The former Chairman of PNC, Mr Bernard Monarh has indicated his disappointment in the viral video of some arm wielding young men, allegedly warning Ghanaians to run away few days ago. Although they came publicly to denounce the suggestion that they were armed robbers, prior to their arrest by the police, Mr Mornah insists it would be difficult to defend them in court because they have no authority to posses and publicly display weapons that they did not legally acquire.
There seems to be a longstanding tussle between the Supreme Court and some bigwigs of the opposition National Democratic Congress. Recall, the NDC petitioned the Electoral Commission over the final verdict of the 2020 general elections, which saw Akuffo-Addo secure his second term in office. Information trickling in has it that Chief Justice Annin Yeboah has reported Dr. Dominic Ayine, who serves as a Ranking member of NDC Communications Team to the General Legal Council over statements allegedly made about the elections petition and final ruling of the Supreme Court.
The news which is spreading fast and faster concerning the case between the renowned Poster and the famous Chief has taken a whole different dimension. Before we deep in depper, lt make known some series of Issues which were raised by Pastor Haward Mills in his recent emotional letter to The famous Chief Nana Osei Tutu.
The Achievements of the King of the Ashanti Kingdom, Otumfour Osei Tutu the Second have been listed by a group called The Ashanti Professional Club and it seems to be exceeding some achievements of past heads of state. Since the king was enthroned in 1999, he has been able to offer scholarships to hundreds of thousands people in the country.
A Communication team member of the NPP, Ellen Ama Daaku, has revealed that she will say no to her son if he comes and tells her that he wants to join the Ghana Police Service. Ellen Ama Daaku made this revelation on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro TV today when she lamented the dangers that Police personnel face every day in the line of duty.