ANAS JUDGE SUES CID OVER ‘BRIBE’
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Justice Paul Uutter Dery, one of the 12 high court judges implicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas bribery and corruption scandal, has sued the Director General of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service.
DVLA $3.6M DEAL TURNS $9.9M
The Parliamentary Select Committee on Transport is investigating how the sum if a contract awarded to Foto-X by the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Authority (DVLA) to print driving licences mysteriously jumped from $3.6 million to $9.9 million – almost thrice the actual contract sum.
4 ASAWASE MURDER SUSPECTS CAGED
Four suspects allegedly involved in the murder of Abubakar Sadiq, an activist of the New Patriotic Party in the Asawase constituency in Kumasi, including the constituency chairman, Isaac Brenya, have been remanded in police custody by the Asokwa magistrate court to reappear on November 24, 2015.
BDCS CRY FOR FAIR PLAY BETWEEN PRIVATE COMPANIES, GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
The Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors is calling for fairness and non-discrimination in the administration and implementation of policy actions governing Forex Supply, Privileged Margins, Zonalisation and the use of industry infrastructure, among others.
DON’T MAKE POWER MINISTER SCAPEGOAT
Son of the first President of Ghana Onsy Nathan Kwame Nkrumah has stated that President John Mahama should not use the current Power Minister, Kwabena DOnkor, as a scapegoat if the power crisis is not resolved.
NPP YOUTH, WOMEN’S ORGANISERS REMANDED
An Askowa Magistrates Court has remanded three suspects arrested in connection with the murder of the New Patriotic Party supporter Abubakar Saddiq last Friday.
TELECOM COMPANIES SUMMONED OVER BOX FRAUD
Reports available to the General Telegraph indicates that the Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah has summoned an emergency meeting with the players in the telecom industry.
ALAN KYEREMATEN URGES NPP TO RISE ABOVE PARTY CRISIS
A leading member of the New Patriotic Party, Alan Kyerematen, has expressed regret over the infighting in the party and prevailed upon the rank and file of the members to rise from the crisis to be stronger to battle the 2016 general election with a united front.
ICT CHAMBER TO PAY $83M TO RETAIN LTE
Members of the Ghana ICT Chamber are prepared t pay government $83 million to keep the LTE business in the hands of indigenous companies, BFT sources have revealed.
TULLOW OUTPUT HELPS BRIDGE GAS DEFICIT
The CEO of Tullow Oil plc, Aidan Heavey, says the company is working hard to start production of oil and gas from its Tweneboa Enyerra and Ntomme (TEN) fields by mid-2016.
CHANGE OF GUARD AT UT BANK – AMOABENG OUT, ANTEI-ASIMENG IN
The CEO of UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng has served notice to leave the company he co-founded 18 years ago by the end of this year. The Position of Mr Amoabeng who has been adjudged Ghana’s Most Respected CEO three times in a row is set to be taken over by the current COO of the bank, Stephen Antwi-Asimeng.
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