The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Maritime Authority, Kwame Owusu has resigned. His resignation comes barely four months after Mr. Owusu was accused of financial misappropriation at the company.
Some ex-workers of defunct UT and Capital Banks who were absorbed into GCB Bank, have threatened to go to the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to be reinstated after their contracts were terminated by the Bank for failing some courses in their secondary level examinations.
The Public Interest and Accountability Committee, (PIAC) is raising a red flag on a decision by the government to use $3.8 million of funds from the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, GNPC for the cost of the litigation on Ghana's maritime boundary dispute with Cote D'Ivoire.
The Ghana Immigration Service has cautioned Landlords that rent their houses to illegal immigrants, according to the service it will be prosecuting property owners and landlords for giving their facilities to foreigners without proper immigration documents.