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21
Jun
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Ten people lost their lives following last Monday's floods.

According to the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), the 10 were from the Central , Volta and Greater Accra Regions.

“We've lost ten lives across the country. If I say across the country meaning Greater Accra, Volta and Central Region,” Deputy Director-General of NADMO, Abu Ramadan, disclosed on Citi TV's Morning Show, The Point of View.

He said six people died in Accra, three in the Volta Region and one in the Central Region.

Deputy Director-General of NADMO, Abu Ramadan
He noted that the worst affected areas were Teshie and Kisseman, all in Accra.

“Where we had the worst cases were around the Teshie and Kisseman-Dome-Kwabenya areas. The damage was huge,” Abu Ramadan said, adding that a lot of properties were also destroyed by the flood.

Mr. Ramadan also said one woman died in Teshie while two others got drowned in Kisseman during the downpour.

Mon
18
Jun
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CID must probe fake Ghana Card circulation – Muntaka

The Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak, has said he will push for side to petition the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), to trace persons who created and circulated fake Ghana identity cards of some minority members.

This is after some pictures of the Ghana Card were circulated on social media with the details of some Minority members like the Asawase MP.

“I will instruct that we write to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to ask them to take up this because this is completely a fake thing.”

“Such things can create a lot of confusion in the system and I expect them to be able to get down to those who have done this,” Muntaka Mubarak told Citi News.

The MP for Bolgatanga Central Constituency, Isaac Adongo, has also said the Minority might take legal action against persons who circulated the fake Ghana cards.

Fri
20
Apr
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Disappointing Amidu still hounding NDC – Ayine

The Bolgatanga East MP, Dr. Dominic Ayine, believes the Special Prosecutor is still exhibiting bias against elements of the National Democratic Congress.

Speaking on Eyewitness News, Dr. Ayine briefly responded to suggestions from Mr. Amidu that some leading NDC MPs tried to cover up the double salary scandal.

The Special Prosecutor, in an exclusive interview with Citi News, maintained that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) must probe the allegations without any distractions.

“The ordinary man going to jail is a human being like a Ghanaian. I don’t like this whole idea about political elite. Honourables you are supposed to be, and then you are just fleecing the country. Indeed, that is an offence of abuse of office for private gain,” Mr. Amidu stressed.

But Dr Ayine noted that this was the latest of many unsubstantiated allegations Mr Amidu has fired the way of the NDC.

Mon
09
Apr
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Two Kwabenya jail breakers jailed 66 months

An Accra Circuit Court has sentenced two of the jail breakers in the Kwabenya police station attack, Emmanuel Kotey and Kofi Darko, to 66 months imprisonment.

While Kofi Darko, who was arrested three months ago was given an imprisonment term of 32 months, Emmanuel Kotey, who was arrested twenty days ago, was slapped with 34 months.

The two convicts were part of a group of persons who fled from police custody in Kwabenya.
They were sentenced based on their guilty plea to the charges leveled against him.

The rest of the accused persons numbering nine, who are alleged to have masterminded and carried out of the attack are still on trial.

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