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Oppong Boanuh appointed Deputy IGP in latest police command changes

Written by | September 25, 2018 | 0
The police administration has reshuffled some of its Director Generals and filled the vacant position of Deputy Inspector General of Police (IGP) in the Command Structure. Graphic Online has gathered that the current Director General of Administration, Commissioner of Police (COP), Mr Oppong Boanuh has been appointed as the new Deputy IGP.   The Deputy IGP position which is part of the Police Service Regulations under C.I. 76, has been vacant for many years. Since the last Deputy IGP, Mohammed Alhassan was promoted as IGP, the Deputy IGP position has continued to remain vacant until now. Information Graphic Online has picked up indicates that other Director Generals who have been reshuffled are COP, Mr Prosper K. Agblorh, who is moving to Legal and Prosecution

V.C.R.A.C Crabbe Dies At 95

Written by | September 8, 2018 | 0
Former Supreme Court judge Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles Crabbe has died. The renowned judge also known as VCRAC Crabbe is reported to have died Friday morning after a short illness. He was 95. V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe was Special Commissioner to the 1968 Constitutional Commission; Legislative Draftsmen to the 1969 Constituent Assembly which drafted the 1969 Constitution of Ghana. He was the Chairman of the 1979 Constituent Assembly and drafted the 1979 Constitution of Ghana. Profile He was born on 29 October 1923 at Ussher town in Accra, Gold Coast. He was educated at the Government Junior and Senior Boys Schools in Accra. VCRAC Crabbe is an old boy of Accra Academy where he sat for the Cambridge Junior and Senior School Certificates He further went to London to study Economics at the City

PHOTOS: Weirdest wedding dresses ever

Written by | September 6, 2018 | 0
There are few occasions in life when you are the centre of attention and everybody’s celebrating you. One of these occasions is, of course, your wedding day. But for some ladies, it’s not enough. They just have to wear an exaggerated outfit, guaranteeing no one could look away. Here are some of the most over the top Wedding Dresses we could find You won’t see any drunk ‘cut the cake’ at this wedding – the risk is just too high. The groom won’t take a chance destroying his bride’s dress by cutting it. I think this bride has a thing for Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory because nothing else can explain why she would want to look like Violet Beauregard right after she turns into a blueberry. Only a few couples feel this comfortable in their own skin

US Islands Of Slave Descendants

Written by | September 6, 2018 | 0
Spanish moss draped over St Helena Island, South Carolina, as Elting Buster Smalls and his children hummed down the earthen path in their 1960s station wagon. It was the summer of 1974, and the harvest from the Smalls’ 20-acre farm – passed down since the late-1800s through their family of newly freed enslaved and runaway West Africans – was bountiful. Smalls and his children packed baskets of fresh honeydew, peanuts and sugar cane, and fish they’d caught in the river, to drop on the porches of local elders who were no longer able to work the land. But today, nearly 50 years after Elting first taught his young daughter Victoria Smalls about the traditions integral to their identity, many Gullah Geechee can no longer work the land, as the land – and thereby the Gullah

China Gov’t Against Its Nationals In Galamsey – Akufo-Addo

Written by | September 3, 2018 | 0
President Nana Akufo-Addo has said the Chinese government is fully backing his administration’s uncompromising stance towards illegal mining. Speaking at a meeting with the Ghanaian community in China as part of his visit to that country, President Akufo-Addo said he had been able to hold frank discussions with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the matter. “He [Xi Jinping] himself was the first to recognize that Ghanaian laws have every right to deal with people who are involved in illegal activities.” “I was very happy about the manner in which he [Xi Jinping] responded and the assurance that he gave that those of his compatriots who were engaged in this illegal mining activities will not find any support in this government.” Chinese nationals are known to be one of the main culprits

5 Secrets Of Becca’s Nigerian Husband Revealed!

Written by | August 20, 2018 | 0
The Nigerian husband of Ghanaian singer Becca, Tobi Sanni Daniel, has been the subject of discussion of most entertainment enthusiasts since news of their marriage broke over the weekend. Tobi is widely known in the Nigerian entertainment space as former business manager of Nigerian artiste Ice Prince and the Chief Executive Officer of State of Mind Entertainment (SOME). Below are five (5) other things you would love to know about Becca’s Mr. Right. 1. Tobi is a Yoruba. 2. He holds a degree in Business Administration and management and a Chartered Economist. 3. He studied Business Administration and Management at the University of Ilorin. He went on to study and became a Graduate Chartered Economist (GCE). 4. In 2016, he became a Fellow Chartered Economist (FCE) at the 2016 Economist

PHOTOS: Ghanaian female celebrities who attended Becca’s wedding

Written by | August 20, 2018 | 0
A number of Ghanaian celebrities attended the wedding of singer, Becca who married her Nigerian fiance, Tobi Sanni Daniel at a traditional ceremony in Accra. Tobi is the former manager of popular Nigerian artist, Ice Prince who Becca has allegedly been dating for over 3 years. ALSO READ: PHOTOS from Becca’s traditional marriage View photos of some of the celebrities who attended the show below: Stacy Amoateng and Jackie Appiah Yvonne Nelson Shantelle Asante, Zynell Zuh and Joselyn Dumas Bridesmaids Sandra Ankobeah    

Udinese Star Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu To Miss Start Of Serie A Season

Written by | July 26, 2018 | 0
Udinese midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu will miss the start of the Serie A season due to injury. Badu, 27, has been undergoing rehabilitation in Austria following a knee surgery last week. The Ghana international went under the knife to correct the defect and will stay out up to seven weeks. “I had to do the surgery to correct it otherwise I will be playing through pain,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com “I am currently here in Austria undergoing rehabilitation.” Badu has returned to the Italian side after a successful loan spell at Turkish side Bursaspor. He made 19 appearances in the Super Lig with Bursaspor. For more Ghana football news visit www.ghanasoccernet.com

New Ameri Deal To Check ‘Overpricing’ Lands In Parliament

Written by | July 26, 2018 | 0
Government has laid before Parliament a fresh agreement to amend the controversial $510 million AMERI power deal that was approved by the same House in 2015. The John Mahama administration signed the deal at the height of the energy crisis, however, after the New Patriotic Party (NPP) took over power, a committee established by Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko, concluded that the sole-sourced deal had been overpriced by $150 million. NPP MP for Adansi Asokwa K. T. Hammond filed a private motion in August 2017 seeking a review. At the time, the Minority walked out of the house when the speaker admitted the motion and referred it to the Mines and Energy committee, claiming an MP cannot cause the house to rescind an earlier approved agreement. The agreement was referred to the joint Energy and

Ghana To Use Specialised Drones To Transport Essential Commodities To Remote Areas

Written by | July 26, 2018 | 0
To ensure successful implementation of the Universal Access to Health Care (UHAC) and end AIDS by 2030 using technology and innovation, the government of Ghana will in October introduce drones in transporting essential medicines to inaccessible areas. The drones, which would be used in conveying essential medicines like epidemic and viral load samples and most importantly, blood would make Ghana the second in Africa after Rwanda to use drones to deliver blood and other needed supplies to rural villages in Ghana Dr Anthony Nsiah-Asare, Director General of the Ghana Health Service made this known in an interview with the Ghana News Agency after he had participated in a panel discussion session as part of the on the on-going 22nd International AIDS Conference at the RAI Convention