KROFROM BRUTALITY: AUTOPSY REPORT EXONERATES POLICE

KROFROM BRUTALITY: AUTOPSY REPORT EXONERATES POLICE…. An autopsy report has explained that Osei Tawiah who was allegedly beaten by policemen at the Kumasi suburb of Krofom last week died of a natural cause. The 22-year-old Tawiah died on Friday after some policemen who were said to be chasing suspected armed robbers on a motorbike pounced on him and mistook him to be an armed robber. Eyewitnesses said Tawiah had left his bag behind a house and went to the public toilet only to be arrested by the police team. The police were said to have handcuffed and beat him up while his family members looked on since his house was

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ZOO KEEPER IMPREGNATES FEMALE ANIMAL

ZOO KEEPER IMPREGNATES FEMALE ANIMAL…. The 38-year-old zoo keeper was filmed in full action by a series of hidden cameras put in place by the zoo’s security officials after doubts emerged about the man’s devious actions towards the zoo animals. He was caught on camera having sexual intercourse with the animals. “Some animals seemed sexually aroused when it was time to feed them” explains Akhiroel Yahya, employee of the zoo for 14 years. “But what made us most suspicious was when we discovered Marylin, our oldest orangutan, was pregnant. She has never been in contact with any other orangutans because of her aggressive nature, so it didn’t make any sense”

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EXPLOIT ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS – MAHAMA ADVISES GRADUATES

EXPLOIT ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS – MAHAMA ADVISES GRADUATES…. President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday said much as government would not renege on its mandate to create jobs, tertiary institution graduates should also initiate entrepreneurial skills that could make them self-reliant and major employers. He said with the rising graduate population in Ghana and the entire world, it was becoming extremely difficult for government alone to absorb them and, therefore, developing enterpreneurial skills would help in reducing the high incidence of unemployment. President Mahama said this when he addressed the 16th and 17th graduation ceremony of 354 students of the All Nations University College, a private university in Koforidua, on the theme:”The

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GIDEON JUNG FINALLY TO PLAY FOR GERMANY AS GHANA SHOW NO INTEREST

GIDEON JUNG FINALLY TO PLAY FOR GERMANY AS GHANA SHOW NO INTEREST…. Hamburg SV star Gideon Jung has finally admitted his willingness to opt for Germany over Ghana as the West African country has shown no interest in the youngster. Jung, 21, has declared his intentions of playing for Ghana in the past and his performance for Hamburg in the recently ended German Bundesliga season was expected to earn him recognition from Ghana. But apparently no Ghana official has made any contact with the midfielder, leaving him with no option but opt to feature for the World Cup winners. Germany Olympic coach Horst Hrubesch is set to announce his final

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7 QUALITIES YOU SHOULD NEVER SETTLE ON IN A RELATIONSHIP

7 QUALITIES YOU SHOULD NEVER SETTLE ON IN A RELATIONSHIP…. You can settle on plenty of things in life: Where to have dinner for your mom’s birthday, for instance, or booking the less expensive, but just as nice resort for your next vacation. One thing you should never settle on? Your relationships. Below, marriage experts share seven qualities you should never accept in a relationship. 1. A partner who won’t give the relationship 100 percent.  Fall in love with someone who’s keenly interested in keeping your relationship happy, healthy and fresh, not someone who tends to tune out and let you do the heavy lifting, said Carin Goldstein, a marriage

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A DANGEROUS ROAD TO GHANA’S GUN DEMOCRACY

A DANGEROUS ROAD TO GHANA’S GUN DEMOCRACY …. The road to Ghana’s gun democracy is likely a civil war, or subversion of the relatively peaceful unitary nation-state. Yet peace is not a guaranteed quantity, a given—in geopolitical relations. This is no apocalyptic augury. Rather, it is a speculative conclusion borne out of statistical, anecdotal, and sociological actualities. This is not surprising given Ghana as a lawless country with many laws. There is a school of thought that believes Ghana is uniquely placed as a wobbling banana republic with no functioning ambulatory “head.” And when the “head” is not functioning as it necessarily should—the organismic systems of the body politic correspondingly

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MUSLIM YOUTHS MUST HEED ADVISE TO END THE BLOODY CONFLICTS

MUSLIM YOUTHS MUST HEED ADVISE TO END THE BLOODY CONFLICTS…. By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai The news of a conflict between youth of two Muslim sects at Aboabo no 2 a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti regional capital is disheartening indeed. It is sad that the bloody clashes between the two youth groups belonging to the Ahlussunah Wal-Jamaa’a and Tijaniyya sects led to the destruction of property and bloody physical injuries. When the news broke out in the media it sent shock waves down the spines of all well meaning and peace loving people in Ghana who do not want Ghana to degenerate into a war zone in West Africa.

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NCCE “CITIZENSHIP WEEK”; THE YOUTH AND CHILDREN MUST HOLD ON TO DISCIPLINEd THIS ELECTION YEAR

NCCE “CITIZENSHIP WEEK”; THE YOUTH AND CHILDREN MUST HOLD ON TO DISCIPLINEd THIS ELECTION YEAR…. By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai Being election year, all citizens are required to contribute towards peace, before, during and after the presidential and parliamentary elections in November. Although the political parties are the main activists in elections, the youth, most of who are in schools, are the major beneficiaries of peaceful elections in future. For that matter the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) which has the mandate to promote Civic education would devote this year’s citizenship week celebrations to sensitize the youth and children on the need to obey their parents and teachers and adhere

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KOFI BOAKYE CHASES ‘AGOGO FULANI’ MP

                                                           Kofi Boakye chases ‘Agogo Fulani’ MP The Ashanti Regional Police Commander, DCOP Kofi Boakye is on the heels of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Asante Akyem North, Kwadwo Baah Agyemang over a press conference he held in Agogo to protest the invasion of their farmlands by Fulani herdsmen. The MP led the youth of the Asante Akyem town to protest against the destruction of their farmlands and crops by Fulani herdsmen and their cattle for years. Kwadwo Baah Agyemang read

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