Mahama Bus Catches Fire

One of the Metro Mass Transit (MMT) buses with portraits of President John Mahama and other former presidents, which was travelling from Accra to Cape Coast, caught fire midway through the journey when two of its tyres exploded on the Kasoa-Cape Coast highway yesterday afternoon. No casualty was recorded in the incident that drew milling residents to the scene. According …

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Akua Donkor Thrills Court

Further cross-examination of Akua Donkor, founder of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP) and failed presidential hopeful, in the case in which she is accusing four persons, including her driver, of robbery, took a dramatic turn yesterday. This time round, Akua asked private legal practitioner, Vincent Aikins, to drop the English language and speak Twi for the hearing of the case. …

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Tamale: Fire guts St. Charles Senior High School

Properties worth thousands of Ghana cedis were reportedly lost through a fire outbreak which gutted the St. Charles Senior High School last night in Tamale in the Northern region. The cause of the inferno is not yet established. The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has begun investigations into the circumstances that led to last Tuesday’s fire outbreak. …More soon

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Waterfall Disaster Warning Was Ignored – Prophet Gyebi

The General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, who predicted the Kintampo Waterfall tragedy a week ahead, says God would hold accountable those who ignored the “caution prophecy” he had made public. According to him, since there are consequences for ignoring prophecies and prophets, “it is better for people to believe and live than to doubt and …

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17 perish at Kintampo Waterfalls after trees crashed them to death

At least seventeen persons have lost their lives at the Kintampo Waterfalls in the Brong Ahafo region after trees crashed on them following a heavy storm in the area Sunday. Revellers, mostly students had gone to the Waterfalls site to wind down their weekend but ended up being killed when heavy trees fell from the top of the waterfalls and …

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Tourism minister mourns Kintampo disaster victims

The Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Catherine Afeku, has expressed her condolences to families of people who lost their lives in Sunday’s Kintampo Waterfalls disaster. 19 students have been confirmed dead at the Kintampo Waterfalls in the Brong Ahafo region after trees crashed on them following a heavy storm on Sunday. Eyewitnesses say the heavy trees fell from …

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