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2017-02-17

[N] What The Hell! . . . We're Still Talking About 'Missing' State Vehicles? - Allot
[N] We've 'enough resources' for Free SHS - Ofori-Atta
[N] Three robbers arrested for using state protocol vehicle for criminal activities
[N] Bentil backs AU withdrawal from ICC
[N] Pastor sentenced to 20 years in jail for defiling girl, 13
[N] 5 policemen, 2 soldiers wounded in Kumawu chieftaincy clashes
[N] Come clear on Free SHS funding - Minority to Akufo-Addo
[N] All ten regional ministers-designate approved by Parliament
[N] Ghana and Morocco sign 27 MOUs
[N] 15 cops storm NDC's Trobu Secretary’s home to seize
[N] Taxi runs into kiosk, kills woman, 73
[N] I wish I got pregnant - Otiko Djaba

2017-02-16

[N] CID releases Kofi Adams' five cars
[N] I pulled out due to insults – E.T Mensah
[N] GIMPA staff on strike over election of Deputy Rector
[N] Failed NDC MP seizes key to borehole
[N] Invite me or I’ll sue – Ablakwa to Ghartey’s committee
[N] Ghana spent $450,000 to transport troops to The Gambia - Dominic Nitiwul
[N] Stay away from Heritage Fund – ACEP warns government
[N] Government urged to re-think decision to "raid" Heritage Fund
[N] Using heritage fund for free SHS ludicrous idea – Kwame Jantuah
[N] KATH CEO enforced cash and carry policy at emergency ward
[N] No more Hajj challenges - IC Quaye
[N] First Lady cuts sod for hostel at Korle Bu
[N] Education Minister should be sacked - Teachers Union

2017-02-15

[B] Nip 'digital migration company' idea in the bud – Nduom advises gov't
[N] Norfund’s Arise acquires 27.7% of CAL Bank
[B] GRA closes down Packplus Limited for owing GH¢2.6m
[N] Free education is possible if we stop buying V8 - Samuel Atta-Mensah
[N] NDC propagandists fighting against my Council of State bid – E.T Mensah
[N] 21 drug pushers arrested at Tema
[N] Agyarko didn't bribe anybody, they're only spoiling his name - Allotey Jacobs
[N] Akufo-Addo can't fulfil any of his promises; he has only 4 years – Anyidoho
[N] Sammy Awuku grabs chieftaincy title
[N] We have found at last an African solution to an African problem – Ablakwa
[N] Unibank Staff robbed at gun point
[N] Sunyani chiefs ‘forgive’ Brong Ahafo regional minister-designate
[N] Free SHS: NDC pretended the NPP was speaking Chinese - Kweku Baako
[N] You will be sacked if students fail BECE, WASSCE - Education Minister warns scho
[N] KTI Report: Armed policemen stormed girls dormitories with torchlight
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[ 2017-02-15 ]

Unibank Staff robbed at gun point
Police have confirmed to mynewsgh.com that Kafui
Damal, a staff of Unibank has been robbed at gun
point at his residence in Gomoa Nyinyano
millennium city estates in the Central Region.

The Kasoa District Commander of the Ghana Police
Service, DSP Alfred Kudah revealed that the
robbers took away his his Toyota Corrola Salon
car, an amount of GH¢1,700 and gold wedding rings
belonging to him and his wife.

According to him, the area in recent times has
recorded several robbery cases hinting that
patrols will be intensified to ensure that that
residents are not held hostage by the robbers.

“We have commenced investigations into the matter
and relayed information to our outlets for them to
be on the lookout for the vehicle. We will
intensify patrols in the area to ensure that we
protect lives and property which is our core
mandate”, he said

Source - mynewsgh.com



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