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Police Deny Mahama Heckling

The Northern Regional Police Command has denied claims that outgoing President John Mahama was heckled in his hometown in Bole in the Northern Region. President Mahama, who suffered an embarrassing defeat in December 7 elections, was in his hometown for the Christmas holidays with his family, a tradition he seems …

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Police On Manhunt For Suspected Cop-Killer

The Police in the Upper west region have began a manhunt for some suspected armed robbers who shot and killed a Police officer over the weekend. The deceased Constable Edmund Kwakuvi, is said to have been reporting to his post at the district Chief Executive’s residence when the incidence occurred. …

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Fire Razes Homes Of Kayayei, Scrap Dealers At Asawase

Scores of head porters also known as ‘Kayaye’ at Asawase Togo Bar in the Ashanti Region have been rendered homeless following a fire that razed shelters they dwell in. The fire which reportedly started around 7:00pm on Thursday also destroyed shops and properties of scrap dealers and other people around …

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Heavy Security Presence At La Gas Explosion Site

There’s heavy police and military presence at the scene of the gas explosion that occurred yesterday at Labadi. Several residents have gathered to witness the aftermath of the incidence that got some people dead and injured several others. The place has been blocked by police personnel with no entry or …

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Trade Fair Gas Explosion: 6 Burnt To Death, 12 In Critical Condition

Six people have been burnt beyond recognition in a gas explosion at the Louis Gas Station behind the International Trade Fair Centre in Labadi in Accra. At least 12 others are said to be in critical condition after sustaining severe burns from the fire that came with the explosion. The …

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December 27 And January 2 Declared Public Holidays

President John Dramani Mahama has by Executive Instrument declared Tuesday, December 27 and Monday, January 2 as public holidays. The two days replace Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, which fall on Sundays. A statement issued by the Minister of Interior, Prosper Bani, on Tuesday, December 20 reminded all about …

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Collins Dauda’s Brother Begs Over Killer Comment

Naaba Abdulai, brother of Collins Dauda, Minister of Water Resources Works and Housing has apologized for his claim that killing people is his daily activity. It would be recalled that Naaba Abdulai in a shocking revelation on Kumasi-based radio station Agyenkwa FM, said killing people is his daily activity thus …

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Take a minute to dive into our vision and mission statement

Overview Radio1 is a radio station based in the Eastern Region of Ghana with catchment areas such as Central, Greater Accra, Volta and parts of Ashanti Regions. “Based on our broadcast range, we have a potential audience of 90,000 or more”. The station has invested in infrastructure that provides optimal …

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Post-Election Violence Already Over – Police Assures

The Director of Operations and Head of Elections task force, Chief Superintendent Dr. Benjamin Agordzo has assured Ghanaians that the post-election violence and attacks on certain individuals are already over. “This attacks are already over . . . the past three days have not been good at all to the …

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Post-election violence could escalate – Dr. Anning warns

The post-election disturbances allegedly being perpetrated by New Patriotic Party supporters could escalate if not adequately addressed, a security analyst, Dr. Kwasi Anning has warned. Dr. Anning attributed these disturbances to failure of the police and the political parties to adequately deal with the perpetrators as required. Speaking on Eyewitness …

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