The position of the Minister of Finance on the cost of the President''s recent official travels outside the country is the office of National Security and the participation of the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana in the commemoration of the Shea Day with a tree-planting event at Damongo are some of the trending stories in the Ghanaian press on Thursday.The Graphic reports that the Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, has told Parliament that the best place to furnish the House with details on the cost of the President''s recent official travels outside the country is the office of National Security. He said due to the national security implications, the air travel for the President, including the cost for the advance team, flight arrangements, security, accommodation, and air tickets, are coordinated operationally between the Office of Government Machinery and National Security Secretariat. He said in line with the 2021 budget implementation instructions, the Ministry did not release any funds to the Chief of Staff specifically for the President''s recent trips to France, Belgium and South Africa.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday assured the Government of Afghanistan that the investigation into the incident regarding the Afghan ambassadors daughters will be highly transparent and nothing will be concealed. The statement was made by Pakistans Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi during a press conference on Monday in Islamabad. The minister was accompanied by National Security 
The Multimedia Group Limited, a media firm, has petitioned the National Security and some key Ghanaian and international institutions over alleged threats on the life of one of its journalists, Erastus Asare Donkor. It said the life-threatening comments by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Mr. Kennedy Agyapong, made on The Attitude programme, The post Multimedia Group petitions authorities over threats on journalists life appeared first on Ghana Business News .
THE Eastern Regional Police Command in collaboration with the National Security have arrested four Chinese men for allegedly stealing large quantities of cables for electricity projects. The suspects namely; Read More The post 4 Chinese Grabbed For Stealing Govt Cables appeared first on DailyGuide Network .
THE Eastern Regional Police Command in collaboration with the National Security have arrested four Chinese nationals for allegedly stealing large quantities of electricity cables. The suspects; Liu Lianwei, 38, Su Read More The post 4 Chinese Grabbed Over Cables Theft appeared first on DailyGuide Network .
162 Views Chinese Nationals Arrested For Allegedly Stealing 30 Bundles Of Electricity Cables Four (4) Chinese nationals have been arrested in Eastern Region by the National Security for allegedly stealing large quantities of electricity cables. The suspects are Liu Lianwei, 38, Su Meng, 55, Tuan Xiuwei, 41, and Zhang Chenming, 55 . Starr News Eastern Regional  The post Chinese Nationals Arrested For Allegedly Stealing 30 Bundles Of Electricity Cables appeared first on BEST GHANA NEWS .
Four Chinese nationals have been arrested in Eastern Region by the National Security for allegedly stealing large quantities of electricity cables. The suspects are Liu Lianwei, 38, Su Meng, 55, Tuan Xiuwei, 41, and Zhang Chenming, 55 . On Thursday, July 8, 2021, reports the National Security Operatives from the Eastern region arrested the Chinese 
The Minister for Interior, Ambrose Dery, has disclosed that the Police Officer who was at the center of the violence which characterized the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election, has been withdrawn from th
Minister for the Interior Ambrose Dery has told parliament today that Deputy Superintendent of Police, Samuel Kojo Azugu, has, since 27 May 2021, been recalled by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) from the Ministry of National Security and duly reassigned within the Ghana Police Service.
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith says he has noted the concerns raised by the Prime Minister with respect to the cost and type of vehicles requested by the police, and will reply to him in time. During his address at the opening of the Carenage Police Station last Wednesday, Dr Rowley said Cabinet had advised that the purchase of new vehicles for the police should be reviewed, as there were cheaper options. Eighty new sport utility vehicles (SUVs) at a cost of $22 million had been requested. Speaking with Newsday on Tuesday, Griffith said he would reply to Rowley after he gathered more information. "He has legitimate concerns," he said, "and I am doing research to provide a report accordingly." He also noted that SUVs were used only for specific units, as they were not the only type of vehicle used by the police, with sedans being more widely used for units like the Gender-Based Violence Unit, the Victim Witness and Support Unit, Financial Investigations and the Cyber Crime Unit. On the maintenance and upkeep of police vehicles, Griffith said he has been in contact with the ministers of Finance and National Security about the funding needed and was optimistic repairs would be completed shortly.
Aide to former President John Dramani Mahama, Joyce Bawa Mogtari, accused President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of abusing the National Security apparatus for parochial interests.
Members of the Concerned Citizens of Komenda Traditional Area have suspended the Fix Komenda Sugar Factory demonstration slated for Tuesday, July 6. The decision follows a meeting with the Central Regional Minister, Justina Marigold Assan, the Ghana Police Service, and the National Security. The group, in a statement, said the protest has been suspended for  The post Fix Komenda Sugar Factory demo suspended appeared first on GOB News .
Organizers of Fix Komenda Factory demonstration says it has suspended its planned demonstration following a 3hour crunch meeting with the Central Regional Minister, Ghana Police Service and National Security.
The precarious security situation in Afghanistan and its dangerous ramifications for Pakistan led the security establishment to hold a high-level briefing for over 40 important parliamentarians under the aegis of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security. Parliamentarians are usually taken into confidence only when polices formulated by the establishment lead to a cul de sac.  The post Briefing on National Security appeared first on Pakistan Today .
APC founder Hassan Ayariga has expressed worry over the myriad national issues facing the country. Speaking about the state of insecurity in the country at a press conference in Accra on Tuesday, 29 June 2021, Mr Ayariga said the ministry responsible for National Security has not lived up to expectation. According to the leader of
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