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Girl bites Fire Chief’s manhood

The life of Phillip Ansah, the Technical Municipal Fire Service Commander is in serious danger following a bite on his manhood by his subordinate, a community fire employee attached to the Station when he allegedly attempted to sexually assault her. The fire chief was said to-have visited the lady who was posted to the station under the Youth Enter­prise Agency …

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Commercial drivers declare strike over BRT system

Some commercial drivers in Accra are beginning an indefinite strike today over the BRT system. The drivers are protesting the introduction of the Bus Rapid Transport system by the government. They claim the new transport arrangement will push them out of business. “We are the drivers and we know how we are suffering and have been struggling. We have children …

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Woman stabs boyfriend to death

A 23-year-old woman who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death in the heat of an argument has been provisionally charged with murder before an Accra Magistrate court. Veronica Akua Operebea plea was not taken when she appeared before the court, presided over by Mr Isaac Addo and was remanded into police custody Presenting the facts of the case, Sergeant Eric …

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Thief Carries Stolen Motorbike As Punishment (PHOTO)

A suspected motorbike thief had a double dose of maltreatment from those who arrested him at Puloyafong within the Tamale Metropolis. The thief in his late 20s after being subjected to severe beatings by angry residents, was also compelled to carry the motorbike which weighs over 80 kilograms from the scene of the crime while he was made to recite …

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Police Run To Court To Stop DKM Demo In Sunyani

The Sunyani Police Command is in court seeking an order to stop a planned demonstration by aggrieved customers of microfinance company, DKM slated for Saturday, September 17. The Police say they don’t have enough officers and logistics to provide security for the protestors as it coincides with the governing National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) manifesto launch in the area. NDC members …

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Govt Admits No Cash For Salaries

The government of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has admitted that it does not have money to pay its workers and therefore has been borrowing from the money market at high interest rates. The situation has caused it to dip its hands into the budget allocations of ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) to settle its employees. The financial situation, which …

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Diamond Appiah Warns Prez. Mahama Over Obinim

Diamond Appiah has sent a word of warning to the first gentleman of the land, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama. The follower of Bishop Obinim cautioned the president to desist from involving himself in the matters of the man of God and his church. Diamond believes the president used the arrest of Obinim to draw attention off the event when …

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No light, no vote – Sherigu residents to gov’t

Residents of Sherigu, a suburb of Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region have threatened to vote against the NDC government if e community is not connected to the national grid. They also want their roads which they say are in deplorable condition fixed. According them, several appeals to government to fulfill promises made to them have not yielded any results. …

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