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3 Tonaton Fraudsters Busted At Tesano

Three suspected fraudsters who often allegedly use an advertising website, known as tonaton.com, to defraud unsuspecting victims in various sums of money have been apprehended by the Tesano police in Accra. The suspects are Stephen Asamoah aka Joe aka Ken, a driver; Daniel Quartey aka Nii Kwartei and Solomon Agyiri. The trio, according to police reports, had advertised their telephone …

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Nkrumah stowed away and won independence for Ghana – Solomon Nkansah

The National Communications Director of the ruling National Democratic Congress, Solomon Yaw Nkansah has said he stands by his statement that the Mahama led administration will create an enabling environment to allow the youth stowaway when they vote massively for the NDC. According to him, he sees nothing wrong with stowaway, as Ghana’s first President Dr Kwame Nkrumah once practiced …

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Upgrading of Ghana’s economy encouraging – Mahama

President John Mahama says the upgrading of Ghana’s economy by Moody’s shows that the managers of the economy are doing the right thing. According to him, “Ghana is rising, Ghana is doing well”. President Mahama was speaking at the VIP Lounge at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra on Wednesday night on his return from his engagements at the United …

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Government donates $175,000.00 security Bus to Project Efiase

By Emmanuel Agyemfra Boateng/Obuasitoday.com President John Dramani Mahama has honoured a promise made to the Ghana Prisons Service Council last year during the launch of Project Efiase to donate a fully installed security bus with surveillance cameras that will enhance the transportation of inmates to designated locations for official duties. The 175,000.00 64 seater Scania Marcopolo Security Bus was presented …

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Filing of nomination forms to close today

Presidential and Parliamentary aspirants have up to the close of today, Friday September 30, to submit their to the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana. The EC on September 13 opened nominations for all registered political parties and independent aspirants to pick nomination forms ahead of the December 7 polls. Today marks the deadline and they have up to 5pm to …

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Ford gift: CHRAJ verdict ‘problematic’ – Emile Short

The decision by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to clear President John Mahama in the Ford Expedition gift controversy is “problematic,” former CHRAJ Commissioner Justice Emile Short has said. CHRAJ has said not only did its investigation into allegations of bribery, fraud and conflict of interest brought against Mr Mahama in connection with the SUV gift …

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GRA urged to develop comprehensive warehousing manual

Madam Cecilia Kobblah, the Chief Revenue Officer, Systems and Warehousing, Ghana Revenue Authority, Customs Division, has called for the development of a comprehensive warehousing manual to guide operators. She said the Authority should employ a robust risk management tool in assessing performance of warehousing operators. Madam Kobblah made the recommendation during a presentation on “Warehousing Operation” at a day’s tax …

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Reinhard Bonnke crusade to attract 1000 security officers

One thousand security personnel would be deployed to maintain law and order at the Christ For All Nations (CFAN) crusade, to be hosted in the Sunyani in the Brong-Ahafo regional capital. The crusade is expected to be attended by 400,000 people. The security officers would be selected from the Ghana Armed Forces, Ghana Police Service, Ghana National Fire Service and …

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Ho Rotract donates to primary school

The community Rotaract Club of Ho has donated academic materials to the Adaklu Dzakpo D/A Primary School. Items donated include exercise books, pens, pencils and rulers. Taking turns to advice the children, the Rotaractors advised the pupils to resolve to work hard towards a bright future. President of the Ho community Rotaract Club, Simon Fafali Awumey, said the club, which …

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Mahama lacks understanding of transformational agenda – Bawumia

Vice presidential candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has asserted that President John Dramani Mahama lacks understanding of the so-called “Transformational Agenda” he claims to be pursuing. He explained that President Mahama’s continuous exposition of transformational agenda does not reflect the situation on the ground. Addressing the party Supporters gathered (Mini Rally) at Ajumanko Lorry Station …

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