Majority Leader Taunts RTI Coalitions: Spousal Rights More Fundamental

Majority leader, the Hon. Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has taken a dig at coalitions and Civil Society Groups (CSOs) campaigning for the passage of the Right to Information Bill (RTI), arguing there are more fundamental issues that should concern Ghanaians and Parliament.According to him, the House has been considering the Spousal Rights Bill, which is very critical … Continue reading Majority Leader Taunts RTI Coalitions: Spousal Rights More Fundamental

Create a Country that Pledges Better Future for Children – Gender Minister

Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection has made a passionate call to Ghanaians to create a country that fulfills its promise of a better future for her children as enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). According to her, though Ghana is doing so much to make the lives of … Continue reading Create a Country that Pledges Better Future for Children – Gender Minister

GIVE US OUR COMPENSATION – June 3rd victims

Victims of the June 3rd fire disaster have appealed to Government and Directors of Goil Co. Ltd to agree on a reasonable amount of compensation for each victim for both the survivors and the families of the deceased. Addressing the press, a Human Right Lawyer, Mary Ohenewaa Efful, said after the incidence, victims have been … Continue reading GIVE US OUR COMPENSATION – June 3rd victims

BE IN YOUR LANE – Ga Wulomo tells GAR Minister

The Wulomo of Ga state, Nuumo Ogbaame III has told the Greater Accra Minister Hon. Nii Armah Ashiety to be in his lane and stop interfering with traditional customary rites. According to him, the people of Ga State are peace-loving and for him to suggest sprinkling of kpokpoi to be done in indoors in order … Continue reading BE IN YOUR LANE – Ga Wulomo tells GAR Minister