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October 31, 2017 2:51 PM Stop attacks or face the law– Blay warns NPP hooligans

Acting National Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay, has warned vigilante groups aligned to the party to desist from violent acts or face the full rigorous of the law. “Law is law, and it must be enforced in this country. So I will ask that if they [vigilante groups] are our members they should stop doing that because people 71

October 31, 2017 10:47 AM More Security Personnel Deployed To Curb Violence In Yendi, Kwahu East

More security personnel have been deployed to Yendi in the Northern Region; Dwerebeafe, Oboyan and Mpaemu in the Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region following acts of violence involving some locals and Fulanis, leading to the death of 11 people. Two persons were confirmed dead in the Yendi municipality, while nine were said to have been killed 86

October 31, 2017 7:43 AM Tamale Stadium to be named after Aliu Mahama Nov. 16

Barring any last minute hitches, the Tamale Sports Stadium in the Northern region will be named after the late Vice President Alhaji Aliu Mahama next month. The president announced at the Flagstaff House Monday that he will confer with the Sports minister and issue an executive instrument effecting the change by November 16, which marks the 6th anniversary 68

October 31, 2017 12:11 AM Congressional Republicans tiptoe carefully around charges leveled by Mueller

They sidestepped it. They expressed alarm but not outrage. They said Congress should consider taking action. But they cautioned against moving too aggressively. Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s decision to charge three former officials from President Trump’s campaign sparked an array of responses from congressional Republicans Monday. But there 138

October 30, 2017 8:40 PM No loopholes in digital addressing system

Ghana Post has dismissed claims of interference with its security set up for the controversial digital addressing software, GhanaPost GPS. The Deputy Manager in charge of Finance and Administration, Kweku Tabi Amponsah told Joy News Monday their checks do no show a breach of security. The $2.5 million software has been criticized by some IT expert as being 53

October 30, 2017 2:27 PM "It's now turned into war"- 8 dead in 6 days of clashes with herdsmen

Renewed clashes between nomadic herdsmen and residents in the Kwahu East district of the Eastern region have left 8 persons dead in less than a week. Leader of the Kwahu Youth for Social Development, Solomon Tettey told Myjoyonline.com, the killings began last week Tuesday after three herdsmen were found dead. In what appears to be a reprisal, the herdsmen 84

October 30, 2017 1:10 AM Ghana gets $5m from US to fight child trafficking

The United States government through the Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Office has supported anti-human trafficking institutions in Ghana with $5 million to fight child trafficking and forced child labour. The beneficiary institutions include; IOM and Free the Slaves, an NGO, which formed part of the Child Protection Compact (CPC) Partnership signed between 67

October 29, 2017 4:54 PM Women in Builsa South trained to improve their businesses

Fumbisi (UER) Oct 29, GNA - One Hundred and Twenty-Eight women in the Builsa South District in the Upper East Region have been trained to improve their businesses by adding value to some raw products. They were trained on best methods of rice parboiling/processing, shea butter extraction, malt processing, soap making, dawadawa processing and groundnut 29

October 28, 2017 2:45 PM Social Work students want to learn more about cerebral palsy

Some students from the Department of Social Work, University of Ghana, will on Monday start their concurrent field work at the With God Cerebral Palsy Centre, an inclusive centre for children with cerebral palsy. The students said as part of their academic work they were required to work with social groups and were directed to the centre. They indicated 55

October 28, 2017 11:33 AM Tanzania deports three S. Africans for 'promoting homosexuality'

Tanzania has deported three South African lawyers arrested last week for "promoting homosexuality", their organisation said in a statement. The Initiative for Strategic Litigation (ISLA) in Africa said that the three had been "deported earlier this evening", in the statement dated Friday. The lawyers were amongst a group of 13 people, including a Ugandan 115