Ghanaian Chronicle

Cocaine War Halts Parliament


By Stephen Odoi-Larbi The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Edward Doe Adjaho, was yesterday compelled to suspend proceedings of the House for some time, when the circumstances under which 12.5kg of cocaine escaped security personnel at the Kotoka International Airport was raised on the floor, which angered members from both sides of the House.

MPs, Police In Hot Exchanges Over FC Lands


By Richard Attenkah & Fatima Adam A team of four uniformed police personnel from the Greater Accra Regional Police Command, led by Corporal D. Agbehiadzi yesterday clashed with members of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Lands and Forestry at the Achimota Forest Reserve, opposite the Forestry Commission (FC).

National Sanitation Day Gets Massive Support

Julius Debrah

By Maame Agyeiwaa Agyei ([email protected]) Fidelity Bank is to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development on the second edition of the National Sanitation Day (NSD) to initiate construction of toilet facilities.

Konadu Boy Threatens To Sue BNI


From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi  The Deputy Director of Communications of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Ernest Owusu Bempah, has declared his readiness to engage in a legal battle with the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) over what he says is an infringement on his freedom and fundamental human rights.

Ametefe: I’m Only A Courier


  The Ghanaian/Austrian lady arrested with 12.5 kilos of cocaine at Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom says she is prepared to go to jail.

‘Abodam’ In Prison Over ‘Wee’

Kwaw Kese smoking wee

From Richard Owusu-Akyaw, Kumasi The Kumasi Metropolitan Circuit Court, presided over by Mr. Justice William Boampong, has remanded ace musician Kwaw Kesse, also known as ‘Abodam’, into prison custody for two weeks, pending forensic laboratory investigations into substances suspected to be Indian hemp, which were seized from him.

World Bank Urges Ghana To Ban Plastics

By Maame Agyeiwaa Agyei ([email protected]) The World Bank has challenged the government of Ghana to be more pragmatic in its approach in tackling the filth that has engulfed the country, suggesting to President John Dramani Mahama to be bold to ban the use of plastic bags in the country.

DVLA Exposes Zoomlion … After Surreptitious Sale Of Duty- Free Trucks

why zoomlion

By Emmanuel Akli Sanitation giants, Zoomlion Ghana Limited appears to have stabbed the government in the back. After being assisted to clear 100 refuse trucks, 154 dump trucks, 38 towing trucks and 1230 motor bikes on permit the company has turned round to sell some of these trucks to individuals, without the blink of the […]

Mahama Under Siege … As Energy Crisis, Cocaine Overwhelm Gov’t


By Emmanuel Akli President John Dramani Mahama is obviously not a happy man at the moment. The recurrent energy crisis has crippled the economy, leading to the collapse of industries and laying off of workers.

British High Commission Responds To Chronicle Editorial

 With regard to a report in The Chronicle newspaper on 20 November, the British High Commission (BHC) wishes to clarify the following points;

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