Special Prosecutor publishes list of cases being prosecuted

Special Prosecutor publishes list of cases being prosecuted

The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has by law, published a list of cases it has investigated and is prosecuting. In its publication, the OSP revealed that it has currently investigated two corruption cases and has arraigned the accused

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2019 budget review: Parliament approves GH₵6.3 billion supplementary estimates

2019 budget review: Parliament approves GH₵6.3 billion supplementary estimates

Parliament has approved the GH₵6.3 billion requested by the  Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, for extra expenditure for the 2019 financial year.  This was in spite of opposition from the Minority.  Joy News’ Kwesi Parker-Wilson reports from Parliament, this was done

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Kidnapped girls: Angry mother slaps suspect in court

Kidnapped girls: Angry mother slaps suspect in court

There was drama at the Sekondi High Court 2 in the Western Region Wednesday, when a mother of one of the kidnapped girls slapped the suspect, Samuel Udoterk after he pleaded not guilty to the crime. Comfort Arhin, mother of

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Ewe women are not doormats; Their loyalty is misinterpreted – Pastor rebukes Badu Kobi

Ewe women are not doormats; Their loyalty is misinterpreted – Pastor rebukes Badu Kobi

Founder and leader of Heaven Investment Chapel (HIC, The City Of God) Prosper Joemens Rohrmiller has rebuked Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi for the tribalistic comment he passed about Ewe, Asante, and Fante women in the country According to him, it

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ECG is back as gov’t suspends PDS agreement

ECG is back as gov’t suspends PDS agreement

Government has suspended the concession agreement with Power Distribution Services (PDS), bringing back the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to be in full control of power distribution. According to Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the decision was taken after government detected “fundamental

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Ayawaso- West Wuogon by- election: ‘Victims’ sue govt

Ayawaso- West Wuogon by- election: ‘Victims’ sue govt

Twenty – three people who claim to have suffered various forms of injuries during the violence that rocked the Ayawaso- West Wuogon by- election on January 31,2019, have sued the government over what they describe as violations of their fundamental

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Close Season starts August 1: Licence required to hunt Akrantiɛ

Close Season starts August 1: Licence required to hunt Akrantiɛ

The Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission has announced that the annual ban on hunting, capturing and destroying of wild animals will commence from August 1, 2019, and end on December 1, 2019. The five-month ban otherwise known as “Close

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NCCE must step up education on roles of MPs — Discussants

NCCE must step up education on roles of MPs — Discussants

Discussants at a Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) forum to discuss a research report dubbed: “How voters select their Members of Parliaments (MPs)” have called for the need for the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) to come up

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Justice Adinyira retires; advises lawyers against filing needless appeals

Justice Adinyira retires; advises lawyers against filing needless appeals

Justice Sophia Ophelia Adjeibea Adinyira has retired from the Supreme Court Bench with a caution to lawyers to stop from filing needless appeals at the apex court. At a farewell ceremony at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, she said: “some lawyers actually waste

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2019 Agotime Kente festival to attract over 15,000 tourists

2019 Agotime Kente festival to attract over 15,000 tourists

Over 15,000 local and foreign tourists are expected to grace this year’s Agotime Kente Festival, Mr. Anthony Agbovi, Chairman of the Planning Committee told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Ho. The festival, also known as Agbamevor Za (Kente Festival)

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