Popular Ghanaian online news portal, MyNewsGh.com, has reported the arrest of two persons in connection with Mfantseman Member of Parliament (MP), Ekow Quansah Hayford. The reports say the suspects were picked up by police investigators from the Central Regional Police Command who have since last Friday been working tirelessly toContinue Reading

Excited officials of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) could not hide their joy with the party’s second position on the ballot sheet, saying it is an indication of their return to the helm of affairs. The party, during the balloting process at the Electoral Commission office in Accra, picked theContinue Reading

Ahead of the 2020 polls, President Akufo-Addo has asked Ghanaians to retain him in office to serve as President for the next four years. This comes after he got the first slot on the ballot sheet following the Electoral Commission’s Tuesday ballot for the 12 qualified Presidential aspirants. The PresidentContinue Reading

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has taken the top position [Esoroho] on the ballot for this year’s crucial presidential and parliamentary elections. Its main contender, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will appear on the number two slot on the ballot paper in the December 7 elections, according to theContinue Reading

Ghana’s COVID-19 total case count has risen to 47,126 with 29 new cases according to updates by the Ghana Health Service. The active cases stand at 347 and the number of recoveries/discharge is now 46,469. Sadly, two more people have died from the virus taking the tally to 310. Positive cases from InternationalContinue Reading

According to data from the National Commission on Small Arms and Light Weapons (NCSALW), there is increasing demand for firearms in the country. The data, which gives a regional breakdown of the percentage of persons who registered for firearms between January and June this year, have the Greater Accra RegionContinue Reading

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has cautioned religious leaders against pronouncements of political prophecies which, it said, could spell doom for the country. Citing the potential consequences of announcements of the possible outcomes of this year’s elections through supposed prophesies by some religious leaders in the country, theContinue Reading