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Court frees Achimota student convicted for killing mate

An Accra High Court has quashed the three-year jail sentence handed to the 17-year-old Achimota Senior High School student who shot and killed his mate. According to the court, presided over Justice Kofi Dogu, the trial judge at the juvenile court erred in demanding a social enquiry report only after sentencing the accused, although it is required by law to ...

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We haven’t lost control of Ghana’s security – Dery

Ambrose Dery

The Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery, has indicated that the state has not lost control of the country’s security situation, following the recent killing of a police officer at the Kwabenya District Police Headquarters and other incidents. A gang of suspected armed robbers on Sunday dawn attacked the Kwabenya District Police Headquarters, which accommodates the Kwabenya Police Station, killing an officer ...

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Bunkprugu MP condemns killing of 4 at Najong number 1

The Member of Parliament for Bunkprugu Constituency in the Northern Region, Solomon Boar, has condemned the killing of four persons at Najong number 1 over the weekend. Whilst consoling families of the dead, he has also asked the police to fast-track their investigations and bring the perpetrators to book. Solomon Boar in a Citi News interview described the killing as ...

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Chinese remanded for shooting Ghanaian to death

A Takoradi District court has remanded into police custody, the Chinese national who shot and killed Nana Boah, a 30-year old Ghanaian lotto operator, at Wassa Akropong in the Western Region. Police Inspector Bernard Paa Ahinsan, who represented the state, prayed the court, presided over by His Worship, Thomas K. Ofidie, to remand the accused into police custody, to allow them ...

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Metro Mass wants GH¢ 58m gov’t bailout

The Metro Mass Transit Company has appealed to government to write-off its debts which have accrued as a result of the deferment of import duties on buses brought into the country. Managing Director of MMT, John Awuku Dzuazah, warned that any attempt to get the company honour its tax obligations to the state could see it go down. “We will ...

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