Wa, Nov. 6, GNA – The security atmosphere in the Sissala West District of the Upper West Region has remained calm after the Magistrate Court in Wa remanded seven suspects arrested in connection with recent disturbances in the District.
Accra, Oct 30, GNA - Philip Akpeena Assibit, a Representative of Goodwill International Group (GIG) has said there was no position as a Managing Consultant at the Management Development Productivity Institute (MDPI).
Accra, Oct. 10, GNA- Akosua Adjepong, an ace musician and her brother have been put before a Circuit Court in Accra over fraudulent sale of land costing GH¢160,000.00.
Accra Oct. 10, GNA - Prosecution in the late J. B. Danquah Adu, Member of Parliament (MP) for Abuakwa North, murder trial on Tuesday prayed the court to order the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital to provide the Police with full autopsy report.
Accra Sept. 27, GNA - Two Nigerians who used their motor bike to rob a Pastor of GHc1,700.00 at Kokomlemle have appeared before an Accra Circuit Court.
Kumasi, Sept 27, GNA – Four persons have run into trouble with the law for illegally tampering with electricity meters installed in their homes to evade payment of bills to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).
Sekondi, July 12, GNA - A Takoradi Circuit Court has remanded 10 persons including a woman into prison custody for their alleged involvement in the recent clashes at the Sekondi Central Mosque.
Kumasi, July 12, GNA - A 55-year old man, who forged a building document and used that as collateral to secure a loan has been sentenced to three months imprisonment by a Kumasi Circuit Court.
Accra May 18, GNA - The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) has noted with disquiet the discharge of eight persons of the Delta Force group by a Kumasi Circuit Court on May 17 this year supposedly based on the advice of the Attorney General’s Department.
Kumasi, May 18, GNA – The KMA Circuit Court has adjourned the case involving 13 members of a group calling itself “the Delta Force”, and reported to be aligned with the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), to June 15.