The Electoral Commission has released a progress report on the ongoing exhibition and re-registration exercise meant to enable NHIS registrants to get the chance to re-register with other forms of identification.
â€œThe Greater Accra Regional Hospital/ Ridge is a few weeks away from openingâ€ #TransformingGhana
The above was a tweet from James Agyenim-Boaten, Presidential Staffer at Office of the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana prompting that soon the hospital then known as the Ridge Hospital and now the Greater Accra Regional Hospital shall be open to the public for use.
Some police officers who wanted to serve under theÂ United Nations and African Union Missions have been duped by fraudsters who tricked them into believing that they were dealing the Inspector General of Police, John Kudalor.
A 23-year-old young man who from Banda Ahenkro in the Brong-Ahafo Region, who allegedly altered his senior high school certificate in a bid to deceive enlistment officials in the ongoing police recruitment exercise has been apprehended in Sunyani.
The National Media Commission has ruled that the content of a broadcast by Joy FMâ€™s Super Morning Show Host Mr. Kojo Yankson on January 13 2016 about two GITMO detainees was misleading to the public and not fair to Mrs. Marietta Brew Appiah-Opong,
Justice Paul Baffoe Bonnie, one of the Supreme Court judges who was supposed sit in the contempt case involving some two panelists, a radio host and management of Accra-based Montie FM, has refused himself from the case.
Two men have been nabbed by the The Anti Human Trafficking Unit of the Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for allegedly masterminding the trafficking of six children and selling them to some slave masters in the Volta Region and Saudi Arabia.
Three men, Sazak Gbegie, Kennedy Ansah, and Jerry Amoah, aged 35, 34 and 26 respectively have been sentenced to a total of 100 years imprisonment with hard labour by a circuit court at Agona Swedru for robbery.