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Pupils enjoying their meals

The Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Gifty Twum Ampofo, has appealed to operators of the school feeding programme to exercise restraint as the ministry is working to honour monies due them by the end of May this year.

She said the Ministry admits its indebtedness to these suppliers and is working round the clock to comply with the conditions of the contracts between them.

According to her, the agitations of the operators come to the ministry as a surprise since a consensus on the payment of the amounts involved was reached at a meeting with the media, cooks and suppliers to the program.

Former President JJ Rawlings

Former President JJ Rawlings has warned media outlets and faceless persons on social media to desist from spreading rumours that he is dead.

The Office of the former military ruler and the first president of the Fourth Republic has served notice it will start suing people over such “distasteful publications”.

Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has outlined three major strategies to formalize Ghana's economy.

Giving his keynote address at the maiden national policy summit held at the Accra International Conference Centre, Monday, the Vice President said a formalized economy represents the single most important transformation of the economy of any country.

Providing details of the strategies geared towards formalizing the economy, Dr Bawumia listed plans by the government to issue national ID cards; provide digital addresses for all residences, and to ensure an interoperability of the telecom and financial sectors of the economy.

Attorney-General Gloria Akuffo

The Government has been asked to stop using police officers as prosecutors in court because it is asking them to do too much.

Public Interest lawyer Martin Kpebu has argued, police prosecutors cannot do the job as properly as lawyers can.

An under staffed AG's Department use police prosecutors to fill in the human resource gaps.