Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu, has turned down a request to investigate how an amount of Ghc40 million cedis was allegedly transferred from the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST), to the presidency between August 2015 and early January 2017. The group calling itself the Centre for National Affairs, wanted the Special Prosecutor to probe ...
In less than one month, I have chanced upon separate photographs of President Akufo-Addo and his wife, H.E. Rebecca Akufo-Addo taken with the President of StarTimes. Photoshop? I quizzed. But, later on, I saw a Facebook post of Auntie Becky excitedly confirming her “tour of the impressive Star Times Corporation.” To paraphrase Ng?g? wa Thiong’o […]
Dr Osae Local governance expert at the Institute of Local Government Studies, Dr. Eric Oduro Osae, has called for the awakening of the masses to hold politicians responsible and make them accountable for every little resource entrusted into their hands. “We need to hold our politicians accountable for management of resources and vote them out […]
Some drivers and a section of the general public have expressed outrage at the latest fuel price hike that has hit the GH¢5 mark at some fuel stations as of Monday, September 17, 2018. Checks by Goldstreet Business at some fuel stations in Accra revealed that a litre of diesel and petrol are being sold […]
After more than a decade of substantial economic progress, Ghana is today one of the world’s most attractive emerging market investment destinations. Ghana’s most dynamic entrepreneurs are in the forefront of these remarkable economic advances. Be it in the banking, food processing, construction, energy or service sectors,Ghanaians champions are seizing the ...
This edition of the Point of View with Bernard Avle looks at Ghana’s DTT platform and what role StarTimes has to play in enhance it. His guests are George Andah (Deputy Communications Minister), Sam George (MP for Ningo Prampram) and Gloria Hiadzi (Executive Secretary, GIBA)
Monster fireball lights up the night sky in Ghana after Atomic Junction petrol station explodes and forces thousands to flee for their lives Fuel station in Ghana’s capital on fire after blaze started at 7.30pm local time Photographs show gigantic fire ball as residents flee the city of Accra in panic It is unknown whether […]
Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu, has turned down a request to investigate how an amount of Ghc40 million cedis was allegedly transferred from the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST), to the presidency between August 2015 and early January 2017. The group calling itself the Centre for National Affairs, wanted the Special Prosecutor to […]
A petition has been brought before the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, against former President John Dramani Mahama and his then-Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah. The petitioners, who are part of a group known as the Centre for National Affairs, want the two investigated over an alleged transfer of over GHc40 million from Bulk Oil Storage […]
The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) is in the news again, this time over the disappearance of about 600,000 litres of its contaminated fuel. A five-member committee set up by the current Managing Director of BOST, George Mensah Oakley to take stock of five million litres of the off-spec product noticed the disappearance. The […]
Ex-Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng, has sued former international teammate John Paintsil to refund US$ 20,000 he borrowed in camp during the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals in South Africa. In a writ, Boateng is demanding the recovery of the amount plus interest at commercial bank rate from the date the defendant collected the money till […]
Menzgold Ghana Limited has temporarily halted operations effective today, September 13, 2018, following a directive from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The company in a statement said it took the decision to help bring some finality to its seemingly unending woes. “Following the notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission of Ghana issued on ...