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OBINIM FREED ON GH¢2M BAIL; SUPPORTERS OVERJOYED
The embattle founder and leader of International God’s Way church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, has finally been granted a police enquiry bail in the sum of GH¢2 million.
SOLDIERS CRY OVER ALLOWANCE
The recent increment of the allowance paid to Ghanaian soldiers undertaking the UN peacekeeping operations did not go down well with soldiers.
DKM VICTIMS COMMIT SUICIDE
Thousands of DKM microfinance depositors in the Upper East Region, whose investments have gone down the drain, have called on President John Mahama to fulfill the promise he made that he would ensure that deposits trade by investors were paid by the Bank of Ghana.
NDUOM TO WORK WITH 14 MINISTRIES
Presidential hopeful of the PPP Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has declared that a government led by him will be run with only 14 ministries.
MONTIE TRIO OUT TODAY
A radio host with Accra-based Montie FM, and two other panelists who were found guild for scandalizing the court and sentenced to four months in prison each will be finally released from Nsawam Prison today.
THIEVES IN UNIFORM; ARE GHANAIANS SAFE?
They are supposed to uphold law and order and provide protection or security for the citizenry, but over the years some police officers have abused the trust and confidence the public has reposed in them and have engaged in acts that undermine the integrity of that noble service.
FARMER IN GH¢48,000 POLICE RECRUITMENT SCAM
The desperation of jobless people to find a secured employment in the various security agencies in the country has led many to part away with huge sums of money to persons who promise them an easy entry.
MOBILE MONEY UNNERVES BANKS
The story goes that the banks showed little interest some years back when the whole mobile money idea was bounced off them, but a new survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers indicates that the phenomenon has sent banks into a cold sweat, and they are beginning to adopt an ‘if you can’t beat them, join them approach’.
THE T3 PLANT ENIGMA
The Takoradi 3 (T3) thermal plant, which has an installed capacity of some 132 megawatts, has come under scrutiny over the past few months, following moves by government to seek private sector participation in retooling the problematic plant.