NEWS 

IGP places Ghc10,000 bounty on Lapaz police killers

The police have placed a Ghc10,000 bounty on the two suspects who shot and killed a police officer and injured another one at Lapaz in Accra on Thursday. According to the Inspector General of Police, Mr David Asante Apeatu, anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the two suspects would be given the bounty. The IGP made this known Friday morning at the Kaneshie Divisional headquarters. The two police officers were shot by two unidentified men who were on an unregistered motorbike. Reports said the two men were…

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SPORTS 

We paid Kwasi Appiah $150,000 a signing-on fee — Asiamah

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Isaac Asiamah, has revealed that Black Stars coach, Kwasi Appiah, has been paid $150,000 as signing-on fee in the interim, out of the total $250,000. He pointed out that Coach Appiah had a contractual agreement with Al Khartoum SC, the Sudanese club he left midstream and that part of his signing-on fee would be used to offset the debt he owed the club. The Minister further disclosed that the Stars coach and his technical staff would be paid their salaries as soon as the…

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NEWS 

Court to deliver judgement in Marwako case July 26

Jihad Chaaban, the Marwako restaurant supervisor, standing trial for allegedly dipping the face of a female worker into pepper, will know his fate on July 26, 2017. The Abeka District Court, presided by Ms Victoria Akua Ghansah, will give its judgement in trial in which Chaaban is facing three counts of causing harm, assault and offensive conduct for the alleged attack on the female worker, Evelyn Boakye. Chaaban has pleaded not guilty to the charges and is currently on bail in the sum of Gh¢ 20, 000 with two sureties….

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NEWS 

National Service Scheme rejects NHIS cards for registration

The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has asked potential registrants for the 2017/2018 national service not to produce Health Insurance cards for identification purposes because they “would NOT be accepted.” Besides the provision of students’ I/D cards, the Service says it requires registrants to produce any one of the national identity cards, namely a valid voter I.D., passport or drivers’ license. The 2017/2018 National Service registration which was originally scheduled to start from Monday, July 17 will now start from Monday, July 24, 2017. A statement issued by…

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SHOWBIZ 

I’m not over-exposing my baby – Kafui Danku

Currently running on some television stations is a Royal Monopoly Baby Diaper commercial which has actress Kafui Danku and her daughter, Lorde as the actors. And some people are of the opinion that the pretty actress is over-exposing her eight month baby by using her for a television commercial. Obviously, those who have a problem with the actress know her conception story and think that as a result of that, she should be hiding her baby but Kafui doesn’t think so. Granted, she had three miscarriages before finally having her…

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