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January, 2018

  • 4 January

    Special Prosecutor will struggle without RTI bill – Asiedu Nketia

    The Office of the Special Prosecutor will struggle without the Right to Information (RTI) bill, General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia has said. According to him, without the bill, the Special Prosecutor will find it difficult retrieving information especially from government offices. “The most …

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  • 4 January

    Transport Ministry halts DVLA charges for First Aid Kits

    The Ministry of Transport has instructed management of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority [DVLA], to immediately halt mandatory charges for First Aid kits. Deputy Transport Minister, Titus Glover, told Citi News that the DVLA has been communicated to in that regard. The DVLA failed to duly inform both the …

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  • 4 January

    A/R: DISEC Confiscates 9 Excavators At Amansie Central, Miners Arrested

    The Amansie Central District Security Council in the Ashanti Region has  impounded 9 immortal mining excavators used for mining activities in the district.  Some miners have also been arrested by the Amansie Central District Police Command for operating illegally. The 9 excavators have since been conveyed to the premises of …

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  • 4 January

    Asokwa Court Demands School Records Of Gang Rape Suspects

    The Asokwa District Court (One) presided by Peter Oppong-Boahen has ordered for the school records of four gang rape suspects to determine their real ages. Ages of the suspects have been in contention before the court. The court postponed the hearing to Wednesday January 10, 2018 A source at the …

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  • 4 January

    ‘Ghana Is Bleeding From Corruption’ — CDG

    The Coalition for Democratic Governance (CDG), a pressure group says Ghana is bleeding from corruption. According to the group, the “absurd ministries with over bloated expenditure” created by the Akufo-Addo led government was draining the country of its limited resources. Chief convener of the group, Dr Ebenezer Kofi Hayford, addressing a …

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