Ghanaian Chronicle

4 ARMED COPS ARRESTED IN TOGO Sources allege operation was in connection with biometic registration

The Togolese police arrested four Ghanaian police personnel at Nyetey in the Republic of Togo at the weekend, for what the Togolese police described as a “breach of international security and invasion of our territory.”

Bawumia eulogizes Chief S.D. Dombo

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, running mate to the 2012 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo, has paid glowing tribute to the late Chief Simon Diedong Dombo (SD Dombo), founding member and leader of the Northern People’s Party, for his great service and dedication to the people of Ghana and the North specifically.

EC has no excuse for faulty equipment -Veep

Vice President John Dramani Mahama has stated that the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) has no cause to complain about the faulty equipment it encountered in the on-going biometric registration exercise throughout the country.

Start-up packages for LESDEP beneficiaries

The District Chief Executive Officer (DCE) for Sekyere West, Solomon Agyei Mensah, has donated items worth thousands of cedis to beneficiaries of the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) at Effiduase in the Ashanti Region.

Nwineso No. 1 development plan on course

The people of Nwineso No 1. in the Atwima Kwanwoma district have raised GH¢8,000 at an annual fund raising ceremony to help improve infrastructural facilities in the community, and improve on the quality of life of the people.

Akyeremade raises GH¢16,800 for development projects

The people of Akyeremade in the Bekwai Municipality have raised GH¢16,800 towards development projects earmarked under its five-year development plan.

Sekyere South Assembly records GH¢66,296.97 …in first quarter of 2012

The Sekyere South District Assembly in the Ashanti Region has recorded GH¢66,296.97 as at the end of the first quarter on March 31, 2012.

IGP must walk his talk

Why should the idea of people being asked to put their names in a register so that they could be identified to vote in the December polls turn into violence? We dare state that it is so, because a group of politicians have willed it in order to take unfair advantage of the distortion in the figures expected on the polling day.

Accident at Yamoransa claims three lives

Three members of the Swagget Keep Fit Club at Suame Marko in Kumasi, perished in a bizarre accident at Yamoransa Junction in the Central Region yesterday, when a Yutong bus they were travelling on hit a high tension electricity pole, and subsequently, hit a stationery vehicle killing the three people on the spot, and injuring several others.

Rainstorm kills 2 in Navrongo

Two persons were reported killed at separate locations in Navrongo on Friday evening, when a raging rainstorm hit the town and its adjoining communities.

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