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Nigerian girl bomber attacks market

At least 19 people have been killed and several injured by a bomb strapped to a girl reported to be aged about 10 in north-eastern Nigeria, police said. The bomb exploded in a market in the city of Maiduguri, in Borno State. “The explosive devices were wrapped around her body,” a police source told Reuters. No group has said it […]

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Chelsea pull clear…As Everton hold City

Chelsea pull clear…As Everton hold City

CHELSEA beat Newcastle United 2-0 for a 10th straight Premier League home win at their Stamford Bridge stronghold on Saturday

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Burkina Faso ready for African Cup of Nations

Burkina Faso ready for African Cup of Nations

BURKINA Faso recovered to trounce Swaziland 5-1 Saturday in an Africa Cup of Nations warm-up match at a South African stadium where they have enjoyed considerable success. The Stallions came to the 2013 Cup of Nations in South Africa as no-hopers, but finished runners-up to Nigeria after a five-match unbeaten run at Mbombela Stadium in the north-eastern city of Nelspruit. […]

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CIMG to improve OMC station staff

CIMG to improve OMC station staff

The Chartered institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG), will on annual basis help to improve the customer service capacity of Oil marketing companies (OMCs), service station pump attendants and supervisors/managers. This would be done in partnership with Ghana Petroleum Consumer Choice Awards (PCCA Ghana). In this direction, CIMG and Purple Energy Ghana, the main collaborator of the awards had put together […]

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Mr. Daniel Owusu-Koranteng, MDU Genereal Secretary

Ghana is ITF representative for Africa

Mr. Daniel Owusu-Koranteng, General Secretary of Maritime and Dockworkers Union (MDU) of Ghana, has been elected to serve on the Steering Committee of the Dockers’ Section of the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF). He is one of four people representing Africa and the Arab world.

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Ghana to issue domestic bonds

Ghana to issue domestic bonds

The Brong-Ahafo Regional Branch of Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service received 936 domestic related cases in 2014. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Joseph Kwame Apoya, the Regional Coordinator of DOVVSU, told the GNA on Wednesday in Sunyani that the figure for 2013 was 1,115, and explained that a reduction of the number of cases […]

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NPP man killed

The Police in Agogo in the Ashanti Region, are hunting for three persons said to have murdered a New Patriotic Party (NPP) polling station executive, who is suspected to have been strangled to death. Relatives found Daniel Tweneboa dead in a bush, and informed the police of it. The Agogo District Police Commander, Assistant Superintendent George Amponsah, said the police suspected foul-play.

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Ashanti records 250 accidents

A total of 250 people were killed in car crashes in the Ashanti Region last year, while 1,423 others, suffered various injuries, compared with 280 deaths and 1,495 injuries in 2013. Mr. Thomas Wisdom Boakye, the Regional Manager of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), who provided the statistics at a press briefing in Kumasi, said the period saw 233 […]

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2 jailed 40yrs for robbing church

The Nsuta Circuit Court, presided over by Mr. Emma-nuel Ekow Mensah on Thursday, convicted two people for stealing a generator and video deck valued GH¢2,000 from Bonkrong  Ebenezer Methodist Church, near  Nsuta in the Sekyere Central District to a total of 20 years imprisonment each. The convicts, Gabriel Adjei  Donkor, 40, and Kwaku Collins, 24, were charged with four counts […]

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Police hunt for Kumasi businessman’s killer

The Ashanti Regional Police Command has mounted a search for an unidentified hit-man, who shot and killed a businessman in his house at TUC, in Kumasi, at about 8 p.m on Friday. Alhaji Salifu Abdulai Alidu, 66; who deals in haulage and glass cutting services, was shot in the head and the stomach while he alighted from his car to […]

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