The High Court adjourned the hearing of criminal charges against embattled Assin North Member of Parliament, James Gyakye Quayson, to allow for the hearing of a pending application at the Supreme Court.
A latest survey conducted by the Ghana Statistical Service with other stakeholders in the fight against corruption has ranked the Ghana Police Service as the most corrupt institution among 23 other institutions sampled.
Despite a last-minute attempt to arrest the motion on grounds of lack of quorum, Parliament has approved a $750 million loan agreement with the Afrexim Bank for funding infrastructure projects and budget support.
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has issued notices to ten street preachers and five persons engaged in the sale of products using a public address system in the Central Business District (CBD) for operating without a permit and making noise contrary to AMA Abatement of Noise Bye-Law 2017.
Brother of late President John Evans Atta Mills has accused the Atta Mills Institute and the Coastal Development Authority of tampering with the tomb of the ex-president without recourse to the family.
President Akufo-Addo says sixty district courts, sixty bungalows for judges, and three new high courts for three of the six newly created regions will be commissioned before the start of the legal year in October.
A team of experts from the World Health Organisation will be deployed to Ghana over the next couple of days to provide coordination, risk assessment, and infection prevention measures in support of ongoing investigations into the latest outbreak of the Marburg virus.