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August, 2016

  • 26 August

    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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  • 26 August

    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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  • 25 August

    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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  • 25 August

    Indian man carries dead wife’s body for 12km

    An impoverished man in India carried his wife’s body for 12km after the hospital where she died allegedly failed to provide an ambulance to carry the body back to their village. Dana Majhi’s wife Amang, 42, died from tuberculosis in the district hospital in Bhawanipatna town in Orissa state. Mr …

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  • 25 August

    Disturbed DKM customers committing suicide

    An extraordinary outpouring of grief has engulfed the Upper East region over some reported untimely deaths of a number of disappointed clients of the DKM Microfinance Company. Surviving clients, organised into a group called “Aggrieved Customers of DKM in Upper East” and numbered around 6,000 or about 0.6% of the …

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