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CJ weeps for exit of retiring Akoto-Bamfo from S/Court

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH| muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE CHIEF Justice, Mrs Sophia Abena Akuffo, broke down in tears after paying a glowing tribute to her friend and sister at the bench, Justice Vida Akoto-Bamfo, during a valedictory (farewell) ceremony to mark Justice Akoto-Bamfo’s retirement from the bench. The CJ described Justice Akoto-Bamfo’s records …

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Damongo emerges capital of Savannah Region

PRESIDENT NANA Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has settled on Damongo as the capital for the newly-created Savannah Region, Starr News’ presidential correspondent Wilberforce Asare has reported from the Jubilee House. Earlier in the day, Nalerigu was chosen by the President as capital for the North East region. The creation of the six …

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Wassa Fiase chief petitions Akufo-Addo .Over misconduct of elders against his chieftaincy status

PARAMOUNT Chief of Wassa Fiase Traditional Area, Odeneho Akrofa Krukoko II, has called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to intervene by way of impressing upon the elders in his chiefdom to accord him the necessary respect and also recognise his chieftaincy status as the legitimate paramount chief of the area. …

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Land guards on rampage.Attack one at Ashalaja

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh B MACHETE-WIELDING land guards have struck again at Ashalaja, in the Amasaman Municipality of the Greater Accra Region, attacking one Nii Boi Quartey. Nii Quartey, who is currently battling for his life at the Amasaman Government Hospital, was inflicted with  machete wounds on his neck, head …

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F/Service recruits start work without training

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh ABOUT TWO thousand Fire Service personnel recruited and posted to the various fire stations across the country in 2018 don’t have the requisite training in firefighting skills but are working as fire service personnel. Apart from not going through the training school to acquire the skills …

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We’re fed up.Frustrated Prosecutors cry over prosecuting with ‘pocket money’.Warn more criminals would be freed

 BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritgage.com.gh POLICE PROSECUTORS who are tasked by the Attorney General’s Department to prosecute criminal offence on behalf of the State say they are “frustrated” and “fed up” with the continuous use of their “pocket monies” to provide services to the State. With the introduction of Discovery of …

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EC motion on ROPAA to be moved on March 4

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH| muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE HUMAN Rights Division of the Accra High Court would on March 4, 2019 hear the motion seeking the extension of time by the Electoral Commission (EC) on the implementation of the Representation of the Peoples Amendment Act (2007) popularly known as (ROPAA). The EC was …

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Akufo-Addo picks Nalerigu capital of North East Region

NALERIGU HAS been chosen by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the regional capital for the newly-created North East Region. The decision by the President ends any speculation on whether Walewale or Nalerigu was going to be the capital of the North East region. Speaking during the presentation of the …

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Afoko challenges Nolle Prosequi at Supreme Court

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH| muntalla.inusah@dalyheritage.com.gh LAWYERS OF Gregory Afoko have filed an application at the Supreme Court regarding the Nolle Prosequi filed by the State following the arrest of Asabke Alangdi in the case in which they are standing trial for the death of Upper East Regional Chairman of the New …

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Prosecution pleads more time in Dr Obengfo murder case

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh THE PROSECUTION in the case in which Dr Dominic Kwame Obeng-Andoh, proprietor of Obengfo Hospital at Weija and his worker are being held for murder, have requested for time to work on the “interim report” from the office of the Attorney General’s Office. The police …

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