The Accra-Kumasi highway in Ghana; is a highway that begins at the Nsawam road junction, off the N1 in Accra, and runs through Nsawam, Nkawkaw, and Ejisu to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. The latest news coming from the Accra-Kumasi Highway reveals that, a vehicle travelling from Accra to Kumasi, in the Ashanti Region have been involved in a fatal accident.
Stealing has been one customary outrage behaviour to which our societies oppose, but seem some of the youth has taken it serious in making it a business for themselves. Two Nigerian men has been burnt down without recognition by some mob who saw their actions , in the late hours of yesterday these two robbers reported that their names are yet to be revealed we're seen taking a motorcycle of a young Nigerian guy in Ibadan at gun point to which some of the youth around hesitated and led to their weakness.
Please Remember To Follow This Page For More Upcoming Updates. Accra, the Capital city of Ghana, has for the past years been hits with some sad news, like the May 9, 2001 Accra Sports Stadium disaster, which recorded 126 deaths; the 2015 Accra petrol station explosion which killed 250 people, 2017 Accra Atomic Junction gas explosion with 7 deaths ...and others.
The rate at which accidents is happening in Ghana these days in very terrible and sad. Everyday it is possible that an incidence of accident will occur in Ghana. It is our fervent prayers that God almighty will come to our aid and rescue us from terrible and deadly accidents.
Following today's downpour, some major areas in the Greater Accra Region have been flooded. Tema Station Junction and Osu are among the areas affected by the flood. Several vehicles were also seen stranded in the flood in video footage from the Ghana News Agency. However, members of the Ghana Police Service's Motor Traffic and Transport Department are yet to arrive on the scene to help commuters. There is considerable traffic at the Tema Station Junction as motorists struggle to drive through the flood. Shops
Many Ghanaians have reservations about the performance of the Ghana Police Service. Ghanaians don't have that absolute trust in them because of happenings that have occurred under their watch in recent times. They have been accused of not performing their duties properly. One particular issue that the service seems to always struggle with is crowd control.
The heart desire of the Islamic students in Kumasi Abrepo, which made them take to the streets yesterday, has been answered. Quick action has been taken on the road following the demonstration, shooting, and teargas spraying, which led to about 25 students being hospitalized.
The Ghana Police Service has issued a statement concerning their recent arrest of two suspects who bottled away an amount of ¢30,000 from Ecobank at Abrepo, Kumasi. After this robbery incident, the police were able to arrest them and also were able to retrieve the ¢30,000 money they took.
When Ghanaian drivers are not ready to adhere to road signs and regulations on the highways we will continue to see what we seeing everyday. The rate at which road accident is taking the lives of innocent souls and leave others in abnormal condition is getting out of hands these Days. Latest updates indicates a Toyota Corolla with registration number GB 3547-21 got involved in a serious accident at Akim Tafo new road in the Abuakwa north district of the Eastern region. The incident happened in the early hours
The joy for having an asphalt road in the Abuakwa South municipality in the eastern region did not last long as the citizenry have begun complaining bitterly over maintenance culture. Drivers, passengers and all users of the said road can not fathom why maintaining the said road has become a problem in that patching potholes from Asiakwa junction to Asiakwa town could take them over three months.
Two Armed Robbers Sentenced to 20 Years Imprisonment For Snatching Gh¢30,000.00 From A Victim Kumasi
Two armed robbers who were busted by the Ghana Police Service in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana have both been sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment. According to the judgment each of the robbers will be serving 20 years in prison. The two robbers whose names are given as Emeka Opara and Samuel Kalo, were busted by the police on May 30, 2022, following their criminal attack on a victim at ECOBANK, Abrepo Junction.
Some 25 students of the Islamic Senior High School in Kumasi have been rushed to the hospital following an alleged clash with the Police. Hundreds of angry students in the school were reported to have stormed the road in protest, as they called upon authorities for construction of speed rumps on some section of the road.
Two armed robbers who were arrested by the police in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment each for robbery. The name of these two robbers are Emeka Opara and Samuel Kalo. Their crime was that they attacked a victim at ECOBANK, Abrepo Junction.
Two armed robbers who were arrested by the police in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment each for robbery. The two robbers were arrested after they attacked a woman just outside a bank. What really amazed Ghanaians is the fact that they knew the woman was holding a huge sum of money.
Two armed robbers who were arrested by the police in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment each for robbery. The Ghana Police in a recent post want any member of the public that can recognize the two convicted robbers in connection with other crimes to report to the nearest police station.
Two armed robbers who were charged by the police in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have been convicted of 20 years imprisonment each for robbery. Armed robbers jailed The two, Emeka Opara and Samuel Kalo, were seized on May 30, 2022, following their attack on a casualty at ECOBANK, Abrepo Junction, where they succeeded in bolting with a bag containing an amount of thirty thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢30, 000).
Two armed robbers caught by police in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, have each been sentenced to 20 years in prison for robbery. The two suspects, Emeka Opara and Samuel Kalo, were apprehended on May 30, 2022, following an attack on a victim at ECOBANK, Abrepo Junction, where they managed to flee with a bag holding thirty thousand Ghana cedis (GH 30,000.00).
A suspect who has been identified as Ebenezer Eshun is reported to have poisoned himself and his two children, at Shana junction in the Shama District of the Western Region. It is reported that Ebenezer Eshun has struggled to reunite with his divorced wife Comfort Arthur but after failing several times and has decided to poison himself and the little kids.
Residents at Ga-West Municipal in the Greater Accra Region revealed how bad their deployable roads affect their daily business. Deployable roads in these residential areas like 3 junction, Achiaman, Kojo Ashong, Adeaman, Doblo Gono, Akramamah through Adeiso are in their worst state. During an interaction with the residents, some of them said, "Infact, the roads are very bad to an extend that, if we are going to work and set off 6:00am, it took the driver to reach Accra or other destination around 9:30am which
The supposed burglars were singed to death at MCC Junction, close to Conoil Filling Station, along Enugu/Onitsha roadway on Wednesday, January 19. Perturbed Mob Sets Ablaze Two Suspected Robbers Who Disguised As Sit-at-home Order Enforcers In Onitsha A perturbed crowd set fire on two speculated equipped looters who masked as sit-at-home request authorities in Onitsha, Anambra State.