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Thursday 29 July, 2021

Please accept my profound apologies – Sad Dag Heward-Mills to Otumfuo

Founder of Lighthouse Chapel International Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has apologised to Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II for a message in circulation on social media, impugning the Overlord of the Ashanti Kingdom. According to Bishop Heward-Mills, the sermon was preached nearly two decades ago and the content has been taken out of context “by persons who have previously declared their intention to...

2 People Grabbed With Human Bones

Police in Kraboa – Coaltar, the District capital of Ayensuano in the Eastern Region have arrested two suspects who are assisting in an investigation over alleged trading of human bones with a spiritualist. The suspects, a taxi driver, Awatey David Okra, 22, and Amenuvor Nicholas, 20, were grabbed by the Unit committee chairman of Kwamekyere Electoral Area, Aware Isaac who...

Kasoa ritual murder

Kasoa ritual murder: This is a moment of national reflection on our value system - Oppong-Nkrumah. According to him, that's not the only reason Speaking to Kwami Sefa Kayi in an interview on Peace FM's morning show ‘Kokrokoo’, he claims it is a combination of a lot of factors including parenting Two teenagers gruesomely murdered a 10-year-old boy for money ritual purposes According...

boy who was killed at Kasoa

Picture of the boy who was killed at Kasoa for money rituals Such a cute boy

GHS Investigates Covid19 Vaccine Theft

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says it is conducting an investigation into alleged stealing of the AstraZeneca/Oxford Covid19 Vaccine in some Hospitals in the Greater Accra Region. GHS made this known in a statement signed by its Director General, Dr Patrick Kim’s-Aboagye, condemning “such alleged criminal act in no uncertain terms.” Police in the Greater Accra Region have arrested three persons...

Boy Kills Brother At Effiakuma

Francis Esson, a 19-year old resident of Effiakuma in the Effia-Kwesimintsim Municipality of the Western Region is in the grips of the police for allegedly stabbing his elder brother, Emmanuel Ato Simpson, 21, to death. The unfortunate incident which happened on Sunday, occured during a scuffle that ensued between the two. According to eyewitnesses, the two brothers were spotted earlier on,...

Dealing with fake motor insurance: NIC donates 500 GoTa phones to Police Service

The National Insurance Commission (NIC) has presented 500 GoTa phones to the Motor Traffic & Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service for enforcement activities. These security devices are meant to detect vehicles with fake motor insurance policies plying our roads. Presenting the items to the Police at an official ceremony at the Police Headquarters on Thursday, March 11,...

Ghana Immigration Service intercepts 80 immigrants in Bono East Region

Techiman (BE/R) March 10, The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) search team in the Bono Region has arrested about 80 migrants who entered the Region through unapproved routes. Mr Enock Abrokwa Annor Assistant Immigration Officer, in charge of the Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service said the team made up of intelligent search engines came across the people suspected to...

Dog shortage hits Sandema market

Sandema (U/E), March 10,  Dog meat sellers at Sandema in the Builsa North Municipality of the Upper East Region were disappointed when they visited the major market in the area to buy dogs and prepare for their customers. There were however other animals such as sheep and goats for sale. Dada Bee, a popular dog meat seller at Sandema who expressed...

Lands and Natural Resources Minister holds meeting with regional ministers

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources on Wednesday, 10th march, 2021 held a consultative meeting with Regional Ministers Designate and Representatives of the President in the regions, during which they discussed wide range issues in the Land and Natural Resources Sector of our Country. The Hon. Minister expressed his commitment to work closely with the Regional Ministers in resolving...