TOR Crashes Out in Oil Deals
[Ghanaian Chronicle]One of the reasons why the Ghanaian Italian Petroleum Company (GHAIP), which later became known as Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), was established in 1960, was to process crude oil for the Ghanaian domestic market.
Counsel Punches State Security At Supreme Court
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Hearing of the 2012 election petition by the Supreme Court yesterday, took a dramatic turn, when the state security was drawn into heated exchanges between the lead counsel for the petitioners and the respondents.
TWN Blames Scale Mining Menace On Weakling Economy
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Third World Network-Africa (TWN), an Accra-based a research and advocacy non-governmental organisation (NGO), has blamed the recent gangsterism and other challenges in the artisanal and small scale mining (ASM) in Ghana on a weakling economy.
Let's Think Corporate Ghana First
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Kumasi -A former Regional Chairman of the Convention People's Party (CPP), Nana Osei Tutu Bonsu, has stressed the need for politicians to work and consolidate the gains of our democratic dispensation.
Avoidable Stampede, Deaths for Anointing Water
[Ghanaian Chronicle]The news hit like a thunderbolt; four adult Ghanaians had been trampled to death in a mad, senseless stampede for free anointing water, with 30 others injured, possibly seriously.
Ghana to Use UK Technology for Street Naming
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Ghana will use Intelligent Addressing (IA) technology from the UK to name streets and properties in Ghana.
The Race for Bawku MCE- Will Ayariga Prevail?
[Ghanaian Chronicle]The ongoing scheming, lobbying and manoeuvring for the post of Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the bustling Bawku Municipal Assembly, look quite intriguing. Undoubtedly, it is a search for big post which when secured, entitles the position holder to venerable accolades such as "the honourable MCE, head of the Municipal Security Council, the President's chief representative," among others.
Development in Kwahu East District
[Ghanaian Chronicle]The Kwahu East District is one of the 26 municipal and district assemblies in the Eastern Region that has confirmed the "Better Ghana Agenda" slogan of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), despite the economic hardship in the country.
Another Man Shot Dead in Kumasi
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Kumasi -Just when residents of Kumasi were beginning to get over the recent strange killings that hit the metropolis, another bloody murder, involving a 35-year-old security officer, occurred on yesterday at Bantama.
Madamfo Ghana Commissions Classroom Block for Detieso Community
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Madamfo Ghana Foundation, a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) from Germany, has commissioned a three-classroom block, with an office and store room, and Kindergarten block for the Detieso Community in the Bosome-Freho District of the Ashanti Region.
EC Must Reform Now
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Ghana's Electoral Commission (EC) has been an integral part of our commitment to democratic rule since 1992. Goaded by mature political leadership, it has acceded to electoral reforms that have brought a measure of transparency to our election processes. We have come a long way since 1969 when a ballot box was a wooden box and voting was done in a darkened classroom. But the credit for our democratic development and the continued peace of our nation must go, first, to the maturity of our political leaders
Comment - This Anointed Water Nonsense Must Stop!
[Ghanaian Chronicle]TB Joshua has just released version 3.0 of his anointed water packaging. The packaging for anointed water 2.0 boldly claimed that it was "for the salvation of your soul". Presumably since the release of 2.0 someone explained to TB Joshua that only the blood of Jesus could provide salvation, so incredibly for version 3.0 he labels his anointed water "the blood of Jesus". You can't make this stuff up.
Nana Nuamah Poku Mensah Now Jamasi Krontihene
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Mr. Kwame Poku Baryeh, a businessman and Assembly Member for the Jamasi East electoral area, has been sworn-in as the new Krontihene of Jamasi in the Sekyere South District of the Ashanti Region, under the stool name Nana Nuamah Poku Mensah II.
Ghana Beyond the Supreme Court
[Ghanaian Chronicle]What will happen when the Supreme Court rules in the election dispute? Will there be peace or violence?
Don't Make Mockery of Tsatsu - Buabeng Asamoah
[Ghanaian Chronicle]Kumasi -A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) legal team, Mr. Buabeng Asamoah, has asked supporters of the party to refrain from ridiculing Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, lead counsel for the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the ongoing electoral petition at the Supreme Court, over his supposed frustrations in court.
Dr. Akoto Donates Computers to Two Schools in Constituency
[Ghanaian Chronicle]The Member of Parliament (MP) for Old Tafo in Kumasi, Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei, has made personal donations of four sets of brand new computers, valued at GHÂ¢3,000, to two basic schools in his constituency.
West African Freedom of Expression Monitors Convene in Accra
[MFWA]Freedom of Expression monitors from the 15 ECOWAS member States are convening in Accra from May 22-24, 2013 for a training workshop on the methodology to be used in rating freedom of expression (FoE) conditions in their respective countries.
Ghana Pledges Support for Somalia
[Sabahi]Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama has pledged his country's support for Somalia's reconstruction period, Ghana's Graphic Online reported Monday (May 20th).
HNA Group, WFP Sign Agreement to Provide School Meals for Children in Ghana
[WFP]Beijing -The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today announced a new partnership with HNA Group - a leading China-based corporation - to fight hunger globally.
Four Die for Joshua Water
[Ghanaian Chronicle]A mad rush for Temitope Balogun Joshua's anointing water at the Ghana branch of the Synagogue Church of All Nations on the Spintex Road in Accra, on Sunday morning left four people dead, and many more injured in a stampede at the church premises, leading to the cancelation of the church service.