General News

DRIVERS AT MADINA CALL FOR HELP.

Concerned indigenes of Madina have lamented over the excessive littering in the vicinity posing harm to their health. Among these concerned indigenes are the drivers of Madina Lorry Station. According to them, the excessive littering ongoing is as a result of the limited dustbins they have in their vicinity. In an interview on Express Radio to address the satination issue ...

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IS KABA REALLY DEAD?

News of the sudden and untimely demise of ace radio broadcaster, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong , well known as KABA has left many people in shock and disbelief in denial of the fact that the icon is no more. However, events leading to the death of the “Eko si sen” radio show host appear to be trickling in bit by ...

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MEDICAL REPORT OF 4-YEAR OLD DEFILEMENT OUT.

A medical report into the alleged defilement of a 4-year old girl at Assin Adadientem in the Central Region has found, the hymen intact with no evidence of bleeding. The parents of the girl who sent their daughter for medical examination had maintained the little girl bled for three days. Her mother said the victim grimaced when she tried to bath her in ...

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TRAIN DERAILED AT TESANO

Scores of people have been reported injured after an Accra bound train from Nsawam was involved in an accident. The unfortunate incident happened in the early hours of today 23rd October 2017 around 7:30am at Tesano in Accra. Speaking to AMANIE NEWS, an eye witness confirmed that, the incidence happened early this morning but thankfully no casualties have been recorded. ...

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Tension at Customs; Over 200 Officers Sacked

Tension is mounting among senior Customs officers following what they describe as lopsidedness in the transfer regime at the revenue agency. According to inside sources, senior officers are seething with anger over favoritism in the transfer of officers, with a warning that if management of the Ghana Revenue Agency (GRA) continues to ignore their concerns, government efforts at raking in ...

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