- Military personnel protecting galamseyers should face the maximum punishment- Ken Ashigbey
- You are destroying the environment and polluting the water bodies- Amewu blasts foreign illegal miners
- This Ghanaian asylum seeker in Germany has just forcibly violated a woman in a forest
- 15 GRA officials sacked for causing financial loss to Ghana
According to witness accounts, the former NSS boss Alhaji Alhassan Mohammed Imoro, had confided in him that the GH¢280,000 was paid to the NDC.
The military man, Corporal Bernard Tsagli, had allegedly connived with a taxi driver called Joseph Ansah.
The Inspector General of Police will be petitioned by the family of Gregory Afoko over the recent allegations surrounding three bigwigs of the NPP
DCOP Osaberima Oware Asare Pinkron said the prostitutes were arrested alongside their male counterparts on charges of “soliciting for immoral purposes”.
Mr Mahama made a total payment of over GHc 2 million (GHc2,723,212.36) in full satisfaction of all outstanding arrears and penalties.
The court presided over by Her Honour Mercy Adei Kotei adjourned the case to May 24, 2017 for the rest of the accused persons to open their defence.
Mr. John Alexander Ackon, a former Ashanti Regional Minister under the erstwhile Mahama administration, has revealed why he authorized the released of Aisha Hua
A family member of the late MP for Abuakwa North J.B Danquah Adu has called on the police to arrest the widow over his death.
The judge remanded Aisha into Nsawam prison custody until the next court sitting set for May 23, 2017.
Aisha, and some four other Chinese nationals with the support of Ghanaians are illegally mining in unauthorised areas.
Forty-one people on remand were also granted bail; four were refused bail while five were referred to health facilities.
YEN gathers that Kwabena Nyarko, 48, demanded to see the regional police commander but had on him a concealed weapon with three live cartridges in his pocket
Fresh, disturbing details have emerged from the road carnage the claimed eight lives and left main more injured on April 27, along the Nairobi-Mombasa road
Appiah-Kusi was pelted with stones and his clothes embarrassingly ripped off while he was in the process of exchanging pleasantries with members of the family
Hackers have targeted major Ghanaian news websites, as the coalition of media houses intensifies a campaign, for the ban of illegal mining [GALAMSEY].
The daughter of one of the banned former MPs over the UK visa fraud has asked for forgiveness from Ghanaians, stating she accepts all blame for the incident
A video showing Angolan police attacking wheelchair-bound protesters has surfaced online, sparking outrage among Angolans and human rights activists.
According to other media reports, Engineers and Planners failed to pay pay social security contributions of its staff for a substantive period of time.
Mr Boakye has requested that the British High Commission reverse any travel ban imposed on him.
This move is to make sure "group admins" manage their platforms and not allow others to share fake news has been passed.
Mr. Boakye HOWEVER, said he accepts in good faith the punitive measures being taken against him by the commission.
19 year old Rashid Agbo, who is being held on robbery charges, held proceedings for over two hours before the situation was rectified.