In a recent family funeral meeting, the question was asked by my uncle, a medical doctor and the chairman of the funeral committee: “Who will be responsible for the ambulance. What about the ambulance that transported her to the hospital when she was sick?”
The Member of Parliament for Bongo in the Upper East Region, Edward Abambire Bawa has raised issues with how the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) company has gone ahead to pay an additional $3million to Springfield Energy in a dispute, against the advice of the company's legal counsel after Alfred Obeng exited as Managing Director.
SHOULD THE CHIEF JUSTICE, MADAM SOPHIA AKUFFO AND OTHER HIGH RANKING GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, INCLUDING MINISTERS, RE-EVALUATE THEIR PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS RELATIONSHIPS, WITH ANY PERSONS CURRENTLY UNDER FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC INVESTIGATIONS IN GHANA IN THE INTEREST OF FAIRNESS?
Nana Opoku Frefre, son of Otumfuo Gyaase or Otumfuo Buabasa Royal House has responded to comments made by the Member of Parliament of Bongo Constituency in the Upper East Region, Edward Abambire Bawa that Ghana has no king; all traditional rulers are chiefs.
In the not so recent past, under the watch of former President John Dramani Mahama, Ghana suffered a crippling power production deficit that was christened Dumsor- similar to the power crisis under former President John Agyekum Kufuor.
Just a few questions, please. So, in whose interest do politicians take decisions? When parliamentarians sit in the chamber of parliament to execute their mandates, do they have the ordinary man in mind? When the president is appending his signature to anything, in whose interest does he do it?