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President Akufo-Addo, has shortlisted a total of eight highly accomplished private legal practitioners and 12 High Court justices for consideration as Justices of the Court of Appeal. The latest nominations if approved, is expected to push the number of Court of Appeal judges to a total of 53, per this paper’s information. The names of […]Continue Reading
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…Angel FM Presenter ‘Shades’ Nungua Chiefs After Invitation   Host of Angel FM’s morning show, Leo Mensah, popularly known as Okatakyie Afrifa-Mensah, has subtly responded to elders of the Nungua Traditional Area in the Greater Accra Region, after the presenter was summoned. The invitation issued by the Security Coordinator, Napoleon Stanley-Teye dated April 4, Continue Reading
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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Tarkwa -Nsuaem in the Western Region, George Mireku Duker, on Easter Monday, feted over 500 widows in the constituency to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The donation, which was made devoid of party colours, saw a total of 550 hampers donated, containing assorted items to these vulnerable women, […]Continue Reading
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In a significant development for the African Lotteries Association (ALA), the Director-General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) of Ghana, Samuel Awuku, has been elected as the Vice President at the ALA’s General Meeting held in Casablanca, Morocco, on March 8, 2024. This historic election, marks the first time a Director-General from an Anglophone country, Continue Reading
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– Says Municipal Security Council The Awutu Senya East Municipal Security Council (MUSEC), has rubbished widespread reports of some individuals allegedly losing their manhood in the municipality after an encounter with some strangers suspected to be ritualists. The Municipal Security Council said, its investigations have so far revealed that no such incident, had occurred Continue Reading
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…As Supreme Court Throws Out Injunction Application Against Ministerial Nominees The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has renewed its charge against the judiciary, following what it calls a “palpable bias” by the Supreme Court in scheduling of cases that has political repercussion. The party is displeased with the decision by the Chief Justice (CJ), Gertrude Continue Reading