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Human parts seller arrested in the Volta Region

A Togolese fetish priest, Emmanuel Opoku, has allegedly blown the cover of one, Eklu Havor from new Dodi for attempting to sell fresh human parts to him for rituals. Opoku, 36, who hails from Anehor in Togo but plies his fetish trade at Dededo in the Ho West district of the Volta region on Tuesday reported the Kente weaver, Eklu …

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I was sold into slavery by fellow Ghanaian in Libya – Migrant

One of the Libyan migrants who arrived home Wednesday night has told Starr News that he was sold by a fellow Ghanaian in the Northern African country. About one hundred and twenty-seven (127) Ghanaian migrants returned from Libya with one in a critical condition. The migrants were brought in by two flights, Air Libya and Afrikia Airways after they were …

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Blame yourselves, not Libya for slave situation – Ayariga tells African gov’ts

Bawku Central Member of Parliament (MP), Mahama Ayariga has asked African leaders to blame themselves for the “desperation” that drives some youth to journey by sea to Europe in search of greener pasture. He said the youth will not have embarked on the “perilous” journey if economic conditions on the continent were favourable. Interacting with journalists on the sidelines of …

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You will ‘vomit’ our money – Kweku Baako tells Woyome

The editor in chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Kweku Baako Jnr. has stated that Woyome’s face hiding with the African court in Tanzania is a fruitless effort. According to Kweku Baako, Woyome is set to face another defeat as he will definitely bound to lose the case. “It has no long-term effect, it won’t get anywhere, he will …

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Togo protest frontline extended to Ghana

A video clip showing a teacher at an Ashaiman Makaranta or Islamic school reciting hate remarks against the Togolese President is making the rounds in some circles both in Ghana and Togo. The video clip and the recent demonstration against the Togolese government in Ghana leading to the arrest and arraigning of the suspect is ample indication of how some …

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Rioting Katanga, Unity students will be punished – KNUST

Students of the University Hall and Unity Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) who are found culpable in acts of vandalism at the recent LUV FM Old Schools Reunion will face disciplinary action, management of the university has said. “We however, wish to assure the general public that thorough investigations have begun and any student …

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7 controversies involving Nana Addo

In his 11 months as president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo appears to have had his fair share of challenges. The present government has succeeded in implementing some policies, some of which have been shrouded in controversies. Then there are times certain actions or have also courted debates among sections of the Ghanaian public. YEN.com.gh brings you seven …

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Ghana Welcomes Five New Airlines

About five new airlines are undergoing various stages of processing to commence operations in Ghana. The development is expected to bring significant improvements to Ghana’s aviation industry. Director General of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority, Samuel Allotey said the arrival of the new airlines will bring competition and more options to travellers. Mr Allotey said, “So things will get better.There …

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76 suspected land guards, armed robbers remanded

Out of 127 suspected armed robbers and land guards arrested during anti-armed robbery operations in the Kasoa Police Division and its environs, 76 have been remanded by court. Twelve out of the remanded suspects have been transferred to Weija Division while the rest are in Accra. Among them are seven people suspected to be land guards who allegedly killed a …

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I don’t know anything about education – NAPO reveals

Minister of Education Matthew Opoku Prempeh has revealed that he doesn’t know anything about education apart from his love for books. He said he didn’t know anything regarding the Ministry of Education prior to his appointment as Minister and so he started asking basic questions. The minister made this revelation on Ghone’s State of Affairs with Nana Aba Anamoah, where …

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