The Bawku Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) is calling for the deployment of more soldiers and police officers to provide security protection for school children in Bawku amid the unending shootings in the town. There is a curfew in place in Bawku, there is a ban on the wearing of smock in Bawku and male pillion riding has been outlawed in Bawku, yet the security situation in Bawku continues to remain volatile.
I am very sorry Aisha' - 40-year-old woman breaks down in court after allegedly maltreating her maid
Aisha Fuseini, the 16-year-old girl at the centre of a court case, will have her soul trembling in happiness and a choice to make after the Agona District court sat on her case this morning. Aisha who died on 26 July 2021, will have to make a choice whether to forgive her madam after the madam begged her soul for forgiveness this morning.
So far, there is no major blunder in respective of officiating in the Ghana Premier League, as we expected football referee are supposed to controlling the players and ensuring all the rules are adhered to. As the league entering the match week 13, the GFA is making sure all referees are satisfied because it is fair to say without these referees the Ghana Premier could not go ahead.
Innusa Fuseini was arrested by the Police in Kasoa and at the Kasoa Ofankor circuit court, decided to pretend to faint to escape trial but that did not work. The crime Fuseini has been committing in the Kasoa CP is that he has sex with women and records them with a hidden camera in his room.
Match officials for this weekend's Ghana Premier League, (GPL) action has been announced by the Ghana Football Association, (GFA's) appointment committee. The GFA has named Referee Maxwell Owusu to handle this afternoon's game between King Faisal and Karela United in Kumasi.
The year is almost ending and the Majority Caucus in Parliament have named some personalities in the Minority Caucus as 'Most Violent Members of Parliament for the year 2021. This might sound very provocative for the Minority but interesting reminding their electorates and Ghanaians of how they conducted themselves in the House of Parliament.
Twelve (12) persons arrested and airlifted to Accra for their involvement in the recent Bawku chieftaincy clashes, which led to the loss of lives and destruction of property have been granted bail in the sum of Ghs240,000 by an Accra High Court. Each of the 12 accused persons was granted bail in the sum of Ghs20,000 with one surety.
Twelve (12) persons arrested by the security agencies and airlifted to Accra for their alleged involvement in the recent violent chieftaincy clashes in Bawku, that led to the loss of lives and destruction of property have suffered a legal setback. A bail application filed at an Accra Circuit Court by their lawyer, Martin Kpebu, has been unsuccessful.
6th January 2022 Greater Accra Region Dan Abdul-Latif - Ablekuma Central Alfred Oko Vanderpuije - Ablekuma South Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe - Ada Mohammed Adamu Ramadan - Adenta Ernest Henry Norgbey - Ashaiman Naser Toure Mahama - Ayawaso East Yussif I. Jajah - Ayawaso North Rita Naa Odoley Sowah - Dade Kotopon
This year, many incidents have ensued in Ghana's 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic. Many Ghanaians have slammed the MPs for their actions but the MPs strongly believe that they are fighting for the interest of Ghanaians who voted for them to occupy such positions. A Ghanaian Twitter user, Nana Yaa Agyeiwaa Adepa took some time off her schedule to select some Honorable members of the House who she believes have been violent this year.
Fuseini Inusah, who was arrested for stealing 33,000.00 from his former employer. The accused pleaded guilty but said he stole only GHC 7,700 when he appeared before the court. After pleaded guilty to the first charge of stealing, he went back to the same employer to steal another GHC 87,000.