Local Politics

MP James Gyakye Quayson’s Perjury Case Adjourned; First Prosecution Witness to Be Cross-Examined

On Monday, July 31, this year, James Gyakye Quayson, the Member of Parliament for the Assin-North constituency, may cross-examine the first prosecution witness in his perjury case if his legal team fails to appear in court. This decision was announced by Justice Mary Maame Ekue Yanzuh, the presiding judge, during today’s ruling on Friday, July […]

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Crime Education

Adisadel College – Student Granted Bail by Court

The student who was at the center of an alleged assault case at Adisadel College, which garnered widespread attention after a video was circulated on social media, has been granted bail by the Cape Coast District Court 2. Presiding over the case was Judge Eric Oheneba Antwi Boasiako, who adjourned the proceedings to August 2, […]

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General News Local

Farmer sues Bagbin, Attorney General over anti-LGBQ+ bill

Paul Boama Sefa, a private citizen based in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, has filed a lawsuit against the Speaker of Parliament and the Attorney General in the High Court. Sefa claims that the two officials have violated certain provisions of the Ghanaian constitution with regards to the Human Rights and Family Values Bill, 2021. […]

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Crime General News

Ashaiman Soldier Killing: One Suspect granted Bail of GH¢150,000 on Health Grounds

One of the suspects arrested in connection with the killing of 21-year-old soldier Private Imoro Sherrif in Zongo Laka in the Greater Accra Region, Ibrahim Abdul Rakib, has been granted bail by the Ashaiman Circuit Court. Rakib, who was charged with dishonestly receiving, was granted a GH¢150,000.00 bail with three sureties, two of which must […]

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General News Local Sports

Former Sports Minister jailed 7 days for contempt over land

A former Minister of Youth and Sports, Dr Mustapha Ahmed, has been sentenced to seven days imprisonment by the Accra High Court (Financial and Economic Crime Division 2), for contempt of court. On June 12, 2019, the court in a judge­ment, granted perpetual injunction restrain­ing the former minister, then the defendant, from trespassing on land, but […]

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