Implement Supreme Court order immediately – IMANI to EC
President of policy think tank, IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe is asking the Electoral Commission (EC) not to delay in deleting the names of 56,000 people who used the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) card as a proof of citizenship to register prior to the 2012 elections. The EC has... Read more
Montie FM’s Mugabe spits more fire
The embattled Montie FM afternoon political programme host Salifu Maase, popularly called Mugabe, says he is being ‘sanctioned’ because he is from the northern part of Ghana. In what looks like a clear case of tribal bigotry, he said, “Because Mugabe is Tani (a person from the northern part... Read more
GCAA workers suspend ‘action’ over land encroachment
Workers of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority have suspended an intended action that was meant to halt domestic air travels today, Friday, July 8, 2016. The activities would have led to the grounding of all domestic flights with only emergency cases and domestic military flights being attended to at... Read more
Dumsor due to ‘temporary difficulties’ – Power Ministry
The Power Ministry has explained that, the recent erratic power supply being experienced in some parts of the country, is as a result of temporary difficulties caused by the delay in the supply of light crude among others. The Ministry also cited the non-availability of gas from the West... Read more
Journalist of the year to receive SUV
For the first time since the establishment of the annual Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) awards, two prospective winners will this year walk home with brand new vehicles each. The 2015 Journalist of the Year will receive a Hyundai Creta Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) while the Best Financial Reporter will... Read more
Embattled Montie FM panellists ‘harmless’ – BNI
The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) has said their investigations have shown that the two radio panelists who threatened the lives of judges in the country are actually harmless. A statement from the BNI said the two – Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn do not have the capability... Read more
CPP Youth League commiserates with families of Sallafest stampede
The Youth League of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has sent its condolences to families who lost their loved ones in the Asawase Sallafest stampede. In a statement issued on Thursday, July 7 and signed by the Communications and Student Command Head, Commander Jason Tutu and the Secretary to... Read more
BNI quizzes staff of St. Dominic Hospital over payroll fraud
The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) has begun interrogation of at least sixteen (16) newly recruited staff of the St. Dominic Hospital, Joynews has gathered. Sources say the BNI invited the workers to assist with investigations of the alleged payroll fraud at the facility following Joynews’ expose. The staff... Read more
We won’t tolerate political impunity in Ashanti Region – Kofi Boakye
The Ashanti Regional Police Command has promised to crush what it calls political impunity in the Region. Regional Commander, COP Kofi Boakye said the era where politicians in the Region break the law was over. Speaking to the media on the general security situation in the Region, COP Kofi... Read more
Mahama apologises over dumsor-like power cuts
President John Dramani Mahama has asked Ghanaians to bear with government over the recent cuts in power supply. “I will crave your indulgence and urge all of you to understand. We are not declaring loadshedding.” Recent power cuts have been similar to the outages that resulted in the creation... Read more