The Ghana police with their SWAT team have shown excellence and commitment to the country once again. As it stands, we are getting a daily report on the competence of the police force and how they are taking down criminals and illegal personalities from the country or streets.
A 38 - year - old suspected drug dealer has been arrested in Accra following an operation mounted by the Special Weapon and Tactics Unit of the Ghana Police Service. The suspect, Samuel Asante, was arrested upon a tip - off at the Christianburg castle junction at Osu where he was trading in substances suspected to be narcotics.
Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow option In January 1948, there was a boycott of the Europeans goods in the Gold coast led by INI Kwabena Banny (Boycott Hene means chief of boycott).
An increase in the active case of the virus is something that everyone is secured and fear of his or her life. The most dangerous part is the increase in cases of the virus in our basic and senior high schools in the country. The Ghana medical association came out to call for the closure of schools by the government to reduce the spread of the virus. But child right international (CRI) came out and against the closure of schools. The Ghana health services followed suit. They were of the view that the data available
The Christianburg castle (Osu castle) was one of the major centres for the trade of gold, ivory, guns, slaves just to mention a few. It is estimated that about 100,000-126,000 African slaves were transported from the Christianburg castle to the West indies. The Danes exercised dominion over the castle until it was later captured by a brave Ghanaian chief. Nana Asameni was a royal of Akwamu, trader and a warrior. He is well known for his courageous opposition towards the Danes. He planned to capture the Christianburg