‘Trotro’ drivers save Kumasi Journalist from being lynched

  The timely intervention of residents and some commercial drivers of the Sofoline bus terminal near Prempeh College in the Ashanti Region, prevented what it could have been a repeat of the unfortunate incident at Denkyira-Boase involving the late Major Maxwell Adam Mahama as a Kumasi-based journalist was nearly lynched. Isaac Nsiah Foster, a local journalist with Otec FM on Tuesday morning, took to his heels and was being pursued by construction workers with life-threatening objects led by the owner

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YOROGO: COMMUNITY CALLS FOR INDEPENDENT INQUIRY INTO THE KILLING OF THEIR SONS

The families of the three young men from Yorogo who were killed last week under bizarre circumstances are appealing to the Minister for the Interior and Inspector General of Police (IGP) to constitute an independent committee of inquiry to investigate the circumstances that led to the death of the three. On June 22, 2017 at about 6:30 pm, James Akuntubego Nsobire was killed in crash about 800 meters away from his residence on the Bolgatanga-Bongo road by Daniel Alhassan Azaah,

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PARENTS IN KUNNI COMMUNITY OF THE SISSALA WEST DISTRICT MAKES A PASSIONATE APPEAL FOR A CLASSROOM BLOCK

Parents in Kunni community have  a passionate appeal for at least a classroom block to continue educating their children of school going age  who used to trek long and extremely deplorable path to the so-called nearest community Gbal to attend school despite their tender ages. Heavy rains in the area has rendered the path un-motorable for the children and hence the decision  by parents in Kunni to educate them in one makeshift classroom sponsored by PTA or they stand a

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SUBURB OF EJURA GETS FLOODED

Abota a suburb of Ejura the municipal capital town  of Ejura/Sekyeredumase Municipal of the Ashanti Region of Ghana gets flooded flowing a heavy down pour the previous night. Reporting to this news portal,Mr. Saddique Abubakar said many house were this morning seen submerged and properties worth of thousands carried away or destroyed by the flood. Though no causalities have been recorded as at the time of filing this story,some victims were seen crying and mourning over lost properties and doubt

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TEACHER SAVED BY A GOOD SWIMMER IN AN ATTEMPT TO CROSS A RIVER TO SCHOOL.

  A newly posted teacher to the Kasaana community in the very person of Mr. Seidu Hudu had luck on his way when he attempted crossing heavy flowing river to his duty station that has one of its culvert broken. Torrential rains around dawn on 20th June,2017 has left many valleys and rivers flooded with and hence flowing and thus got broken culverts inaccessible by commuters not excluding service providers such as teachers and nurses ,who are either locked up

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SISAALA WEST MP: MAKES A RECORD BREAKING DONATION OF MOTORBIKES TO ASSEMBLY MEMBERS

  The Member of Parliament for Sisaala West District Hon. Patrick Alhassan Adama on Sunday 18 June, 2017 made a surprise donation of motorbikes each to an assembly members and two of the motorbikes donated to the District health Directorate. The motorbikes were presented with crush helmets, duty documents and DVLA numbers and additionally and rare insured for a whole one year. An amount of GHC6, 000 was also donated to the District health Directorate to secure accommodation for ten

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PUPILS OF DIMAJAN COMMUNITY STUDY UNDER NEAR COLLAPSE STRUCTURE

  Pupils of Dimanjan Basic School study under dilapidated structure for many years  and this poses a serious danger to the lives of these children.This life threatening situation leaves them with no option but keep them using the near collapse structure to house some classes. Dimajan is a farming community which is about nine miles from Tumu,The  District Capital of the Sissala East of the Upper West Region. The community a twin  is  divided by short distance and thus Dimanjan

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LADIES LOCKED UP IN A ROOM FAR AWAY IN THE A GULF STATE CALLS FOR HELP

  Young ladies purported to be Ghanaians of origin and victims of trafficking have made a distress call on Ghanaian authorities to come their rescue. A video going viral this morning has in it about 20 or more young ladies and a leader speaking to the phone camera and had it recorded. The message sent across was a call on authorities in both Ghanaian embassy in the Gulf State and those in Ghana to swiftly response to their call else

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ABOUT 78 GHANAIANS DEPORTED FROM U.S.A LAND AT KOTOKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

    After 108 Ghanaians were deported back to the country following Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal migrants,another batch of about 78 have landed in the country . Most of the ghanaian deportees were seen handcuffed while they disembark from a charted flight. Visibly  seen were officials from the Ghana Immigration Service,Ghana Police and the National Disaster Management Organization assisting deportees go through screening before been allowed to re-integrate with their families. Dismayed by many was that,many of the deportees

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NIA to issue ‘instant’ National ID card from September 15

  Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the National Identification Authority (NIA) will issue the first of the proposed Ghana National Identity Card on September 15, 2017. According to Prof. Kenneth Agyemang Attafuah, Executive Secretary of the NIA, persons living in areas with good internet coverage will get their cards within 10 minutes of their filling the appropriate forms, while those with unreliable or non-existent coverage will have the printing of theirs deferred for a short period. “You can expect to see

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