Exposed: Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, other MPs took double salary

The current Majority Leader of Parliament of Ghana, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu and some four other Members of Parliament who doubled as Ministers under the former President John Agyekum Kufuor have been accused of taking double salaries. According to Auditor General Reports released by Investigative Journalist, Kevin Taylor on his With All Due Respect progamme yesterday […]Read More

Exposed: Hot audio – NPP UK Vice Chair confesses he

The Vice-Chairman of the United Kingdom branch of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Kingsley Adumata Agyapong popularly known as Wofa K has confessed to a former NPP member, Solomon Owusu that all that he [Wofa K] said about Kevin Taylor on the radio are all lies. Wofa K in radio discussion alleged that […]Read More

Togbe Sei II of Botoku sued over GHc280,000 alleged fraud

The Paramount Chief of Botoku Traditional Area in the Volta Region of Ghana, Togbe Sei II know in his private life as Nelson Mawuli Kwesi Gbadagba has been sued by a Ghanaian businessman, Mr. Carl Adoku for allegedly defrauding him of an amount of GHC280,000. In the writ sighted by, Mr. Adoku said he is […]Read More

EC sacks Odike from IPAC Meeting

The founder of the United Progressive Party (UPP), Akwasi Addai, was turned away from partaking in the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting held on Wednesday. Odike and another person he claimed to be the General Secretary of the UPP were sacked from the venue of the meeting organized by the Electoral Commission (EC) in Accra. […]Read More

Ghana’s coronavirus cases go past 7,500 with 2,421 recoveries

More recoveries have been recorded as Ghana’s Coronavirus case count hits 7,616, the Ghana Health Service has announced. This comes following some 7,117 cases recorded on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The active cases however are 5,161, with 104 more recoveries, making a total of 2421 recoveries and 34 deaths. The Greater Accra Region currently is still leading […]Read More

Ghana earned US$3.3 billion from ‘Year of Return’

Ghana earned US$3.3 billion from the Year of Return initiative, Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has said. According to her, the earnings were proceeds from accommodation, food, shopping, local transport and entertainment. GHS6 million was, however, spent on promoting the Year of Return campaign in and out of the country. The minister emphasised […]Read More

Court throws out Sam George’s suit against EC, fines him

The Tema High Court presided over by Justice Eugene Nyante Nyadu, has struck out an application by Ningo-Prampram MP, Sam George, that sought to restrain the Electoral Commission from holding a scheduled workshop in the Ningo-Prampram constituency. The decision of the High Court was motivated by order 55, rule 6 (2 and 3) of the […]Read More