There have been well-broadcasted publications about Ghana’s security forces ready to accept new personnel. The Fire Service, Immigration, Prison and Police are all open for new recruits and officers. Although the recruitment process has been marred with political protocols, the purchases are still increasing and it appears many youths in Ghana are ready to try their luck on the opportunity.
The much touted #FixTheCountry demonstration on August 4th, 2021, faces another jolt of being called-off, an impeccable source within the security agency, has hinted this author. The source further disclosed that the likely curtailment of the march is not premeditated; but an inevitable decision that is being induced by a force majeure—the scourge in Covid-19 cases and its related dreadful Delta Variant in the country.
The chief and people of Manwe traditional area in the Wa East District of the Upper West Region have expressed their displeasure over the actions of the joint security forces that invade the Manwe community on Thursday. The forces destroyed some properties that are said to belong to some residents who were suspected to be illegal miners.
President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo will tonight deliver his thirteenth (13th) address to the nation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Information on its official Facebook handle announced this. The 13th Update according to a poster on the page will speak to measures taken against the spread of the novel coronavirus. However, based on an analysis of situations that had transpired over the week, it is highly probable that these two main issues will feature in hi
Ghana may be in interesting times, as according to the NDC's Youth Organizer, their ‘A March for Justice’ demo on Tuesday is coming on unabated. Many will recall that, the Police, in a response to the letter requesting their protection, had cited the Covid-19 restrictions laws, to prevent the NDC Youth wing from its planned demonstration.
Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang-Badu II, the Paramount Chief of Dormaa Traditional Council, speaking at the meeting sent a simple message to the Jean Mensah-led Electoral Commission. He expressed his worries over the nature of the just ended exhibition exercise which was coupled with many challenges. He therefore called on the EC to make sure that the right thing is done to ensure free, fair, transparent and violence-free elections. His comments comes after the just ended voter exhibition exercise which was fraught
Secessionist State of Western Togoland has warned Ghana to desist from perpetrating further atrocities on their supposed citizens in the Volta Region following last Friday's disturbances in the area. Wayback 1956, a plebiscite was conducted whether the then Trans Volta Togoland should be added to the then then Gold Coast, now Ghana. Majority voted in favour and agreed that, they will form part of Ghana and can separate themselves 50 years later if they wanted but the time has elapsed since 2006. It all started
Currently as we speak, Multitude of supporters believed to be NDC members have beseiged the EC Headquarters to protest what they described as "stolen Verdict" This protest according to reports started around 8am this morning, a number of police officials and other security officers fully armed to the teeth has been dispatched to ensure calm. According to the crowd, who are clothed in red and black attire, and some, holding offensive weapons like stones, knives etc, there will be no peace if Mahama is not declared
Wayback 1956, a plebiscite was led whether the then Trans Volta Togoland ought to be added to the then Gold Coast, presently Ghana. Lion's share casted a ballot in favor and concurred that, they will frame part of Ghana and can isolate themselves 50 years after the fact on the off chance that they needed however the time has slipped by since 2006. Everything began in 2017 when a gathering calling itself Western Togolanders dispatched a plan to isolate the Volta Region from Ghana because of the being worked