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Stroke patient, 80, burnt to death

An 80-year-old stroke patient has been burnt to death in a midnight fire outbreak at Kodjonya, a suburb of Odumase Krobo in the Eastern region. The  body of the deceased octogenarian, Gladys Adjo alias Abidjan, has been deposited at the Atua Government Hospital. According to relatives, the deceased who was …

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NITA to host maiden ICT stakeholders’ forum

THE NATIONAL Information Technology Agency (NITA) is organising a forum at Alisa Hotel in Accra on Monday, April 15, 2019, to serve as a gathering for all stakeholders in the ICT industry and related agency development partners to deliberate on matters of common interest to the industry. The activities in …

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Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s suspected killer arrested

The police have arrested a key suspect over the murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale mid-January. The police nabbed Abdul Rashid Meizongo, 29, at a mall in Accra and is currently assisting with investigations. One other is currently in custody over the same crime while 13 others have been questioned. …

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Bryan Acheampong’s role must be clearly defined – Short report

The Commission that probed electoral violence at Ayawaso West-Wuogon in January this year has recommended to the President to clarify the exact role of the minister of state in charge of national security at the Presidency. The committee believes this will establish a clear chain of command between his role …

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No masked men for elections again – Short C’ssion report

The Short Commission that probed the violence that characterized the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election has recommended that no hooded or masked men are ever used in any election in Ghana. “The commission recommends that no masked or hooded men should be used for civilian policing especially electoral policing or the …

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Disband SWAT team at National Security – Short C’ssion report

The Emile Short Commission of Inquiry has recommended the dissolution of the SWAT team at the National Security Council Secretariat, Starrfm.com.gh can confirm. The confidential report in possession of Starrfm.com.gh recommended operatives should be re-assigned to their respective units after disbanding the SWAT team. “The Commission recommends that the SWAT …

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Conduct anal test on long journey drivers – Specialist to DVLA

A specialist in piles treatment is recommending that “anal tests” be made part of requirements for issuing out Driver’s Licenses to long journey drivers. Dr Asafo Adjei Anane Frimpong has conducted a research which indicates that the pain of piles causes drivers to lose control when they hit potholes. According …

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Vigilantism Bill laid before Parliament

A vigilantism bill has been laid before Ghana’s Parliament for consideration and approval by the House. The bill when passed into an Act will disband activities of vigilantism and prohibit the formation of such groups. The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Oquaye has consequently referred the bill to the Constitution, …

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GES to introduce new school uniform

The Ghana Education Service (GES) is set to change school uniforms for students in public schools across the country. The new uniform will set the difference between pupils in the primary level and the rest in upper classes. Currently Ghanaian school children from primary to Junior High all wear the …

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NUACA wants national buffer zone policy for Ghana enforced

BY RAMSON ACQUAH-HAYFORD THE PRESIDENT of the National Union of Aquaculture Associations (NUACA), Mr. Francis Garbrah, has made a passionate appeal to all relevant duty bearers, especially the Water Resources Commission, Traditional Authorities and the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture, to act in concert for the review and strict enforcement …

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