Ghanaian Chronicle


Mr. Joe Gidisu - Minister of Roads & Highways (left), Nana Akufo-Addo, NPP flagbearer (right)

The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, headed by Professor John Evans Atta Mills, have once again, engaged in a war of attrition over the execution of development projects in the country.

Veep wades in on false prophets

Vice President John Mahama

Vice President John Dramani Mahama, on Friday, called on the clergy and Christian educational institutions to institute measures that would eliminate charlatans and false prophets from society.

Teachers, nurses refuse postings to Krachi West District

AN oil and gas expert from the University of Albert Gordon in Aberdeen, Mr. Ian Philips, has told stakeholders in Ghana’s oil industry that it would require very strong regulatory framework to position the country’s black gold.

Teachers, nurses refuse postings to Krachi West District

The Krachi-West District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr. Moses Kwame Punyah, has expressed concern over the refusal of teachers, nurses, and other government personnel to accept postings to the area.

Trinidad & Tobago to support gov’t develop strong gas industry

The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Mrs. Kamla Persad Bissessar, has stated that her country is more than willing to partner the government of Ghana to improve the country’s energy situation, particularly, in the area of oil and gas.

Police arrest stubborn motorists


The Ashanti Regional Police Motor Traffic Transport Unit (MTTU), led by the Deputy Regional Commander, ACP Kwasi Mensah Duku, last week Friday, rounded up 116 private and commercial vehicles on the Kumasi-Offinso road, for flouting various motor traffic regulations.

Christian Service University holds 34th Graduation ceremony

A cross-secton of the graduands, INSET: The President of the University, Prof. Emmanuel Frimpong, delivering the keynote address

The government has been called upon to reconsider the Legislative Instrument that established the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETfund) to allow the flow of public funds to also support private tertiary institutions in the country.

Kumasi chiefs schooled on new Land Act

The Bantamahene delivering his address

A day’s workshop on the new Land Commission Act has been organised for some selected chiefs in the Kumasi traditional area.

Is NADMO prepared for the rains?

Flashback 2010: A house at Dansoman filled with water after the rains. Pix by Eric Owiredu

The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), and other affiliated organisations responsible for preventing and managing floods, must put measures in place to secure areas that were inundated by floods last year, due to construction works and projects.

Washing on pavements destroying our roads

Waste water from houses flows on to the road because there are no drains/gutters

The Ministry of Roads and Highways must check the operations of second-hand refrigerator dealers at Kaneshie, because their frequent washing of fridges on the pavements of the main Kaneshie-Mallam road is resulting in the road developing potholes.

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