Ejura Committee Of Enquiry Report Is Out: Makes One Moot Recommendation As Simon Osei Is Not Touched
The gruesome murder of Macho Kaaka, an Ejura community social and political activist, resulted in a resultant youth-led demonstration and eventual murder of two persons, and the maiming of four persons, with one, having his legs amputated. The President then asked the Minister of Interior, to start a public enquiry and after sitting for an initial week and gaining an additional weeks extension, they brought their enquiry to a close, days back.
The Ghana Police Service is a leading body responsible for the internal security of the country. It is under the Ministry of Interior. The Ghana Police Service has been mandated to enforce law and order among the people of Ghana. The Ghana Police Service falls far short to the United Nations Police to Citizen ratio of 1:450.
The Member of Parliament for the Sagnarigu constituency, Alhaji A. B. A. Fuseini, has indicated that the Ministry of Interior has some serious questions to respond to because they give licenses to mining companies to procure and transport explosives in Ghana. Alhaji A. B.
On Tuesday 3rd May, 2022 has been declared statutory holiday for Ghanaians. The Member of Parliament for Nandom Constituency and Minister for Interior, Mr Ambrose Dery has declared 3rd May, 2022 as public holiday. This special day marks the "Eid-Ul-Fitr" which is a statutory holiday as Muslims after 30 days of fasting and prayers.
The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) Has Now Open Their Online Recruitment For 2020/ 2021 Applicants The fire service of Ghana is a body working under the Ghanaian Ministry of Interior. It was established 21 years ago with its primary objective being management and prevention of unprecedented fire breakouts in the whole of Ghana. The Ghana National Fire Service in every year recruit new people, they have now opened their doors for the online application for those who want to apply.Before you think of applying
It may be recalled that, in July 2021, the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo charged the Minister of Interior to establish a Commission of Enquiry into the disturbances in Ejura. This commission was charged with the mandate to establish circumstances that led to the eruption of the disturbances and to also layout recommendations to this effect.
The Ghana Armed forces of the Ministry of Defense have initiated a joint training exercise with the various security agencies at Takoradi in the Western Region Of Ghana. The three days training exercise which commenced on Wednesday will end on Friday 9th October, 2020. The exercise which has been christened 'EXERCISE WESTERN SHIELD' and its involves the Ghana Police Service, Ghana Immigration service, Ghana Fire Service and the Ghana Prison Service all from the Ministry of Interior. The sole purpose is to maintain
The Ministry of Interior has announced that coming Tuesday, September 21, is a Public Holiday and must be treated as such throughout the country. This holiday is a day to observe the late first President of the Republic, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah thus, a memorial day.
Mr Eric Nana Agyemang-Prempeh, is the Director General of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and since his appointment, he has severally received commendation for his work.
On Wednesday, November 24, an emergency meeting was held and the Upper East Regional Security Council has placed a ban on the wearing of the smock in the Bawku township. This decision was taken by the Upper East Regional Security Council following the incidents of shooting in the Bawku township.
The President of the Republic of His Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo today, Thursday, 8th April, 2021, attended a stakeholders conference, organized by the Ministry of Interior.
The Government of the republic of Ghana has declared Thursday, January 7, 2021 as a public holiday. A press release from the Ministry of Interior and signed by Hon. Ambrose Dery indicates that the day, known as 'Constitutional Day' is set aside to commemorate the coming into effect of the 1992 Constitution and the birth of the Fourth Republic in 1993. "The general Public is hereby reminded that Thursday, January 7, 2021 which marks 'Constitiutional Day" is a statutory Public Holiday and should be observed as
Please like and share this page for more updates. Boxing Day is a holiday celebrated the day after Christmas Day. It is celebrated on 26 December thus being the second day of Christmastide. Boxing Day originated as a holiday to give gifts to the poor, but today, the day is primarily known for enjoyment such as going to the beach, excursions, parties, shopping etc. It originated from the United Kingdom and is celebrated in many countries all over the world. When the Boxing Day falls on weekday, it is declared
In ongoing news, murder cases continue to occur in this country which is extremely pitiful.What's more, I will accept this open door to beg the Ministry of Interior, National security chief, and service of protection to back up and figure out how to stop burglary, mishap, and murder cases going on in the country.
Many Ghanaians had in mind that,the this years farmers day which shall be held on the 6th of this month would be a holiday and has Plans for that day.However, an information coming from the Ministry of Interior reveals that this coming Friday which is 6th and farmers day is not a public holiday. The ministry further explained that, Friday, November 6, 2020, is not a public holiday for citizens in the country though the National Farmers’ Day will be observed on 6th November this year. However, Friday, December
The Bureau of Public Safety Ghana (BPS) is urging the Ministry of Interior to reconsider the decision to deploy 200 police officers to protect Members of Parliament, following the recent murder of the Member of Parliament for Mfantseman Constituency, Mr. Ekow Quansah Hayford. They are saying that not only Members of Parliament must be protected against possible attacks, but most importantly the entire Ghanaian populace must be safeguarded. Indeed, all Ghanaians matter; not just a select few. When the entire
The Ministry of Interior has consented to give all Members of Parliament (MP) with police protectors. Then, 200 police work force have been point by point to give individual security to 200 MPs in spite of the fact that there are an aggregate of 275 MPs. This is on the grounds that a few MPs twofold as Ministers of State and as of now have police body monitors. Notwithstanding that, a course of action is to be made for additional police security in the homes of MPs. This is coming in the wake of the killing
‘Friday, November 6 not a public holiday. The Ghanaian farmer is a major contributor to the economy of mother Ghana. The nation deemed it fit to celebrate farmers, who have contributed their quota in diverse ways. The first Friday in the month December, is set aside to celebrate our selfless farmers, for working hard to feed the nation. The day is declared a public holiday. The narrative seems to be different as far as this year's farmers day celebration is concern. The Ministry of Interior, Honourable Ambrose
The Ministry of Interior has with immediate effect, deployed 200 Police personnel to serve as guards to Members of Parliament (MPs) till the end of the year. This comes after the MP for the Mfanteman Constituency, Ekow Hayford Kwansa, was shot dead by some armed robbers last Friday dawn. The killing of the member of Parliament has generated lot of reactions from the public including President Nana Addo, Speaker and members of Parliament. The President charged the Inspector General of Police to look into the
In a tweet, the Ministry of Interior says November 6, considering the transfer from December 4 to the said date of this year's National Farmer's Day Commemoration, will not be a public holiday. In the declaration signed by the Minister of the Interior, Ambrose Dery, on November 2, 2020, the ministry claimed that "the general public is hereby told that Friday, November 6, 2020, is not a public holiday, even though the National Farmers Day will be celebrated on that day." However, the Ministry notes that Friday