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Police must be reoriented on dealing with land matters - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law has called for a reorientation of security personnel particularly police officers on how to handle land issues.Kwame Gyan discussing ...

11 April, 2021

We've become too corrupt as a country that nobody accepts that you can do something genuinely - Joe Osei Owusu

First Deputy Speaker, Joseph Osei Owusu has dismissed claims that Members of Parliament (MPs) are bribed into accepting the nominees of the President.The approval of some ministerial nominees was criticized ...

11 April, 2021

Women no longer required to come along with a man to acquire land - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Law School has revealed that the customs that require a woman to be accompanied by a man to purchase a piece of ...

11 April, 2021

Land guards can now be convicted for at least 5 years - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law has revealed that land guards can now be convicted for at least five years and not more than 15-years.Speaking ...

11 April, 2021

BBC flooded with complaints over Prince Philip coverage

Within six hours of Prince Philip’s death being announced the BBC had received so many complaints about its wall-to-wall coverage of the news that it opened a dedicated complaints form on its ...

11 April, 2021

Playback: Newsfile focuses on new Land Act

Due to the rise in reports of land disputes and ownerships, Ghana’s most authoritative news analysis programme, Newsfile focused on the new Land Act that has been enacted to curb ...

11 April, 2021

We've become too corrupt as a country that nobody accepts that you can do something genuinely - Joe Osei Owusu

First Deputy Speaker, Joseph Osei Owusu has dismissed claims that Members of Parliament (MPs) are bribed into accepting the nominees of the President.The approval of some ministerial nominees was criticized ...

10 April, 2021

Soldiers, police deployed to Chereponi following chieftaincy dispute

Scores of soldiers and police officers have been deployed to Chereponi in the North East Region to foil brewing chieftaincy tensions which has erupted in the area.Police in the region ...

10 April, 2021

Women no longer required to come along with a man to acquire land - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Law School has revealed that the customs that require a woman to be accompanied by a man to purchase a piece of ...

10 April, 2021

Police must be reoriented on dealing with land matters - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law has called for a reorientation of security personnel particularly police officers on how to handle land issues.Kwame Gyan discussing ...

10 April, 2021

Land guards can now be convicted for at least 5 years - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law has revealed that land guards can now be convicted for at least five years and not more than 15-years.Speaking ...

10 April, 2021

It's more dangerous for chiefs to sell land and pocket proceeds under new Land Law - Kwame Gyan

Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law, Kwame Gyan says it is now more dangerous for chiefs to sell lands under their jurisdiction without accountability.According to him, ...

10 April, 2021

Prince Philip had a positive impact on Ghana - Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has consoled Queen Elizabeth II and the British Royal Family on the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, which occurred on Friday.Describing the Duke of ...

10 April, 2021

New Land Act: Government must compensate property owners before acquiring lands - Kwame Gyan

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana says the new Land Act 2020, mandates government to compensate property owners before acquiring lands for state purposes.Kwame Gyan speaking on Newsfile, ...

10 April, 2021


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