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2017-10-12

[N] PURC boss, Samuel Sarpong, sacked
[N] Don’t stampede gov’t into closing fuel stations – OMCs
[N] £350k Scandal: Otumfuo clean – Sacked Bank Official
[N] 245 suspected drug peddlers, prostitutes arrested in Ashanti
[N] Don’t follow ‘malicious’ social media – Rawlings advises Media General
[N] Gov’t withdraws Zongo Development Fund bill

2017-10-11

[B] Ghana woos investors at IMF/World Bank Meetings
[B] Hybrid power stations to add 850MW to grid
[N] Agric College Students Picket At MoFA Today
[N] We don’t need cabinet meeting to solve gas explosions – Namoale
[N] Cost of home loans drop to 30.6 %
[B] Ghana’s exports rise to $ 8.9 billion
[N] Gov’t investigating report of Ghanaian ISIS fighters – Majority
[N] Tension in Bimbila ahead of late chief burial Thursday
[N] Akufo-Addo's 'one achievement, one launch' is new NPP strategy
[N] God is the reason - 13-year-old KNUST student says
[N] Workers on the Kejetia market project to lay down tools following threats
[N] Parliament tasks 3 committees to investigate gas explosions
[N] Mansco Gas must compensate explosion victims – Mahama Ayariga
[N] Police accused in Delta Force 13 case

2017-10-10

[B] Airlines upbeat about boost in business
[N] Earlier charges against Delta Forces dropped
[N] SUNDA Int. & TWYFORD Ceramics donate to gas explosion victims
[N] Operation to ban public smoking in Tamale to be activated after six arrested in
[N] AUCC founder launches book about his life as public servant and private citizen

2017-10-09

[S] Ghana Rugby team beats Mauritius in impressive Sevens campaign
[N] Thieves steal car at Legon after man fled from Atomic gas explosion
[N] Fuel explosions: NPA to employ 200 extra safety auditors – Agyarko
[N] Petrochemical workers opposed gov’t's new policy on gas explosions – Abu Ramadan
[N] Kwadaso Agric. College Students boycott lectures over unpaid allowances
[N] Court grants withdrawal of application against lawyer for EC boss
[N] Nana Addo to personally pay for presidential correspondent’s funeral
[N] NDC financiers, others frustrated our fight against 'illegal' fuel stations - Ay
[N] New Ya-Naa Will Be My 1st Year’s Crowning Achievement – Akufo-Addo

2017-10-08

[N] Kwadaso MP visits flood prone areas after heavy down pour
[I] Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Touts Legacy As She Prepares To Step Down  
[N] Wassa Akropong Shooting; 4 Arrested
[N] Brother Of 13-Year-Old KNUST Student To Break Sister’s Record
[N] Encroachment of Owabi Forest cause of flooding at Atafoa- Assemblyman
[N] Kwadaso: building kills 2, 1 in critical condition
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General News

[ 2017-02-16 ]

CID has released vehicles seized from Kofi Adams to him

CID releases Kofi Adams' five cars
The five cars seized by the Criminal
Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana
Police Service have been released to the National
Organiser of the main opposition National
Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams, after he
had provided all the necessary documents covering
them to ascertain the ownership of the cars.

Mr Adams’ lawyer, Samson Lardy Anyenini, confirmed
the release of the cars on Thursday, 16 February
on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen, a political talk show.

The vehicles include two Toyota Land Cruiser V8s
with registration numbers GS 7451-12 and GN
7796-16 respectively and three Nissan Hardbody
Pick-Ups with registration numbers GM 842-16, GM
823-16 and GM 846-16, respectively.

On 1 February, 15 armed men dressed in military
fatigues, suspected to be army personnel, stormed
the private residence of Mr Adams and seized all
his vehicles in the company of four alleged
National Security officers and personnel from the
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA).

According to Mr Adams, who said he was in Dubai
during the incident, the soldiers ransacked his
Tema Gulf City home and drove away the five cars.

The cars, according to the soldiers, were
suspected to belong to the state and were taken to
the Flagstaff House.

National Security Minister Albert Kan-Dapaah later
called Mr Adams to apologise to him saying the
action was not sanctioned by officialdom. Mr
Kan-Dapaah ordered the return of the cars but Mr
Adams insisted they be taken to the police for
inspection and an inventory taken before he could
take them back. The CID, however, held onto the
cars until Mr Adams was compelled to write to the
IGP to demand his vehicles back.

The Pick-Ups are in the name of Japan Motors while
the two Land Cruisers are in the name of Mr
Adams.

Source - classfmonline.com



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