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Detailed Account of how Captain Mahama was killed

Source: mynewsgh.com The Director General at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police , DCOP Bright Oduro on Friday June 2, 2017 gave a preliminary detailed account of how things unfolded leading to the death of Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama of the 5th Infantry Battalion (5BN). At a press conference in Accra, he revealed that a total of ...

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Lawyer Francis Sosu banned for advertising on Facebook

Popular Human Rights lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu has been banned from practicing as a lawyer for a total of three years, a statement by the General Legal Council has said. The lawyer was investigated and found guilty of professional misconduct by the GLC. “The disciplinary committee of the General legal Council formally charged Lawyer Sosu under Rule 2(4) of the legal ...

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Captain Mahama’s killers escorted out of Court amidst insults

Source: mynewsgh.com Ghanaians continue to rain curses on suspects who were alleged to have been involved in the lynching of Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama of the 5th Infantry Battalion (5BN) at Denkyira-Boase in the Upper Denkyira West District of the Central Region. The suspects including the assemblyman made their first appearance in court on Thursday June 1, 2017 amidst curses ...

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Perception of failed system cause of mob justice – Kofi Abotsi

Source: www.ghanaweb.com The Dean of the Faculty of law, GIMPA lawyer Kofi Abotsi says that the perception of failed system is the cause of mob justice. He indicated that mob justice is mainly a reflection of people’s lost confidence and faith in the judicial system and that if people think thieves and alleged criminals will invariably be freed and freed ...

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Council of State caught in shameful deal

Source: theheraldghana.com The Council of State, has been caught in a possible conflict of interest situation as it tried meeting the Minority National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members in Parliament to beg for the withdrawal of the various petitions filed against the US$2.25 billion Franklin Templeton Investments’ bond, because they were hurting investors’ confidence in the Ghanaian economy. Firstly, inside the ...

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In memory of Capt. Maxwell Mahama; Another bloodshed by the ‘righteous’

In memory of Capt. Maxwell Mahama; Another bloodshed by the ‘righteous’ Wednesday 31st May , 2017 6:00 am Captain Maxwell Mahama I am only terrified and sad; but not surprised that another blood has been shed. Do we want to pretend we are unaware of these reckless and inhumane deaths commonly referred to as instant-justice? It is only a matter ...

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Afia Tenge nearly lynched for ‘abominable’ dressing

The Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, ASP Afia Tenge, has disclosed she was nearly lynched by a mob, and, thus, strongly condemns the prevalence of instant justice in the country. Narrating her ordeal on the Executive Breakfast Show (EBS) on Class91.3FM on Friday, 2 June, Ms Tenge cautioned society against the act. She told show host ...

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US withdrawal will not end climate accord – Kofi Annan

Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has said that the US withdrawal from the Paris agreement on climate change should challenge other countries “to increase their efforts to address climate change.” Mr Annan’s comments were part of a statement issued by The Elders, a group formed by Nelson Mandela to promote peace and human rights around the world. Mr Annan ...

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