I’LL CREATE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL – PRESIDENT MAHAMA
President John Dramani Mahama has reiterated his commitment to growing the economy and creating equal opportunities for all Ghanaians, irrespective of their political, ethnic or religious backgrounds.
2 IMMIGRATION OFFICERS ARRESTED OVER COLLEAGUE’S DEATH
Two officers of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) have been arrested in connection with the death of their colleague at Matakeho in Tema.
TWO JAILED 35 YEARS FOR DEALING IN COCAINE
Two persons were yesterday sentenced to 35 years imprisonment for illegally importing 414 kilogrammes of cocaine with a street value of $60 million into the country.
I’M COMMITTED TO FIGHTING CORRUPTION – PREZ
President John Mahama has stated that he receives progress reports every forthnight from the Attorney-General on efforts being made to retrieve money paid to service providers under the Ghana Youth.
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UPBEAT MAHAMA PLEDGES JOBS
A bullish President John Mahama yesterday pledged more jobs for Ghanaians through his government’s plans this year to boost public investment in infrastructure — mainly transport, housing, energy and new secondary schools that are the flagship of his educational sector projects.
2014 DEFICIT ACHIEVABLE
The government’s deficit target for 2014 is “fair” and “achievable”, President John Mahama has said in an apparent answer to concerns, especially by international ratings agencies, that Ghana is not doing enough to reduce its fiscal imbalances.
PAY YOUR DEBT – MAHAMA TELLS BROTHER
President Mahama has tasked Merchant Bank and SSNIT to retrieve the debt owed by Engineers & Planners (E&P), a company that is owned by his younger brother, Ibrahim Mahama.
$60M COCAINE GANG JAILED
The Captain of Atiyah Ex Alisam, a semi-submarine vessel, and one of the crew members who were arrested in connection with the importation of 414 slabs of cocaine with a street value of $60 million from British Guyana.
RAWLINGS TELLS LOVE STORY
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has made a rare narration about his journey from courtship to the tying of nuptial knot.
ORPHANS AT RISK; NEARLY 3,000 IN UNLICENSED HOMES
A total of 2,857 children are languishing in 124 unlicensed orphanages throughout the country.
UTILITY HIKES NECESSARY EVIL – PREZ
President John Dramani Mahama says even though he in sync with the challenges facing Ghanaians, he has to take tough and pragmatic measures to carry on with national development.
COCAINE: 2 JAILED 35 YEARS
Two out of the five people who were arrested in connection with the 414 slabs of cocaine that was imported from British Guyana to Ghana have been sentenced to 35 years’ imprisonment with hard labour.
MERCHANT BANK SALE; MAHAMA SWERVES JOURNALISTS AT ‘ECOUNTER WITH THE PRESS’
President John Dramani Mahama has failed to justify the highly-schemed and matured plans by the governing constituted board of directors of Social Security and National insurance Trust (SSNIT) to sell Merchant Bank to Fortiz Equity Fund Ltd, to settle his brother, Mr. Ibrahim Mahama company’s indebtedness to the bank.
FIRST DIGITAL INSTALLS T2 EQUIPMENT
First Digital has begun upgrading its services to DVB-T2 standard in line with the National Communication Authority preferred standard before end of the year by acquiring enhanced T2 Receivers to enjoy more TV Channels and FM Audio Channels.
‘’Sheii Nana’’ —- Northern Region NPP says Akufo Addo is Ghanaians best hope.
Mahama says no to unity government
Evangelist jailed for sodomy
No shaken…we are on course, President allays people fears
2 cocaine gang importers jailed 35 years
How secret government accounts were use to pay for baby items
Corruption has not political colors
Merchant Bank saga—my brother must pay his debt- Prez Mahama
Towards NPP National executives election—- Sir John on hit list
John’s shock confession on Merchant Bank
Kuranchie, others to hit street
Come home and run Nana-NPP youth
Ghanaians have suffered under Mahama
‘’Sack this nuisance MCE’’
Arrest and prosecute Rawlings –Atto Quashie