Three macho men stormed a radio station in Elmina whiles a live transmission was ongoing. At Benya FM in Elmina, the radio host was expounding on an issue the fishermen in the area have been experiencing. While he was talking about the issues, three men stormed the radio station and beat the host up.
Angry kwabenya traditional leaders in the Dome Kwabenya constituency are calling on the President Nana Akuffo Addo to sack the Ga East Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Elizabeth Kaakie Mann immediately. According to the traditional leaders, the President should sack the MCE with immediate effect or else face their wrath.
There has been hardship in the country recently, the cost of living has been so high, fuel prices has has been increasing day in and out, prices of products at the market has also been increasing and most people has been complaining about their salaries not being paid.
65th Independence day Anniversary celebrations in Obuasi The Municipal Chief Executive for Obuasi, Hon ElijahAdansi-Bonah has called on School children to remain discipline and work hard towards their education. He admonished them to get up again when they fall and not to allow anything to impede their growth and development.
National Youth Authority Chief Executive Officer Pius Enam Hadzide today led a team from the Head Office to inspect progress of work at the Axim Youth Resource Center and held a site meeting with the consultants and contractor working on the project. He started that he's happy to report that work on the phase 2 of the project has resumed in earnest and a revised schedule of work has been adopted.
The National Democratic Congress branch in the Walewale constituency has sent a bold message of warning to the Minister for the North East Region, Hon. Yidana Zakaria, in reaction to his recent directive the Municipal Chief Executive of that area to demolish the NDC constituency office in Walewale.
Maxwell Lugudor, the MCE for Ketu South, has announced that the Ghana Gas Authority will begin building of 15 two-bedroom self-contained units for households devastated by recent tidal waves in the Ketù South District within the next two weeks. Dr Archibald Yao Letsa, the Volta Regional Minister, visited impacted areas in the Ketu South, Keta, and Anloga Districts, and informed the MCE.
The Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly has said it has not received official information to the effect that its suspended Chief Executive has been reinstated. Speaking on Eyewitness News monitored by opemsuo.com, Public Relations Officer of the assembly, John Laste, said the assembly takes the news as a rumour.
Amadu Hamza, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bawku, has made a desperate call to the National Security to act robustly and decisively to stop the dangerous security situation from spiraling out of control. He has cast the situation as extremely scary with people brazenly displaying guns and ammo.
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below if you also believe the IGP deserves some praises. Please follow me for more updates. The Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has heaped praises on the Inspector General of Police, Dr. Akufo Dampare for the kind of leadership he has brought to the Ghana Police Service that has influenced all his subordinates.
The woes of suspended Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) for Sekondi-Takoradi, Abdul Mumin Issa, show no sign of easing as he comes under fire for the unsavory and derisive reference he made about Enchi during his spat with a police officer that has resulted in his suspension from office.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) office in the Western North Region is demanding an apology from suspended Sekondi-Takoradi Mayor, Mr. Abdul Mumin on behalf of the people of Enchi. This is in relation to comments made by the MCE during exchanges with a Police officer in midweek that has landed him in trouble.
Source: www.ghanaweb.com Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye, MP, Odododiodio voting demographic, has charged the public authority to freeze the compensation of the suspended Metropolitan Chief Executive, MCE, of the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA), Abdul-Mumin Issah after he supposedly attacked a cop working.
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ketu-South, Maxwell Kofi Lugudor, has called on society to create the enabling environment for the youth to succeed. According to him the youth have been relegated to the background when it comes to matters pertaining to their development, a situation he observed is resulting in many of them becoming frustrated and resorting to drugs which only destroy them further.
Suspended Sekondi-Takoradi MCE Previous Member of Parliament for Tempane, Joseph Kpemka Dindiok has said the Metropolitan Chief Executive of Sekondi-Takoradi, Abdul Mumin Issah who is court for different offenses, must be sacked on the off chance that he is viewed as blameworthy. His remark comes after the Chamber for Local Governance (ChaLoG) has said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo occupied with lawlessness by suspending Mr Abdul Mumin Issah.
Troubled Chief Executive for Sekondi-Takoradi Abdul-Mumin Issah is of the firm conviction that "in the completion of time, the genuine truth encompassing that awful occurrence will win". The MCE was captured on Thursday, February 3 for perilous driving and dangers against a cop. He was summoned on three charges the next day by the police at the Takoradi Circuit Court.
Ketu South Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) , Maxwell Kofi Lugudor has cautioned contractors engaged in unauthorized and illegal sand winning activities in the Municipality to acquire the requisite documents and Business Operating Permits (BOP) from the Lands Commission, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources etc before engaging such activities to avoid sanctions.
A GH¢2 million task to resettle tidal wave sufferers inside the Ketu South Municipality will start in weeks, in keeping with the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Maxwell Lugudor. He said the Ghana Gas Company had made funds to be had for the undertaking while the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation and the National Lotteries Authority had also pledged to provide resources for the expansion of the assignment.
The Effutu municipality has held a massive clean up exercise in some areas ahead of Ghana's independence celebration slated for 6th March, 2022 in Cape Coast. The celebration to be hosted by the Central region marks 65 years since Ghana attained independence from the British on 6th March, 1957.
Women in Ghana have been urged to work hard and break the bias against them in their day to day activities but have also been advised not to think of over powering men in the fight for equal opportunities. Effutu Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Hon. Alhaji Zubairu Kassim made the suggestion as part of this year's International Women's Day celebration at Winneba in the Central region when he presented some items to women.