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MPs are not saints; times are hard – Minority Leader

The Minority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu has asked for circumspection in dealing with the judiciary in the wake of the current corruption scandal, as according to him, the system is also made up of fallible officials just like ...

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Police beat, arrest Let My Vote Count protesters

Some of the Let My Vote Count Alliance protesters have been beaten and others arrested by the Police for allegedly using unapproved routes in their march to demand a new electoral roll. The police fired tear gas and beat protesters ...

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Anas storms court

Popular investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas yesterday stormed the court for the first time following his mind-blowing exposé on massive corruption in the judiciary. He went to the court complex on the High Street in Accra at the invitation of ...

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Freeze assets of ‘corrupt’ judges

Security experts and anti-corruption crusaders have called on the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) and the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) to launch full-scale investigations into assets of all persons allegedly involved in the corruption scandal that has hit the ...

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Retired judge weeps over Judicial scandal

A retired Appeal Court Judge, Justice Henrrietta Abban on Tuesday shed tears uncontrollably after a grimy picture was painted about how corruption has pierced the leadership of national institutions. As she paced up sobbing, she murmured “our whole society is ...

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NDC man defends ‘corrupt’ judges

Deputy National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has called the bluff of those calling on the ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to show the damning video of judges collecting bribes. According to Kwaku Boahen, it is ...

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Chief Justice asked to resign amidst judicial scandal

A former Director of the Ghana School of Law, Kweku Ansah Asare, is calling for the head of the Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood, saying she must bear the brunt of all the allegations levelled against the judiciary. “If this ...

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Illiteracy rate in Northern Region is 62.8% – Population Officer

Chief Alhassan Issahaku Amadu, Northern Region Population Officer has indicated that 62.8 per cent of persons in the region are illiterates with a larger percentage of the figure being women. He said the situation is very worrying because it has ...

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Anas appears in court today

Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been summoned to appear before the five-member body hearing impeachment petition he filed against 34 judges in Ghana. The undercover Journalist in a two-year investigative piece has established the complicity of some 34 Judges ...

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Judicial scandal: Indicted Justice Derry sues Anas

Justice Paul Derry, one of the High Court judges who were caught allegedly taking bribes in the latest corruption expose’ in Ghana’s judiciary by Anas Aremeyaw Anas has sued the investigative journalist over the act. He is seeking 17 reliefs ...

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