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Minority Leader and Ranking Member on the Appointments Committee of Parliament - Haruna Iddrisu

The Minority Leader and Ranking Member on the Appointments Committee of Parliament Haruna Iddrisu says the committee will start vetting deputy ministers- designate next Tuesday March 14.

Several properties running into thousands of Ghana Cedis have been destroyed

Two persons including a pupil were electrocuted on Tuesday evening after a 30-minute downpour in the Western Region twin city of Sekondi-Takoradi.

3news.com’s Williams Benjamin Peters reports that several properties running into thousands of Ghana Cedis have been destroyed. Structures at the Effiakuma police barracks were completely destroyed, rendering many officers homeless.

Africa must join forces for economic independence – Bawumia

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has challenged African countries to strive for economic independence.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the African Diaspora Homecoming Conference today [Tuesday], Dr. Bawumia said there should be a more conscious effort between Africans and the diaspora community for development.

President Akuffo Addo says Ghana @ 60 Must Be Dedicated To Restoring The Environment

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says there is nothing Ghana can do better than dedicate the 60th Anniversary celebration for the protection of the environment.

Delivering a speech at the 60th Independence Day celebration in Accra, the President bemoaned the over exploitation of mineral and material resources endangering the lives and future wellbeing of Ghanaians.

Atebubu: Prison officer shot dead by robbers

A prison officer was shot and killed while another was fatally injured when suspected robbers accosted their vehicle at Atebubu/Amantin in the Brong Ahafo region Sunday.

New GH¢5 note

The Bank of Ghana today 7 March, 2017, put into circulation new GH¢5 Ghana note with new security features and design.

The note has new durable security features which can be easily identified by the public, while other internationally acceptable security features which are sensitive to touch to aid the visually challenged in identifying the currency have been introduced, according to the central bank.

Some members of the Ghanaian public have been taking stock of the level of developments so far as the country marks her 60th anniversary.

Whilst some express disappointment when they compare Ghana with its peers, others express hope that a brighter future for the country lies ahead.