Almost everyday, there is a robbery case in our Country Ghana. Armed robberies are becoming rampant in our country. Everybody's life is at risk, everyone is afraid because you don't know when you will be at home and robbers will attack you. You can't walk through or pass by some places by car all because of robbery.
The much anticipated introduction of the new voters register compilation started today after it brought a lot of controversies among opposition parties against the Electoral Commission (EC). Recently, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) dragged the Electoral Commission (EC) to Court for introducing the New Voters Register at this latter part of just barely 6-months to the General Elections. Meanwhile, On a news sighted by a reporter reporting on Asempa FM Ekosiisen Show, Some anonymous Landguards has flouced
The residents of Dome Faase,a town near Kasoa in the Ga South municipal has reportedly vanished into thin air as over 600 soldiers storms the town over the attack on two army personnel in the town yesterday. According to the report filed by theghanareport.com, some of the residents have even fled and left their open stores unclosed after two helicopters belonging to the Ghana Armed forces also dispatched the area. The story as reported by Adom FM explains that, the two soldiers who where brutally assaulted by
People of Asabaham, a town in the Ga south District expressed their grievances about things happening in their constituency. News reaching us this afternoon from Adom mid-day news is a sad one. Where the people of "Asabaham" are complaining bitterly about road accidents happening in their community.
On Tuesday residents of Dome Faase in Obom in Ga South vented their spleen on 2 military men keeping charge over a piece of land. The coalition of Ga communities claimed that the Mponuahene of Akyem Apadwa and the Akyem Traditional Council are coveting their lands. According to the chief of Obom, Nii Addo Omankrado the residents felt endangered by the presence of the 2 military men and accidentally assaulted them after the military men fired some warning shots. Later military reinforcements stormed the area
A breaking news from Accra-based Asempa FM indicates that, two men alleged to be from the armed forces or simply “Soldiers” have been bloodied In brutal assault at Kasoa. Following reports on this incident, the two alleged soldiers were attacked while guarding a stone quarry which were in dispute at Ga South Municipality. Some irate residents of Dome Faase, a town situated in the same Ga South Municipality attacked these men in the early hours of Tuesday, August 25, as they embarked on a demonstration to
Information received indicates that both teachers and students of Galilea Municipal Assembly Primary School in the Ga South Municipal have been sacked from their classrooms by a contractor due to an Unpaid Contract.
ELECTORAL COMMISSION (EC) of the republic of Ghana under the Ga-South Municipal Assembly is said to have allegedly 'frustrating' voters from going through a smooth exhibition process. The polling station under the Ashalaja Electoral Area in Domeabra-Obom Constituency (Commander Polling Station) has been moved to an ungazetted location far from where registration exercise was held. This is allegedly making Ga-South Municipal Assembly Exhibition Centres to record low participation. According to EC officials,
The residents of Obom in the Ga South stormed the Ga South Municipality stormed the Obom Polyclinic after the death of the local youth organizer, Mr Adjin Lartey at the Obom Domebra Constituency. They locked out the staff and attacked some, blaming to them for being "unprofessional". The 35 year old politician died at the Obom Polyclinic on Saturday the 22nd of this month. However, he was, as reported on Ghanaweb.com, brought in at 5am On the said Saturday morning but the nurses ignored him, and we're engaged
Over the week end , the heavy downpour which occurred in the three communities of Ga south Municipality of the Greater Accra Region were rendered homeless due to the heavy downpour which occurred early in the morning on Saturday 10th of October, 2020. In fact, the rain started like showers of blessings and what seemed to be showers of blessings to the community members turned to be a disaster. The. following communities were affected: Peace Town , Tomefa and Nurses Quarters linking Amanfrom and Kasoa were rendered
ELECTORAL COMMISSION (EC) of the republic of Ghana under the Ga-South Municipal Assembly is said to have allegedly 'frustrating' voters from going through a smooth exhibition process. The commander of the polling station under the Ashalaja Electoral Area in Domeabra-Obom Constituency has been moved to an ungazetted location far from where registration exercise was held. This is allegedly making Ga-South Municipal Assembly Exhibition Centres to record low participation. According to EC officials, their Municipal
Residents and families threatenes Demo against the municipality and the weija police command. Residents of Obom Domeabra, Ekpekorpe and Agbozo in the Ga South Municipality are living in constant fear over the activities of illegal sand winning These sand winners who have virtually taken over all their farmlands have been terrorizing residents on daily basis making life unbearable for them.
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The Greater Accra Regional Health Directorate of the Ghana Health Service has come out with the various vaccination centres for the deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine in the region.
The people of Kasoa Ayigbe Town calls out on the district assemblies and government to provide them with speed-ramps and traffic lights on their roads to reduce the rampant killing of people on the roads. On 28th August 2019, some residents of the Ga South and Weija-Gbawe Municipalities poured onto the streets in their numbers in solidarity with the Concerned Landlords of Ayigbe Town Association (CLATA) to protest against what they termed as "rampant accidents and knockdowns" on the Accra-Kasoa-Winneba Highway.