Rawlings to be buried in Anlo – Family insist.

The family of the the late Former President Jerry John Rawlings, the Agbotui and Allied families of former President Jerry John Rawlings have insisted that he will be buried in Anlo, which is in sharp contrast to government’s announcement. This information had been announced by Caretaker Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah on January 13, after a meeting with the Funeral Planning Committee, the family, the Anlo Traditional Council and other state agencies assisting with the funeral arrangements. The statement explained  that “the Chief and people of the Anlo State led…

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Covid19; Mps to undergo compulsory test. -Speaker of parliament

The speaker of parliament of Ghana Alban Bagbin has urged all the Members of Parliament to have a compulsory test. He made this statement with regards to the President’s speech on the rate at which the virus is spreading. “All members of parliament are requested to avail themselves for this important medical screening exercise,” the Speaker said. addressing the House on the importance of the screening, he said Covid-19 is real and deadly, “we expect all members …. to do this.” The screening which is slated for Wednesday, January 20…

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Covid -19; No nose mask, No entry in buses

Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has warned passengers against coming into the bus terminal without nose mask. Due to the rapid spread of the virus, the union has made it clear that, anyone who attempt to board the buses  without a nose mask will not be allowed to do to since we are all combating against the virus Mr. John Tetteh who is the first trustee of the Neoplan branch of the GPRTU speaking on measures they have put in place as a union hinted that; “If you don’t…

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Election petition; Tsatu Tsikata trades ”legal blows” with judge.

The second day of election petition at the supreme court over the 2020 election petition , counsel former president John Dramani Mahama, Tsatu Tsikata exchanged words with the supreme court judge upon hearing his cases. The major cases was that, the lawyer pleaded with the supreme court to question the chairperson for the electoral commission Jane Mensah on reason for the errors she made during the declaration. The lawyers then filled that Jane Mensah should accept that, there was errors during the declaration of the results. Tsatsu Tsikata got into…

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Security coordinator to Akuffo -Addo dies.

Mr. Joshua Kyeremeh, the National Security coordinator at the presidency has passed on , on Monday January 18 2021 in Accra. Report indicate that , he was battling with kidney complications at the Ga Eat Municipal Hospital, where he was allegedly receiving treatment of corona virus. Biography The late Joshua Kyeremeh was a former Director of the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) now National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) before his appointment by President Akuffo-Addo .He worked in NIB for 22 years, where he worked as command levels in the Northern ,Upper…

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Covid19; parties, rallies and others responsible for the rapid spread of the virus -Sophia Akuffo

The chairperson for the Board of Trustees for the National Covid-19 Trust Fund has explained that, she blames political rallies, parties during the Chrisman session for the rapid spread of covid19. Sophia Akuffo hinted that, during the festive session which is the Chrisman, many people forgot about the pandemic and went ahead with their business with no regard for the safety protocols. ” I stopped  watching television even before the election because my heart will be jumping. People are just excited and together without wearing nose mask.” The former Chief…

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Issues of street light in Okaikwei North.

The issue of street light have become a serious social evil in Ghana. it can be found in almost every sector of the communities with devastating effect on human character, its causes are deep rooted. Great effort has to be taken to eradicate it. It has come to a realization that, the residence of Okaikwei North constituency in the Greater Accra region lacks street light. Hence, TRUST news took upon ourselves to bring it to known. The principal road from Achimota new station through to Abaka junction has the street…

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Bagbin Distracting Government Business in Parliament Not Possible – Afenyo Markin

Honorable Alexander Afenyo Markin, the Deputy leader of the parliamentary caucus for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has stated that the honorable Speaker of the newly 8th Parliament Mr. Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin will lead the chamber accordingly. The first unbelievable history in the Ghana’s Fourth Republic, as the Speaker of Parliament elected from the opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC). It is however agitating as how President Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo’s presidency will be govern. Though, the NDC believes they are soon going to be the Majority…

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20-year-old girl murdered in Accra

Residents of Doryumu-Abeka in the Shai Osudoku District has been left to scare after a gruesome murder of a 20-year-old girl, Juliette Obu. It is noted that the said murdered Juliette was with a young man, alleged to be her boyfriend, a few minutes before her dead in a pool of blood. Reports suggest the young man who’s where about has not been discovered is been under search. The residents at the moment are unable to explain what caused the killing of the young girl many described as lively and friendly.…

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TEWU Announces National Strike On Wednesday

Teachers’ and Educational Workers’ Union (TEWU) has declared its readiness to journey on a nationwide strike beginning Wednesday, January 13, 2021. The action, according to TEWU, has been necessitated by the failure of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to conclude negotiation on their demand for better conditions of services. The Local Union Chairman of TEWU at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Mr. Charles Arthur in a discussion with the press said, for “every public university, the members of TEWU will embark on a strike…

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