Claims by Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Minority Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, that Ghana is the second highest country that contributes fighters to ISIS in Libya, smacks of mischief, Frank Annor Dompreh, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Parliament, has said.
The United Nations said on Monday it has pulled staff out of two districts in southern Malawi where a vampire scare has triggered mob violence in which at least five people have been killed.
The Conference of Heads of Health Training Institutions (COHHETI) has thanked government for restoring the scrapped nursing trainee allowances.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has pulled out of October’s election re-run. Mr Odinga said his withdrawal would give the electoral commission enough time to introduce reforms that will help deliver a more credible election.
The Minority in parliament has called on government to treat as urgent a Libyan report which cites some Ghanaians were reported to be members of the terrorist group, Islamic State.
Ghana has exhausted its Frequency Modulation (FM) Spectrums. To this end, the National Communications Authority (NCA) is not in a position to allocate new FM spectrums until further notice.
A member of the Presidential Press Corps,Mohammed Ashiley Yakubu met his untimely death during the gas explosion which occurred on Saturday at the Atomic junction near Madina.