NAM 1’s accounts frozen – EOCO

Reliable information available to Adomonline.com indicates that the bank accounts of the embattled businessman, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM 1, has been frozen. A source at the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) said they were in court to secure an order to freeze his other assets, pending investigations. NAM 1 has been arrested in Dubai over a […]

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‘My office was almost forgotten in 2019 budget’ – Amidu

The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta in November 2018, announced a GH¢180 million budgetary allocation to the Office of Special Prosecutor to help it effectively undertake its mandate in 2019. However, that wouldn’t have happened if the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu had not been persistent and taken personal initiatives in that regard. Mr. Martin Amidu, who spoke exclusively to Citi […]

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Ayawaso West Wuogon MP Kyeremateng Agyarko dead

The Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West in Accra Emmanuel Kyeremanteng Agyarko has died. The New Patriotic Party MP who is brother of former Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko passed on at a hospital in the United States after a protracted ailment. Mr Kyeremanteng Agyarko was a pharmacist, medical doctor, and a politician born on December 10, 1957 at Odumase Krobo […]

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Otabil, ICGC, 13 others sued for ‘serious financial loss’ at Capital Bank

Popular pastor, Mensa Otabil, and his church International Central Gospel Church are among 15 shareholders and directors of defunct Capital Bank sued over the collapse of the bank. The Plaintiffs Messrs Vish Ashiagbor and Eric Nana Nipah from PricewaterhouseCoopers say the bank’s collapse was a “direct result’ of defendants’” “‘misgovernance” and “willful” breaches of banking regulations. The writ of summons […]

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KNUST lecturers cane students, others ordered to kneel in rain – Concerned Katangees

Former students of KNUST have catalogued abuses students suffer which triggered violent protest Monday. A seven-page press statement by the ‘Concerned Fellows of Kantanga Hall’ said KNUST lecturers are known to cane students. The statement submitted links to video evidence of caning of some students including females. Some believe the caning was light-hearted and jovial. But the students who are […]

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Parliament to verify 116 dams

Parliament’s Committee on Food, Agriculture and Cocoa Affairs is expected to visit various sites in the Northern Region where the government says it has built or is building dams as part of the One village-One dam policy. The move, according to the Vice Chairman of the committee, Abraham Odoom, will enable the members to verify the claims and counter-claims. The […]

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