• Parliament will review Atuabo contract – Akoto Osei | Business ... - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament will review Atuabo contract – Akoto Osei | Business ...GhanaWebThe Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation, Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei will be making sure the contract for $1 billion Atuabo Gas plant in the Western Region is...Atuabo project was bloated by over $40m – Dr. ManteawCitifmonlineall 4 news articles
  • EU-funded Parliament Support Program concludes in Namibia - News Ghana
    News GhanaEU-funded Parliament Support Program concludes in NamibiaNews GhanaThe Delegation of the European Union and Namibian Parliament recently concluded a five-year Parliamentary Support Program (PSP) in Namibia, which was aimed at strengthening the contribution of Parliament to the poverty reduction agenda. Program...
  • RTI law will benefit all Ghanaians – Oppong Nkrumah - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineRTI law will benefit all Ghanaians – Oppong NkrumahCitifmonlineA Deputy Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has reminded that Right to Information Bill, when passed, will benefit the general public and is not focused on press freedom. He noted that the law will seek to provide members of the public with...and more
  • Galamsey In Ghana: Mining laws to be reviewed - Govt - Business ... - Pulse.com.gh
    Galamsey In Ghana: Mining laws to be reviewed - Govt - Business ...Pulse.com.ghGovernment has hinted plans to review all mining laws so as to be able to efficiently streamline mining activities in Ghana.and more
  • Bill to review service years in Army to be laid before Parliament ... - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebBill to review service years in Army to be laid before Parliament ...GhanaWebThe government is set to introduce a Bill in Parliament that will alter the number of years personnel can serve in the Ghana Armed Forces. This is in line with the...and more
  • Some MPs flouting law by holding dual citizenship – Ablakwa - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineSome MPs flouting law by holding dual citizenship – AblakwaCitifmonlineIn addition to this, Mr. Ablakwa noted that “the other poorly kept secret is the claim that there are some MPs holding dual citizenship in violation of Article 94 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Ghana. Again, I will contend that it's better to see some ...Britain Accuses Ghana Lawmakers of Visa FraudNew York TimesVisa fraud: Kweku Baako defends Jon BenjaminGhanaWebVisa fraud saga: Parl't's Director of Public Affairs confident that the law will take its courseYEN.COM.GHNewsweekall 58 news articles
  • Probe tax waivers granted Chinese company – CSOs to Parliament - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineProbe tax waivers granted Chinese company – CSOs to ParliamentCitifmonlineGhanaian civil society groups within the tax space, have urged Parliament to investigate tax waivers granted a Chinese Petrochemical Corporation, the SINOPEC Group, through an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC)...and more
  • Executive and Parliament give assurances on RTI law - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsExecutive and Parliament give assurances on RTI lawGhana Business NewsRepresentatives of the Executive and Legislative arms of government have given strong declarations that Ghana's decade's old right to information (RTI) bill would be passed into law this year. While government representatives say passage of the bill is...Ghana needs Right to Information legislation now!Graphic OnlineWorld Press Freedom Day arrives as Right to Information Bill enters ...Myjoyonline.com2017 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY OBSERVED IN ACCRAGhanaall 10 news articles
  • Ghana asked to review Constitution to look at LGBTIQ - Ghana ... - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana asked to review Constitution to look at LGBTIQ - Ghana ...Ghana Business NewsChief Superintendent Jones Blantari, Programme Coordinator of Ghana Police AIDS Control Programme has called for a review of the Constitution to make it...and more
  • Parliament sits next week for PAC hearings - Ghana Business News - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsParliament sits next week for PAC hearings - Ghana Business NewsGhana Business NewsThe Public Accounts Committee (PAC),of Parliament would hold public hearing from next Tuesday to Friday to consider financial infractions against the Bank of...and more