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Report 'lawless' city guards to police
The Municipal Chief Executive of the La Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly, Jennifer Dede Afagbedzi, has urged pedestrians who were lashed for not using the footbridge at the Madina Zongo junction by city guards to report the matter to the police. Last Wednesday, GHOne TV reported from the La-Nkwantanang Municipal assembly where guards subjected pedestrians at Madina to corporal punishment for failing to use the newly constructed footbridge. In a video report, the Municipal guards were seen caning pedestrians and forcing some to kneel in the sand and wave in the full glare of the public.
17-year-old charged with murder of Ghanaian in the US
Torian Wilson, of St. Louis was also was charged with armed criminal action in the killing of Elijah Newman, 45, of St. Peters on Thursday. Newman was found dead in a car shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday in the 1200 block of Peggy Court, east of Riverview Boulevard in the Baden neighborhood. Newman, a father of five, was always dreaming up plans for a better future, said a longtime friend, Elizabeth Hylton of St. Peters.
Kwahu Obo Traditional Council summons Krontihene over assault of Chief
The Kwahu Obo Traditional Council in the Eastern Region has summoned the Krontihene of Kwahu Pitiko Nana Adu Parko I over assault of the Chief of Pitiko Nana Frimpong Akoamire II by armed thugs. The Obo traditional council will on Monday, April 19, perform rituals to purify the Pitiko stool and the assaulted Chief. The attack has heightened tension at Kwahu Pitiko traditional area as supporters of the Chief are on the alert to clash with any group that invades the community.
Court to hear Poloo's application for bail pending appeal Wednesday
Lawyers of convicted actress Rosemond Alade Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo have filed an application for bail pending appeal. The Criminal Division of the Accra High Court is expected to hear the bail application on Wednesday. The court said, issues of posting nude pictures on social media is becoming rampant and institutions like the Court must take interest in cracking the whip.
V/R: Parents preventing kids from taking Malaria vaccine over COVID fears
Parents in the Ketu North District of the Volta region are preventing their children from taking Malaria vaccine shots over COVID-19 fears. Mr. Kankpetinge noted that though the routine malaria vaccine implementation program has been relatively smooth, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has brought some level of hesitance among some parents who are now unwilling to allow their children to take all four doses of the RTS, S/AS01. In 2016, the World Health Organization recommended the pilot implementation of the vaccine to further evaluate its public health use as a complementary malaria control tool that could be added to the core package of existing preventive, diagnostic, and treatment measures it had earlier recommended.
Kasapa FM's Apostle Agyenim Boateng donates items worth GHC70,000 to 700 widows
Renowned radio evangelist Apostle Kingsley Agyenim Boateng of Accra based Kasapa FM has donated items worth GHC70,000 to 700 needy widows who are unable to fend for themselves. Apostle Kingsley Agyenim Boateng recently made a similar donation to the Leprosarium at Weija headed by Rev Father Campbell. Apostle Kingsley Agyenim Boateng is the host of award-winning mid morning program 'Anidaso' show on Accra based Kasapa 102.5 FM and also heads the Peniel Praises Ministries International Church.
Video: Fire consumes Mampong Technical administration block
The administrative block of the Mampong Technical Institute in the Ashanti region has been gutted by fire, starrfm.com. Fire Service personnel have been able to stop the fire after eight offices including the accountant's office were completely burnt. According to a staff at the school an eyewitness, the fire started from the top floor where the conference room is located and was raging on to the ground floor before the intervention of the fire service.
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'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops Box Office again
The film has made $19 million in the U.S. and $34 million globally in four weeks. The thriller has generated $9.5 million to date. The family-friendly movie, which has been offered on Disney Plus for a premium $30 charge, has amassed $37 million in North America since it first hit theatres.
NDC engaged in post-Mahama jostling
Pollster Ben EPhson has warned the NDC against internal jostling to replace its 2020 presidential candidate John Mahama. Mr Mahama is highly expected to lead the party into the 2024 polls but some high-ranking members of the party are reported to be jostling over who succeeds him. While the party leadership met in the Volta region to review their performances and the way forward, another set of members met in Tema to speak on challenges facing the party.
Tottenham SACK Jose Mourinho
Tottenham have sacked Jose Mourinho with the club on course to miss out on Champions League football this season. The bombshell axing comes less than a week before Tottenham are set to take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley. Tottenham are languishing in seventh place in the Premier League standings, five points adrift of fourth, and Daniel Levy has now pulled the trigger.
C/R: Man, 50, shot dead with body parts missing
A man believed to be in his late 50s has been shot dead and dumped at a construction site at the Gomoa Ojobi Estate in the Gomoa East District in the Central region. Preliminary investigation by the Assemblyman indicates the man was allegedly shot in his jaw, with some body parts missing. According to the reports gathered, the deceased may have been intentionally shot dead by the land guards in the area.
Vaccination: Don't panic if your second shot doesn't come on time
COVID-19 vaccines: Don't panic you will get a second shot ASAP. Government says it is working assiduously to procure the next badge of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines to vaccinate the section of Ghanaians whose second jab is due. Speaking at a press conference in Accra on Sunday, Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye explained that the delay in the procurement of additional COVID-19 vaccines is occasioned by the global scramble for vaccines and the unavailability of same. A total of 755,686 people have received their first jabs of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines with the Greater Accra Region having the highest number of persons.
UEFA in turmoil as "Big Clubs" announce Super League
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are among 12 clubs who have agreed to join a new European Super League. In a seismic move for European football, the Premier League clubs will join AC Milan, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus and Real Madrid. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Uefa and the Premier League condemned the move to launch a European Super League when news of it broke on Sunday.
GIPC to ensure $2.7 billion investments yields full benefits
Government has assured that the $2.7 billion in investment inflows reported by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre for the year 2020 will be put to prudent use for the benefit of Ghanaians. Speaking at a press conference in Accra on Sunday April 18, 2020, Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said government will continue to assiduously pursue worthwhile investments to help bolster the Ghanaian economy towards recovery by putting the inflows in to good use in order to shore up the economy and better the lives of Ghanaians generally. From January to December 2020, Ghana recorded 279 projects with total estimated investment of US$2,796.
Stakeholders to clamp down on unethical broadcast content
Stakeholders in the broadcasting sector have agreed to work in close ties to clamp down unethical broadcast content and regulate media excesses in the country. The forum which sought to galvanize solutions and take inputs from relevant stakeholders in the drafting of a comprehensive broadcasting bill in a manner consistent with the 1992 constitution was attended by representatives from the Ministry of Communication and Digitalization, Ministry of Local Government, Decentralization and Rural Development, the Ministry of Justice and Attorney-General's Department, the National Media Commission, the National Communication Authority, the National Security Secretariat, the Bank of Ghana, the Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association, the Ghana Journalists Association, the Media Foundation for West Africa, the Communication Select Committee of Parliament among host of stakeholders. According to the communique, stakeholders have agreed to work in close collaboration to tackle unethical media content.
NDC charges branch executives to begin weekly reorganization meetings
The leadership of the National Democratic Congress has directed its constituency and branch executives to begin weekly meetings to mobilise existing and new members of the party. Party Executives at the Branch and Constituency levels are directed to urgently begin holding regular weekly meetings and activate steps for mobilizing existing and new members. The leadership of the party urges all members and sympathizers of the party to actively participate in the reorganization program that will soon be rolled out by the party as we continue our quest to rescue Ghana from the clutches of the inept, deceitful and corrupt NPP/Akufo-Addo government and restore her back to path of development, inclusion and progress.
Fake Soldier jailed 15 years for defrauding Chief over enlistment
A Circuit Court in Bekwai in the Ashanti Region presided by His Honour Mark Diboro has jailed a 35-year-old driver, Yaw Gyamfi, to 15 years imprisonment for impersonating as a military officer to defraud two persons a total of Ghc16,300 under false pretense of enlisting them into the Ghana Armed forces. Four months ago, the convict visited his girl lover at Krofrom -Jacobu wearing a military T-Shirt claiming that he was from a Military base at Sunyani. The convict again took Ghc15,000 from a chief -Nana Kwarteng Ababio II under the pretense of enlisting his four children into the Ghana Army.
C/R: Man impregnates 17yr old disabled daughter at Jeikrodua
A 48-year-old lotto agent, Kofi Agbavitor, has been arrested for impregnating his 17-year-old disabled daughter at Jeikrodua near Kasoa. The victim disclosed her ordeal to a resident in the neighbourhood who also reported the matter to the police. Reports say the suspect initially impregnanted his first daughter and aborted the pregnancy for her.