President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will respond to questions from a number of the country’s top journalists in his second Media Encounter since he assumed office, at the Flagstaff House tomorrow [Wednesday].
The Maintenance Officer for Ghana Highway Authority [GHA], ING. Emmanuel Laryea Odei has admonished the Assembly to stop people who put up speed ramps at unauthorized places.
The Authority is noting with grave concern the increasing number of unauthorized speed ramps at illegal places in some parts of the Central Region with the reason by these communities to prevent people from being knocked down by over speeding vehicles.
Three persons died on the spot when a Yutong bus on which they were travelling from Kumasi to Accra, crashed into a Man diesel trailer truck at Asuboi near Suhum on the Accra Kumasi Highway.
The Eastern Regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Ebenezer Tetteh, who confirmed the incident to Citi News indicated that, the other injured passengers are currently receiving treatment at the Suhum Government Hospital.
The Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen has expressed fears that the ‘cash for seat’ scandal could threaten Ghana’s attempts to mobilize investments from the international community.
In his concluding statement to the committee probing the matter in Parliament on Friday, Mr. Kyerematen said Ghana’s reputation risked incurring serious damage because of the allegations that his Ministry charged expatriates to sit by the President at the Ghana Expatriate Business Awards (GEBA) in December 2017.