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The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG), Right Reverend Professor Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante, has urged all Ghanaians to use this year’s Easter to reflect on how they can sacrifice for the collective good of their country, instead of seeking their selfish interest for reasons of greed and envy.

Deputy Information Minister Pius Enam Hadzide says that the National Democratic Congress under former President John Mahama invested National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) funds in the private firm All Time Capital as far back as 2012.

Maybe it’s just a few of us … But today, some Ghanaians have come to accept the painful fact that the only reason for our poverty and our persistently bad economy is bad politicians and the governments they form. Bad politicians and bad policies have kept our economy in bad shape and our people poor since the colonial era.

The government has set up a five-member interim management committee (IMC) to manage the sport’s affairs and help revive Ghana’s wounded football administration.

Abla Dzifa Gomashie, the former Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Arts, has said that the progress in the arts has not moved in the pace she expected.

Ghana’s software pioneer Herman Chinery-Hesse has expressed excitement about taking up his latest tech-focused challenge: to give Africa a place at the table among the world’s top designers of cutting-edge software solutions. This time the maverick entrepreneur will be working through an unusual channel ‒ that venerable political union, the Commonwealth.

A fight over a multimillion-cedi contract for snakebite serum, first reported by the Daily Statesman in January this year, has ended with the Public Procurement Authority ordering that the deal be put back out to tender.

The US is gearing up to invest up to $60bn in the developing world in a bid to neutralize what some analysts consider as China’s use of debt to wage “economic warfare”.