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History of Ghana’s Flagstaff House

  Flagstaff House, which is the presidential palace in Accra, is famous for a number of reasons. The palace, which serves as a residence and office for the sitting President of Ghana, was built on the site of a building, which was constructed and used for administrative purposes by the British colonial government. The structure was maintained by the first ...

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Pay GH¢30K For Nomination If You Want To Be DCE…

Reports reaching The Chronicle newspaper in Kumasi indicate that the positions of Municipal and Metropolitan District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) are allegedly being sold out to the highest bidder, as part of a grand scheme to consolidate the positions of the national executives of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC). The Chronicle has gathered that aspiring MMDCEs are being compelled to ...

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Egypt Army overthrows Mohamed Morsy.

Egypt’s military deposed the country’s first democratically elected president Wednesday night, installing the head of the country’s highest court as an interim leader, the country’s top general announced. Gen. Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi said the military was fulfilling its “historic responsibility” to protect the country by ousting Mohamed Morsy, the Western-educated Islamist leader elected a year ago. Morsy failed to meet ...

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Illegal immigrant stole dead mother’s identity to get into Britain from Ghana before stealing £100,000 in benefits

A woman stole a dead mother’s identity to  trick her way into Britain – and then defrauded taxpayers out of more than  £100,000. Illegal immigrant Catherine Kyie, 33, was  jailed for impersonating a mother who died after childbirth to get from Ghana  into the UK. A court heard mother-of-three Kyie then  claimed family tax credits, child benefit payments and was ...

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Mahama directs AG to prosecute public officials indicted by Auditor General’s report

Source: Ghana I RadioXYZonline.com   President John Mahama has directed the Attorney General and Minister of Justice to set up a special desk to investigate and prosecute all offenders who have been captured in the reports of the Auditor General concerning squandered state funds and assets.   President Mahama says the directive and its implementation is part of efforts toward ...

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Supreme Court jails Ken Kuranchie 10 days for contempt

The Supreme Court has sentenced Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Searchlight Newspaper, Ken Kuranchie to 10 days in prison for contemptuous comments he made in the Paper’s front page comment in relation to the ongoing election petition. The Publication sought to question the Court’s invitation of the main opposition New Patriotic Party’s Deputy Communication Director Sammy Awuku who was reprimanded by ...

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Live Text: Presidential Election Petition enters Day 37

From: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com The Supreme Court will settle scores with three people alleged to have made contemptuous comments when hearing of the Presidential Election Petition resumes, Tuesday. Stephen Atubiga and Kwaku Boahen of the NDC, and Ken Kuranchie of the Daily Searchlight Newspaper, will attempt to convince the judges why they should not be committed to jail terms for comments deemed ...

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Too much lies, hypocrisy in the Church – Duncan-Williams

Source: radioxyzonline.com The Archbishop and General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, Nicholas Duncan-Williams says: “The level of lies and hypocrisy in the charismatic church is unbelievable”. Speaking at a special Republic Day Service at the Action Chapel Prayer Cathedral, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said he harbours a lot of pain in his heart because of the extent of envy and ...

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