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Litigation Is Very, Very Expensive – GBA President

Mr Amoako Agyei, the President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), in the Eastern Region of Ghana has on Friday, 24th August, 2018 revealed to the natives of Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area and the entire gathering that Litigation is very, very Expensive. That notwithstanding, their services could not be compromised …

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Every Court Is Significant, Must Have Beautiful Infrastructure – Minister

Hon. Atta Akyea, Member of Parliament, MP, for Abuakwa south constituency and doubles as Works and housing Minister said every court is important and must have beautiful infrastructure to produce conducive atmosphere for ensuring good judgment. Addressing a gathering on Friday 24th August, 2018, at Kyebi during ceremony to dedicate …

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A Court Must Reflect The Authority and Dignity of the Judiciary – Supreme Court Judge

A Supreme Court Judge, His Lordship Justice Julius Ansah has reiterated the visions of the Chief Justice, Her Ladyship Justice Sophia Akuffo, that a court must be branded to befit the authority the Judiciary in the Country. Speaking at the gathering of Chiefs, Traditional leaders, civil servants, Ministers, opinion leaders …

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1 Cow One Suburb, 500 Women Get Free NHI Registration At Akyem Abuakwah

As part of the 75th Anniversary   Commemoration, each suburb gets a cow, bags of rice, gallons of oil, and 500 women and infants who are termed as vulnerable benefit from free Health Insurance Registration. These are all initiatives of the Okyenhemaa, Nana Dokua Adutwumwaa to help bridge the gap between …

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Lawyer Fights For June 3 Victims

Human Rights Lawyer, Mary Ohenewaa Afful, has called on management of Goil and the government of Ghana to compensate victims of the June 3 flood/fire disaster at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle (Goil Filling Station) in 2015, claiming almost 300 lives and leaving scores of people seriously injured. At a press …

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Banning Plastics ‘Naive, Unreasonable, Radical’ – Professor

Molecular and Cellular Toxicologist, Professor Augustine Arukwe, has advocated the effective management of plastics rather than banning them outrightly. Some environmentalists believe Ghana must go the Rwandan way by banning all plastics if the government is serious about making Accra the cleanest in Africa, but the Norway-based professor disagrees. Speaking …

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Twenty Communities In The Western Region To Connect To The National Grid – Prestea MP

Twenty communities in the Prestea Huni-Valley Constituency of the Western Region are to be connected to the national electricity grid this year, Prestea MP, Lawyer Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has said. Lawyer Barbara Gyasi made the above utterance during her familiarisation tour to some communities to identify problems confronting the people as …

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Fanteakwa South District, The Unanswered Questions

The Fanteakwa South District is a newly created district in the Eastern Region borne out of the ‘mother’ Fanteakwa district. The newly created district which by now should be in full operation is battling with misunderstanding between Assembly Members as to who to be the District Chief Executive, DCE. The …

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Return Our Cars Now – EC Orders Dismissed Amadu Sulley

The Electoral Commission (EC) has asked Amadu Sulley, a dismissed deputy chair of the Commission to return two EC official vehicles currently in his possession. Mr. Sulley, whose appointment was terminated by President Akufo-Addo together with his then boss, Charlotte Osei and another deputy, Georgina Opoku Amankwah, has refused to …

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TTH Chaos: NPP Executives In Tamale Have Refused To Cooperate With Us – Police

Northern Regional Police spokesman, DSP Mohammed Yussif Tanko says executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern Region have refused to cooperate with the Police towards identifying the individuals who attacked the Chief Executive Officer of the Tamale Teaching Hospital, Dr David Zawumya Kolbila. According to him, cooperation from …

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