• Chinese told to respect Ghanaian laws - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebChinese told to respect Ghanaian lawsGhanaWebMr Stephen Shum, one of the leaders of Ghana/China Chamber of Commerce, said the Chamber organised seminars for the local Chinese community on tax and immigration laws as well as security issues affecting their businesses and residents permits.
  • I haven't decided to leave Parliament – Bagbin - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsI haven't decided to leave Parliament – BagbinGhana Business NewsSpeaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Accra, he said what might have led to those media reports was a reasoning he shared with some members that he should perhaps give the opportunity to some younger persons he had groomed to also contest ...I've not quit Parliament yet, I have to mentor more MPs – BagbinCitifmonlineall 7 news articles »
  • Age to enter Ghana's parliament must be 27 – Amoako Baah - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebAge to enter Ghana's parliament must be 27 – Amoako BaahGhanaWebGhana should consider placing the age at which citizens can stand for parliamentary elections at 27 years, a former head of the Political Science Department of KNUST has proposed. According to Dr Richard Amoako Baah, a lot of people are eyeing ...and more »
  • Parliament, GIGS clash over petroleum Bill - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament, GIGS clash over petroleum BillGhanaWebWhile the CSOs and Members of Parliament praise the entire Bill for its potential to promote investment and have applauded Ghana's Hybrid System of Petroleum agreement in the Bill, GIGS, on the other hand, is unconvinced about the prospects of some of ...and more »
  • NPP MP Hammond Wants $52B, Not $62B, for Ghana?(2) - GhanaWeb
    NPP MP Hammond Wants $52B, Not $62B, for Ghana?(2)GhanaWebGhana, before that apology, Mr. K. T. "Hybrid" Hammond jabbed that Dr. Kunbuor's statement was "...'...the most disgraceful statement that has ever been made by any member in (Parliament); it is insulting, it is foolish and should never be allowed...I ...
  • Ghana's Parliament spokesperson Jones Kugblenu is dead - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationGhana's Parliament spokesperson Jones Kugblenu is deadGhana Broadcasting CorporationThe late Jones Kugblenu was in charge of Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana's Parliamentary Service, he coordinates Media and Public Relations work of the lawmaking body, involving the maintenance of continuous liaison with the media, governmental ...Jones Kugblenu of Parliament's Public Affairs is deadGraphic OnlineParliament's spokesperson Jones Kugblenu is deadGhanaWeball 6 news articles »
  • Service Providers call for enforcement of sanitation laws - allghananews.com
    Service Providers call for enforcement of sanitation lawsallghananews.com24, GNA - Mrs Ama A. Ofori-Antwi, the Executive Secretary of Environmental Services Providers Association (ESPA) has called for the enforcement of the country's existing sanitation bye laws to ensure a clean and healthy environment. She expressed ...and more »
  • Parliamentary Press Corps expresses shock over the death of Jones Kugblenu - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationParliamentary Press Corps expresses shock over the death of Jones KugblenuGhana Broadcasting CorporationThe Parliamentary Press Corps of Ghana says the sudden death of the Director of Public Affairs of Ghana's Parliament, Mr. Jones Kugblenu was received with shock while on their way to Goaso in the Asunafo North Constituency of the Brong Ahafo, to ...
  • NDC parking comedians into Parliament - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebNDC parking comedians into ParliamentGhanaWebBut the New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP speaking on Adom FM's morning show 'Dwaso Nsem' Friday said Parliament is a very important institution and so they should check activities of those who have shown interest to represent their people in parliament.and more »
  • Parliament ratifies Arms Trade Treaty - Graphic Online
    Graphic OnlineParliament ratifies Arms Trade TreatyGraphic OnlineReacting to the ratification of the ATT, the Ghana Small Arms Commission (GSAC), expressed gratitude to Parliament for the move. A statement signed by the Executive Secretary of the GSAC, Mr Jones B Applerh, also expressed appreciation to the West ...and more »