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BLOODY DAY IN ASHANTI

Bloody and violent scenes were recorded in two towns in the Ashanti Region Wednesday, resulting in the loss of three lives.

AFRICAN FIRST LADIES ATTEND SEXUAL HEALTH AND RIGHTS CONFAB

President John Mahama is rallying support from African governments for African First Ladies in their fight against HIV and AIDS.

₵10,000 BOUNTY FOR ARRESTED OF MPS KILLERS

The Police Administration has placed a ₵10,000 bounty on the head of the killer of Joseph Boakye Danquah-Adu, the Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North.

2 SHOT DEAD IN KUMASI RIOT

Two persons are feared dead as several others sustained life-threatening injuries in bloody renewed clashes on Wednesday between natives of Tafo, a suburb of Kumasi and some Muslim youth over the construction of a fence wall at the local cemetery.

COPS KILL 2 BROTHERS

A tutor at the Asante Mampong Midwifery Training School and his younger brother, who were on a motorbike, were in the wee hours of Wednesday allegedly shot dead by a police patrol team, who mistook them for armed robbers.

₵10,000 BOUNTY ON MPS KILLERS

The homicide unit of the Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has taken over investigations into the gruesome murder of the Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North, Joseph Boakye Danquah-Adu

BRITISH FUGITIVE SUSPECT TO BE SENT BACK TODAY

The British fugitive, who allegedly murdered his girlfriend and two children in the United Kingdom and fled to Ghana, is to be repatriated to his home country, Thursday.

POLICE GUN DOWN 2 BROTHERS

Two brothers were mistakenly killed by police on Wednesday, during a robbery at the Mampong Midwifery Training College, in the Ashanti region.

GUN BATTLE AT BORMAA AS CHIEF STORMS TOWN WITH ARMED MEN

There was a gun battle between the bodyguards of Nana Abrima kwafo Akofo, the chief of Bormaa, and an irate youth of the town, in the Tano North District of the Brong Ahafo Region.

BANKS TO GET TOUGH ON LENDING

Following the rising non-performing loans, banks in the country have begun reviewing their credit policies in order to reduce bad debts on their books.

IMF POSITION ON ECONOMIC REJECTED

Recent remarks by the International Monetary Fund on the state of the Ghanaian economy have not gone down well with businesses, labour and some economists in the country.

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