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Joy News’ Latif Idrissu diagnosed with fractured skull after police brutality

After four X-Ray examinations and a CT scan, doctors have now concluded that Joy News’ Latif Idrissu has a fractured skull. Latif was brutalized at the police Criminal Investigation Department ...

09 April, 2018

NSS makes arrangement for Ghanaians abroad to register

The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) says it has made arrangement for Ghanaians who schooled abroad to do their national service in the country. Ghanaians across the Diaspora ...

09 April, 2018

Newmont shuts down operations in Ghana after Ahafo tunnel collapse

Mining firm, Newmont Gold Ghana Limited, has shut down all its mining operations in Ghana temporarily, after tragedy hits its Ahafo mine over the weekend. According to the mining firm, ...

09 April, 2018

Aduana's group stage qualification not sealed yet - Abubakar after 6-1 win

Aduana Stars head coach Yusif Abubakar claims his side’s qualification to the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup is not sealed yet despite their 6-1 win in the first ...

09 April, 2018

Is the Ghana Football Association's Club Licensing Board doing enough?

The time is 21:05 on Thursday night. Ghana's President, Nana Akufo-Addo, has just delivered a fire filled speech as he attempts to bring clarity to the government's true intentions in ...

09 April, 2018

Start suing us and things will improve - Doctor advises

A medical practitioner says the best way to deal with medical negligence is to seek redress in the court of law. Samuel Odoi believes that until that is done, health ...

09 April, 2018

Opuni sues state; demands documents, list of witnesses, testimonies

Former COCOBOD Chief Executive, Dr Stephen Opuni has brought a case against the state demanding the production of documents to be used against him in court. He wants the prosecution ...

09 April, 2018

Ghana's Hor Halutie finishes eighth in women's 100m final

Ghana's Hor Halutie failed to clinch a medal after finishing last in the women's 100m final at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Australia.  Halutie crossed the finish line in 11.54, ...

09 April, 2018

SSNIT to ‘name and shame’ defaulting employers

Social Security and National Insurance Trust, (SSNIT), says it is considering another round of “naming and shaming” of employers that fail to pay contributions of their workers. According to SSNIT,  ...

09 April, 2018

Ahomka-Lindsay incurs wrath of Kumawu residents over siting of poultry farm

Some residents of Kumawu in the Ashanti Region, are angry with a Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry for allegedly forcibly evicting them from their land. They question Robert Ahomka-Lindsay’s ...

09 April, 2018

3 prisons officers beat shop attendant at Kasoa, got him locked up

A 35-year-old shop attendant at the Kasoa New Market is nursing his wounds after he was reportedly beaten by three prisons officers last Friday. Kwame Sekyere was handcuffed and dragged ...

09 April, 2018

Court hands 66-months jail term to 2 Kwabenya cell breakers

An Accra Circuit Court has sentenced two criminal suspects who escaped from the Kwabenya cell early this year to 66 months' imprisonment for escaping from the cell. Kofi Darko was ...

09 April, 2018

Lack of consistent planning bane of country’s development - Prof Amoako-Tuffuor

A renowned economist, Professor Joe Amoako-Tuffuor, is blaming Ghana slow pace on inconsistent planning. “We can blame the lack of commitment of teachers in so many ways but the lack ...

09 April, 2018

Nigeria's Buhari to run in 2019 elections

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will be seeking a second term in office in elections due next year, his office has said. It ends months of speculation about whether the 74-year-old ...

09 April, 2018


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