In what may be the first Court case since the coming into force of Ghana’s Right to Information (RTI) Law, the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has filed a suit at an Accra High Court against Ghana’s media frequency regulator, National Communications Authority (NCA).
Workers of the China Geo-Engineering Corporation, the construction firm executing the Sofoline Interchange project have laid down their tools to protest the failure of management to increase their salaries.
The Ghana Police Service has said the remains of another teenager who got drowned at a beach in Apam have washed ashore in the Gomoa West suburb of Mankoadze about 76.6 km from the national capital Accra.
Foreign Policy and Security Analyst, Adib Saani has said he would be disappointed if the immediate past Auditor-General, Mr Daniel Yao Domelevo does not go to court to challenge the legality of his ‘forced’ retirement.
Frontline health workers at the Tamale COVID-19 treatment centre have threatened to lay down their tools by Friday 12th March over the government’s failure to pay them the 50 percent basic salary allowance which has been in arrears since last year.