As the saying goes, “A good name is better than riches”, that is why King Solomon, the once wise and richest king, asked God for wisdom and not a good name. There is no doubt, that the legal system in Ghana is blessed with several high quality lawyers, and at the mention of top lawyers and in Ghana, the Tsikata family cannot be left out.
The budget presentation is over, though its analysis, debate and comprehensive evaluation is still on, let's go back to history a bit and learn more about some of our politicians, who are making waves on the internet recently. The old school days cannot be forgotten, especially with the yearly organization of the Science and Maths Quiz Program.
In the economy of every country, markets are very important. Ghana, an African country with a population of more than 30.8 million, like all countries in the world has many markets. Some being major and others being minor. Below are 10 famous and biggest Markets in Ghana.
Kayaye (Head Potters) in Accra have expressed anxiety over the numerous challenges they face at the various market centers they work and reside in Accra, with a call on government and non-governmental organizations to come to their aid. In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Ms. Rahinatu Sule, a Kayayo at Accra Tema station, said: “We sleep here in the markets and when we want to bath or urinate unless we pay money.
As we speak now, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) caucus in parliament has moved a motion; and the essence of the motion is to remove the Attorney General, Mr. Godfred Dame from office. The NDC caucus has accused the Attorney General of “impugning the image and integrity of Parliament through statements unbecoming of the Office of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice”. This came following the recent issue involving some 499 students, who sat for and passed the entrance examination of the
Two thousand and thirty four persons who wrote their law examination at the Ghana School of law has reported failed their papers. According to reports, thousand eight hundred and twenty four(2824) persons participated in the exams but only seven hundred and ninety(790) managed to pass.
The Ghana Legal Council (GLC), who exercises supervisory roles over legal education in the country, has been in the news annually over the mass failure of law students and the latest, has seen several students in court, pleading that, they be admitted after they secured the 50% required marks.
The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, has dismissed cases that food costs are heightening on the Ghanaian market. He said the insights being ordered by the service on food costs don't support such cases. Talking at a media commitment in Accra throughout the end of the week, he said costs of food products are somewhat dropping.