Rot at ECG: Anas catches corrupt officials on tape

 

ecg logoHeads will soon roll at the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) where information available to The Mirror indicates that some members of staff and contractors have been caught red-handed in illegal deals in yet-to-be released video recordings from undercover investigations conducted by ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremyaw Anas.

Ghana should get health worker-patient relationship right

 

nurseleader twoAccra, Jan. 14, GNA – An old man was rushed to one of the country’s hospitals, critically ill. The expectation of people at the medical facility was that he was going to enjoy prompt attention.

     That was not the case! An angry nurse yelled at the old man for reporting late to the hospital in a critical condition.

Government team discusses economic situation with stakeholders

 

img.myghana.tvAccra, Jan. 14, GNA - The Government has assured the public that it has put in place a mechanism to ensure that further increases on the world prices of crude oil will not affect fuel prices locally.
     A statement issued in Accra on Saturday signed by Mr Baba Jamal said the assurance was given at a meeting on Friday between the government's economic management team and stakeholders
to discuss the current economic situation in the country especially the recent fuel price increases.
     The statement said the meeting, which was frank and fruitful, discussed the effects of the recent fuel price increase and the reasons that occasioned it.
  

2012 polls would be a test case-President Mills

president millsAkuapem,(E/R), Jan 13, GNA-President John Evans Atta Mills says the December general elections will be the yardstick to test the country’s much-touted democratic credentials.
     According to the President, giving his government’s commitment as well as adequate preparations towards an incident free poll, Ghana will pass what he called the "democratic test".

Government spends GHC 760 on petroleum subsidies annually-Veep

 

john-mahamaAccra, Jan 13, GNA - Vice President John Dramani Mahama has convened stakeholders meeting in Accra on Friday, with a call on Ghanaians to offer constructive criticisms and advice that could help government live up to her responsibilities.

   He said:“The economy belongs to all Ghanaians and not only Government, and there is the need

President Mills receives special message from President Ouatarra

alassane-ouattaraAccra , Jan 13, GNA - A delegation from  La Cote d’Ivoire, led by Interior Minister Ahmed Bakayoko on Friday delivered a special message to Ghana’ President  John Evans Atta Mills at the Osu Castle in Accra.

Google to help Ghana businesses online

 

google pictureAccra, Jan. 13, GNA - Google Ghana on Friday launched “Africa, Get Your Business Online”, an initiative to bring most Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) online in the next two years.

     The initiative is expected to transform the Ghanaian SME landscape and contribute

Farmer jailed five years for stealing from church

 

black-men-jailJuaso (Ash), Jan 13, GNA - For burgling a church, a farmer has been sentenced by the Juaso Circuit Court to serve a five-year jail term in hard labour.

         Yaw Owusu pleaded guilty to charges of unlawful entry and stealing items valued at GH¢1,020.00, belonging to the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International.

Ghana’s oil has repercussions for women in Western Region – Dr...

 ghana-oil-who-will-benefit-from-ghana-oil-ghanaians-or-others-300x225Accra, Jan. 12, GNA –Recent research findings show that Ghana’s oil sector has socio-economic implications on gender, and impacts negatively particularly on women living in the Western Region.
 

Landlords in Adenta up in arms against Ghana Highways Authority

 

Road-ConstructionAccra, Jan 9, GNA – Some aggrieved landlords and landladies along the Madina-Pantang Highway in Adenta, have called on President John Evans Atta Mills to call to order personnel of the Ghana Highways Authority (GHA) who are persistently harassing them.
     They claimed they have the necessary documents covering the lands they