Judge Jackson Honyenuga is facing the troubles of his life after he was taken off the case of the former cocoa board director, Dr. Opuni. According to reports, the said Judge was involved in some bribery incidents which resulted in the issues he is facing at the moment.
Veteran journalist, Kwesi Pratt has raised pertinent concerns about the ongoing trial of Dr Stephen Opuni, a former Chief Executive Officer of COCOBOD. Dr Opuni who was appointed by President John Mahama in 2013 as the CEO of COCOBOD is facing trial for wilfully causing financial lost to the state, defrauding by false pretense, money laundering, corruption by public officer and contravention of Public Procurement Act.
Church Of Pentecost Chairman Trends Over Ministry; Rev Opuni Couldn't Keep Calm As He Quickly Reacts
The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Eric Nyamekye is trending on social for a very great and notable initiative. All along, there are many churches in Ghana that blacklist the involvement of chiefs and traditional rulers in their activities. Biblically, some of these churches feels that traditional ruling goes with traditional practices which don't conform to their religion.
Tuesday, 12th October 2021 The apex court of the land has ruled on a review application filed by the Attorney General Godfred Dame Yeboah on its earlier ruling on case filed by Dr. Stephen Opuni. Dr. Opuni had applied for the removal of a judge at the high court andd received a favourable ruling.
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Former General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, affectionately called Sir John finally laid to rest today. He worked very hard and tireless to serve his party and Ghana as a whole. His death brought shock to so many Ghanaians because his sickness was not heard, all of sudden his death was announced.
If the is any country which really has lots of respect for the dead, then you certainly can't take Ghana out. People are buried in very special coffins and it gets a lot of people talking. These are some coffins some dead Ghanaians find themselves in I guess this is something which even prompted the BBC to come to Ghana to cover how sophisticated Ghanaian coffins are. But it appears there is more. As it appears some dead bodies are living on penthouses whiles at cemetery and that's where our attention is on.
In life there are differing destinies and everyone per God's timing is supposed to walk into his destiny. It's not a matter of where you're born rather how you fall in alignment with God's pattern for you. This is the story of Solomon, a young orphan in a village called Nyinamponase who by God's favour fell into his alignment pattern. It all happened on a faithful day when *Eternal Word Ministries* under the headship of Pastor Opuni Ernest and wife Pastor Akosua Opuni embarked on donating to the people of
Rev. Opuni Frimpong Quizzes the Difference In Restriction Between The Political Parties And Churches
Rev Dr. Kwabena Opuni Frimpong, the Executive Director of the Alliance for Christian Advocacy Africa, has questioned the governments guidelines concerning the reopening of worship places ( Churches and Mosques) while given different guidelines to political parties and other institutions. According to him, the listed political activities listed by the government should have been provided a framework to guide their activities as the government ease restrictions. Restriction on churches does not allow congrega
The Supreme Court has in a majority decision stopped Justice Clemence Honyenuga from continuing with the trial in which Dr Stephen Opuni and two others are standing trial at the High Court. The five-member panel of the apex court in a three-two majority ruled that Justice Honyenuga, a Justice of the Supreme Court is prohibited from continuing with the trial.
Popular Kumawood Actor, Kojo Nkansah, known on stage name as Lil WIn has apologized to Dr. Stephen Opuni, Former COCOBOD CEO, for defamatory comments made against him. Lil Win made defamatory comments against Dr. Opuni on his show on Adom TV called "Don't Think Far News" which aired live on television In his comments, Lil Win had shown, on 24th March, 2018, a video of a room filled with metal boxes containing $100 bundles. Lil Win alleged with the money was found at Dr. Opuni's house. He further on called f
You Kumawood Actor cum Musician, Kwadwo Nkansah commonly known as D.J Lilwin has rendered unqualified apology to the former Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Cocoa Board, Dr. Stephen Opuni. It would be recalled that, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin turned into a Broadcaster where he used to be the anchor for ' Don't Think Far News', an entertaining news program on Adom TV, a subsidiary of the Multimedia Group Limited in the year 2018. On 24th March, 2018, Kwadwo Nkansah alleged on his tv show that, Dr. Opuni had stole
1- Opuni’s trial adjourned as Agongo’s lawyer goes into isolation The Criminal Division of Accra High Court has dismissed the preliminary of Dr. Stephen Kwabena Opuni and two others to empower the insight for Seidu Agongo to deliver clinical proof that he is in disengagement over COVID-19. This was after the Court, directed by Justice Clemence Honyenugah, a Supreme Court Justice sitting as an extra High Court Judge, was educated about the legal advisor's powerlessness to be in court for the matter of the
A pronounced an distinguished popular Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah,also known as 'Lil Win' has prestigiously apologized to Dr.Stephen Opuni,former CEO of Ghana COCOBOD. Lil Win had the opportunity to host a program on Adom Tv titled “Dont Think Far News” where he performed marvelously with entertainment and requisite news. On 24th March,2018.Lil Win made a dishurting and disgusting statement against Dr. Opuni that he has hidden a huge amount of money pilled in his room and his mothers grave as well.Thi
1. The basic requirement for awarding a COCOBOD contract to a supplier was a valid certificate issued by CRIG in this case, for the fertilizer. 2. According to the witness, Mr. Peter Amoako Osei, who is also the Director of Finance at COCOBOD, the 2014 certificate covering the contract had expired and in fact, there was no certificate for the 2015 contract when Dr. Opuni of COCOBOD and Seidu Agongo signed these contracts for the supply of fertilizers. 3. Mr Peter Osei Amoako, Director of Finance at COCOBOD,
We all know the happenings in Ghana after the 2020 elections. The mayhem happening seems to be the first of its kind in Ghana. From the start of the elections to the colation to the announcement of the President-elect, the NDC party protested vehemently against the process and the declaration. The series of protests by some NDC members have led to injuries, arrests, and deaths. Many are calling on the Former President to cease calling on protesters and to opt for a better option by seeking redress in court.
The Director of Finance of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has said that there are no records demonstrating that Dr. Stephen Kwabena Opuni, a previous Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of COCOBOD, directed an incentive for cash review on a $19.5 million compost agreement. Mr. Subside Osei Amoako told the Accra High Court yesterday that in February 2014, the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) coordinated COCOBOD to lead an incentive for cash review on the agreement. The order, he stated, followed an application
Dear reader please hit on the follow button to follow me for more educative and informative articles. Thanks you very much for your understanding. The people of Ghana are gearing themselves up for general elections in December 2020. Election 2020 would be a historic eighth consecutive national poll since the start of the current constitutional democratic dispensation in 1992. The transitional presidential election of November 1992 was highly disputed by the opposition parties leading to their boycott of the