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Monthly Archives: July 2019

Fidelity Bank offers ‘unique customer experience on mobile app’

Fidelity Bank is offering a unique customer experience on its mobile banking app. The financial giant is bringing banking to the doorsteps of its customers with the mobile app. Speaking to Daniel Dadzie on the Super Morning Show Wednesday, Director of Transaction and Electronic Banking at Fidelity Bank, Gladys Thompson noted that customers can pay utility bills and do cash …

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Bawumia leads government trade, investment delegation to Canada

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is leading a government delegation on a trade and investment mission in Canada. The mission in Vancouver on Saturday is organised by the Ghana High Commission in collaboration with the Canada Africa Strategic Investment Group Inc. Dr Bawumia will also deliver a lecture at the Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, and interact with the Ghanaian …

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Deputy BOST boss caught with dubious passport

The Deputy Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST), has altered his age, cutting it down by three years, just to remain in public office, The Herald, has discovered. This paper, followed up his driver’s license presented to the La Motor Court, after he was charged with driving at the wrong side of the road, misuse of …

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Gov’t makes GHC258,000 from Citi TV’s War Against Indiscipline campaign

Citi TV‘s collaboration with the Ghana Police Service to clamp down on errant drivers through its War Against Indiscipline (WAI) campaign has accrued to the state over GH¢258,000. The amount was realized from 499 drivers who were arrested for breaching traffic regulations on various roads in Accra. A police statement said, “The exercise which started on 17th June 2019, has …

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Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah attacked in traffic

Coach Kwesi Appiah escaped physical assault from an angry Ghanaian young man in the capital Accra today while driving in traffic. Thanks to his fully rolled and locked glass windows, Kwesi Appiah could only suffer verbal abuse at the hands of the young man, whose identity is yet to be established. Eye witnesses told Ghanacrusader.com that the incident, which occurred …

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Rawlings’ outrider battles for life

The wounded Police Outrider, Sergeant Atsu Sekeh, who was ambushed by unknown gunmen over the weekend, has been transferred from the Tema General Hospital to the Ridge Hospital in Accra. The Director-General of the Police Public Relations Directorate, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr David Eklu, disclosed this to The Chronicle yesterday. According to ACP Mr Eklu, the rider, on …

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I was brain behind numerous criminal activities in Ghana, Togo and Benin – Frazer Aryee

65-year-old Mr. Frazer Aryee, has told crimecheckghana that he masterminded many criminal activities, including kidnapping and murder in the mid-80s. Frazer who served 20 years on the death row at the Nsawam Medium Security said he thrilled about the kidnapping business after reading some books in Spain, so he decided to return to Ghana to execute his agenda. “When I …

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Don’t impose Muntaka on us – Agitated Asawase youth

Some agitated youth of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Asawase in the Ashanti region, are accusing party executives of attempting to impose the incumbent MP on them. The youth say they are not under any obligation to nominate Minority Chief Whip, Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak, as the race for the party’s primaries heats up. The group calling itself concerned Youth …

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Ayorkor Botchwey sues Larry Dogbe, The Herald for defamation

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey has sued the editor of The Herald newspaper, Larry Dogbe and the publisher of the newspaper, Prime Mark Company Limited, for defamation. It is the case of the Foreign Minister that a story published on the front page of the June 10, 2019 issue of The Herald newspaper …

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Fuel prices to shoot up by 1.5%

The Institute for Energy Security (IES) is forecasting a 1.5% increase in fuel prices in the second pricing-window of July. “Guided by the fundamental indicators of local fuel price changes under de-regulation; rise in price of Gasoline, Gasoil and Brent crude on the international fuel market, the country’s local currency against the U.S. Dollar, the Institute for Energy Security(IES) foresees …

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