Politics

The New Patriotic Party yesterday condemned “the policing measures and consequent incidents” which occurred during a protest against recent mass failures in the Law School examinations. Law students have been demanding reforms to legal education in Ghana.

The Northern Development Authority (NDA) will in the coming weeks begin the sale of tricycles purchased by former President John Mahama’s corruption-laden Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) under questionable circumstances, and at obviously inflated prices.

Vice-President Mahamdu Bawumia says the Akufo-Addo government has kept faith with Ghanaians when it comes electricity tariffs, contrary to claims by the opposition National Democratic Congress that the government has burdened Ghanaians with unbearable power price increases.

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