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Supreme Court affirms decision of Winneba High Court on reinstatement of Professor Avoke as VC of UEW

The Supreme Court has affirmed the decision of the Winneba High Court which ordered the reinstatement of the dismissed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke. The High Court, presided over by Justice Aboagye Tandoh, on February...

We remain more determined despite dismissal of E-levy injunction application – Tamale South MP

By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH Three Minority Members in Parliament who filed an injunction application at the Supreme Court say they remain more determined than before in their pursuit of justice despite the Court’s dismissal of the injunction against the Electronic Transfer...

Supreme Court throws out injunction application against E-levy

SOURCE: GRAPHICONLINE The Supreme Court has dismissed an interlocutory injunction filed by three minority MPs seeking to halt the implementation of the electronic transfer levy (E-Levy). In a unanimous decision today, a seven -member panel of the apex court held that...

Supreme Court: Justice Abdulai fails to secure review for MP Presiding Vote case

By Beatrice Oppon The Supreme Court has dismissed a Review Application urging it to reconsider its previous decision that a Deputy Speaker of Parliament or any Member of the House who presides over proceedings does not lose his power to...

AG wants embattled Assin North MP jailed

By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH The Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Mr. Godfred Yeboah Dame has made his intention known to the public when he granted an interview to the media insisting that the embattled Member of Parliament Assin North Constituency...

Double Salary Case: Supreme Court orders substituted service on MPs

By Beatrice Oppon The Supreme Court has ordered a substituted service on some MPs, former Ministers and Deputy Ministers dragged before it overpayment of double salaries to them. Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP Kwame Baffoe also known as Abronye DC...

Supreme Court decides on April 13, whether Gyakye Quayson remains MP

By Beatrice Oppon The Supreme Court has set April 13 to rule on the interlocutory injunction against the Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson. A resident of Assin Breku, Michael Ankomah-Nimfah brought the suit against Mr. Gyakye to restrain him from...

Sam George: Supreme Court ruling on deputy speakers dangerous

SOURCE: GRAPHICONLINE The Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram in the Greater Accra Region, Samuel Nartey George says the ruling by the Supreme Court on Wednesday allowing Deputy Speakers of Parliament to vote even when they preside over proceedings, could be...

Deputy Speakers can vote while presiding in Parliament – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has said that Deputy Speakers of Parliament retain their votes even when presiding as Speaker. The Apex Court of the land made this landmark ruling Wednesday, March 9, 2022. Per the ruling, when a matter comes before Parliament...

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GES proposes measures to tackle exam malpractices

By Roselyn Ganyaglo The Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr. Kwabena Tandoh, has called for a...

KNUST graduates win Kumasi Youth Connect Pitch competition

By Nicholas Osei-Wusu A Kumasi-based youth entrepreneurial group, SAYETECH, has emerged as winners of the Ashanti regional edition of the McDan Youth Connect Pitch competition...

Celebrities urged to shield children from social lives

A Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Isaac Newman Arthur, says children of celebrities may not have the built-in mechanism to cope with the public figure pressures...

Three Unions at UDS Tamale still on strike

By Murtala Issah The strike by three unions of the University for Development Studies (UDS), is yet to be called off despite the payment of...

Police Service receives more motorbikes from government to enhance operations

 By Bright Ntramah President Akufo-Addo has presented one thousand five hundred (1,500) motorbikes to the Ghana Police Service, calling on them to continue with the...