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NPP seeks out of court settlement

Nkrabea Effah Dartey has disclosed that the NPP has approached plaintiff, Ohemaa Sekyiwaa and Multimedia for an amicable resolution in Hajia Fati’s alleged assault case. The counsel for the ardent NPP follower, who claimed the assault case had been unnecessarily exaggerated, has indicated that, NPP executives have moved to secure an out of court settlement […]Read More
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‘Mahama is NDC’s surest bet in 2020’

Felix Kwakye Ofosu says former President John Mahama is ideal candidate to lead the National Democratic Congress in the 2020 general election. Mr Mahama in a post on his Facebook wall, Sunday, May 2018, gave an indication of his preparedness to contest the flag bearer position of the umbrella family looking at the numerous calls […]Read More
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Akufo-Addo gifts church GH¢ 20,000.00

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has donated an amount of GH¢ 20,000.00 to the Holy Spirit Parish towards its on-going infrastructural development projects as the church celebrates its 20 years anniversary. “We should all be one as Ghanaians to propel holistic national development,” President Akufo-Addo appealed when he briefly addressed the Priests and congregation Read More
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Deported Indian businessman named in another scam

An employee of an Indian Company has been granted a GH¢50,000.00 bail with two sureties for allegedly forging documents of Jai Mai Communication and tendering it at the Registrar General’s Department. George Dankwa Otempong has since denied conspiracy to commit crime, forgery of official documents and tendering forged documents. His accomplice, Ashok Kumar Sivaram, the Read More
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Anti-coup era over – Budu Koomson

A retired army chief, Captain Budu Koomson has warned of the growing militarization of the police service and other security services outside the military. “Over the period, there has been a gradual militarization of the police. Instead of the police service, it is looking more like a police force,” he said on The Big Issue. […]Read More