The Accra High Court has adjourned the criminal case involving Rosemond Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poolo and his son for judgment to be taken on the case after court sat on it today. This comes at the back of an appeal being made to challenge the decision of a High Court Judge who sentenced her to 90 days in prison with hard labor for going naked infront of her son, an innocent little boy who is not up to eight years and putting such pictures in the public domain.
Kwame Asomani, a 60-year-old man from Agona Bobikuma is serving a twelve-month jail sentence after sacrificing his parcel of land to settle a bail condition for a stranger he met in police cells some months ago. His account of what transpired between him and the stranger, Osei Yaw Williams, whom he bailed will leave you questioning if anyone could ever be trusted let alone be saved from any situation.
The issue of lesbianism and gayism has become a talk of town in Ghana at the moment. The bone of contention and the brouhaha surrounding it as to whether it should be legalised or not is what has become the talk of the day. The religious bodies in the country have strongly opposed to the act while some sections are also standing against the fact that a bill should not be passed to make the act illegal.
After pushing Dag Heward Mills into a tight corner in Court over their pension benefits, one of the Pastors who took the action called Apostle Emmanuel Okoe Mensa is in a big trouble. According to the Police, the Lighthouse Chapel led by Dag Heward Mills reported Apostle Emmanuel Okoe Mensa for failing to return a Hyundai Elantra Saloon car belonging to the Church.
In every democratic nation the chance is given for everyone to air their views concerning issues especially if it will be to the development of the nation. Nevertheless there are rules and regulations governing how this is done. In as much is one might not be happy with certain circumstances occurring they are not expected to put the laws in their hands and do as they please.
Kevin Taylor Returns With 'Fire' As He Blasts And Exposes Kennedy Agyapong; Dares Him To Go To Court
The recent banters between Ghanaian based American investigative Journalist, Kelvin Ekow Taylor and firebrand Ghanaian lawmaker and Member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency, Honourable Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is becoming intense day in and day out. Self acclaimed anti-corruption campaigner, Kelvin Taylor has returned with serious heat on his show as he sends a strong message to Kennedy Agyapong.
NAM 1 And Two Others In Trouble After Court Issues Bench Warrant To Arrest Them For An Alleged Fraud
The CEO of the defunct Menzgold company, Nana Appiah Mensah, a.k.a NAM 1 and some other two people had themselves reported for an alleged fraud case some time ago. This alleged fraud case was reported to the Adentan Circuit Court. The Court summoned these three men to respond to charges levelled against them, but all three failed to appear on two occasions.
An appeal Court in Cape Coast has dismissed a case brought by the NDC Member of Parliament for Jomoro Constituency, Hon. Dorcas Affo-Toffey over her dual Citizenship case. The MP was dragged to Court after the 2020 Parliamentary Elections over allegations that, she holds Citizenship for both Ghana and Ivory Coast which is against the law.
Campaigners for the #FixGhanacampaign have staged a demonstration in London this morning to pres- home their demands for the Government to fix the numerous problems in the Country. The organizers who have been planning to organize a demonstration in London have finally succeeded after getting the green light from the Police in London to do so.
The Central Regional Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has been granted bail by a Cape Coast Circuit Court. Kwesi Dawood, who has been accused of sleeping with his own daughter was granted a 30,000 Cedis bail by the Court. It was his first appearance in Court after his arrest by the Police.
The recent indignation ringing in newspapers and trending on social media leaves one big question in my mind; "Was the 2020 elections really manipulated as it was alleged by the NDC?" Mahama's recent admission that NDC was not persistent in the 2020 elections vis-a-vis his comment makes me think that "the gods are asleep."
A Court in the Oil City, Takoradi has granted Josephine Mensah, the allegedly pregnant lady who was reported missing a GHS 50,000 bail with two sureties to reappear before Court on October 14, 2021. Her charges when she appeared before the Court was deceiving a public officer and false publication of news, as well as causing fear and panic in the environment she leaves.
Missing but found Takoradi woman who first gave false information about her whereabouts after faking a kidnapping. She also made is known to the public that, she was pregnant before the kidnapping took place. After pressure from the public mounted on her to speak the truth, she did.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) have filed an appeal against last Wednesday's ruling by the Cape Coast High Court that annulled the December 2020 Parliamentary elections results in the Assin North Constituency. Lawyers of the NDC on Monday morning stormed the Cape Coast High Court to appeal the ruling that was delivered on Wednesday against the Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson.
Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr has released excerpts of a High Court Judgement in the defamation suit between him and Hon. Kenedy Agyapong. This comes after the renowned journalist promised to serialized copies of the Court ruling for the public to see.
It appears the Saglemi Housing Project is creating some divisions within the leadership of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC). Since the Attorney General dragged former Minister of housing, Collins Dauda and 4 others to Court for causing financial loss to the State, there are accusations and counter accusations among leading members of the NDC and former MP for Ningo Prampram, Hon.
The National Communication Officer Sammy Gyamfi of the largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress ( NDC) has expressed his disappointment and disagreement with the Assin North Election Petition judgement. Sammy Gyamfi said he has taken notice of a decision by the Cape Coast High Court that has Annulled the Assin North Parliamentary Election held on Dec 7, 2020.
A former Minister of Health under the erstwhile NDC administration, Mr. Alex Segbefia has indicated that, the Assin North Parliamentary seat will still remain for the NDC despite a Court ruling to conduct fresh elections in the Constituency. Speaking to JoyNews Court Correspondent in the Central Region, Mr. Segbefia also accused the Court registry of intentionally preventing the NDC legal team from filing a new writ at the Court this morning.
A 33-year-old Ibrahim Inussah, has been brought before a Circuit Court in Sunyani for allegedly defrauding the Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Sunyani Technical University of an amount of GH¢39,220 through forgery of official documents. Ibrahim Inussah was charged with stealing, attempt to commit crime and forgery of official documents.
An Accra Juvenile Court has condemned a last year understudy of the Nungua Kroma Two Junior High School, who attacked an educator for rebuffing him, to a fine of GH¢1,800. The understudy, in default, would serve three months prison term. He had denied scheming with 15 different men to attack the instructor for rebuffing him for his inability to get his work done, however the Court, toward the finish of the preliminary, seen him as blameworthy.