13 Ghanaians petition Amidu on $176m Awuah-Darko, Twum Boafo, others ‘chop chop’

13 Ghanaians petition Amidu on $176m Awuah-Darko, Twum Boafo, others ‘chop chop’

Some thirteen (13) Ghanaians have petitioned the office of the Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu to investigate a report of alleged thievery of state resources by former appointees of then-President John Mahama, MyNewsGh.com has filed. The Mahama officials named include Mr

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Nsawam magistrate’s court remands taxi driver for killing wife

Nsawam magistrate’s court remands taxi driver for killing wife

The Nsawam District Magistrate’s Court presided over by Christilla Sophia Yeboah, had remanded a taxi driver, Samuel Owureku Ofori, for the murder of his wife, Janet Awukubia Edaavio at Amaadikrom, near Coaltar. He is to reappear in court on January

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Prison officer arrested for attempting to smuggle ‘wee’ into cells

Prison officer arrested for attempting to smuggle ‘wee’ into cells

An Assistant Chief Officer of Prisons at the Ankaful Main Camp Prisons in the Central Region has been arrested after attempting to smuggle substance suspected to be cannabis ‘wee’ into the prison. Reports say the incident occurred around 7 pm

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Constitution Day is important for introspection – Oppong Nkrumah

Constitution Day is important for introspection – Oppong Nkrumah

The Information Minister has defended government for setting aside a day for national introspection on the country’s Fourth-Republican constitutional democracy. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said the Constitution Day is not a day for mere fanfare but called on all to reflect

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Public sector pension issues to be resolved Feb. — Akufo-Addo

Public sector pension issues to be resolved Feb. — Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said the auditing of the Temporary Pensions Fund Account (TPFA) of public sector workers will be completed by February 2019.“The relevant institutions have been tasked to complete this exercise to enable the smooth implementation

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Konkombas, Anufors call for truce

Konkombas, Anufors call for truce

The leadership of the Konkombas and their colleagues from the Chokos side in the Northern Region have called for peace in the wake of bloody clashes that resulted in at least three deaths, several injuries and the torching of scores

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Constitution Day: GIMPA Rector backs January 7 public holiday

Constitution Day: GIMPA Rector backs January 7 public holiday

Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), says beyond the Executive Order issued to make Monday, January 7 a public holiday, the President must ensure that it remains in Ghana’s statute books as such. Prof. Philip

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MPs shouldn’t be ministers – GIMPA Rector advocates

MPs shouldn’t be ministers – GIMPA Rector advocates

The Rector of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has advocated that contrary to the current provision in the constitution, Members of Parliament (MP) should not be appointed ministers. Prof. Philip Ebow Bondzi-Simpson speaking at the maiden Constitution

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Liverpool knocked out of FA Cup by Wolves

Liverpool knocked out of FA Cup by Wolves

Ruben Neves’ superb second-half strike sent Wolves through to the FA Cup fourth round at the expense of a Liverpool side that featured three teenagers making their full debuts. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp made nine changes to his starting XI,

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UK: Ghanaian lawyer ordered to repay £22mn made from ‘fake legal claims’

UK: Ghanaian lawyer ordered to repay £22mn made from ‘fake legal claims’

The supercar-driving director of one of Britain’s biggest legal aid law firms has been ordered to pay back £22 million made from ‘thousands of fake claims’. John Blavo’s firm, Blavo & Co Solicitors, was closed in 2015 by the Solicitors

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