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The Deputy Managing Director of the State Housing Company, Roni Nicol, has funded the Appeal fee for court proceedings of a 15-year old juvenile identified as Adom, who was handed a two-year jail term to begin next week.
The family members of the fourth kidnapped girl, Ruth Abakah, have said that police officers at Kojokrom assisted them in the part payment of the ransom the kidnappers demanded in exchange of their daughter.
Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has listed the types of corruption offences that his office can investigate.In an article, Mr. Amidu listed 11 corruption and corruption-related offences apportioned to his Office for investigation.
The families of the three kidnapped Takoradi girls say they are not the least surprised that the Police in their investigation to locate the missing girls retrieved human skeletons at Kansawrodo.
According to the grandfather of the missing girl, Emmanuel Cobbinah Anzah, Ruth’s mother, has refused to talk him over the missing girl as she believed he did not push enough for the police to devote equal time to the case.
Two families of the three Takoradi kidnapped girls have finally made a U-turn on their decision not to allow the police take samples for DNA tests on some discovered skeletons at the premises of the kidnap suspect.
A mother has narrated how the Police asked her to “go and pray” when she reported a case about her missing son. Gifty Atwei Laryea said her son went missing on February 18, 2019 and has since not returned. YEN.com.gh news.
The CEO of Menzgold and Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1 has finally been released from police custody after meeting bail requirements on Tuesday, August 6, 2019.
Information reaching YEN.com.gh has confirmed that a fourth body has been found in a well at Nkroful new site in Takoradi, in the Western Region.
Woyome pledged to immediately pay GHS10 million and pay GHS4 million every three months till he completes paying his debt to the state instead of his properties being sold to offset the debt
The controversy surrounding the three missing Takoradi girls appears to be unending after the Police discovered dead body parts at the base of one of the suspects. Three girls – Priscilla Bentum, Ruth Quayson and Priscilla Koranch
A prostitute recently caused mild drama after she took to the street to hold a police officer ransom in Lagos. According to eyewitness report, the policeman had offered to pay her N7k for the night but changed his mind.
The discovery of human body parts believed to be those of the three Takoradi missing girls has dominated headlines since the news broke on Friday, August 2, 2019. Here all the facts that detail how their bodies were retrieved.
News of the discovery of human remains in a septic tank close to an uncompleted building in Takoradi in the Western region appears to have raised more questions. The prime suspect in the case is Samuel Odeoutuk Willis.
An official statement from the Ghana Police Service (GPS) has shed light on the operation carried out on the night of Friday, August 2, 2019. The exercise was a joint effort between two security groups.
Acquah added that if the police were convinced what they had found was a good lead to unravelling the mysteries surrounding the missing girls, the DNA and forensic investigations should be conducted in independent laboratories.
Sister of one of the Takoradi kidnapped girls, Kate Quayson is living in a state of denial, as she has challenged the media reports of the retrieval of human parts believed to be that of her sister and the two other girls.
The three Takoradi missing girls have been found dead. Photos from the operation that led to the discovery and exhumation of the dead bodies have popped up online after the news went viral.
The court, as part of the bail conditions, said he was to present five sureties, three of whom must be justified but NAM1 was unable to deliver on those requirements.
The Police administration has announced a GH¢10,000 reward for anyone who would give information that would lead to the arrest of the armed men who attacked and killed a police woman in the Northern Region.
YEN.com.gh has gathered that a woman had collapsed at Kwaku during the Easter festivities. She was reported to have seen her husband who was supposed to have been dead two years ago, according to the report seen by YEN.com.gh.
The Driver of the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu has been arrested and processed for the City Campus Court for using a strobe light to drive against oncoming traffic. Mr. Agyeman Manu was in the Nissan Patrol with a police o
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