NEWS

Court summons Gbevlo-Lartey

The Accra Fast Track High Court Monday directed its registry to serve a hearing notice on the National Security Co-ordinator, Lt. Col (Rtd) Larry Gbevlo-Lartey, to appear in court on November 15, for the case of the 88 ex-national security operatives whose appointments have been terminated

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Mills is no1 Fear Monger – Kofi Jumah

Maxwell Kofi Jumah, Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa in the Ashanti Region, has alleged that if someone was to be dealt with decisively by the security apparatus for creating fear and panic in the country, then it should be President John Evans Mills. He stated, “He is the number one fear monger”

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Stx deal is Fraudulent – Minority Leader

Parliament’s Minority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu is accusing President Mills’ led administration of perpetrating fraud vis-à-vis the joint venture agreement on the 10 billion dollar STX housing project. The STX Company, through the controversial housing deal would provide government with an amount of $1,525,443,468.00 for the construction of 30,000 Units of houses

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President Mills is now a propaganda secretary – NPP activist

A staunch NPP activist, Kwabena Sarpong, has described the speech made by President Mills over the weekend at the celebrations of the Upper East @ 50 as a propagandist one. According to him, the President has descended to the level of a propaganda secretary and is giving excuses and telling stories about two years into his administration

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Electoral Commission will increase electoral areas

Electoral areas would increase from about 5,000 to about 6,000 when the proposed Legislative Instrument on the creation of new electoral areas is passed into law by Parliament. Mr. George Kuntu Blankson, Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Local Government and Rural Development, Subsidiary Legislation and Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, said

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Time up for fear mongers – Pres Mills declares

President John Evans Atta Mills has restated his determination to deal "appropriately and decisively" with miscreants who will want to hold the nation hostage through the creation of fear and panic. Addressing a colorful durbar in Bolgatanga to climax the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Upper East Region on Saturday, the President gave an assurance that those who chose to indulge in fear-mongering would fail

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Castle Boys Fight Over Cash

The Boys employed by the Presidency to counter the pressure group, Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG), under the name, Alliance for Responsible Opposition A(FRO) are allegedly fighting among themselves over cash. AFRO, which was formed barely a month ago by elements of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) with support from the National Security Co-ordinator

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Two men nabbed for offering boy for rituals

Police in Half Assini in the Western Region have arrested two galamsey operators at Amantem near Tarkwa for offering a five-year old boy to be killed for ritual purposes to boost their business. They are Francis Osafua Kojo, 25 from Menzezor near Aiyinase and Peter Amoah, 32 from Princess Town near Axim who are currently engaging in galamsey activities at Amantem

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Ghanaians are living in fear – Ursula

The Vice President of FIDA International and a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ms Ursula Owusu, has told the President that insecurity really exists in the country and that he should deal decisively with it. President John Evans Atta Mills re-stated at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Upper East Region on Saturday

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Doctors threaten industrial action

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has called on the government to pay all outstanding on-call duty allowances due doctors working in public institutions by November 30, to forestall any industrial unrest. The GMA also urged the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to engage them to clear all the bottlenecks surrounding the impending implementation of the Single Spine Salary Structure, as regards doctors and the Health sector generally

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Caf endorses Nyantakyi’s candidature for top post

CAF has approved Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi’s candidature for the executive committee of the continent’s governing body. This means Nyantakyi will stand election for the top post early next year in Sudan. He will be vying for the position of Member of the Executive Committee of CAF for Zone West B in March. Benin FA boss Moucharaf Anjorin has also applied to contest the position and his candidature has also been approved by CAF

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