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NDC, Montie FM owners pay Supreme Court fines

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 two panelists Alistair Nelson and …

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Montie FM Trio Taken To Nsawam Prison

The two panelists, and the host of the ‘Pampaso’ show on Accra-based Montie FM, who were convicted  of contempt and jailed  by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, have been taken to the country’s major prison facility at Nsawam. Alistair Nelson, Godwin Ako Gunn and Salifu Maase, alias Mugabe, were sentenced to serve four months in jail on Wednesday, after being found guilty of contempt …

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Candle light vigil held for jailed Montie 3 [Photos]

Some die-hard supporters of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC), believed to be ardent followers of the ‘Pampamso’ political show on Accra-based Montie FM, hosted by Maase Salifu, alias Mugabe, have held a candle light vigil in honour of Mugabe, and the two panelists of the station, who are languishing in jail at Nsawam, after they were found guilty of …

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The James Town Police in Accra have arrested two women for allegedly stealing a one-month-old baby boy from its mother in the area. The suspects are Joyce Asheley, 30 years-old and Lamley Mills, 34. They are said to have on July 8, 2016 taken the baby from the side of its mother while she was fast asleep. The baby was …

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‘Worthless’ IEA’s Platforms ‘Bogus’ – APC

The All People’s Party (APC) has described the Institute of Economic Affairs’ platforms for presidential and vice-presidential candidates to market themselves and their ideas ahead of the December polls, as “worthless, irrelevant and bogus”, thus, not worth the time and day of flagbearer Hassan Ayariga. In a statement signed by APC General Secretary Razak Kojo Opoku, the party said the …

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Ghana safer with Montie 3 behind bars – Security Analyst

A Security Analyst, Adib Saani has said that Ghana’s security will improve with the incarceration of the Montie trio. Reacting to the court ruling that saw the Supreme Court hand a four-month prison sentence to the Host of the ‘Pampaso’ political show on Accra-based Montie FM, Salifu Maase, alias Mugabe, and the two panelists, Alistair Nelson, and Godwin Ako Gunn, …

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Graduate who sold his books in trotro to launch second book

Come July 30, 2016, 26-year old graduate who sold his books in commercial vehicles (trotro) will launch his second book ‘Dare to Believe’ at Legon in Accra. ‘Dare to Believe’ authored by Jacob Paul Aheto – or JP as many call him – contains behind the scene stories of how ordinary men and women stretched themselves to greatness despite the …

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Girl, 16, rescued from early marriage

A sixteen-year-old school girl has been rescued from potential forced marriage in Kumasi. The student, who would be referred to as Zahra for the purpose of protecting her identity, was saved when the Department of Children got wind of his marriage and moved in to stop it. Speaking to Joynews, Zahra who is in her first year in Senior High …

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Montie 3 case: Shocked NDC condemns ‘harsh’ 4-month sentence

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described the four-month jail term served on a pro-NDC station journalist Salifu Maase aka ‘Mugabe’ as “harsh and shocking.” The party has also condemned the sentence, saying it will have a serious dent on Ghana’s press freedom rankings. Salifu Maase popularly known as ‘Mugabe’ of Montie FM was slapped with a four-month jail …

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Ato Ahwoi orders shut down of Radio Gold, Montie FM in protest of contempt ruling

Credible information reaching Kasapafmonline.com indicates that a Director of Network Broadcasting Limited, Radio Gold and Montie FM, Mr Ato Ahwoi has ordered the shut down of the two stations hours after the Supreme Court ruling on the contempt case involving the company. Both frequencies, 90.5MHz and 100.1MHz have gone off air for nearly four hours now. Highly placed sources very …

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