It appears the widower at the center of the Ambulance delivery brouhaha in Takoradi has more troubles to face. He has been living with his late wife, Augustina Awortwe for the past four years and they both have two children together. Even though he has not performed the full marriage rite of the lady, families are aware that they are living together.
Obiri Alexander, a house agent has finally been ablested this morning after going into hiding for nine weeks (two months). Obiri, 24, was arrested at Ashiaman Zenu after one of his friends gave a tip to the Nsawam Police. Obiri has been taken to the Nsawam Police station where he will be arranged before a court on Friday 28 January for duping a 28-year-old woman.
ICT teacher remanded for three months at Goaso Wiliams Foffie, 29, has been remanded for three months into police custody for his actions that made a 12-year-old student loose her dignity. Williams Fofie an ICT teacher with Obiri Yeboah Educational Complex at Goaso, on the 4 of March 2021 asked one of her students to come home whenever she needed any tutoring with class-related topics.
Interdict Him Immediately: Fresh Trouble For Ambulance Driver In The Tadi ‘Woman In Labour’ Brouhaha
It appears the Ambulance driver who transported the woman who died whilst in labor at the Holy Child Hospital in Takoradi will have to begin advising himself because members of the minority health committee in Ghana’s parliament are calling for his immediate interdiction. Members of the committee led by Mr. Kwabena Mintah Akando, Member of Parliament for Juaboso visited the home of the widower at Shama in the western region to have first-hand information about how the incident happened.
The National Math and Science Quiz (NSMQ) is the most prestigious science quiz competition held in the nation followed by the Sharks Quiz. The Central Region is known to host some of the most successful schools in the competition so far. Such schools include Mfantsipim School, St. Augustine's College, Adisadel College, Mfantsiman School who hold the record of being the only girl's school to be at the finals of the National Science and Math Quiz competition since its start in 1994.
The queen mother of Atwima Akyeremade Behenase in the Atwima Kwanwoma District of Ashanti region Nana Abena Hemaa Tipa, has promised to do everything possible within her capability to promote education within her traditional area. Adding that one of her top most priorities as a queen mother is to ensure that quality education is brought at the doorsteps of individuals especially the school- going age youth, within her traditional area.
The Asante kingdom is now part of what is known as Ghana today. It was made up of scattered and disunited states and has hostile neighbours like Denkyira, Akim and Akwamu. At the peak of the kingdom, Kumasi was the capital. The kingdom was hitherto a scattered one until Osei Tutu rose to the throne as its ruler. Osei Tutu was said to be the leader that laid the foundation of a united Asante Kingdom. He was sent to the court yard of the king of Denkyira. At that time Asante was a tributary state to the then powerful
154 Armoured Recce Regiment has become operational and will he headed by Lt Col Obiri-Yeboah who becomes the first to be appointed as the Commanding Officer (CO) of the Regiment. In an inaugural ceremony on Friday, 22 May 2020 at the Headquarters of the Regiment in Sunyani, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) Central Command, Brig Gen Joseph Aphour who was the Guest of Honour for the ceremony, congratulated the Commanding Officer (CO), Lt Col Obiri-Yeboah for his appointment as the first CO of the new Regi
The Director General of the National Road Safety Authority, Mrs May Obiri Yeboah says most of our road safety laws are to protect all of us but we have not thought much about the unborn children. The law making body of the country, parliament of Ghana has passed a new bill into law that is the Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill 2020 to punish Drivers whose actions leads to the death of an unborn child. This is the first time in history a private member’s Bill proposed by Members of Parliament (MPs) has been approved
About two hundred and twenty four (224) people lost their lives through road crashes in the Ashanti Region in the first half of this year ( January to June 2020), while one thousand ,seven hundred and twenty-eight ( 1,728) sustained injuries within the same period as a result of road accidents according to statistics by the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA). The Director General of the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA), Mrs Mary Obiri Yeboah, bemoaned that the figures were the highest in the country
Of late' Ghana has been seeing a lot of accident happening across all regions. About two weeks ago a terrible accident happened around Suhum area of the Accra to Kumasi main road. A lot of lives were lost through that particular accident. Many other passengers were seriously injured. The cause of the accident in Ghana here are mostly put on the driver's. People mostly blame the driver's for being the cause of the accident. Other people also blame the government for not putting our roads in good condition. Bad
Instruction Charity Foundations for Ghana, a Ghanaian NGO situated in the USA has dealt with over a three-study hall square to the Nuru Islamic Basic School at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region. The task, which cost GH80,000 barring the establishment which was begun by the school, has two roof fans, four lights, power in all homerooms, among others. The motion shapes some portion of the association's plan to help diminish schools under trees in Ghana, a delegate of the establishment, Mr Samuel Mr Obiri