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Otumfuo sued over Kumawu stool

The Kumawu Ananaya Royal Family has sued Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene and the President of the Asanteman Council, over attempts to enstool Dr. Yaw Sarfo as the Kumawuhene-elect.

Asiedu Nketia borrowed NPP money to pay light bill – Kofi Adams

Deputy General Secretary of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams has condemned the holier than thou attitude of his boss, Johnson Asiedu Nketia when it comes to party loyalty.

2 persons arrested with fake Goil coupons

Two persons were yesterday arraigned before an Accra circuit court for allegedly possessing 213 pieces of fake Goil fuel coupons valued at GH₵10,650.
They are Jonathan Ofoli Quaye, technician and Samuel Osafo Amponsah, supervisor.

Burkina's chaos is no surprise - Aning

A security expert with the Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Centre says Ghana has a major responsibility to resolve the chaos that has left governance in Burkina Faso grounding to a halt.

Boys Who Gang Raped 20-Yr-Old Girl (PHOTO)

A 20-year-old lady is in hospital after she was allegedly gang-raped by five men—an action which was videoed in a dark room at Sabon Zongo in Accra.

Car ‘boot’ robbers nabbed

Two Robbers who decided to change the con­ventional way of robbing by hiding in the boots of cars to attack their victims have been remanded into police custody by an Accra Circuit Court.

Call off strike so we withdraw court case - gov't to workers

Government says it is ready to withdraw a court case against public sector workers if they call off the strike.
The week-long strike by 12 labour unions has left public hospitals deserted with pupils in public schools wandering about on their various campuses.

Leadership Of Striking Unions And Ministry Of Labour In Another Crunch Meeting

Labour unions are in a crunch meeting with the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations on the impasse over the management of the second tier pension fund.

AG’s Dep’t Lacks Courage

A PRIVIATE legal practitioner and a beneficiary of series of judgment debt against the state, Kweku Yamoah Paintsil, has branded the Attorney General’s Department as lacking courage and the responsibility to let the state know that they have no case when writs are filed against it.

Some Senior High Schools breed “wee” smokers

Some Indian hemp smokers going through rehabilitation have said they acquitted the habit when they were in senior high schools (SHSs).

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