I'm sure you've been left with doubts anytime you see this woman on the 50 pesewas coin. You've asked yourself several questions about her and why she is the only female on a currency of Ghana. Well, Quik.news sorted you out! Rebecca Naa Dedei Aryeetey (1923 – 22 June 1961) otherwise called Dedei Ashikishan was a Ghanaian financial specialist, political dissident and women's activist.
Chale Wote is an art festival celebrated in Accra, James Town to display the talents and skills of the young Ghanaians and to a large extent Africans, to the world. Its main purpose is to support Ghana’s and Africa’s emerging artists in the creative industries, be it arts, music, dance, film, fashion, visual, illustrations, etc.
It was in a broad day on the streets of James Town in the Greater Accra Region where a Police Officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei escorting a bullion van was shot and gruesomely killed by armed robbers who were on motorbikes together with a pregnant woman. The driver survived few bullet wounds.
An alleged CCTV footage of the attack of the bullion van in James Town which led to the murder of a young police officer who was providing protection for the vehicle has emerged on line. The incident, which has been talked about for quite a while is actually not the first time a bullion van has been attacked with the robbers making away with the loot.
The recent developments in the country from somewhere June 13 to July 1, has sparked a lot of public conversations on the security issues of the ordinary Ghanaian. This is because both armed robbers and security personnel seemingly attack civilians in a similar fashion. Let's take a look at each development within the past two to three weeks which has left an indelible mark on the security state of the country.
Remember the police officer who died together with a pregnant woman at James Town in Accra? Let me remind you, it was a broad day light on the streets of James Town in Greater Accra, where armed robbers on motorbikes attacked a Bullion Van killing the escorting officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei and a pregnant woman.
It was in a broad day in James Town of the Greater Accra Region when a Police Officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei escorting a bullion van was gruesomely killed by armed robbers who were on motorbikes together with a pregnant woman. The driver survived few bullet wounds. According to report by UTV, the suspected killer of Constable Emmanuel Osei has escaped from Ghana to Togo after the police traced him at gotten at Okroase in Koforidua.
On June 14,2021, at around 1230 hours, the police service received a sad call from James Town. This distress call from James Town was an ongoing robbery which involved three armed men on two unregistered motor bikes, had attacked a bullion van with registration number GT 8592 W belonging to MON-TRAN Company.
Belinda Ekua Amoah popularly known as Mzbel was born on December 26th, 1979 in Accra to Albert Amoah, an engineer, and Agnes Nyarko. She is the last-born of seven children. She grew up in the ghettoes of James Town and Mallam and started schooling at Godas Wisdom Preparatory and Morning Star school.
The Ghana Police Service is paying it's last respect to late Constable Emmanuel Osei, the young Police Officer who died at James Town in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. It's been months since the incident happened but the Ghana Police Service and the family of the young officer are making sure the late police officer receives ertanal rest.
Reverend Francis Antwi aka Rev Obofour is now a Chief for Asantes in Accra and he has been given a new title Nii Adotei Gyata I. This title was conferred on him in Sempe, James Town some few days ago. This means that the man of God now has the powers of a chief added to his personality.
Following the the Bullion Van robbery at James Town which lead to the death of police officer and a pregnant woman. Ghanaians recently were happy and thought the police must be applauded for swiftly arresting the armed robbers who allegedly killed Constable Emmanuel Osei in the deadly bullion van robbery James Town.
Ghana prison service is said to be in a very bad shape, this was after an inmate previously returned home from Nsawam prison exposed the officers of recent activities in the prison which is mind blowing. On Angel TV, Anopa Bosuo hosted by Kofi Adoma invited an inmate to the show to tell the world what they go throw in prison.
Reverend Obofour who is the founder and leader of The Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) worldwide was as of today crowned a chief and his coronation was massive. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sweet TV or Prophet Asanteman Bofour as he is sometimes called is now the Asantehene Mantse at Sempe, James Town.
The Money We Took Was Stolen By Another Robbers- The arrested suspects of James Town killers reveals
Following the robbery that took place in James Town in Accra where a bullion van was attacked by armed robbers leading to the death of the police officer, Constable Emmanuel Osei and a pregnant woman The Ghana police service has done incredible by using all their skills to make sure these robbers are brought to book.
There was extensive weeping and wailing at the residence of 40-year-old Joyce Amankwah who was killed when armed robbers shot into her shop two weeks ago at Adedenkpo, a community in James Town. The family, sympathisers, and all well-wishers say they are yet to recover from the tragedy of the circumstance surrounding Joyce Amankwah's death The family last two weeks flee the community 24 hours after the incident out of fear for their lives following the event.
On Monday, June 15, Emmanuel Osei and an eyewitness, Afua Badu were murdered by armed robbers at Adedenkpo, a suburb of James Town in Accra while transporting money in a bullion van. The robbers trailed the victims in a taxi and on a motorbike, popularly called, ‘okada’.
Constable General, Emmanuel Kobby Osei who lost his life through a robbery attack, at James Town has finally been laid to rest. He was gruesomely murdered during a robbery attack on a bullion van. His passing according to some Ghanaian's is an eye opener to the Ghanaian police service, this is because after his death the police service decided to embark on a mission to track down armed men.
The Ghana police service have confirmed the arrest of six notorious armed robbers. A police officer and a young lady lost their lives at James Town on 15th June 2021. This sad news brought worries to the whole nation as people were calling the state security services to up their game against such robbery cases.
The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries and onto the streets of James Town, Accra. The first festival took place in July 2011, following a series of discussions about creating DIY [do-¬it yourself] community projects by participants at our Talk Party Series.