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Banker, mobile money agent charged with stealing

An Accra Circuit Court on Friday granted two persons a bail in the sum of GH¢80,000.00 with three sureties each for allegedly stealing GH¢80,766.00 which was supposed to have been deposited with the Fidelity Bank. John Kofi Eshun, 33 year-old banker and Mohammed Yussif, 37 year-old, mobile money agent denied …

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Student jailed seven years for defilement

An Accra Circuit Court has sentenced David Mensah a 20-year-old student to seven years imprisonment in hard labour for defiling an eight year-old girl. Mensah denied the offence but was found guilty after trial by the Court presided over by Mrs Jane Harriet Akweley Quaye. During trial, it came out …

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Ghana Police Service Regulation being amended

A three-member team of investigators was last March dispatched to South Sudan to investigate a matter in which personnel of the Ghana Police have been alleged to engage in sexual misconduct while on mission in South Sudan. Mr Ambrose Dery, the Minister for the Interior, told Parliament in Accra that …

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Unilever Ghana appoints new Managing Director

Unilever Ghana appointed Mrs Gladys Amoah as the new Managing Director for Ghana. Her appointment takes effect from November 1, 2018. Mrs. Amoah, who was until her appointment the Customer Development Director of Unilever Ghana, takes over from Mr Ziobeieton Yeo. Mr Yeo resigned as the Managing Director of the …

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Ghana signs agreement for Accra Sky Train Project

Government on Thursday signed an agreement with a South African group, Africa Investment (Ai) SkyTrain Consortium, for the construction of the Accra Sky Train Project. Railways Development Minister, Mr Joe Ghartey, signed the agreement for Ghana on the sidelines of the Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa. He emphasised …

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Government is facilitating private sector growth – President

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Thursday stated that his Government is not in competition with the private sector, and would not substitute itself for the private sector in the growth and development of Ghana. He was speaking as a panellist on: “Championing Investments: Presidential Investment Chats,” at the ongoing Africa …

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