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I will never forgive Rawlings for what he did to my mum – Ken Aygapong

Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has explained why he will never forgive former president, Jerry John Rawlings. The outspoken legislator has been a strong critic of Rawlings in recent times, having not forgotten some past deeds of the ex-military leader. In a recent interview, Mr. Agyapong is reported to have rained curse words at Rawlings, Read More

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Balungu-Nabiisi School pupils learn on bare floor

Most pupils at the Balungu-Nabiisi School in the Bongo District sit on the bare floor to learn due to lack of furniture. A Ghana News Agency (GNA) visit to the school, observed that some of the classes in both the Primary and Junior High Schools did not have furniture, thereby, compelling the pupils to sit on the floor during lesson Read More

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Akufo-Addo moves to make Ghana a Francophone nation

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says the lives of Ghanaians are intimately linked with the francophone world, and Ghana’s membership of La Francophonie should serve as a big boost to addressing some of the country’s mutual concerns. With French set to become one of the world’s most commonly spoken languages, and with French speakers rising to over 700 million, of Read More

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Five sustain gunshot wounds at Tuobodom

At least five people, including three minors, last Wednesday evening sustained life-threatening gunshot wounds when about nine armed young men opened fire on a group of people who were returning from a yam festival at the Tuobodom community in the Techiman North District of the Brong Ahafo Region. They were shot at Adantasi, a suburb of Tuobodom. The victims are Read More

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Martin Amidu must deliver – British High Commissioner

The British High Commissioner to Ghana Iain Walker has said the UK is looking forward to the office of the Special Prosecutor to deliver on its mandate to help the fight against graft in Ghana. According to him, the UK is closely monitoring attempts by the Ghana government to fight corruption and is hopeful that the citizenry will play its Read More

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IGP found guilty of contempt of court

An Accra high court has found the Inspector General of Police David Asante Apeatu guilty of contempt of court. This was after two citizens Samuel Aggrey Jnr and Augustine Gyekye told the court he had wilfully disobeyed orders to provide security for the execution of a court order for the sale of a 12 block flats belonging to them. This Read More

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High profile Menzgold customers silent due to stigma – Customers reveal

Members of a group calling itself Aggrieved Menzgold customers have revealed that some well-known individuals and institutions in the country who are customers of Menzgold are not speaking up, due to the fear of stigmatization. In an interview on Citi TV’s Point of View show with Bernard Avle, three bold customers who agreed to share their experiences with the company Read More

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Tension mounts in Police service as Deputy IGP turns 60 today

Tension is simmering among Senior Officers, Inspectorate and other ranks of the Ghana Police Service following the suspicion that Commissioner of Police (COP) James Oppong Boanuh was deliberately appointed Deputy Inspector-General of Police (IGP) as a ploy to force the Police Council and the President to offer him two-year contract extension at the end of his service. According to sources Read More

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Sex for grades: UPSA dismisses 3 lecturers

Three lecturers of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) have been dismissed for allegedly soliciting for sex from some female students. The dismissed lecturers have, however, challenged the decision of the university to dismiss them. The authorities of the university say soliciting for sex from students “is a conduct that is likely to put the name of the university Read More

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