Straight to the Point. Old School network is one of the major avenues for corruption in Ghana! Old BOYS...or Old GIRLS or Old Secondary School Associations are pain in Ghana's posterior. We have suffered from it. The last one was John Mahama's NDC Government, where the school mates of Ghana Secondary School and Tamale Secondary School teamed up to rob us to the last 'anini'.
The National Lottery Authority (NLA) has cautioned the public against the activities and operations of lotto fraudsters, social media miscreants (like Facebook / Twitter etc.) and illegal lotto operators and agents.
Source: mynewsgh. com - Members and executives of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have descended heavily on Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon Simon Osei Mensah for describing former President John Mahama as ‘Dirty Pig’ and also accusing the party of planning evil in Ashanti Region to win more votes in the 2020 election
Right So! Ghana Fire Service officers beat up journalists, vandalize studio over fire ‘April Fool’ prank
Source: mynewsgh. com - Angry personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) on Monday vented their spleen on journalists of two local radio stations at Nkronza in the Bono East Region for pranking them about an accident, MyNewsGh. com reports.
Source: starrfm. com. gh - The Police administration has announced investigations have commenced into the shooting which led to the death of one person at Kasoa in the Central region.
The deceased, Richard Aheheto, is reported to have been shot accidentally after he and others tried to seize a weapon from an officer after the police had attended to a distress call in the community.
Relatives and friends of the seven murdered, accused the police of planting guns to frame the deceased persons after they had been gruesomely killed.
Source: citinewsroom. com - The compensation offered to the families of the seven men wrongly killed by police at Manso-Nkwanta in the Ashanti Region in July 2018 will mean little if it is not complemented with the prosecution of the police officers found culpable.
The bereaved families want the government to work towards the prosecution of the police officers indicted after they were presented cheques of GHc 250,000 each.
Source: 3news. com - The Police administration has justified the reinstatement of one of its officers captured in a viral video last year physically assaulting a woman at Midland Savings and Loans Company in Accra.
Lance Corporal Frederick Amanor Godzi was interdicted in the wake of the July 19, 2018 brutality which sparked public outrage. Criminal charges were leveled against him before a circuit court, but he was later discharged for ‘want of prosecution’.
Source: kasapafmonline. com - The account given by wife of the deceased who was “accidentally shot” by the Police following some disturbances at Kasoa in the Central region has indicated the victim was shot dead in his home
Source: myjoyonline. com - The opposition National Democratic Congress bent on holding the government accountable for its appointment of a Director for a non-existent port.
The Deputy Transport Minister, Titus Glover, has previously justified the decision, saying that Alexander Adusei will “supervise the groundwork” and act as a “liaison” officer to “engage consultants, architects and the community.”
Firstly, it is important to point out that Ghana has been exporting electricity to its neighbours for decades. Available records from the Energy Commission confirms that Ghana exported 530MW in 2013, 522MW in 2014, 587MW in 2015, and 187MW in 2016...
Source: starrfm. com. gh - Former Deputy Power Minister, John Jinapor has challenged claims by President Akufo-Addo that Ghana is now transporting power to neighboring Burkina Faso as a result of his competent handling of the energy sector.
Source: theheraldghana. com - The Tema West Constituency Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dennis Amfo-Sefah, has alleged that the on-going Tema Port Expansion project, short-changed the Ghanaian tax payer.
He said, the negotiations on the contract were not properly carried out, thereby raising a lot of eyebrows.
Source: dailymailgh. com - A Ghanaian national Ali Hassan who has overstayed his work visa in Taiwan for 19 years has been arrested in Taipei for driving under the influence of alcohol and other traffic offences.
Source: myjoyonline. com - The Ghana Police Service has revealed that it is getting closer to finding three kidnapped girls, a saga that has grabbed the nation’s attention for months.
“We know where the girls are,” the Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department DCOP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah told reporters Tuesday.
Source: myjoyonline. com - A two-man Nigerian gang have been busted and have confessed to at least 11 armed robberies, a spree that included raping their victims before bolting with cash worth more than one million cedis.
The two, 34-year old Daniel Ackan and another called Faith, were arrested on March 9 2019, the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service has revealed.
Source: GNA/ghananewsagency - Passengers have been urged to reprimand drivers, who drive recklessly, and not keep quiet while these drivers put their lives in danger.
"You sometimes have a commercial bus driver, speeding on the shoulder of the road to avoid traffic, with ten to fifteen passengers, seated quietly without a word of protest, against their very lives being trifled with.".
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