that privacy was paramount and that no witnesses were allowed during the process. She said even the Lawyers, who attended ADR sessions, were only to support their clients and […]

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