The European Union Election Observer Mission for the 2020 elections is proposing definite timelines for the determination of parliamentary election petitions in Ghana. It suggested that “parliamentary election petitions be commenced 21 days after the declaration of results just like presidential election petitions.” According to a report released by the mission, such a mechanism will enhance public confidence in the […]

A group calling itself Asante Akyem Youth Movement has expressed its disappointment with President Akufo-Addo’s refusal to appoint a Minister from the constituency. The group in a statement argued that forming government with persons from the constituency will inure to the benefit of constituents. “Over the past few weeks, the President brought a list of Ministers who have succesfully been […]

Ghana has enjoyed a truly special relationship with the state of Israel since its independence in 1957, grounded in a shared commitment to trade, security, education, culture and sports. It is a relationship that has withstood the test of time having survived many years of diplomatic twists and turns. In retrospect however, such a relationship tells a brave story of […]

The Ranking Member of Mines and Energy Committee of Parliament, John Jinapor says government must be candid with Ghanaians about the challenges of the power sector. He said government being evasive is further hurting matters. Speaking on Eyewitness News, the former deputy Minister of Energy and Petroleum said Ghanaians must be made fully aware of the situation and be assured […]

Government will, from next week, resume the final phase of negotiations on the Ghana-Burkina Faso railway connectivity project. The project is expected to see the construction of 1,110 km of railway lines linking Ghana and its neighbours. This third phase of bilateral engagements is expected to work out issues relating to the actual commencement date of the implementation of the […]