NEWS

72 year old burned ‘witch’ case adjourned

The Magistrate's Court in Tema trying the case involving six people who are alleged to have tortured and set ablaze a 72-year-old woman, Ama Ahemmah, leading to her death has adjourned the case to December 23, 2010. The decision of the court is to enable the prosecution to furnish it with the autopsy report

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Rawlings is my Hero – Prof. Adei

The Former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Professor Stephen Adei says Ex President Rawlings is one of his heroes. The man who recently criticized persons who defend the legacies of Ghana’s First President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, hailed Mr. Rawlings, a two time coup maker describing him as sincere, charismatic and someone who speaks from his heart without hesitation

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Elderly peolpe are not Witches – Rev

The Minister in-charge of the Anointed One Presbyterian Church at Sakumono, Reverend Emmanuel Adu Tetteh, has cautioned family and community members against accusing elderly people of witchcraft. He advised people to take care of their grown-up parents and members of their families, since the fifth commandment enjoins children to "honour your father and your mother

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NDC Youth Organiser: I Don’t Pay Tolls

An executive member of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has confessed that he has never paid road toll ever since his Party assumed power in 2009. The Deputy Regional Youth Organiser of the Party, Asiedu Keteke, stunned journalists and other party members, when he openly admitted that he had driven past tool booths several times without paying

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Tony Aidoo: Who The Hell Is Akufo-Addo To Warn Mills?

Head of Policy Monitoring and Evaluation at the Presidency, Dr. Tony Aidoo, has questioned the temerity of Nana Akufo-Addo, flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to issue a warning to President Mills against collateralizing the nation’s expected revenue to be derived from the recently discovered oil

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Armed robbers attack Laryea Kingston’s home

Five robbers raided the home of Ghana midfielder Laryea Kingston in Accra and threatened his nanny and four children with a gun on Saturday night. His security man was severely beaten as the thieves broke into the player’s home. The securty man is currently on admission at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital

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Betty Mould: I’m not mad

The Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Betty Mould-Iddrisu, has vehemently denied rumuors that she had interest in contesting for the Affigya Kwabre constituency parliamentary seat in the Ashanti region. “No, am I mad?” she asked rhetorically when Daily Guide asked her whether she would contest the said seat on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)

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Ministers Fail To Declare Assets

A corruption assessment report which is still being finalized by the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC), reveals that a large number of ministers, Members of Parliament, ambassadors, metropolitan/municipal/district chief executives civil service officials and key officers who are required by law to declare their assets and liabilities have not done so

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Campaigning not halted in District Assembly elections:EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) has said that mounting of platforms for district level elections continue as scheduled. This is contrary to media reports that the activities had been suspended. A statement signed by Mr Kwadwo Sarfo-Kantaka, Deputy Chairman in Charge of Operations at the EC, said the attention of the EC had been drawn to a news item in the early hours of December 17

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President Mills axes Stan Dogbe

The man who prides himself of being a presidential aide with the responsibility of developing communications strategy for President Atta Mills and his ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Stanislav Xoese Dogbe, is in the news again

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