Ten persons arrested for allegedly collecting sums of money from unsuspecting young Ghanaians, under the pretext of assisting them to be enlisted into the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), have been granted police enquiry bail, yesterday. The suspects (names withheld), who were grabbed in a special operation by the police and GNFS, at a hotel …
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The Minority in Parliament says it would summon the Minister of Education to the house to answer questions concerning the introduction of the semester-based system for basic and senior high schools. Teacher Unions and other stakeholders have opposed the decision, which seeks to abolish the already existing trimester system. The unions lament that they were […]
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Asantehene is reputed as fearless and straightforward
Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has on occasion cautioned subjects publicly
The latest being a history-related rebuke at Dormaahene
The Asantehene is reputed to be a 'fearless', 'no-nonsense person' who speaks truth to power even to the political class.
Milovan Rajevac is aiming high
He said, he will stay with the Black Stars
The Black Stars is out of the AFCON
Milovan Rajevac, the head coach of the Black Stars, has disclosed that, he will stay with the Ghana national team and lead the country’s World Cup campaign in March.
Bagbin is introducing soldiers into Parliament's security set up
A serving colonel is currently a Marshal of Parliament
Minority and Majority differ of withdrawal of Bagbin's soldiers
The Majority Caucus in Parliament has disclosed that there are serving military officers currently serving in Parliament at the behest of Speaker Alban Bagbin.
Military officers attached to Bagbin’s office withdrawn
Majority discloses that Bagbin has 12 police officers protecting him
Mike Ocquaye denies receiving military protection during his tenure as Speaker
A senior Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Dr.
Transport operators say they will be forced to increase transport fares following the government’s reluctance to engage them on demands for a reduction in fuel prices. The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), the country’s largest transport union, says the operations of its members have become difficult because they are currently running at losses due […]
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The Ghana Police Service has arrested seven persons over the shoot-out in Nima on Tuesday during a clash between two gangs. Five of the suspects are in police custody while two have been hospitalised under police guard. Police are also on the search for the leaders of the two gangs known as Kumordzi and Bombon. […]
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A former Member of Parliament for Suhum and an aspiring national executive officer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Frederick Opare-Ansah, has downplayed the achievements of the current crop of executives. The current leadership led by the Chairman, Freddie Blay, and General Secretary, John Boadu, is credited for bringing President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo […]
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The Minority in Parliament has backed the teacher unions’ opposition to the Ghana Education Service’s semester system for basic and secondary schools. In a statement, the Minority called on the Service and the Ministry of Education to withdraw the new academic calendar “because it lacks professional touch for a more academic friendly and healthy one […]
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The Presiding Judge on the case involving Ato Forson and two others, Her Ladyship Afia Serwaa Asare-Botwe, has cautioned lawyers on the case not to unduly delay the trial. Justice Asare Botwe has threatened to drag any lawyer who attempts this to the General Legal Council for sanctioning. Some members of Ghana’s Judiciary are beginning […]
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President Akufo-Addo has officially written to the Chief Justice, Kwesi Anim Yeboah, to look into a petition sent to his office by leaders of pressure group #FIXTHECOUNTRY over the conduct of EC Chair, Madam Jean Mensa. The pressure group petitioned the President to remove from office the EC Chair following the inability of the people […]
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Selorm Branttie, a leading member of the protest group, Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers, has called on the National Communications Authority and the National Identification Authority (NIA), to come out and clarify teething concerns about the ongoing SIM reregistration exercise. According to him, a recent letter from the NIA responding to queries by a concerned citizen […]
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Ghana is out of the AFCON
Comoros scored Ghana 3-2 in the last group c encounter
KP Boateng has said, Black Stars lack 'spirit'
Kevin-Prince Boateng, a former Black Stars player, has indicated that the current Black Stars team lacks what he called “spirit” as compared to the previous teams.
Komla Dumor died eight years ago
He suffered a heart attack
He worked with the BBC
Mawuena Trebarh, sister of the late Komla Afeke Dumor, the Ghanaian journalist who worked for the British Broadcasting Service, BBC, has stated that she still misses her brother.
Ghana lost to Comoros Islands
They scored Ghana 3-2 at the AFCON
Senyo Hosi has praised the head coach
Senyo Hosi, the CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors, has eulogized the head coach of the Comoros Islands, Amir Abdou, for winning 3-2 over the Black Stars at the ongoing AFCON in Cameroon.