Calls for the President to constitute new Boards for key government institutions have intensified due to the potential administrative lapses further delays could cause.
Parliament has passed the Customs Amendment bill, despite protests from the minority arguing that the bill breaches the constitution.
The law seeks to scrap duties on both old and new spare parts brought into the country.
A Deputy Minister for Finance, Mr Kwaku Kwarteng, thinks that it was needles for the minority members of parliament to have invited the Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta to the House over the $2.25 bond issue.
The Minister for Food and Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, has indicated the use of improved seeds by maize farmers in Ghana poses a serious threat to food security in the country.
Speaking at the 10th Anniversary
Vice President, Mahamudu Bawumia, has touted the launch of a new specialised bank, the Construction Bank, as a significant chapter in Ghana’s banking industry.
Delivering a keynote address on Wednesday at the unveiling of the bank in Accra, Dr Bawumia urged the Board of Directors
As part of its corporate philanthropy activities, Investigroup Company, an investment consulting firm with interest in the USA, China and Africa, has made a donation of Gh¢25,000 to Lilian Foundation for the construction of an ultra-modern toilet facility for the use of orphans.
As part of government’s desire to make the country the most business-friendly in Africa, a new initiative has been launched to make it possible for businesses to be registered within a day.