24November2014

News in Ghana

BNI Was Right To Invite Citi FM Boss - President Mahama

President John Mahama has defended the decision of the Bureau of National Investigations ( BNI) to invite Citi FM’s Chief Executive Officer and Editor of the Daily Graphic for questioning regarding stories they published which indicated that a Ghanaian woman, Nayeli Ametefeh, who  was busted for cocaine in the UK, held a diplomatic passport.

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50 Out Of The 200 Senior High Schools Near Completion– Seth Terkper

Finance Minister, Seth Terkper is adamant that the Better Ghana Agenda of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for quality, affordable and accessible education remains on course.

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‘Immunities Affect Comments Made On Parliamentary Floor Only’

The Speaker of Parliament, Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, yesterday reminded members of Parliament that parliamentary immunities and privileges regarding speech affected only comments made on the floor of the House.

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NPP Launches Membership Drive

Mr Robert K. Abekah, Chairman of Kpormeitey branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) says the party’s flagbearer has plans to build a new Ghana devoid of corruption and abuse of human rights.

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Nayele’s Arrest Was A Collaboration Between Ghana, Britain – NACOB

The Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) has revealed that the arrest of Nayele Ametefeh at the Heathrow Airport on Monday happened as a result of a collaborative effort between Ghana and Britain.

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