The work of the Ghana Prison Service just goes beyond accommodating prisoners if found guilty of a charge. That may be their core mandate but there is more to it. This article is going to talk about the exploits of Ghana prison officers and also show you a few amazing pictures of some ladies amongst them.
Meet The Longest Serving Prisoner In The World Who Is 94 Years Old & Has Been In Prison For 71 Years
According to Wikipedia, he was arrested and jailed for the murder of a night watchman during a robbery at a club in July 1949. Nearly all of the world’s oldest prisoners died in jail or were released when they were too frail to carry out the rest of their sentence.
Too much freedom can allow you to infringe on the freedom of another person. This often takes the form of endangering the person’s safety, which is a violation of his right to be safe and protected. It is argued the principal reason we have limits on our rights is to protect us from others and to protect others from us.
Prisons are correctional areas where criminals are taken with the goal of giving them the punishment they deserve. However, African prisons are considered not only as of the worst prisons in Africa but also in the world due to the inhumane activities that are usually carried out there.
File image (Police at crime scene) The Ghana Police Service led by the IGP DR. George Akuffo Dampare has instituted various measures in ensuring the activities of armed robbers are terminated once and for in the country. However, it seems the more they go after the armed robbers the more they strike back.
The Ashanti Regional Prison Service P.R.O, DSP. Richard Bukari has revealed that the Kumasi Central Prisons will be soon relocated from Adum in Kumasi. According to Him, discussions and plans are far advanced to relocate the Kumasi Central Prisons, the Headquarters of Ashanti Region to a quieter environment.
The circumstances through which people end up in prison sometimes cannot be understood with ease. It becomes even sad when the issue involves people with old age who have children to take care of. Sometimes, their wives go for another husband even before they are released from prison and they will be no one to take care of their children.
Inmates breaking jail especially in the prisons used to be very common in Ghana. Over the years, various reforms have been introduced and the menace has reduced. There are however some recalcitrant criminals who will go every mile to still break the law even when they are still on trial.
Akuapem Poloo Cries As She Prays For Her Son Before Starting Her Jail Term Rosemond Alade Brown, better known as Akuapem Poloo, will serve her 90-day prison sentence after the Accra High Court denied her appeal. Today, December 1st, 2021, the Accra Court, presided over by Ghana Judge Ruby Aryeetey, dismissed Poloo's appeal against the 90-day prison sentence.
For the Mongolian people, it was the prison of Urga now Ulaanbaatar which treated its prisoners in a way that is beyond what words can describe. Cutting across all levels of brutality, the prisoners were given a barbaric treatment in what you can call “the Box of Death”.
The Ministry of Education (MoE) has donated an undisclosed amount of cash to the families of nine St Charles Lwanga R/C JHS students who drowned after a boat they were travelling in capsized on the Mabor River. Ntim Fordjour, the Deputy Education Minister who led the delegation on Monday 15th November 2021 said “I on behalf of the Minister for Education commiserate with families of the 9 students who sadly perished in the Saboba drowning incident.”
Sometimes people do things that when you think about it, you don't even understand. How can you return from prison and steal again? Why is it that some Ex-convicts can't stop committing crimes even after going to prison for the same reason? A man at the age of 51 called Thomas Ampofo has been sentenced to fives years imprisonment for stealing an ice chest and bicycle.
A 23-year-old barber, Kwame Amponsah, who is apparently a gay, has been jailed 114 years by the Mpraeso Circuit Court for sodomizing 12 Schoolboys at Atawase, a suburb of Nkawkaw in the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly. Speaking to Agoo News, the Head of Kwahu West Social Welfare Department, Victor Fayi, narrated that, officers went to the field, and afterward they had information that a young man in the community who is a barber was sexually abusing school children.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced the immediate interdiction of the Saboba school head, who is facing a criminal charge over the tragic drowning of nine school children he had sent to work on his farm. Emmanuel Chinja, head teacher of Saboba Saint Charles Junior High School (JHS), has been charged with manslaughter and remanded in prison custody by the Tamale District Court.
The Mpraeso circuit court in the Eastern Region of Ghana has sentence a 23 year's old barbar Kwame Amponsah to 114 years in prison for allegedly sodomising 12 school boys at Atawase, a suburb of Nkawkaw in the kwahu East municipality. Armed with that information and with the help of an assembly member and opinion leaders, they got the suspected arrested.
A 23 year old man has been sentenced to 49 years in prison for robbing a university of Ghana level 100 student of his IPhone and a cash of Ghs 470. The convict Yakubu Issah, a farmer, who went on a robbery spree with his accompliance, currently on the run fired shots at the victim who was on his knees begging for his life to be speared, but the shots misfired.
Please do well to recommend the Opera Mini and opera news app to your friends and families, don't just enjoy the free data and news alone. On a working visit of the A-G to James Camp Prison, goods such as bags of rice, soft drinks, beans, toilet roll, sugar and other stuffs were presented.
The Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame, is confident that the implementation of the Community Sentencing Bill will significantly reduce jail overcrowding in Ghana. The bill seeks to provide options for sentencing other than prison terms for various offences considered not to be too serious. Speaking after a visit to the James Camp Prison in Accra, Mr. Dame pledged to lead the advocacy in improving conditions in the prisons.
Director General of Prisons Pays Courtesy visits to Graphic Communications Group Ltd and New Times Corporation As part of measures to enhance cordial relationship with stakeholders, the Acting Director General of Prisons, Mr. Isaac Kofi Egyir has on Friday morning paid a courtesy call on the editors of the Daily Graphic and the Ghanaian Times.
Mr. Frimpong Samuel is a Ghanaian rapper popularly known as Medikal, not recently ago he returned from prison for brandishing a gun in a video that went viral. His arrest was followed by dancehall king arrest, Shatta Wale. Both went to Ankaful prison as a remand.