Ghanaian Chronicle

IGP called to intervene in Kumawu chieftaincy row

Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, IGP

By Stephen Odoi-Larbi The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, has been called to intervene in the Kumawu chieftaincy dispute, pending the outcome and final determination of an appeal currently pending before the Court of Appeal.

Sarfo-Asante confirmed Kumawuhene-Elect …Swears oath of allegiance to kingmakers, stool elders today

Dr. Yaw Sarfo-Asante, Kumawuhene-elect

  From Sebastian R. Freiku, Kumasi Barring any last minute hitches, Dr. Emmanuel Yaw Kantanka Sarfo-Asante would be sworn in as the Chief of Kumawu, after swearing the oath of allegiance to kingmakers and stool elders in Kumasi today.

‘AAGBE WO!’ AFAG alleges IMF has recommended VAT on petrol..But Ato Forson says it is not true


Ebo Quansah in Accra The news on the economic front is dire. In spite of  what officials term ‘negotiations are at an advanced stage’ for the International Monetary Fund to bailout Ghana’s ailing economy, the prognosis are not good for the economic prospect of this country, as Ghanaians prepare for the Yuletide, barely two months […]

NDC propaganda aspirant flays gov’t … For discriminating against crop farmers

Asiedu Nketiah

From Michael Boateng, Sunyani An aspiring Brong-Ahafo Regional Propaganda Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Prince Diawuo, has noted that the government has been unfair to food crop farmers, in terms of the provision of incentives, as compared to cash crop farmers, especially, cocoa farmers in Ghana. Mr. Prince Diawuo, in an interview […]

UFP Chairman saves KATH patient

Nana Agyenim Boateng(second right) with a team of medical personnel and the patien

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi A 29-year-old patient at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), who desperately needed a GH¢7,300 to undergo surgery, can now heave a sigh of relief, after the National Chairman of the United Front Party (UFP), Nana Agyenim Boateng, aka Gyataba, paid the amount to cater for the treatment. Nana Agyenim Boateng, […]

Nana confers with head of Ahmadiyya Mission


The Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday, October 28, 2014, paid a courtesy call on the new Ameer and Missionary in-charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Alhaji Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih, to congratulate him on his elevation as the head of the Mission in Ghana. Accompanied by Dr. […]

IMF negotiations should be transparent -CSOs

International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde

By Mohammed Awal [email protected] Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have asked the government to involve Ghanaians in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) negotiations for bailout, arguing that “transparency and a perceived sense of inclusiveness” in such an important programme would benefit both the government and IMF. “While conceding that the negotiations must necessarily be between government […]

‘Journalists are killing micro finances in Ghana’

MD of First Liberty Financial Services, Odeneho Afram Obremong III, addressing customers

From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi THE COLLAPSE of many micro financial institutions in the country has been attributed to negative reportage and false alarms by the media, especially radio stations. The Managing Director of First Liberty Financial Services Limited, Odeneho Afram Brempong III, has blamed the media, particularly local radio stations for the difficulties micro finance […]

Julius Debrah woos security agencies – To join in fight against filth

Mr. Julius Debrah interacting with the IGP Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan

By Stephen Odoi-Larbi Ghana’s ranking among the ten worst performing countries in the latest UN Sanitation Standards survey has triggered an immediate response, with the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development moving into action on Monday, to solicit the support of the security agencies in the fight against filth.


Mr James Zuugah Tiigah, Upper East Regional Minister 1

From William N-lanjerborr Jalulah, Bolgatanga DEVELOPMENT WATCHERS in the Upper East Region are yet to come to terms with the kind of leadership style President John Dramani Mahama is running as they continue to question his frequent reshuffling of regional ministers, which has left the region without a regional minister for close to three months.

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