Monday, 24 September 2018

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Taxi driver arrested for alleged murder of soldier

The police have arrested a 21-year-old taxi driver for his alleged involvement in the murder of a soldier at Community 18, Tema, in January this year.

We’ve common goals – Akufo-Addo tells Chiefs

President Akufo-Addo believes the chieftaincy institution has an important role to play in the development of the country and its people.

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EOCO probes Asuogyaman DCE

The District Chief Executive of Asuogyaman in the Eastern Region, Samuel Kwame Agyekum, has described as malicious media publication that he has blown an amount of GH¢92,000 for the renovation and furnishing of a bungalow.

Six companies implicated in latest audit report

Six companies and their former heads under the previous administration have been indicted in an audit report.

Chief sells school lands

Construction of 32 stores at Ampabame, near Sokoban in Kumasi, has been stopped by residents who have accused their chief, Nana Nketiah Brempong Nketiah of indiscriminately selling customary lands to hamper development.

We are sorry - Spare Parts dealers beg Mahama

The Spokesperson of the Spare Parts Dealers Association of Ghana, Mr Takyi Addo has said in an interview whose audio has obtained that he deeply regrets calling former President John Mahama ‘incompetent’ and all other names because, at the time, he didn’t know what he now knows.

In an emotional interview intercepted from Agya Yaw Obeng’s Bohye FM show in Kumasi, the Spare Parts Dealers PRO said he won’t hesitate to go on his knees and plead with Mahama for all the insults he led his group to heap on the former president.

“As a personal apology, wherever Mahama is, he should forgive us. I want him to also forgive me personally. We insulted him… we embarrassed him. We called him a thief, incompetent and all sort of names.

UEW impasse: Party politics destroying the university – Kojo Yankah

Political interference has created serious rivalry and confusion in public universities, particularly University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Kojo Yankah has said.