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Overturn ruling and re-arrest freed Delta Force 8 – NDC MPs

The Minority NDC Caucus in Parliament is demanding for the immediate overturn of the Kumasi Court ruling that freed 8 members of vigilate group, Delta Force for lack of evidence. They also want the court to order for the re-arrest of the group and prosecute them. In their view, Wednesday’s court ruling is a slap in the face of justice …

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NPP didn’t treat us well – Freed Delta Force members

Eight members of the Vigilante group, Delta Force, affiliated to the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) who were freed by Kumasi Circuit Court 2 on May, 17, 2017 have stated that they will not sacrifice themselves for the NPP anymore. According to them, the party didn’t treat them well in their difficult period and as a result have resloved not …

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Ghanaian deportees from US to arrive in few weeks

The US government has revealed that Ghanaians living illegally in the United States of America and held by the US authorities are being processed for deportation in the next few weeks. A charter aircraft will be arriving in Ghana in the next few weeks with deported Ghanaians from the USA, the US government has said. “More will be returning…There will …

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Delta 8 discharge: Premature to pass judgement – Short

Former Commissioner for the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Justice Emile Short, has called for calm in the wake of the discharge of the eight members of the dreaded group – Delta force- by a Kumasi Circuit Court Wednesday. The news of the release of the eight who raided the court in Kumasi to free 13 of …

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Ghana going paperless at ports Sept 1 – Bawumia

Vice president Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has announced Ghana is going 100 per cent paperless at the ports from September 1, 2017. “From September 1, however we do it, because the technology is available, Ghana is going 100 per cent paperless at the ports to bring about efficiency, Customs, GRA, GPHA take notice,” the vice president announced at the Port Efficiency …

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Delta 8 discharge: Impunity justified – Aning

The discharge of the eight Delta Force members by the Kumasi court is a justification of impunity, The Head of the Department of Research at the Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) Dr. Emmanuel Kwesi Aning has said. “A culture of impunity is created when people are not dealt with accordingly because of political backing,” he stated on …

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Shatta Wale accused me of stealing a MacBook – Bulldog

Former Manager of Shatta Wale, Bulldog, has revealed that the dancehall king accused him of theft while they were together in Germany in 2013. Narrating how Shatta Wale got nude pictures of his wife, the Artiste Manager, told KOD on The Zone on Wednesday, May 17 that he had planned buying a new laptop when Shatta Wale gifted him his …

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Akosombo Residents Demonstrate Over ‘Killer’ Tariffs (PHOTOS)

Some residents of Akosombo in the Eastern Region on Tuesday took to the streets to demonstrate over what they describe as killer electricity tariffs. According to the demonstrators the high tariffs started after the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) changed their meters. “I was away for about a month and when the bill came it was around GHC500. How can …

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Tamale Market Women Threaten To Vote Against Nana Addo In 2020

A demolition exercise embarked by the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly led by the Mayor, Musah Iddrisu at the Tamale market Monday morning seems to have incurred the wrath of some market women whose structures were completely destroyed. The angry market women expressed their displeasure at President Akufo-Addo for what they described as endorsing the exercise at the expense of their businesses …

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8 Power Deals To Be Deferred – Cancelling Them Will Cost Ghana $500m

Government is unable to cancel eight Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) deemed excess capacity because the financial implications range between $400million and $500million. The earliest any of the eight projects would come on stream is 2019 by which time it would not be needed since it would be excess capacity. Consequently, the only option left for the government is to defer …

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