Monthly Archives: September 2015

Anas names 5 Police officers, 7 state attorneys for investigations

Undercover investigator, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has forwarded the names of the 12 state attorneys and police officers who took bribes to subvert justice. He has, subsequently, petitioned the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice and the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) to sanction the said officers. He has since submitted videos of the suspects to the appropriate authorities for sanctions. Five policemen and seven ...

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Hajj Stampede: Nigerian Death Toll Rises To 20

The number of Nigerian pilgrims that lost their lives in the stampede at Mina, Saudi Arabia, last Thursday, has risen to 20 from the initial six. There were fears, yesterday, that the death toll may rise further as more states are still searching for their ‘missing’ pilgrims. Taraba, Sokoto and Gombe states have announced the loss of some pilgrims from ...

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PPI declines further to 4.4 percent

Producer Price Inflation (PPI) decreased to 4.4 percent in August from the 10.6 percent recorded in July 2015. The Producer Price Index measures the average change overtime in prices received by domestic producers for the production of their goods and services.The month-on-month change in producer price between July and August 2015 was minus 3.4 percent. The utilities sub sectors recorded ...

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Seven injured, dozens displaced after clashes in Bolgatanga

Dozens of people have been displaced after violent clashes in Atulbabisi, a suburb of Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region. Residents fled the area when a fierce gun battle ensued around 8pm Saturday and lasted for about two hours. Many houses and properties were also set on fire during the conflict. Seven people are currently receiving treatment at the Bolgatanga ...

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UHAS to start MPhil and PhD programmes next year

Authorities at the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) are upbeat about the preparedness of the university to start running masters and Doctor of Philosophies (PhD) degrees programmes in Health and Allied Sciences in the next academic year. According to the Vice Chancellor Professor Fred Newton Binka, the university hopes to begin the graduate programme in Public Health which ...

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I Have Never Bribed A Judge – Nana Addo

“None of the cases I did were as the result of seeing a judge in chambers. It is important that people at the bar continue to uphold those principles, that at the end of the day, you get judgement based on the cogency of your argument, the skill of your advocate, his or her knowledge of the law and presentation ...

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Akufo-Addo: I’m not perfect, but honest

“I’m not a perfect man, but my intention is an honest one,” Nana Addo. The flagbearer of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has reiterated Ghanaians can trust him to run a clean administration, despite his shortfalls as human.Nana Akufo-Addo at a thanksgiving service for the party’s parliamentary candidate for Tema West Carlos Ahenkorah at Sakumono on Sunday, said ...

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#NDCDecides : Committee clears 56 in Brong Ahafo

56 aspirants have been cleared to contest in the upcoming primaries in Brong Ahafo region. They include Deputy Education Minister and incumbent MP for Tano North constituency, Alex Kyeremeh who is likely to go unopposed like other nine incumbent MPs and two DCEs. While the results for two aspirants in the NDC Parliamentary race in the Brong Ahafo Region have ...

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Let My Vote Count justifies another demo on Sept. 29

The Convener for pro opposition group, Let My Vote Count Alliance, David Asante, has defended the group’s decision to embark on another march to present their petition over a new voters’ register to the Electoral Commission.According to David Asante, the group is resolved to employ all legal means possible to make sure its position on the need for a new electoral ...

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Burkina Faso coup guards unit to be disbanded

A unit of guards that carried out a coup in Burkina Faso last week before handing back power is to be disbanded. The interim government announced it was disbanding the presidential guard. Interim President Michel Kafando was formally reinstated on Wednesday after an intervention from the army and several West African leaders. Coup leader Gen Gilbert Diendere admitted the putsch ...

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