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Minority not divided over Ayine’s suit against Amidu- Inusah

Alhaji Inusah Fuseini

Tamale Central MP, Inusah Fuseini, has refuted suggestions that the National Democratic Congress [NDC] Minority is divided over the suit by caucus member, Dominic Ayine, against the nomination of Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor. Mr. Fuseini insisted on Eyewitness News that the though the Minority was in support of the appointment of Mr. Amidu, Dr. Ayine was entitled to defend ...

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Suit against Amidu’s age good for posterity – Adom Otchere

Broadcast Journalist and host of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV Paul Adom Otchere, has backed the decision of former Deputy Attorney General Dr. Dominic Ayine, to challenge the nomination of Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor, due to his age. According to him the matter, bordering the age of appointees who are not already public servants, had been a ...

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Suit against Amidu’s SP nomination not out of fear – Ayine

A former Deputy Attorney-General, Dr. Dominic Ayine, has said his lawsuit challenging the nomination of Martin Amidu for the position of Special Prosecutor is not influenced by fear of prosecution as suggested. Speaking on Eyewitness News, Dr. Ayine, an appointee in the Mahama government, said such insinuations were without basis because prosecutorial powers were not limited to just the Special Prosecutor. He ...

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Special Prosecutor will make corruption unattractive – AG

The Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo, has told Parliament that the proposed Office of the Special Prosecutor will vigorously pursue the recovery of state funds in a bid to make corruption unattractive. Gloria Akufo added that, in order for this to be realized, the Office needed to be made independent of all interference from political actors and the Attorney General’s department. ...

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Don’t dare anti-galamsey soldiers – Nitiwul warns

The Defence Minister, Dominic Nitiwul has cautioned Ghanaians to refrain from daring the joint police and military anti-galamsey task force deployed to enforce the country’s laws against the illegal activity. He said, “it will not be in your interest to do so.” The joint team is expected to clamp down on the illegal activity in the Ashanti, Eastern and Western Regions. ...

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Bring it on: Ayine dares Gov’t over prosecution of former NDC officials

A former Deputy Attorney General under the Mahama administration Dr Dominic Ayine has dared the Nana Addo government to make good on its threat to prosecute alleged corrupt former NDC officials. President Akufo Addo during an encounter with the media, on Tuesday, served notice of the possible prosecution of former government officials alleged to have engaged in corrupt practices. He ...

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Expedite action on RTI Bill – AG to Parliament

The Attorney General’s Department has asked Parliament to expeditiously work on the Right to Information Bill currently before the house. According to the Deputy Attorney General, Dr. Dominic Ayine, the Bill has been reworked, leaving it with only thirty two amendments that makes for easy perusal and passing by Parliament. There has been pressure on Parliament to pass the Bill ...

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Mahama 2nd to Nkrumah in development – Dominic Ayine

The Deputy Attorney General and Parliamentary aspirant of the National Democratic Congress for the Bolgatanga East Constituency, Dr. Dominic Ayine, has stated that, President John Dramani Mahama’s performance is second to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in terms of infrastructural development in Ghana. According to him, no president in the history of Ghana except Dr. Kwame Nkrumah has contributed significantly to expand ...

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School children urged to take advantage of the Citi Write-Away Contest

The winner of the 2013 edition of the Citi FM Write-Away Contest has advised school children to take advantage of the competition to add value to themselves. Miss Isabel Quaye, in an interview with citifmonline, says the competition is one of a kind and students should send in their entries before the closing date. She has urged prospective participants to ...

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