OPEN AND SECRET EXTORTIONS BY OUR LAW ENFORCERS; WHEN WOULD IT END

OPEN AND SECRET EXTORTIONS BY OUR LAW ENFORCERS; WHEN WOULD IT END. The Ghana Police Service is an important arm of the Ministry of the Interior with responsibility to ensure peace within the country. Being peace officers’ members of the Police service have over the years lived up to expectation by embarking on night patrol duties while citizens are asleep. During the day they are seen roaming in vantage points of our cities, towns and villages to maintain law and order. The police stations dotted across Ghana are always full of people who are there to lodge complaints and to get the police to push their cases to courts for

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DO NOT TAKE THE LAW IN YOUR HANDS BY MALTREATING FELLOW WORKERS

DO NOT TAKE THE LAW IN YOUR HANDS BY MALTREATING FELLOW WORKERS. Men and women found in our public sector have been engaged to provide variety of services to the nation. Wherever they find themselves they must know that they will enjoy their stay at work only when they work in harmony with their senior and junior colleagues. A visit to our offices in many of our ministries and departments would reveal that all seem to be well with the workers. However, reports reaching us of late is that there are some workers in some establishments who are hurting inside due to maltreatments being meted out to them by their

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FOUR JAILED FOR DUMPING WASTE AT UNAUTHORIZED PLACE IN KUMASI

FOUR JAILED FOR DUMPING WASTE AT UNAUTHORIZED PLACEIN KUMASI. Four tricycle riders arrested for dumping waste at an authorized place have been sentenced to one month imprisonment each by the Kumasi Magistrate Court. They are Kwadwo Abedi, Stephen Ampong, Karim Mohammed and Ishau Abukom. The court, presided over by Mrs. Doreen Smith Arthur, ordered that they additionally signed a bond not to indiscriminately dispose of refuse for one year. They would serve another five months in prison should they breach the bond. The court handed down the punishment after they pleaded guilty to the offence. The convicts had been using their tricycles for waste collection and were caught emptying heaps

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PETITION: EC CHAIR CHARLOTTE OSEI TO SUE ACCUSERS

PETITION: EC CHAIR CHARLOTTE OSEI TO SUE ACCUSERS. The Electoral Commission Chairperson, Mrs Charlotte Osei has threatened to sue her accusers in relation to the petition which has been sent to the presidency asking for her removal on grounds of “misconduct.” Accordingly, her counsel, Mr Thaddeus Sory has asked lawyer for the concerned staff of the EC, Mr Maxwell Opoku Agyeman to provide the names and full details of the petitioners. A group, calling itself concerned workers of the Electoral Commission (EC) have petitioned the President and the Chief Justice to begin impeachment processes against the Chairperson of the EC, Mrs Charlotte Osei.In a six-page petition dated Thursday, July 13,

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