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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Show maturity; invite me via my lawyers – ‘Western Togoland’ Leader to Govt

Leader of the secessionist group, Homeland Study Group Foundation, which declared ‘Western Togoland’ independent at Ho in the Volta Region on Saturday has asked the government to stop pursuing him and invite him through his lawyers. According to him, he’s ever-willing to face the law once the government “shows maturity” in the way it handles the issue surrounding their declaration ...

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CST will be deducted from call credits – Telcos

The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications says telecom organisations have resolved to deduct the 9% Communication Service tax from call times instead of the upfront deductions. According to the CEO of the Chamber Telecoms chamber Kenneth Ashigbey, telcos are recalibrating their systems to effect the change by Tuesday, November 26. “All the telcos are working towards adjusting their tariffs. Going forward, ...

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2020 Polls: EC to release Code of Conduct for staff soon – Jean Mensa

The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission(EC), Jean Mensa says the commission is preparing a code of conduct with sanctions for members of staff as a measure to enhance operational performance. According to her, although elections are won and lost at the polling stations, it was the responsibility of the Commission to put effective measures in place to ensure that the ...

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STATEMENT: Atinka Tv reacts to ‘Di Asa’ Winner’s cancelled flight to Dubai issue

‘Di Asa’ organizers have reacted to issues regarding the winner of their Plus Size Women Reality Show season 3 and Emirates Airline Company. Precious Mensah popularly known PM was alleged to have been stopped from boarding Emirates Airline’s plane to Dubai. Reports say she was disallowed by the Airline because her body size was bigger than a single seat in ...

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Leaked tape saga: Trial of Ofosu Ampofo to begin 18th Dec.

The trial of the Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, and a Communications Officer of the NDC, Anthony Kwaku Boahen, has been set for the 18th of December 2019. The two NDC officials have been charged in respect of the infamous leaked tape and are being tried at a Commercial Court in Accra presided over by Samuel ...

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Cape Coast pitch invader fined GHc2,400 by court

The 25-year-old nursing trainee, Awal Suleman who invaded the pitch during Ghana vs South Africa AFCON qualifier in Cape Coast last week has been fined a sum of GHc2,400 by the Cape Coast Circuit court on Thursday. He was charged on two counts: resisting arrest and disturbing public peace. Awal has been asked to sign a bond of good behavior, ...

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GES releases appointment letters of new teachers

The Ghana Education Service says it has released the appointment letters of new teachers. These teachers include those who completed and passed the College of Education exams in 2018, passed their teacher licensure exams in 2018/2019, completed the mandatory National Service, and applied for recruitment into the service. In a statement signed by Mrs. Adwoa Van Vicker, who is the ...

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Sex for Grades: Gyampo, Butakor to face UG Disciplinary Committee

The two University of Ghana lecturers, Professor Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Butakor who were allegedly abused their positions in the BBC’s  ‘sex for grades’ documentary will in the coming days face the schools Disciplinary Committee. In a Press release by the Public Affairs Directorate said: “the Committee further found prima facie evidence of misconduct contra, to Statute 42(11( e ...

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Police beaters fined GHS1,800

The Weija High Court has slapped a GH1,800 fine each on a commercial vehicle driver, Albert Ansah, 33, and his conductor, Francis Buabeng, who brutally assaulted a police officer at Weija. The Court presided over by Justice Bernard Bentsil imposed a fine of 150 penalty units each on the two. They will face 12 month jail-term should they default. Background ...

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