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‘We are with you’ Upper West Command assures Tumu Police after Friday’s attack

The Upper West Regional Police Command has assured personnel at the Tumu Police Station of their support following an attack on the station Friday. The Regional Commander, DCOP Boapeah Kojo Otchere said they have begun an investigation into the incident and anyone found culpable will be duly punished. “Already we at the Regional Command have started our investigation and we ...

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[Matter chop hot]: Doctor’s report proves Nayas is not pregnant; Currently at Nima police station for interrogation

According to reports gathered, Nayas has been picked up by the Nima police station for storming Adom FM studios to whip Ernest Opoku with a cane during a live programme — and also for public deceit. You would recall that kumawood actress and producer Gladys Boaku aka Nayas has been ‘tormenting’ Ghanaian gospel musician, Ernest Opoku for allegedly impregnating her. ...

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Police, GAF Condemn Tamale Police Brutalities; C’ttee Set To Tackle Issue

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) and the Ghana police Service have jointly condemned the assault meted out to some police officers in Tamale in the Northern region on Wednesday. The clash that was triggered by the arrest of a military officer left about six (6) officers injured, raising fears in the metropolis. In a statement signed by Public Affairs Director ...

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Speaker Summons Interior, Defence Ministers Over Tamale Military, Police Clash

The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Aaron Ocquaye, has ordered for the Ministers of Defence and Interior to appear before the house to explain the circumstances leading to the attack on some police officers in the Northern Regional Capital, Tamale. Dominic Nitiwul and Ambrose Dery, Ministers of Defence and Interior respectively have been given four days to appear before the ...

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‘Too Much Madness In Ghana, Security Must UP Their Game’ – Nunoo- Mensah

Former National Security Advisor Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (rtd) has bemoaned the seeming lawlessness on the streets of Ghana, saying the country risks collapsing if the laws are not enforced. Speaking to Neil Armstrong-Mortagbe, host of the Morning Xpress on Radio XYZ 93.1MHZ, the security capo said he could not understand why lawlessness, which he termed as “madness”, could be ...

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Bagbin Cautions Ghanaians Against Ethnicity And Religion

Mr Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin, Second Deputy Speaker and Member of Parliament for Nadowli/Kaleo has cautioned against politicising issues on grounds of ethnicity and Religion. “Ghana is a unitary state and we cannot afford to sacrifice our lovely country on the altar of ethnicity and religion, which will end up dividing us as a people. Mr Bagbin who was speaking ...

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Volta: Woman Shot Dead, 1 Other injured At Alavanyo

A 41-year-old woman has been  shot dead in the  Alavanyo-Nkonya area in the Hohoe Municipality of the Volta region. The latest shooting incident which happened at about 4PM in the area has left one dead and another in critical condition. The deceased was reportedly shot dead while entering her house when returning from her farm on Monday, 14 May 2018. An ...

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‘ I Don’t Fear Mahama’ – Spio Garbrah

Flag-bearer hopeful of NDC, Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah has disclosed  he is not afraid to enter into a race with former president John Mahama to lead the party ahead of the 2020 polls. Asked who could be a better candidate, the former minister pointed to himself, saying  his vast experience in both public and private life makes him a better candidate ...

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NDC’s Ideological School Will Raise Able Leaders – Yieleh Chireh

Former minister of Health, Joseph Yieleh Chireh, has said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) deserves commendation for setting up a school of ideology to train the youth to acquire leadership skills. The Wa West member of Parliament was speaking on the Morning Xpress on Monday regarding the assertions of former president John Agyekum Kufuor who had attributed  the slow pace ...

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Ban On Noise Making and Drumming Begins

The ban on drumming and noise making in Accra ahead of the Homowo festival begins today, May 14 2018, according to the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA). The month-long ban, which is to usher in the celebration of the festival of the Gas ends on 14th June 2018. All villages and towns under the Osu, Ngleshie Alata and Ga Traditional Councils are ...

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