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Hospital accused of ‘Killing’ twin babies

A young couple whose twin babies died during delivery at the Tema General Hospital on Wednesday November 3, has accused the Hospital of "murder" through negligence. According to them, the two girls could have survived if nurses and doctors on duty had been more responsible and professional in attending to them

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Spio attacks Mills for leaving Rawlings homeless

A National Vice Chairman of the ruling National Democratic Congress, Dr. Ekow Spio Garbrah is angry at what he calls Government’s lack of care and sympathy to the plight of the Party’s Founder, Jerry John Rawlings. According to Dr. Garbrah, the Mills government has not made attempts to house the former President nine months after his house was gutted by fire

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Nana Konadu’s ‘friends’ whip Vice President

The Communications Director of the Friends of Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings (FONKAR), Dela Coffie, has accused Vice President John Mahama of betraying the National Democratic Congress when the party was in opposition. According to Dela Coffie, information FONKAR has accessed shows that the Vice President received monetary and other benefits from former National Security boss

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‘Spio-Garbah is a naked opportunist’ – Ablakwa

In what appears to be a defense for President Mills, Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, a Deputy Information Minister has bluntly lashed out at Dr. Spio Gabrah, a First Vice Chairman of the NDC. Mr. Ablakwa who was exasperated by Dr. Gabrah’s latest criticism of President Mills described the CEO of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO) as a naked opportunist

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Ghana is Sweden’s third largest trade partner – Swedish Trade Minister

Ghana is currently considered Sweden's third largest trade partner in Sub-Saharan Africa, Dr Ewa Bjorling, Swedish Minister of Trade, announced on Tuesday at a press conference in Accra. She noted that trade relations between the two countries had steadily increased over the years, indicating increased interest among Swedish companies to strengthen business relations with Ghana

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Pregnant woman in cocaine case granted bail

The pregnant woman among four persons arrested in connection with the 125 slabs of cocaine recently seized at the Tema Harbour was on Tuesday November 9, admitted to bail by the Fast Track High Court. Kyerewaa Twum-Barimah was admitted to bail in the sum of GH¢80,000 with two sureties, one to be justified

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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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