AMERI power deal can't be abrogated - Ace Ankomah [15th Dec 2015]

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AMERI deal can't be abrogated - Ace Ankomah

Private legal practitioner, Ace Ankonah has questioned the basis upon which some members of the public are asking for the AMERI deal to be abrogated. According to him, even though he believes the deal was rushed through, its abrogation would cost the country huge sums of money. Information about a bad deal government signed with Ameri group have emerged and government has been on the defensive since the story broke

Police arrest suspected murderer of Vodafone marketing officer

A man who allegedly killed a marketing officer of Vodafone Ghana on November 11, 2015, has been arrested by the Accra Regional Police Command. The suspect, 18-year-old Abdul Razak Ibrahim allegedly shot the deceased, Ebo Panford- Quainoo in a robbery attack at his residence at Sakumono, in the Greater Accra Region, last month. Addressing the media, the Greater Accra Regional Police Commander, COP George Dampare said a manhunt is on for the second suspect.

25-year-old nursing student arrested for fraud

A second year health assistant clinical student of the Kpembi Nurses and Midwifery School in the Northern Region, Latifa has been arrested by the Salaga police command for defrauding 40 of her mates to a tune of GH₵ 82, 347. According to the victims, they paid their tuition fees of 1,600 cedis, SRC dues 30 cedis and their index fees 45 cedis to the suspect to be paid into the schools account and the receipt submitted to the schools accounts unit due to the distance between the school and the commercial bank. But  Latifa failed to conduct the transaction and issued fake receipts to her victims

Obrafour questions GFA’s plan to lure fans with musicians

One of Ghana’s finest musicians Obrafour has waded into the debate on the move by the GFA to boost the attendance for the Ghana Premier League by using performances by top musicians in the country. The famous rapper lauded the idea but said it may not solve the issue at hand. He said involving the musicians will only be an additional cost to the association

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