Shatta Wale must challenge his bail rejection at High Court
Human Rights Lawyer Francis Sosu has proposed to the counsel for Shatta Wale and three accomplices to challenge their rejected bail application in the High court. Speaking to Starr News Friday, Francis Sosu accused the police of conniving with the courts to use bail denial as a punishment for suspects. Shatta Wale reported himself to the Police on Tuesday evening after his house was surrounded by dozens of officers following claims that he was shot by unknown gunmen.
Alexandre de Damas Highlights 3 Vital Considerations for Making a Killer First Impression
Alexandre de Damas, one of the most successful entrepreneurs of the 21st century, says that his secret to maintaining lasting relationships with clients is creating an unforgettable first impression. People with genuine smiles make a great first impression. His message for people trying to climb up the success ladder is to keep an open mind, accept and appreciate those around you, and always create a stellar first impression.
A Dream Without Action Will Always Remain a Dream
On the other end of that spectrum, you have the lucky few who have managed to turn their passion into a profession and are living the dream. As someone whose father walked out on him when he was six, Edouard Prunier was no stranger to adversity from an early age. Edouard Prunier believes that it's never too late to make your passion your profession.
Retract your 'jest' comment to Aflao Chief
Some Members of Parliament from the Volta Region have demanded an apology from President Akufo-Addo for calling the bluff of the Aflao chief over an uncompleted School building in his area. President Akufo-Addo has challenged the ultimatum, asking the chief to continue the projects if he feels frustrated. Ketu South MP Dzifa Abla Gomashie in a Facebook post described President Akufo-Addo's comments as unwarranted.
499 LLB students sue Ghana Law School Director, AG over entrance exams
The 499 LLB students who were deemed to have failed their entrance examination have sued the Director of the Ghana School of Law. The students through their lawyers led by Martin Kpebu filed the application asking for the decision to be quashed in a Certiorari application.
We have to spend 50% more to complete E-Block projects
The raging debate on the abandonment of the E-Blocks appears not to be dousing anytime soon, as the ranking Member on Parliament's Education Committee, Peter Nortsu-Kotoe has described as unfair and waste of public resources, the government's inability to complete the several E-block facilities started by the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama administration. The Akatsi North MP who led the NDC side on the Education Committee to a tour of the facilities which are said to have been abandoned in some schools across the country, expressed discontent at the snail pace at which work was being done while adding that the current costs of cement and other building materials meant that the cost of the projects which were awarded in 2015 have shot up to some 50 percent. The soft-spoken law-maker wondered why the Nana Akufo-Addo led government has not been able to complete work on the facility despite the $1.5b dollar GetFund facility approved by Parliament in 2018 towards the completion of the E-Blocks.
UGBS Alumni offer free medical screening at Good Shepherd Orphanage
The Alumni Body of the University of Ghana Business School, UGBS, has donated food items and conducted a free medical screening for the Good Shepherd Orphanage located in Ofankor, Accra as part of their commitment to giving back to society by supporting children in need. The free medical screening include health education, general consultation, blood tests for Hepatitis B, HIV /AIDS, blood sugar haemoglobin, blood pressure check, Body Mass Index assessment, mass deworming, dietary assessment and counseling, and drug & supplement administration. On behalf of the Orphanage, Rev. Nimako Boateng, Head of the Good Shepherd Orphanage expressed gratitude to the alumni team for their kind gesture.
Court to hear Akuapem Poloo's appeal October 25
The Criminal Division of the Accra High Court is expected to hear the motion for appeal filed by Rosemond Alade Brown aka Akuapem Poloo challenging her conviction on October 25, 2021. Akuapem Poloo was on June 16 convicted on her own plea to serve a 90-day jail term by the Circuit Court presided over by Christiana Cann. EIB Network's Court Correspondent Murtala Inusah has gathered that both parties have filed their respective addresses for the consideration of the High Court.
Bolga: Injured Police Officers to be airlifted to Accra for treatement
The Police has announced that preparations are underway to fly injured officers from Thursday's accident in the Upper East region to Accra for treatment. In a statement acting Director General of Public Affairs for the Ghana Police Service , ACP Kwesi Ofori indicated that the police officers were injured in a fatal accident on the Walewale-Bolgatanga road. ACP Kwesi Ofori stated that out of the five officers who were members of the Anti-robbery squad involved in the accident, two of them died on the spot while three are responding to treatment.
Medikal remanded into Prison custody for five days
Rapper Samuel Adu Frimpong popularly known as Medikal has been remanded into prison custody for the next five days. The court presided over by Justice Emmanuel Essandoh, a High Court judge sitting with additional responsibility as a circuit court judge remanded the accused person into prison custody for five days. EIB Network's Court Correspondent Murtala Inusah reports his wife Fella Makafui and his mother were in tears throughout the court sitting.
10% of Nat'l Cathedral funds can expand School of Law
A Private Legal Practitioner Chris Akummey has said just 10 percent of the funds being invested into the building of the National Cathedral can be used in expanding the Ghana School of Law. The National Association of Law Students on Wednesday hit the streets of Accra to protest the Ghana School of Law entrance exam failures. The Law School in their defence to the huge failures of students seeking to enter the Professional Ghana Law School said students have to pass 50% of both sessions for the paper they wrote, that's section A 50% and section B 50%. However, the aggrieved students who felt they were unfairly disallowed admission hit the streets in a demonstration and subsequently petitioned the Chief Justice and the President for them to intervene.
E/R: Retired Police officer found dead on his farm
A 64-year-old retired Police officer has been found dead on his farm in Asitey mountains in Lower Manya Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region. Police officers were quickly dispatched to the farm and found the motionless body of ASP Peter Kwadjo Tawiah lying in a supine position with a cutlass in his right hand. The Public Relations Officer of the Eastern Regional Police Command, DSP Ebenezer Tetteh, told Starr News, preliminary examination of the body did not detect any marks of assault.
Social platform for entrepreneurs to promote businesses AskNano launched
In this era where technology runs the lives of people, a group of young creatives led by Nour Nader have created a business listing app dubbed 'AskNano'. A. Owusu-Addo known as Tracy Sarkcess, founder and Executive Lead project for Brave, on Thursday, October 21 met with the executives at Ledzekuku Municipal Assembly, to introduce the App and its impact on the municipality. Speaking at the meeting, Nour Nader, the app developer of AskNano said, the App, is a one-stop solution platform with which users all over Ghana can promote their businesses and services by posting it on their wall and uploading stories that would speak about their services and Products.
ACP Agordzo sues IGP, AG over his interdiction
In court on Friday, October 22, when the matter was called, the respondents in the case the IGP and the AG were absent. The court presided over by Justice Olivia Obeng Owusu, adjourned the case to November 22 while ordering the applicant to ensure the respondents are served with hearing notice. That after five months of interdiction, I sought legal advice and was advised by counsel that 5-month old interdiction was unlawful because the 1st respondent was under obligation to revoke the interdiction after three months if disciplinary proceedings were not instituted against me.
Alec Baldwin fatally shoots woman on movie set
A woman has died and a man has been injured after actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a New Mexico film set. Incidents such as Thursday's fatal shooting on the Rust film set are extremely rare, but not unheard of. In 1993, Brandon Lee - the 28-year-old son of the late martial-arts star Bruce Lee - died on set after being accidentally shot with a prop gun while filming a death scene for the film The Crow.
I'm ready to develop women football in Ghana
Forward for women's football in Ghana, is through intentional efforts to seek its development. Believes Ghana has been sluggish in keeping up with the rest of the continent in women's football development. Robert Sackey who was the former national under 20 women female team Coach the black princesses is passionate about developing.
Pupils storm DR Congo parliament over teachers' pay
Hundreds of school children stormed parliament in the Democratic Republic of Congo, demanding higher salaries for their teachers. Teachers have been on strike since 4 October, the beginning of the school year, demanding a pay rise and a lower retirement age among other issues. The government has accused the leaders of religious groups, who administer most primary schools, of being behind the strike.
GFA conditionally approves Baba Yara and Accra Stadium for Ghana League games
The Club Licensing Board of the Ghana Football Association has conditionally approved the Accra Sports stadium and Baba Yara stadium for the upcoming Ghana Premier league matches. This decision follows an earlier rejection of these stadiums by the Dr. Kwame Baah Nuakoh led committee. The committee has made known its decisions on match venues for Ghana Premier League clubs ahead of the new season which commences on Friday, October 29, 2021.
Shatta Wale arrives at Ankaful Prison after being denied bail
Shatta Wale has arrived at the Ankaful Prison in the Central region to begin the one week Prison custody after he was denied bail by an Accra Circuit Court. The court arrived at the decision after he pleaded not guilty to the count of; Publication of false news that caused fear and panic in the public domain. EIB Network's Court Correspondent Murtala Inusah reports that the court presided over by Mr Emmanuel Marvin Essandoh while remanding the accused said the interest of the public is paramount.
Are you getting optimal results from your protein shake? Steel Supplements has advice to get you the most gains
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