Monthly Archives: September 2015

Exclusive: Photos Of Gifty Anti’s ‘Knocking’ Ceremony

Razzonline has exclusively got hold of photos from the much-anticipated ‘Knocking’ ceremony between celebrated media personalities, Oyiakehyire Nana Ansah Kwao IV and Gifty Anti. The event, which serves as the initial process of marriage – in line with the traditional settings in Ghana, took place earlier this month in the family house of the Antis. The colourful event was attended ...

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Implicated judges ordered to reappear before investigative c’ttee

The 22 lower court judges contesting the legality of the investigative committee set up by the judicial council will now have no option but to appear before it. This was after the presiding judge, Justice Getrude Torkonoo dismissed the case brought before her by some of the judges alleged to have been involved in the judicial bribery scandal.The judges were ...

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‘inJustice’ Dery’s contempt suit dismissed as frivolous

An Accra High Court has dismissed a contempt application brought by Justice Paul Uuter Dery against journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, two editors of the New Crusading Guide newspaper and Suleimana Braimah of the Media Foundation for West Africa. Justice Dery, one of 12 High Court judges captured on video allegedly taking bribes to pervert justice, wanted the four journalists and ...

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Bawumia Visits Ghanaian Pilgrims

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has visited the Hajj camp in Minna, Saudi Arabia and later met with the National Chief Imam Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu. Mina also known as the tent city is a neighbourhood of Mecca and it is the place where the stoning of the devil takes place. Pilgrims are housed in air-conditioned tents here. The Ghanaian pilgrims visibly ...

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[VIDEO] ‘We Are Not Gays’ – Robert Mugabe Tells UN General Assembly

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe yesterday took his anti-gay campaign to the ongoing UN General Assembly where he bluntly told world leaders at the United Nations that Africans are not gays and totally reject attempts to prescribe new rights including gay rights in Africa. “We equally reject attempts to prescribe “new rights” that are contrary to our values, norms, traditions, and ...

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Police Moves To Arrest “Anas” Judges

The aL-hAJJ’s intelligence has gathered that the Ghana Police Service under the able leadership of the hardworking Inspector General, Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, would from today move to take into their custody the judges who were implicated in the alleged bribery scandal that rocked the country’s judiciary recently. Impeccable information reaching this paper indicates that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of ...

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Ghanaian school sweeps awards at Commonwealth competition

The Roman Ridge School has won a record breaking twenty-three (23) medals in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015 – the most of any school in Ghana. Pupils of The Roman Ridge School captured an unprecedented 23 medals – 9 Gold, 7 Silver and 7 Bronze,  – across both the Junior and Senior categories. Over 13,000 young people from 600 ...

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#NDCDecides: Security patrol heightens in Karaga

Security operatives are on a high alert in the Karaga district of the Northern Region. This is to avert an alleged ploy by some angry youth of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Karaga constituency to destroy party paraphernalia over the disqualification of Mohammed Kamil, a Parliamentary aspirant. Mohammed Kamil was in the race with the incumbent NDC Member ...

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I went undercover with President Mahama on a story – Anas

Ace undercover investigative journalist Anas a Aremeyaw Anas said he and President John Mahama worked together on one of his riskiest investigative pieces at Bole in the past. It was the Bole Rebo Raid in which Anas sought to expose the abductors of a chief. President Mahama was then the Member of Parliament for the Bole-Bamboi constituency and he joined Anas ...

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Black Queens bonus: Sack Sports Minister- Otiko Djaba

The National Women’s Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Otiko Afisa Djaba wants the Minister for Sports, Alhaji Mustapha Ahmed sacked if bonuses owed the Black Queens are not paid. The senior female national football team members are still lodging in their hotel at M Plaza after returning from the All Africa Games in Congo, following the inability of ...

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