Presiding Member saved from blows By Mohammed Shardow But for the intervention of security guards at the Tema Municipal Assembly (TMA) premises, Mr Romeo Akahoho, the
By Gloria Kyeremeh The Supreme Court yesterday ordered Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and two others who are challenging the 2012
Rights groups affirm By George Koomson Hardly a day goes by without a report on a child defilement case in the media, and according to child rights groups working on the issue, at least 10 girls under the age of 16 are defiled every day in the country.
By Isaac Aidoo Demands for better pay from workers, higher utility rates from utility providers and pressure to increase petroleum prices from donors are combining to stretch the government of President John Mahama rather early in its administration.
Â By Abigail Nkrumah The Principal General Staff Officer of the Ministry of Defence, Brigadier General Alwuni, has reiterated the countryâ€™s intention to send troops to Mali as part of the Economic Community of West African Statesâ€™ peace enforcement in that country.
By Jeffrey Ampaw Former Korle Bu Teaching Hospital CEO, Prof Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng has reiterated claims that the late President Mills was pushed by some individuals in the National Democratic Congress to stay in office against his own wishes and despite debilitating ill-health.
Â â€¦in Kumasi From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi Large parts of the countryâ€™s second major metropolis, Kumasi, have become no-go areas for the cityâ€™s residents after 6pm due to the regime of terror imposed by knife- and pistol-wielding criminal elements.
Glo dealers in the country have been dazzled with an array of prizes at a night of glitz, glamour and gratitude as Glo Mobile Ghana hosted them at the first Glo Dealersâ€™ Appreciation and Awards Night held last weekend in Accra.Â
Â By Abigail Nkrumah Efforts are being made to finalise outstanding arrangements for eight more Bachelor of Technology programmes at Accra Polytechnic in the 2013/2014 academic year.
Despite criticisms 10 suspected robbers shot dead in 2 weeks From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi The police in Ashanti Region have vowed to defend themselves when they come under attack, despite criticism by human rights groups of some of the fatalities recorded in the cause of their anti-armed robbery activities.
Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa in Kumasi, Maxwell Kofi Jumah says the New Patriotic Party should put up Nana Akufo-Addo as the partyâ€™s presidential candidate for the 2016 general elections.
On Page 6 of our issue of Friday, January 25, 2013 under the headline â€œGlo Launches â€˜Game of Skillsâ€™ Promo with Big Rewardsâ€, we inadvertently labelled the picture of George Andah as Ekow Quarcoo. Whilst Ekow Quarcoo is the Head of Public Relations at Glo, George Andah is no more with the company. The error is very much regretted. EditorÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi The Ashanti Police have rounded up an alleged gang of hardened criminals who appear to have specialised in robbing taxi drivers in the Kumasi metropolis of their vehicles.
Â From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi The Ashanti Police have arrested Agyemang Duah, 19, a native of Tetrem near Offinso, with a human skull which he was allegedly going to sell to a mallam at Asawase in Kumasi.
Â By Kwabena Annan The release of the latest batch of ministerial nominees last Sunday evening by President John Mahama has kicked a debate on whether the President was only Â Â padding the top of government machinery for political convenience or acting in the general interest of Ghanaians.
Â From Inusa Musah, Ashaiman A 25-year-old young man and a resident of Ashaiman Newtown was on the dawn of 2013 shot dead by an intimate friend and next door neighbour at a popular drinking spot at Ashaiman Newtown.
Â By Abigail Nkrumah A suspected extortionist claiming to be an investigative journalist working with Anas Aremeyaw Anas of Tiger Eye has been arrested by the Adabraka Police.
Â By Joshua Tigo The Kwahu East District National Youth and Employment Programme (NYEP) Co-ordinator, Mr Addo Adjei, is in trouble for allegedly using his office for â€˜sex-for-jobâ€™ activities.
Â â€¦More than 10,000 livelihoods at stake From Inusa Musah, Tema Congested structures, illegal electrical wiring and the reckless use of naked fire in the Tema Community One Market make it highly susceptible to the epidemic of fires which have struck various parts of the country recently.
Â From David Owusu-Antwi, Kumasi The Ashanti Regional Police have described as massive breakthrough the shooting dead of three suspected armed robbers notorious for carrying out attacks in broad daylight.