The Daily Graphic reporter who was banned by Parliament for reporting that it had clandestinely changed two Constitutional Instruments (CI) which were laid before the house, Mark Anthony Vinorkor, has apologised to the Houseâ€™s Privileges Committee.
Veteran journalist and supposed NDC sympathizer,Â Kwesi Pratt has urged the Mahama led administration not to mislead citizens with sweet talk as times are tough for many. He noted although the president cannot be charged for all of the country's woes, since they wield power currently they must be focused in executing gainful projects and determined to create wealth for citizens.
After admitting to receiving aÂ $2 million gift from Abacha in 1998 instead of the bandied aboutÂ $5 million, Jeremiah John Rawlings has sought to extricate himself from the whirlwind his admission has created.
Police in Dzodze in the Ketu North District of the Volta Region on Tuesday July 12, 2016, arrested an electrician for allegedly selling and installing illegal electricity metres to unsuspecting residents.
President Mahama in inaugurating the John Evans Atta Mills Presidential Library has described the late president as a "patriot, tolerant, humble, peace-loving, loyal, devout Christian, father for all and calm leaderâ€ stressingÂ "he was our Rock of Gibraltar."