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Horror!: Wee smoker violently plucks out eye of 62yr-old man

By Kojo Ansah SOME rascals under the influence of marijuana, popularly known as wee, over the weekend invaded Kwabena Kumi, a community near Suhum in the Eastern Region to cause mayhem after smoking wee and drinking ‘wee bitters,’ an alcoholic drink mixed with wee. The exhibition of marijuana smoking bravado …

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Alfred Ogbamey faces contempt over defamation suit

By Muntalla Inusah | muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh CONTEMPT OF Court appears to be staring in the face of the former Editor of the defunct Gye Nyame Concord newspaper, Mr. Alfred Ogbamey, for allegedly refusing to comply with a court order two years after a consent judgement had been given over a defamation suit brought …

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COMEU bares teeth at government over 4yr-old unpaid grants

By Kojo Ansah   | THE CONFERENCE of Managers of Education Units (COMEU) has registered its protest over government’s failure to disburse statutory quarterly grants due them. According to the managers, government has failed to pay the quarterly grants since 2012; a situation they say is crippling management of education …

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Don’t vote for reckless politicians — Apostle Dr Opoku Onyinah 

By Kojo Ansah | THE CHAIRMAN of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah, has advised members of the Church of Pentecost and the Ghanaian electorate not to vote for reckless politicians seeking their mandate to occupy honourable positions in the country. He said the electorate must peruse the conducts …

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Montie 3 released from jail

A few hours after being set free from the Akuse Prison in the Eastern Region on Friday morning, the Montie trio were given a rousing welcome at the Latebiokorshie office of Montie FM where they declared to continue to “open fire” but “never again”, to go wayward. Rather, they urged …

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Election 2016: Police to use pepper spray at all polling stations

By Kojo Ansah | SECURITY OFFICERS who will be deployed to the polling stations in the 2016 general election will all wield pepper spray while others deployed in areas identified as flash points will be armed. Information available to the DAILY HERITAGE online indicates that, the Inspector General of Police after …

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Assemblyman on rampage, orders boys to burn mechanic

By Philip Antoh  |  A Twenty-Two-Year-Old mechanic apprentice at Kaneshie near, Ashly Business College, Master Bismark Baako escaped lynching after the assemblyman of the Mataheko Electoral Area, Nii Armah Tegoe allegedly ordered his lynching. The assemblyman’s instruction to his boys was to burn the victim alive when he mistakenly removed …

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Police Commanders abandon post

By Philip Antoh |  The District Police Headquarters at Kokrobite in the Ga South Municipality in the Greater Accra Region continues to suffer from infrastructural problems as the ‘Container’ Police Station operates without a substantive police commander. The station which was elevated to a district status in 2015 with an assurance …

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We’re happy Obinim flogged us – Teenagers

The teenagers who were flogged during a church service by Bishop Daniel Obinim for engaging in pre-marital sex have expressed gratitude to the controversial pastor for the punishment that was meted out to them. The teenagers, Eliasu Zakari,16, and Justina Nhyiraba Gyasiwaa, 14, in an interview with OBTV expressed remorse …

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Bishop Obinim granted bail

The embattled founder of the International God’s Way Church Bishop Daniel Obinim has been granted bail, his lawyer has confirmed. The miracle worker was granted a self recognizance bail with two sureties at the Police headquarters. It is unclear the bail bond or the amount involved. Bishop Obinim has been …

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