Updated: 2016-05-27 05:59:40

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A-G’s office to blame for lack of prosecution of electoral cases - IGP

The Inspector General of Police has blamed the office of the Attorney-General for the lack of prosecution of electoral cases involving politicians in the country.


  • Pass Plant Breeders Bill to combat poverty in Ghana – WACCI

    The West Africa Center for Crop Improvement of the University of Ghana, Legon has urged Parliament to resume sitting on the Plant Breeders Bill and to pass it.

  • Today's front pages: Friday, May 27, 2016

    Saving & Loans firms battle identity crisis; ACH direct credit hits GHc5.7bn in first 4mnths; Nigeria oil crisis affects Accra-Lagos flights; IGP to ban social media; Anas Judge thrown out over pay cut; Justice Dotse's bombshell remov all NHIS voters; Bleak future for textile industry; Teachers use mobile phones in teaching ICT



CORRUPTION: An Everlasting Item on Ghana’s Elections Agenda

Undoubtedly, corruption is not only depriving West Africa’s most praised democracy of resources meant for development, but also accelerating the depreciation of trust and goodwill citizens have for her politicians, public office holders, civil servants and anti-corruption institutions.

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Rawlings berates gov’t handling of Ya-Naa’s death; calls for justice

The former President of Ghana, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings

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