• 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
  • 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...Parliament's spokesperson Jones Kugblenu is deadGhanaWebJones Kugblenu of Parliament's Public Affairs is deadGraphic Onlineall 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
  • Ghana must review gun control laws – CCG - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana must review gun control laws – CCGGhanaWebThe Christian Council of Ghana has called for a review of the country's gun control laws. The call follows the conviction of the 36-year-old man who was arrested at the Church of the President and the Chief Justice with a gun. An Accra Circuit Court on...Christian Council calls for strict gun control lawsGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 3 news articles
  • Complying with the building laws of Ghana - GhanaWeb
    Complying with the building laws of GhanaGhanaWebThis short article focuses on the legal framework regarding unauthorized buildings in Ghana. The laws that we will consider in our discussion include the Towns Act, 1892 (Cap 86), Local Government Act, 1993 (Act 462) and National Building Regulations,...
  • 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
  • 9 Member Parliamentary Delegation From Ghana Parliament Visits Chicago on Real ... - BusinessGhana
    9 Member Parliamentary Delegation From Ghana Parliament Visits Chicago on Real ...BusinessGhanaIt is interesting to note that the real estate industry in Ghana is growing. In recent years the real estate sector has experienced an exponential growth with the market undergoing increased activity with buying, selling, and leasing of property for ...
  • MP: Ghana could become ISIS training grounds if… - Vibe Ghana
    Vibe GhanaMP: Ghana could become ISIS training grounds if…Vibe GhanaGhana Parliament Member of Parliament's Defense and Interior Committee Major Derek Oduro says the nation must be troubled by reports that a Ghanaian graduate has joined militant group in the Middle East, ISIS. “We should be very much troubled if we...
  • Iran Ready to Share Experiences with Ghana: Parliament Speaker - Tasnim News Agency (press release)
    Tasnim News Agency (press release)Iran Ready to Share Experiences with Ghana: Parliament SpeakerTasnim News Agency (press release)“Iran's policy after the victory of the Islamic Revolution (in 1979) has (focused) on promoting and strengthening relations with African countries, including Ghana,” Larijani said in a meeting with Ghanaian Foreign Minister Hanna Tetteh in Tehran on ...Strengthening ties with African states Iran's policyMehr News Agency - English Versionall 21 news articles
  • Ghana could become ISIS training grounds if… – MP - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana could become ISIS training grounds if… – MPGhanaWebMember of Parliament's Defense and Interior Committee Major Derek Oduro says the nation must be troubled by reports that a Ghanaian graduate has joined militant group in the Middle East, ISIS. “We should be very much troubled if we have a situation...and more