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Court throws out case to delete 60 names from voters’ register

September 1, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

A Magistrate Court at Agotime Kpetoe in the Volta region has thrown out the case calling for 60 voters to be removed from the Akpokope L.A Primary A and B voters’ register by agents of the New Patriotic Party. The presiding Judge cited lack of knowledge of the electoral laws, electoral area, false declarations, inability […]

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Father bonks daughter; victim 3 months pregnant

August 26, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Father of five, Abubakari Bediako has been convicted on his own plea by an Accra Circuit Court at his first appearance after pleading guilty of having sexual intercourse with his 16-year-old daughter. The convict who is a driver has his sentencing to Nsawam Prison deferred to September 8, 2016 by the court presided over by […]

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Court fines 14 voters GHC5,544 for registering more than once

August 11, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Fourteen people who registered more than once in Takoradi to vote in the December 7 general elections have been fined a total of GHC5, 544. Each of the 14, who were found guilty of the electoral offence by the Takoradi Magistrate Court on Wednesday, is required to pay GHC396 or in default, serve three months […]

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Suspected killer of JB Danquah appears in court with two Bibles

August 6, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The 19-year-old man standing trial for the murder of late Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North in a remorseful state appeared in court with copies of two bibles in hand. Daniel Asiedu in almost all his utterances at an Accra District Court on Friday mentioned the name of God in a hope to convince the […]

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Driver manhandles Police Officer

August 2, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

A 25-year-old taxi driver, Ibrahim Suley, has been arrested by the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Eastern regional Police Command for assaulting a Community Police Assistant with the MTTD whiles on duty. The driver was put before Court on Monday and fined. The Prosecutor Alex Nanfam told the court that, on July […]

Politics

PPP lauds Supreme Court for Montie judgement

July 29, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has lauded the Supreme Court for its sentencing of two radio panellists and a presenter to four months in jail each. The party says the sentencing could be an antidote to the politics of intimidation, violence and abusive words. The Court on Wednesday, July 27 pronounced judgement on Alistair Tairo […]

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NDC, Montie FM owners pay Supreme Court fines

July 29, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Network Broadcasting Limited and Zeze Media Operators of Montie FM on Thursday paid their fines as ordered by the Supreme Court. The fines amounted to a total of GHC 90,000. The Supreme Court on Wednesday sentenced Salifu Maase aka Mugabe, a presenter at the NDC affiliated radio station and […]

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NDC supporters curse Mahama, others over Montie gang

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Some sympathizers of the ruling National Democratic (NDC) on Wednesday rained curses on President John Mahama and other leading members of the party for not intervening in the Montie FM saga. The visibly angry supporters vowed to vote out the party if officials do not engineer the release of the Montie trio, who were jailed […]

Politics

NDC members embark on ‘Free Mugabe and co’ march

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Supporters of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) intend marching to the party’s headquarters in Accra in protest to the four months’ jail term handed down to radio host Salifu Maase, aka, ‘Mugabe’ and two radio panellists: Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, by the Supreme Court for contempt. The supporters say they want the […]

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Montie trio deserve harsher punishment – Okudzeto

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

A former President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), Mr Sam Okudzeto thinks that the Supreme Court should have given a tougher punishment to the Montie FM contemnors than the four months jail sentence for the trio and fines for the owners of the radio station and frequency. “…I would have given them much longer […]

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