Police rescued the Lives of Two School children that had been kidnapped and was driving to a ritualist. Kidnapping and rituals killing has becomes rampant each and everyday whereby there won't be a day passed by and you won't hear of such crimes. News reaching 5G-News indicate that one Mr Manuel,(an eyes witness) on Saturday, 4th September around 5pm, decided to go buy some stuff at the Ayi Mensah toll booth.
Francis Xavier Sosu, the Member of Parliament for Madina Constituency was almost captured by the Police Service and 'embarrassed', had it not been a group of protestors who resisted his arrest today during a protest he staged. This incident happened after a durbar at Ayi Mensah here in the Greater Accra Region.
The Madina MP, Francis-Xavier Sosu, has documented a basic liberties activity against the Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, over the endeavors to capture him. The common freedoms legal advisor who drove his constituents in the #FixOurRoads demo has been battling a few endeavors by the Police to take him in on charges of hindrance of thruway and obliteration of public property.
Police have formally filed charges, including causing damage to public property, against Francis Xavier Sosu in court over a demonstration he led in his constituency in Madina. The issue about the MP for Madina Constituency Honourable Franvis-Xavier Sosu seems to be reaching it climax as the Police officially drags the law making Member of Parliament to court on the grounds of causing damage to public property and obstructing highways during the massive demonstration he and his constituents embarked on
This was after the police had gotten a letter from the Speaker of Parliament demonstrating that Mr. Sosu is out of the country on Parliamentary obligations. The MP, has been charged for unlawfully obstructing a public street and the annihilation of public property after he joined his constituents to set out on a dissent over helpless streets nearby on October, long term.
Ever thought about what Ghanaians love to do on finishes of the week following a repetitive multi day stretch of work or school? Taking everything into account, living in Ghana on a non-end of the week day is a mix among hustling and clamoring. People regularly have no an ideal chance to do party in the purpose behind the week. Going to go after a Monday morning sends shivers down the spine anyway when the week's end moves close, all that balls down to having an average loosening up and a noteworthy week's