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Labourer Defiles Class Two Pupil

Written by | October 12, 2018 | 0
A twenty year-old labourer, Gideon Ntaah, has been remanded into police custody by the Enchi District Magistrate Court for allegedly defiling an 8-year-old class two girl. Although Ntaah was charged for defilement, his plea has not been taken and he would reappear in Court on Tuesday 16, October 2018. Prosecuting, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Ebenezer Anim Ofori, told the presiding judge, Mr Eric Baah Boateng, that the complainant, is the victim’s mother and she resides in the same compound house at Akuoboi, near Enchi with the accused person. According to him, the accused person’s wife often visited the complainant to watch television programmes in her living room. He said on September 21, this year, at about 1600 hours, the complainant was cooking in her kitchen and

Number#12: Court Throws Out Ken Agyapong

Written by | October 11, 2018 | 0
  Kennedy Agyapong has said he’ll pay Anas the 25 cedis if he [Ken] loses the case it court. A High Court in Accra has declined an application by Kennedy Agyapong seeking to dismiss the ȼ25 million defamation suit against him by Anas Aremeyaw Anas. The Court, presided over by Justice Daniel Mensah, also held that the writ filed by Anas does not in any way violate the constitutional rights of Mr Agyapong as no relevant legal points have been raised to substantiate that claim. Mr Agyapong claimed that the wearing of a mask and the concealment of his identity breached his constitutional rights under article 33 of the Constitution. Mr Agyapong had filed an application seeking to dismiss Anas’ law suit on the basis that the writ was incompetent; that it did

Rawlings Is Angry

Written by | October 11, 2018 | 0
Former President Jerry John Rawlings Former President Jerry John Rawlings has apparently become incensed by the ongoing documentary by Multimedia News Channel, Joy News, on the killing of the three High Court judges and a retired army officer in the heat of the revolution in 1982. Last week, he promised to drop a ‘bombshell’ about the killings in the coming days, but it seems he cannot wait any longer. He posted on social media platform Twitter, on Tuesday that there is an attempt to ‘rehash’ and’re-cook’ history and described it as “vicious and callous political opportunism.” “We have rehashed and re-cooked history to make innocent people look murderous. And in the next breath using the same name to endorse yourselves, because Rawlings

Matters Of Retired IGP And The Deputy IGP, Is The Problem With The Contracts Or The Contractors?

Written by | October 11, 2018 | 0
David Asante-Appeatu, IGP In the actual sense, I don’t have problems with the president giving retiring police officers contracts or extension of office. I don’t have problems with that at all. It is least among my worries as far as policing is concerned. It is at the prerogative of the president to extend the tenures offices of IGPs, Deputy IGPs, COPs and other ranks that he deems fit up to 5 years and that is very constitutional and nobody can challenge that in any court of competent jurisdiction. We can only challenge the appointing authority of the president if those he has given extension of office stay beyond 5 years but for now, all the commentaries being ran are sheer hypocrisy based on personal and parochial interests. I am not interested in those spineless arguments. I also

Photos: Top 12 Celebs Rocking African Print

Written by | October 6, 2018 | 0
Looking around the streets you will see Africans are embracing their roots when it comes to clothing. Celebrities closet has over the years been revamped by varied styles and designs of the African print styles that are worth while having a look at. Our favourite celebrities from Ghana and Nigeria have also been caught in the buzz and we are asking which of them looks stylish while representing African through her looks. READ MORE: Here are your 12 favourites: 1. Nana Ama Mcbrown An icon in movies and fashion, Nana Ama is known to make bold statements in African prints at various events. 2. Omotola Jalade Crowned Omosexy, Omotola is a definition of fashion in the Nigerian fashion industry. She is looking stylish in v-shaped African print. 3. Joselyn Dumas Actress cum TV host is a true

I will love to be on the same stage with Stonebwoy – Abi Monage

Written by | October 6, 2018 | 0
We mostly hear many rising artists look up to either Sarkodie or Shatta Wale in the music industry or love to feature them on a song. Abi Monage, Ghanaian new female artist, in an interview has made a different revelation when in an interview with Freddy of XLive FM. The host of the shoe Freddy asked Abi Monage whom she looks up to in the music industry and according to her, she looks up to Stonebwoy. The host then went ahead to ask, which artist will she love to be on a stage with and according to Abi Monage she will love to be on a stage with BET winner Stonebwoy. It seems Stonebwoy has a very special place in Abi Monage’s heart so they both rep Ashaiman. Facebook: Abi Monage Twitter: @AbiMonage Instagram: @abimonna Enjoy “Sugar” By Abi Monage below. Comments:

Group Wants Alcohol Adverts Associated With Sporting Activities Banned

Written by | October 5, 2018 | 0
The Ghana Alcohol Policy Alliance (GhanAPA), a non-governmental organisation has called on government to take concrete steps to ban alcohol advertisement in sporting activities in the country. It said by so doing, the government would be saving children and future generations from the harmful effect of alcohol intake while showing commitment to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goal 3.5. The call was made in a statement signed by Mr Benjamin Anabila, the Chairman of the GhanAPA and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Thursday, to mark the ‘NO Alcohol Day 2018’, on the theme: ‘Ban Alcohol Advertising in Sport.’ The members of the Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance (SAAPA), East African Alcohol Policy Alliance (EAAPA) and the West African Alcohol Policy

Uniterra International Seminar Gears Up For Launch

Written by | October 5, 2018 | 0
Accra, Ghana, October 5th 2018: The Uniterra International Seminar, a global international event, will be taking place in Accra, Ghana from October 14th – October 27th 2018. The seminar, which will bring together twelve Ghanaian entrepreneurs and eight Canadian entrepreneurs, will be taking place in Ghana for the fourth time in its’ seventy year history. The seminar will be focused on providing a cross-cultural learning experience for female entrepreneurs, focusing on various elements of entrepreneurship. The modules of the seminar, which range from discussions on legal certifications to branding and marketing, among others have been codesigned with Uniterra’s partner, MBC Africa. “Women are often marginalized as entrepreneurs, globally, so I think it is an excellent opportunity

Schools To Benefit From Water Project Undertaken By Voltic, Jaldhaara Foundation

Written by | October 5, 2018 | 0
The Management of Voltic Ghana Limited, in partnership with Jaldhaara Foundation, has provided support to the Adeiso SDA Basic School under the ‘Water for Schools’ Programme. The support will enable Voltic and its partner to provide treated drinking water to school children on daily basis of between 10 and 15 gallons depending on the number of children in the school. As part of the support, Voltic Ghana Limited presented water bottles and exercise books to the children. Mrs Joyce Ahiadorme, the Public Affairs and Communication Manager, Voltic Ghana Limited, told the Ghana News Agency that the Company’s 20,000 dollars investment in ‘Water for Schools’ Programme confirmed its commitment towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Six. She said the partnership

Our Nurses and Teachers Must Be Profitably Trained for Labor Markets Abroad

Written by | October 5, 2018 | 0
The constant and tiresome run around for the retroactive payment of stipends and allowances for our nurse and teacher trainees ought to creatively inspire the government to devise profitable and productive ways of making our allied health services worthwhile professions in the country (See “Delayed Allowances: Trainee Nurses Threaten to Boycott Class[es]” CitiNewsRoom.com / Modernghana.com 10/4/18). The government and the leaders of the allied health professions in the Philippines, Cuba and elsewhere have been doing this for decades, if not generations. I am talking about the practical possibility of having some of our best trained nurses, and others in the allied health professions, contractually shipped abroad for service and/or practice in countries in dire need of these