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Police and bribe: MTTD boss dares public to provide proof

Accra Central Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) Commander, DCOP Alphonse Adu-Amankwah, has dared the public to help engender an era of discipline on the roads. He says combatting indiscipline on the roads is a collective responsibility and invites the travelling public to join hands with the police to ensure the rules are obeyed. DCOP Adu-Amankwah who was speaking in an exclusive interview with ...

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Mahama visits Super O.D.

Former President John Mahama has paid a visit to veteran actor Super O.D. “I was in Swedru on Sunday to visit my friend, the good old Super OD. He is such a good company always,” Mr Mahama wrote on his Facebook page. His visit came a day after he took part in the main opposition National Democratic Congress’ Unity Walk in the Central Region on Sunday where he described the national digital addressing system ...

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19 out of 20 imported electrical cables fake

In a scheme to rake in profits, several importers of electrical cables are flooding the market with fake products that do not meet critical safety requirements. A nationwide surveillance conducted by the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) last Friday revealed that more than 70 per cent of all imported electrical cable brands on the market were substandard and could cause fires. Out of 22 electrical cable brand ...

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NDC paid GHS50, GHS100 to members to attend unity walk – Duncan

Central Regional Minister Kwamena Duncan has described the unity walk of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Central Region as a deception. According to him, the NDC is deceiving its members across the country that the party is united for future elections whereas in reality, there are deep cracks within the main opposition party. Mr Duncan made the comment when he spoke to Ghana Yensom on Accra 10 ...

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(Video) Obinim burns church members’ used panties

Members of the International Godsway Church on Sunday, 5 November sent their used underwear to church on the instructions of their leader and founder Bishop Daniel Obinim for spiritual warfare. The underwear included knickers, brassieres, panties, boxer shorts and briefs of all sort. According to Bishop Obinim, the underwear were repositories of suffering thus the need to burn them so his congregation would ...

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NDC polls: I’m contesting for Nat’l Organiser – Quansah

Former Central Regional Minister Aquinas Tawiah Quansah, has launched his bid to become the next National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He will be contesting against former National Organiser Yaw Boateng Gyan who has also shown his interest to stage a comeback. The incumbent, Kofi Adams is yet to announce his decision to contest in the polls. The party is gearing up for its internal e ...

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C/R NDC Unity walk: We knew Rawlings wont come – Quansah

Former Central Regional Minister Aquinas Tawiah Quansah, has revealed that the organisers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) unity walk held in Cape Coast on Saturday November 4 were aware that former President Jerry John Ralwings was not going to participate in the exercise. Several stalwarts of the NDC including former president John Dramani Mahama took part in the exercise apart from Mr Ralwings a ...

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Ayisi-Boateng’s comment: Minority being hypocritical – MP

The Member of Parliament for Nsawam-Adoagyiri and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Parliament, Frank Annor Domoreh, has said the persistent calls by the Minority in Parliament for Ghana’s High Commissioner to South Africa, George Ayisi-Boateng to be sacked over his comments that NPP members are his topmost priority, smacks of hypocrisy. According to him, Mr Ayisi-Boateng has not gained notoriety ...

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GHS50 for Paebo victims as compensation

Victims of the Paebo mining disaster in the Eastern Region are to receive a paltry GHS50 as compensation package, two years after the explosion and fire incident. According to the Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery, the company, AKY Mining Services Limited, whose operations led to the explosion has paid an amount of GHS 100,000 to the Ministry as compensation to the over 2000 victims affected by the disaster. ...

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Ayisi-Boateng retracts and apologises for divisive comment

Ghana's High Commissioner to South Africa, Mr George Ayisi-Boateng has retracted and apologised for his comment to the effect that he would serve the interest of New Patriotic Party (NPP) members ahead of all others. Mr Ayisi-Boateng at a meeting with the Kumasi Technical University branch of the Tertiary Education Students Confederacy (TESCON) of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) last Sunday said, “Indeed I’m ...

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