Very Unacceptable. Government Cannot Pardon These Two Men For What They've Done.
The rate of crime in this country is exponentially increasing beyond country. What these two men have done, they don't deserve to be pardoned. They deserve mega punishment to pay for this. These two men gathered and mercilessly brutalised a police officer till he almost lost his life.
Calm Returns to North Gonja after Gonjas And Mamprusis Clashed Over Royalties
Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow Option Calm has returned to the village of Lukula in the North Gonja District of the Savannah Region after disturbances over who has the right to take royalties from Fulanis in the area. The Savannah Regional Minister and Chairman for the Regional Security Committee (REGSEC), Mr Muhazu Saeed Jibril in an interview said, life has returned to normalcy at the farming community of Lukula following the deployment of security to the area.
Release from the Upper East Regional Co-Ordinating Council of Ghana.
You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. The office of the Upper East Regional Co-Ordinating Council has come out with a released. And according to the Upper East Regional Co-Ordinating Council, the wearing of smock in Bawku Township has been banned with immediate effect.
Ashanti Region Records 47,450 Road Injuries Annually
The Ashanti Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has announced that it will be clamping down on recalcitrant road users whose actions result in injuries and deaths on roads in the Region. At a press briefing, DCOP David Adjem noted that plans put in place by REGSEC are meant to reduce road accidents in the region.
REGSEC lifts ban on beach activities
The Greater Accra Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has lifted the prohibition on the activity of sea shores during the Christmas merriments in the capital. Prior, the Accra REGSEC reported the conclusion of the sea shores during the bubbly season as a component of endeavors to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Soldiers, Police Deployed To West Gonja To Rescue Women ‘Kidnapped’ While On Their Farms.
The police, together with the military, have been deployed heavily by the Savannah Regional Security Council (REGSEC) to West Gonja, specifically Mempeasem, to rescue the women farmers who have been kidnapped by some suspected kidnappers. During this season, there is a lot of rain around West Gonja, which helps them in the cultivation of many food crops such as yam, cassava, and beans.
Nkoranza youth clash with police over ‘suspicious’ death of alleged robbery suspect.
The youth of Nkoranza in the Bono East Region have clashed with the police in the community over the death of an alleged robbery suspect, Albert Donkor. The rampaging youth gathered as a result of the press statement released by the Ghana Police Service today, Tuesday, concerning the death of the suspect, also a 27-year-old businessman.
Two men arrested for assaulting a police officer on Accra - Kotobabi Highway
Two men arrested for assaulting a police officer This Afternoon, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon. Henry Quartey paid a visit to the Kotobabi Police Station to check on the health condition of a police officer who was assaulted yesterday by two men who were indiscriminately mixing concrete on an asphalt road around Pig Farm roundabout.
Henry Quartey Promises To Demolish Structures At Ramsar
The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, has vowed to demolish some developed structures at the Tema Ramsar site. Although the exact date for the demolition was not stated, he alluded that structures at the core zone of the site will be affected by the exercise.
Students Of KNUST Warned Not To Remain On Campus
Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) are warned to not remain on campus after midday on Saturday, September 18. Only foreign students and students permitted by management can stay, the regional minister has directed. According to the Ashanti Regional Security Council (REGSEC), it's picked intelligence that some “unruly” students are planning some disturbances on campus on Friday, the eve of vacation.
Two Men Arrested For Assaulting A Police Officer.
Two men have been arrested today and are currently at the Kotobabi Police Station after seriously assaulting a police officer in a bizarre manner. According to sources, these two men were indiscriminately mixing concrete on an asphalt road around Pig Farm roundabout. According to Hon Henry Quartey who is a witness to the incident, he said;
A/R Security Deploys Police Men to Maintain Law and Order on KNUST Campus
Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have been warned not to remain on campus after midday on Saturday, September 18, Only foreign students permitted by management can stay, the regional minister has directed. According to the Ashanti Regional Security Council (REGSEC), it has picked intelligence that some "unruly" students are planning some disturbances on campus on Friday, the eve of vacation.
REGSEC prohibits the usage of motorcycles in Bawku.
Motorbikes are prohibited in Bawku and its environs, according to the Upper East Regional Coordination Council. The prohibition does not apply to tricycles, although it does apply to both men and women. The embargo is in place due to the unpredictable security situation in Bawku and its vicinity.
Simon Osei Mensah Cautions KNUST Students
The Chairman for the Ashanti Regional Security Council, Hon. Simon Osei Mensah, has warned students planning distractions on the eve of vacation at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to re-think their intended action. “Any student who will be caught up in offenses bothering on criminality will have a criminal investigation opened against him or her and subsequently prosecuted in a competent law court”, he said in a statement.
BREAKING; Riding of Motorbikes has been Totally Banned in Bawku and it's Environs.
Following the recent clashes that occurred yesterday in Bawku, the Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has with immediate effect, banned the riding of motorbikes in the town and it's environs. The yesterday's clash was a subject to the death of four people who were shot by motor riders alleged to be 'Kusaasis'.
REGSEC boycotts motorbike riding in Bawku
The Upper East Regional Security Council has put a prohibition on riding of motorbikes in the Bawku Municipality and its environmental elements, viable Monday, January 24. This boycott comes a day after a few unverified number people, including a cop, were supposedly killed, while some others have supported different levels of wounds in the Bawku Town.
REGSEC warns NDC supporters in Tamale ahead of their demonstration.
Please before you continue reading, click on the (+ follow) sign at the right corner , under the headline to follow me to get the latest and real news. Thank you Northern Region security council has warned the (NDC) National Democratic Congress supporters ahead of the demonstration. The Tamale NDC supporters has already done damaged to some places after their flagbearer John Dramani Mahama said that they have been cheated. NDC National Democratic Congress supporters are organizing a demonstration on 16th December,2020
Prohibition on sea shores in Accra lifted, benefactors to show their COVID-19 VACCINATION CARD
The Greater Accra Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has lifted the prohibition on sea shores in Accra compelling Thursday, Dec 30, 2021. The Council, on Friday December 24, 2021, forced a prohibition on all sea shores in the capital as a component of measures to control the spread of the COVID-19.
Unregistered, uninsured bikes and tricycles cautioned to regularize by 31th August.
Unregistered, uninsured bikes and tricycles cautioned to regularize by 31th August Experts in the Greater Accra Region have set up cycles to cinch down on indiscipline on streets of the nation's capital, especially, motorbikes and tricycles. Under the new principles, all proprietors of unregistered or uninsured bikes and tricycles will have up to Tuesday, August 31 to regularize their documentation or face captures and arraignment.
Security takes over Knust Campus
The police and the operation calm life team which includes the military will take over the campus of Kwame nkrumah university of science and technology(KNUST) from Saturday, September 18. Already, the police water cannon has been detailed on campus. The university relations officer tells Tv3's reporter, William Evans Nkum the directive forms part of the recommendations made by a committee that investigated the July clashes between the university hall and unity during the SRC vetting.