GPRTU blames government for transport fare increment

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has defended its decision to increase transport fares by 10 per cent but blamed government for allowing consistent increment in fuel prices, which influenced the current increment. Transport fares were increased by 10 per cent on June 4, across the country; Mr Hope Ahiamadzie, Chairman of the Accra New Town Branch of GPRTU […]

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Probe begins against proprietor who did not register candidates

The Northern Regional Police Command has began probing what led to the failure of the Proprietor of the Tamale based Prince of Peace International School, Sulemana Saeed, to register a total of seventy-five candidates for this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). The seventy-five candidates of the school were turned away at Northern School of Business Examination Center after they […]

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Anas exposé: Mahama’s name pops up in $8m Nyantakyi scandal

The Forensic Financial Unit of the Police CID is investigating the second leg of controversial Anas video in which the Ghana Football Association President is accused of fraud and influence peddling. It is emerging former government officials, including the ex-president John Mahama may be investigated by the police CID over claims they benefitted from donations by investor friends linked to […]

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