• Parliament to pass Bill to cap statutory funds at 25% | Ghana News - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineParliament to pass Bill to cap statutory funds at 25% | Ghana NewsCitifmonlineParliament is today (Tuesday) expected to pass the bill that will allow the government to cap its budgetary allocation to statutory funds at twenty-five percent.Akufo-Addo Will Destroy Mahama's Ghana – NDC MPs warn ...Peace FM Onlineall 3 news articles »
  • Gov't to introduce legislation to safeguard Zongo Fund - Ghana
    Gov't to introduce legislation to safeguard Zongo FundGhanaHe said the establishment of the Fund was in line with the Government's agenda of transforming the country, saying; “no budget of Ghana has dedicated funds for the transformation and development of Zongo communities since independence.” The Vice ...and more »
  • Mike Oquaye : Ghana's Speaker of Parliament is a "big fool" - Sekou Nkrumah - Pulse.com.gh
    CitifmonlineMike Oquaye : Ghana's Speaker of Parliament is a "big fool" - Sekou NkrumahPulse.com.ghSekou Nkrumah, son of Ghana's first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah has hit hard at Ghana's Speaker of parliament following comments that Nkrumah was not the founder of Ghana. Professor Mike Oquaye has said that it is "false" to say that Dr Kwame ...Nkrumah not the founder of Ghana – Mike Oquaye | Ghana NewsCitifmonlineSpeaker of parliament Mike Oquaye is a fool – Sekou NkrumahGhanaWeball 10 news articles »
  • AG sued over common fund allocation to MPs, RCCs | Ghana News - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineAG sued over common fund allocation to MPs, RCCs | Ghana NewsCitifmonlineThe Attorney General has been dragged before the Supreme Court by two persons over the allocation of a portion of the District Assembly Common Fund to ...and more »
  • UK Parliament: No evidence that GĂĽlen, movement behind coup ... - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineUK Parliament: No evidence that GĂĽlen, movement behind coup ...CitifmonlineContrary to accusations made by President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄźan and the Turkish government, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the UK Parliament has ...and more »
  • Re: Ghana risks being blacklisted over anti-money laundering policy - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsRe: Ghana risks being blacklisted over anti-money laundering policyGhana Business NewsThe International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (Volumes 1 & 2) published in March 2017 by the United States Department of State DID NOT assert Ghana was at risk of being blacklisted. The report found that Ghana's AML laws are largely compliant ...
  • Vetting of 50 Deputy Ministers begins today | Ghana News - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineVetting of 50 Deputy Ministers begins today | Ghana NewsCitifmonlineParliament's Appointments Committee will resume public hearing today, Monday at Parliament House to vet the final batch of President Akufo-Addo's ministerial ...Vetting of 50 deputy ministers begins today â–· YEN.COM.GHYEN.COM.GHall 13 news articles »
  • India to help Ghana build new parliament - YEN.COM.GH
    YEN.COM.GHIndia to help Ghana build new parliamentYEN.COM.GHThe Indian government has revealed its plans to assist Ghana construct a new 400-seater parliament. Click here to get the latest news in Ghana. This new parliament is expected to replace the old 275-seater capacity parliament which was recently torn ...India to help Ghana build 400-seater capacity Parliamentary ChamberGraphic OnlineNew Chamber : India to build 400-seater capacity parliament for GhanaPulse.com.ghIndia to help build 400-seater Parliamentary Chamber for GhanaStarr 103.5 FMall 4 news articles »
  • Minister assures Presidency, Parliament of adequate security - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineMinister assures Presidency, Parliament of adequate securityCitifmonlineThe Minister of the Interior, Mr Ambrose Dery, has assured the Presidency and Parliament that the security agencies are committed to employing effective measures to protect the security of the President and Members of Parliament (MPs). He was answering ...and more »
  • Parliament approves budget for Ministry of Chieftaincy - Ghana News Agency
    Ghana News AgencyParliament approves budget for Ministry of ChieftaincyGhana News AgencyThis follows a motion moved by Mr Kofi Dzamesi, Minister of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs on the floor of Parliament for the house to approve an amount of GHČĽ34, 328,789 as budget allocation for the year 2017. The Ministry of Chieftaincy and ...and more »