Here are the top 5 stories of day.
PHOTOS: AMA marks Special Prosecutor office with ‘stop work’ sign; demands permitThe relatively bigger office space allocated to the Office of the Special Prosecutor in October 2018, has been marked with the ‘Stop work and produce permit’ inscription by officials of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), a situation that hampers the ongoing construction of a fence-wall.
RTI Bill to be passed when parliament resumes sitting-Information MinisterThe Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, says the Right to Information (RTI) Bill will be passed into law when parliament resumes sitting from January 29 2019.
Ahmed's murder: Minority calls for arrest of Kennedy AgyapongThe Minority have called for the arrest of Assin Central Member of Parliament Kennedy Agyapong in connection with the murder of Tiger Eye P.I journalist Ahmed Hussien-Suale.
CAF CC: Asante Kotoko draw Zesco United and Al Hilal in group stageAsante Kotoko has been placed in group C of the CAF Confederation Cup after an impressive 5-3 aggregate over Cameroon’s Coton Sport de Garoua.
Gov’t suspends tax stamp policy on textileGovernment has suspended plans to begin the implementation of the tax stamp policy for the textile industry which was slated for this month.