They saw the challenges. We saw the challenges, too. They thought those challenges needed solutions. We thought  same too. But we thought the government needed to fix the problems. We thought we needed a lot of money to solve them. But they thought they could brighten their corner with very
  Dismissed CHRAJ boss, Lauretta Vivian Lamptey, has been appointed the Presidential Advisor on Corruption and Public Accountability. Her role is to help President Mahama execute his anti-corruption agenda and promote responsible behaviour, especially the handling of public funds, by ministers and top government officials.   Madam Lauretta Lamptey joins
  “Ghana and Mauritius have agreed to waive visa requirements for holders of each other’s national passports. It follows the signing of an agreement on mutual visa waiver exemption in Port Louis yesterday as part of the 3-day state visit of President John Mahama. “The agreement allows all Ghanaians, including
Doctors on Strike
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has called off its three week old strike. The decision to call off the strike was taken after an executive council meeting by the leaders of the Ghana Medical Association held Friday. The doctors withdrew their services on July 30, 2015 in protest over the absence
The second lady, Mrs. Matilda Amisah-Arthur, has apologized for retorting sharply when the headmistress of Kukurantumi Presyterian Basic School last Wednesday appealed to government, through her, to help them buy basic teaching and learning materials such as chalk. The Headmistress, Mrs Juliet Oppong, while thanking the Second Lady for the
Incarcerated senior medical officer of the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, Dr. Sulley Ali-Gabass, has indicated that members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses are his close friends. He said he was so good at performing surgery that his patients did not have to lose blood. Jehovah Witnesses are said to be against blood transfusion