Crime & Punishment of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: classfmonline.comPolice will probe Akwamuman SHS 'kidnapping' - Effia TengeyPolice Public Relations Officer of the Greater Accra Region, ASP Effia TengeyASP Effia Tengey, Police Public Relations Officer of the Greater Accra Region, has revealed that investigations will be conducted into the case of a missing student at the Akwamuman Senior High School in the Eastern Region. He then reported the matter to the Kotobabi Police in Accra but after several months, her daughter has still not been found. He said: “Ruth is the only girl among my four children and a student at Akwamuman Senior High School. “I have listened to the story of the missing student. The parent said he had reported the matter to the Kotobabi Police, so we will revisit the case and get to the bottom.
June 22, 2017 14:26 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: citifmonline.comStriking China Harbour Engineering workers clash with Police at TemaPolice personnel dispatched to quell the situationWorkers of the China Harbour Engineering Company Limited on Thursday morning clashed with the police in Tema as they were protesting against the management of the company over poor conditions of service. The workers, numbering about 500, had to run into the community three flats as they were fired with tear gas and rubber bullets by the Tema Police. The workers complained that they are not treated fairly by their employers hence the need to lay down their tools. Early in May, the workers staged a major demonstration where they called on management to abrogate a recruitment contract it had with L’aine Services. Calm has however been restored at the facility, as the workers have been asked to go home temporarily.
June 22, 2017 14:15 UTC
The man of God who prophesied about a month ago has stressed that, the lives of these three politicians were at skake especially the fire brand politician, Kennedy Agyapong. ‘’Some individuals are planning to assassinate Kennedy Agyapong because of the way he exposes rot and corruption. They want to kill him so they can have their way by stealing and corrupt the government. They have planned to kill him, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey and Matthew Opoku Prempeh. He [Kennedy] should be very cautious with his own party members because some of them are planning to kill him,’’ he said.
June 22, 2017 14:03 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: classfmonline.comDeportees were not manhandled – US AmbassadorRobert Porter Jackson is US Ambassador to GhanaUnited States (US) Ambassador Robert Porter Jackson has refuted suggestions that some Ghanaians recently deported from his country were treated harshly. Some human rights activists condemned the US for keeping the deportees in shackles on a flight to Ghana. They also criticised US officials for treating the deportees in an inhumane manner. However, Mr Jackson told the Foreign Affairs Committee of Parliament on Thursday, June 22 that such assertions were false. On the contrary I think we treated them as best as possible given the fact that they refused to leave the United States voluntarily,” he said.
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: classfmonline.com31st DWM name change: Konadu challengedFormer first lady,Nana Konadu Agyeman RawlingsThe Central Regional Organiser of the 31st December Women’s Movement, Aba Edusah, has kicked against the decision to rename the group by its founder, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings. She accused Mrs Rawlings of unilaterally changing the name, a decision that violates the constitution of the organisation. She said: “The 31st December Women’s Movement has a constitution and other laid down rules that we work with. “No one individual can wake up one morning and say she has changed the name, it doesn’t work that way. Since it was not congress that decided on the change of name, we won’t recognise the new name that has been introduced.”
Music of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: Ajayi Oluwapelumi TobiGra Gra Records & Entertainment set to take Ghana entertainment industry by stormEbodili Chijiokwu Simeon, the Chief Executive Officer of Gra Gra Records & EntertainmentAs Ghana entertainment industry gains the attention of Africa and the world at large with the likes of Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Samini, Mzvee, Shatta Wale and the likes, it's imperative that we contribute our quota in aiding budding talents - as well as established talents in reaching the climax of their career. Ebodili Chijiokwu Simeon, the Chief Executive Officer of Gra Gra Records & Entertainment made this statement to selected entertainment writers in Accra while unveiling his plans to invest into the already booming entertainment industry. Ebodili who's popularly known in the entertainment circles as Skolary also made known his plan to sign three established artists to give other record labels a run for their money, as he's set to redefine how high valued artists are to be treated and nurtured into a world class status. He also reaffirms that part of his record label goals is to reduce the rate at which artists with raw talents are neglected. "We also want Ghanaians to know that aside bringing healthy competition on board in artistes’ promotion, we are also delving into events management as to encourage excellent delivery in all spheres of event," he noted.
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: Myjoyonline.comGhanaians do not feel secure - Interior MinisterAmbrose Dery, IGP and Ashanti regional minister at the conferenceThe Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery is asking the police service, in collaboration with the other security agencies to do more to improve security of Ghanaians. He says though available statistics reveals Ghana is safer today than the same period in previous years, Ghanaians still do not feel safe, a situation he describes as regrettable. It is being attended by senior police officers, including all commissioners, deputy commissioners, regional and district commanders, among others. According to Mr. Ambrose Dery, government in an effort to bridge police-civilian ratio will recruit 8,000 new officers, with women recruits being targeted. A planned meeting between officials of the Ministry of Interior and the Inspector General of Police to ensure more women are recruited into the service, has been scheduled.
June 22, 2017 13:18 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: adomonline.comAuctioneer accused of ‘stealing’ state vehicles threatens legal actionThe auctioneer says the publication has affected his personalityWilliam Baah, the man who identified himself as an auctioneer, has threatened to take legal action against government’s Asset Retrieval Taskforce for claiming he has ‘stolen’ over 60 vehicles supposedly belonging to the state. Mr William Baah was reacting to a recent media publication that sought to suggest that he is keeping vehicles suspected to belong to the state. The taskforce in an operation Wednesday found the vehicles parked at a yard belonging to one William Baah, who identified himself as an auctioneer. However, Mr Baah who believes the publication has affected his personality as well as his family has vowed to take legal action against those involved. Listen to Mr Baah
June 22, 2017 13:07 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: classfmonline.comNACOB destroys $2m worth of drugsThis follows a court order for NACOB to burn narcotics seized from drug peddlersThe Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) today, Thursday 22 June, 2017, destroyed narcotic substances estimated at over $2million at Bundase Training Camp at Prampram in the Greater Accra Region. This follows a court order for NACOB to burn narcotics seized from drug peddlers for the past 12 years after those cases were dealt with. According to NACOB, the drugs destroyed include cocaine, cannabis sativa, heroin, methamphetamine among others intercepted at the various entry points into the country. Speaking to Class News' Joshua Kodjo Mensah, the Deputy Executive Secretary of NACOB, Michael Addo, said the drugs were seized between 2004 and 2016. The move is meant to deter other drug traffickers as they will not be allowed to enjoy their proceeds.
June 22, 2017 12:56 UTC
Entertainment of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: 3news.comJohn Dumelo spotted with cowsGhanaian actor John DumeloCelebrated Ghanaian actor John Dumelo may probably be considering his future as an actor and more likely to turn his attention to cattle farming. The actor has been spotted on a farm with cows. Cattle farming is often considered a small business and requires knowledge of bookkeeping, finance and farm assistance programs, study.com analysed, adding that a great deal of cattle farmer’s work is physically demanding. One may wonder if John Dumelo is qualified to start a business in that field. The actor posted a picture on his Instagram page with the caption Agriculture is the first occupation of man…..#proudfarmer #cattle#melofarmer #agribusiness #melofarms
June 22, 2017 12:45 UTC
Entertainment of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: mynewsgh.comAnal sex turns me on – Vicky ZugahActress Vicky ZugahActress Vicky Zugah has said she enjoys Anal Sex describing it as “great”. According to the actress who is leading a crusade against spousal abuse, Anal sex is great and very enjoyable if people who engage in the act communicate very well. I mean anal sex is great". "Find out if your partner likes it or not and then you will enjoy the act. However, not everybody likes anal sex so you need to ask the person before you engage in the act with him or her", she said.
June 22, 2017 12:22 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: 3news.comCJ-led panel shoots down findings of Sole Commissioner on Woyome, et al. Alfred Agbesi WoyomeA seven Member Supreme Court panel presided over by the Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo has shot down findings of the Sole Commissioner, Justice Yaw Apaw, now a Supreme Court judge himself. The court declared as unconstitutional, some conclusions the Sole Commissioner reached when he considered the cases involving businessma Alfred Agbesi Woyome vrs. the Attorney General, and Sky Consult vrs. Ghana Post.
June 22, 2017 12:22 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: www.ghanaweb.comZoomlion supports First Lady's 'Save a child' project with GHC 50,000Zoomlion Ghana Limited on Tuesday presented a cheque for Ghc 50,000 to the First LadyZOOMLION Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, on Tuesday presented a cheque for Ghc 50,000 to the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, in support of her ‘Save a Child, Save a Mother’ project. “Zoomlion Foundation was established to help address issues that affect the lives of the ordinary Ghanaians, particularly in the area of Health and Education. “So far work on the project is taking shape and we believe in the next three to four months, it should be ready,” Mrs Akufo-Addo said. The construction of the maternity block of the KATH started more than three decades ago, but came to a standstill, due to lack of funds. Also present at the ceremony we Ms Barbara Mensah, Deputy Head of Communication, Jospong Group, Mrs Sarah Kyei, National Co-ordinator of the Zoomlion Foundation, Mrs Patricia Ofori-Atta, Senior Communication Officer Zoomlion Ghana and other staff of the company.
June 22, 2017 12:00 UTC
General News of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: Starrfmonline.comI can’t criticise Rawlings openly – VanderpuijeFormer President Jerry John RawlingsThe MP for Odododiodoo constituency, Nii Lante Vanderpuije, has said he does not believe in openly criticising the founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Jerry John Rawlings. “I don’t believe in the situation that, whereby the founder does something and I go out there and criticise him in the open and I do something and the founder go out there and criticize me in the open,” the outspoken politician stated. He stressed: “I still believe in the ideals and the things he stands for,” adding the former president has been a “great inspiration.”Speaking on Accra-based Radio Gold, Vanderpuije advised that anytime an issue comes up within the party, it must be dealt with as it is. “If we are in a party and I am doing something that is wrong, the best way to address it as a party; I don’t believe in open criticisms, I don’t believe in we standing on rooftop and criticising one another,” the former broadcaster emphasised. He noted “for every one of us, what we should be doing is to use the party’s structures, see ourselves as members of the same family and try and correct one another.”
June 22, 2017 11:37 UTC
Politics of Thursday, 22 June 2017Source: peacefmonline.comI don't respond to fools like Yamoah Ponkoh - Kofi AdamsKofi Adams,National Organiser for the National Democratic CongressNational Organizer of the Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) says he will not tolerate some "fools" within the umbrella fratenity. The NDC National Executive Committee (NEC) member was referring to former Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ejisu Juabeng, Hon. Kwaku Afrifa Yamoah Ponkoh. Yamoah Ponkoh had earlier called for him to be hanged for leading the party into opposition as a national campaign Coordinator. “I laughed it off when I heard Kofi Adams saying he (Kofi) should be blamed for our defeat, he should stop irritating our ears; why should he (Kofi) accept the blame?
June 22, 2017 11:15 UTC