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Ghana to face Congo in qualifier for U17 Women's World Cup PDF Print E-mail

Ghana has been drawn to face Congo in the first phase of the qualifiers for the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica next year.

This comes after world football governing body, FIFA released the continental qualifiers for the upcoming tournament to take place from 15 March to 5 April 2014.

The African qualifiers for the juniors World Cup will take place in two round robin stages.

 
Parliament: Speaker pushes for code of conduct to check MP's PDF Print E-mail
The Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho is pushing for the development of a code of conduct to regulate the activities of members of parliament. 
 
Spiritualist rapes woman PDF Print E-mail

Inusah Mahfuz, a 29-year-old spiritualist who works with Nana Sikaoboanipa, a popular spiritualist in Accra, is in the grips of the Sakumono Police for allegedly raping a 23-year-old married woman who had gone to his shrine at Klagon near Tema to seek help.

Inusah, together with his colleague Yakeen, who is currently on the run, allegedly gagged the victim with a handkerchief and forcibly had sexual intercourse with her. The two earlier lured her to the shrine in a bush at Klagon, under the pretext of performing rituals.

 
Two Nigerians in court over cocaine importation PDF Print E-mail

Two Nigerians who were recently nabbed by security operatives over 372 bottles of substances suspected to be cocaine valued at 12 million dollars on Tuesday appeared before an Accra Fast Track High Court.

James Ekeke Chukwu and Sammy Ikechekwu Benjy Eke, both businessmen are being held for engaging in criminal conspiracy and importation of narcotics without authority.

Eke was additionally charged for possessing 62 boxes containing 372 bottles of liquid substance suspected to be cocaine. 

 
Two ex-convicts jailed 100 years PDF Print E-mail

An Accra Circuit Court on Monday sentenced two ex-convicts, Gideon Fianko, 23, a driver and Prince Owusu Ansah, 22, a labourer, to a total of 100 years for robbery.

The two are to serve a 50-year jail term each for snatching a Toyota Corolla taxi valued at GH₵18,000 from its driver at knife point at Adenta Rowi.

The two were charged with conspiracy to commit crime and robbery but they pleaded guilty to robbery and were convicted on that charged.

The prosecution has however dropped the charged on conspiracy against the accused persons.

 
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