Month: May 2023

Domelevo Expresses Sadness as Presidency Takes Center Stage in Unconstitutional Acts, Reacting to Supreme Court Ruling

Former Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo, says he is saddened that the Office of the President is at the forefront of breaching Ghana’s constitution. His comments follow the Supreme Court’s ruling that described as unconstitutional the directive for him to proceed on leave in June 2020. Speaking on Top Story on Joy FM, Mr Domelevo noted that […]

Richard Ahiagbah Confident: NPP Aims to Replicate Resounding Kumawu Victory in Assin North By-election

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), says it is poised to secure victory in the upcoming by-election in the Assin North Constituency in the Central Region. Parliament on Tuesday declared the Assin North seat vacant, following the Supreme Court’s ruling that sitting MP, James Gyakye Quayson of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), was not fit […]

Ghana Card Demand Surges as Crowds Gather at NIA Centres for SIM Card Reactivation

About 11 million active Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards yet to be re-registered with the Ghana Card risk disconnection and deletion tomorrow as the deadline for the exercise expires today. Following this development, hundreds of people, majority of whom are trying to register their SIMs for the first time, have thronged some National Identification Authority […]

Educationist Says Indigenous knowledge vital in preserving biodiversity

Indigenous communities have vital knowledge about the local ecology which needs to be harnessed to preserve biodiversity and promote a balance in the ecosystem. According to the Principal of St. Monica’s College of Education, Dr. David Okyere Korankye, any endeavor to remedy the problem of environmental degradation will be ineffective unless adequate alternative livelihoods are […]

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