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Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 15:20
Police clash with angry Neoplan station GPRTU leaders; three arrested E-mail

Three leaders of the Circle-Neoplan station branch of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) are in police custody after a demonstration to remove the station chairman, turned violent.

The drivers are accusing the chairman, Kwabena Badu of over-staying his tenure in office and allegedly embezzling over Gh¢600,000 meant for a building project.

They also claim the chairman has turned his office into a dynasty by appointing only family members and close associates into executive positions.

Joy News' Michaela Anderson reports, the drivers claim they have not seen any development in the terminal since Mr. Badu took office some 22 years ago. They also accuse him of failing to account for monies charged as "booking fees" from the drivers.

700 African migrants intercepted off Italian coast E-mail

Three boats with about 700 African migrants onboard have been intercepted off Lampedusa island in southern Italy, local reports said on Thursday.

The boats were sighted 315 km from the Italian coast by a police patrol aircraft which was flying over the area, according to Adnkronos news agency.

A navy ship of the Italian government’s “Mare Nostrum (Our Sea)” search-and-rescue mission was on the way to the signaled waters, Adnkronos added.

A day earlier, two other navy ships carrying over 2,000 migrants arrived at the southern ports of Reggio Calabria and Trapani, the latest of a string of arrivals.

I’m not planning to marry Nadia Buari - Jim Iyke E-mail

Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke has debunked rumours that he and award-winning Ghanaian actress, Nadia Buari were planning to get married.

The two stars have been reported to be dating each other and were said to be planning to get married, after Jim was recently alleged to have been delivered of an evil spirit which had prevented him from getting married.

Reacting to the widely reported marriage rumour between him and Nadia, Jim disclosed on his twitter handle, @jimikyeofficial that he’s not planning of legalising his affair with Nadia.

He wrote, “I’ll resolve this issue by stating as clearly as possible that this marriage rumours is unfounded and far-fetched. My prerogative is known to me only.”

Psychologist shoots down father’s attempt to reunite with defiled 15-year-old daughter E-mail

A social psychologist says attempts by a father to unite with of his 15-year-old child he disowned after she was defiled. is only a “face-saving move.”

Peace Tetteh, the psychologist, is certain if the matter had not become public, the father of the child would not have changed his mind.

The 15-year-old girl was thrown out by her parents two years ago after she was defiled and impregnated in the Central Region.

The girl’s uncle, John Mensah, who spoke on her father’s behalf, told Joy News the parent took the action because of the 15-year-old’s unwillingness to halt her relationship with the man who impregnated her.

Ayariga vows to redeem Ghana's football image E-mail

Youth and Sports Minister Mahama Ayariga has vowed to redeem Ghana's football image following an embarrassing exit from the 2014 World Cup.

Addressing a team of eminent football administrators and personalities the minister said he is "committed to redeeming the image of football in the world."

"I am also committed to developing the quality of football in Ghana," he added.

NDC is the most successful govt after CPP - Group E-mail

In spite of the economic challenges being experienced under the ruling National Democratic Congress, the Reform for Youth Empowerment has rated the party as the most successful government apart from the CPP.

Ghana’s debt to GDP ratio is around 50% short of the acceptable limit of 60%, and critics have condemned the government’s excessive taste for loans which they claimed nothing concrete have been realized from the country’s ballooning debt.

But the group, which has persistently defended and backed government’s decision to borrow from the Breton Woods Institution, argued the decision to borrow to finance development projects in Ghana should be the preserve of the elected government.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 July 2014 14:15
Our prayer is to find Castro dead or alive - Family E-mail

Family and friends of hiplife artiste Theophilus Tagoe popularly known as Castro, have arrived at Ada where he and a lady friend, Janet Bandu went missing Sunday.

The pair is suspected to have drowned during a Jet Ski ride at Peace Holiday Resort in Ada.

Family and friends have trooped to the town hoping for some good news from rescuers. But the rescue team has ruled out any possibility of finding the two alive.

Nana Adwoa Entsua Mensah of Radio Maxx in Takoradi reported that members of Castro’s family are keeping their hopes alive.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 July 2014 14:05
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