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Police say 52 killed in motor accidents during Christmas PDF Print E-mail

More than 52 persons were killed through motor accidents nationwide between December 23 and December 29, 2013.

Assistant Superintendent of Police Augustine Akrofi told the GNA in an interview on Thursday that the dead were made up of 16 females two of whom were below 18 years and 36 males five of whom were below 18 years.

 
Woman dies in church after 'crossing over' to 2014 PDF Print E-mail

The watch-night service of the Assemblies of God church at Madina in Accra on December 31, 2013 turned tragic when a member of the church died minutes after 'crossing over' into the New Year.

Ms Patience Tetteh, who was said to be in her early 30s, died in her seat at the church while other congregants sung and danced to usher in the year 2014.

 
Police begs for time as it unravels recent murder cases PDF Print E-mail

The police administration is pleading with the public to be patient with it as it works hard to resolve recent murders that took place in the country.

Former employees of both Stanbic and Zenith banks were last year murdered under bizarre circumstances, by persons suspected to be robbers. An officer of the Ghana Immigration Service was also murdered in cold blood recently.

 
Forbes Ghana list laughable, mischievous - Afriyie-Ankrah PDF Print E-mail

Forbe's Ghana list laughable, mischievious - Afriyie-Ankrah
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 31-12-2013 Time: 12:12:21:pm
 
Youth and Sports Minister, Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah  Youth and Sports Minister, Elvis Afriyie-Ankrah has described as "laughable" and "mischievous", a supposed Forbes publication naming him among Top 20 wealthy people in Ghana.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014 14:53
 
Fire outbreak will not affect work - Judgment debt commission PDF Print E-mail

The Commission of Inquiry into Judgment Debt has assured its stakeholders that the fire that gutted it offices in Accra, Thursday dawn, will not affect its work.

A statement dated December 19 and signed by the Commission's public relations officer, George William Dove, further noted that even though the fire outbreak was severe, it did not affect any life.

 He therefore indicated the Commission will relocate to a new building which will soon be communicated to the public.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 16:39
 
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