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January, 2018

  • 19 January

    Five Member-Gang Of Armed Robbers Exchange Gunfire With Police

    A group of armed robbery gang last night engaged personnel of the Ghana Police Service in a serious gun battle afte the police chased them following a distress call. The incident occurred around 10:30pm in Nsukwao, a Suburb of the New Juaben Municipality after the robbers had robbed a resident. …

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  • 19 January

    Boy, 17, Arrested For Murdering Biological Mother

    The police in Sefwi Wiawso have arrested a 17-year-old Junior High School (JHS) pupil, Emmanuel Gyan, over the murder of his biological mother. Gyan is alleged to have killed his 52-year-old mother, Faustina Agyeiwaa, by hitting her head severally with a pestle after which he attempted to set her body …

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  • 19 January

    Road Minister’s Tour in Ashanti Region affected the construction of Bohyen ‘Death Trap’ Bridge-Residents

    Residents of Bohyen, a suburb of the Bantama Constituency of the Ashanti Region have stated categorically that the Minister of Roads and Highway’s tour of the area as part of his Ashanti Regional working visit has totally affected the construction of the Bohyen ‘death trap’ Bridge. Minister of Roads and …

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  • 19 January

    Eviction of squatters along Accra-Tema Motorway long overdue

    MR KOFI Annan, the Seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations who is a proud Ghanaian once said “extreme poverty anywhere is a threat to human security everywhere. Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian political and spiritual leader also once said “poverty is the worst form of violence.” Indeed, in the name of poverty, …

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  • 19 January

    Strongman releases ‘Charcoal’

    BY ERICA ARTHUR SARKCESS MUSIC signer Strongman has finally released his first tune of the year titled ‘Charcoal’. ‘Charcoal’ is a controversial hip-hop song that punches hard at lots of artists in Ghana. The artist displays his word play talent and throws out comments that point to some of the things he …

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