Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me

Social (430)

The Ashanti regional police command have arrested suspects Sulleyman Musah 19years, Abdulai Umar 18years and Lawson Hubert Joli 19 years for their involvement in the shooting of one Osman Abdulai Karim 17, during a street jam at Manhyia bonjour near Asawasi on the night of Tuesday 27th June 2017 during the Eid festivities. According to COP Ken Yeboah who is the regional Commander, all the three suspects went into hiding after the act until their arrest on Tuesday. Sulleyman Musah confessed to shooting the victim in the head with a locally manufactured pistol. He also confessed to have bought the pistol from one Fuseini now at large at a cost of Ghc 300.00, which he used to commit the crime. According to DCOP Ken Yeboah, Suleman Musah confessed to have personally fired the shot which killed Abdul Karim in the head with a locally made pistol. Musah claimed to have bought the pistol from one Fuseni now at large for Three Hundred Ghana Cedis (GHC300). Musah narrated that a scuffle ensued between him and one Shatta a couple of months before the incident at Bonjour. Musah also revealed to the Police that he bought the pistol to attack Shatta in revenge after a tip off that he [shatta] would be at the street jam. “All the three suspects, Suleman Musah, Abdulai Karim and Lawson Hubert Joli are in police custody assisting in investigation whilst efforts are being made to arrest Fuseni,” DCOP Yeboah said.   By: Kwabena Amoateng
A farmer and resident at Tumu in the Upper West Region, Abass Osman, has allegedly poisoned his six year (6) old physically disabled son to death. The suspect aged 40 according to Abubakar Nuhu, our correspondent, carried out the act on the premise that, the child was a bad luck and tied his progress. According to Nuhu, the farmer is a divorcee and had been in custody of the deceased child, Mohammed Abass since he divorced the mother. He is currently in police custody assisting with investigations.    
Speaker of Parliament Professor Mike Ocquaye has stated categorically that Ghana will not decriminalize homosexuality as requested by Amnesty International.         The Speaker made the comments when Human Rights group, Amnesty International paid a courtesy call on him at Parliament on Tuesday.   Is amnesty International going to tell us that many countries are doing that so you too have to accept homosexuality, to accept bestiality because [it] is also becoming a human right in some countries. “The right for a human being to sleep with an animal is also becoming a human right and we are tired with some of these things and we must be frank about it,” Professor Ocquaye said.         Amnesty International has raised concerns over the human rights violation of the Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual and Intersex People (LGBT) in the country.     Consensual same-sex relations between men remained a criminal offence. Local organizations reported that LGBTI people continued to face police harassment as well as discrimination, violence and instances of blackmail in the wider community, Amnesty International has lamented.   But the Speaker says Ghana will not decriminalize homosexual as requested by the Amnesty International.   The Speaker in February this year, called for an amendment of the law to completely ban homosexuality in Ghana.   Speaking during a courtesy call by the Royal House Chapel led by its founder Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, Prof. Oquaye said existing legislations are not clear of the illegality of the practice. “It is unfortunate that people have become so liberal that they will want to liberalise Christianity…even priests are approving of homosexuality and allowing a man and a man [to] marry, a woman and a woman [to] marry and these are manifest abominations.   “I trust that with your kind of insistence, the Parliament of Ghana…will find its way clear in strengthening the laws to ban homosexuality as they exist. As for this, may God forbid that it becomes a Ghanaian culture,” Prof. Oquaye said.
Thirty-four (34) suspects in the murder trial of the late Major Maxwell Mahama were on Wednesday 21 June, discharged 34 by the Accra District Court. They were however re-arrested  o allow the police join them to a similar case in which 24 others have been charged following the murder. Prosecutors prayed the court discharge the 34 suspects to enable them consolidate the process. According to them, it will be proper to have one charge sheet for all the suspects since there are currently three charge sheets. The 58 suspects were brought to court in two police trucks with heavily armed police officers. Residents around the court premises stormed the premises to catch a glimpse of the suspects connected to the murder of the late Major who was lynched on May 29, 2017 at Denkyira-Obuasi.    
A Community Police Assistant with the Motor Traffic And Transport Department (MTTD), Sosu Bernard 25, and two others namely, Isaac a  driver’s mate 35, William Ahiavi a sprayer at Banana Inn 26, have been arrested for posing as security officers. The suspects according to the police wore police and military uniforms to engage in unlawful acts and terrorising of residents at Kasoa and its environs. The three were arrested on June 17, 2017 and items including pepper spray, ammunitions, weapons and handcuffs were retrieved. The three purportedly stormed Budumburam in the Central Region to apprehend victims they said were doing ‘illegal businesses.’ The Kasoa District Police Commander, Superintendent Stephen Ahiatafu, confirmed to Rainbow Radio’s Kwabena Agyekum Banahene that several complainants about their operations had been received by the police and that they were being wanted. Their modus operandi is to spray peeper into the eyes of their victims and robbed them of various sums of money. They have been detained and will soon be arraigned before court.    
An attempt by two Nigerians to rob a couple of GH¢600 they had cashed from a bank was foiled by a motor rider near the Flagstaff House in Accra. The Nigerians, Ndubueze Odoemenam, 22, and Chiokoko Amade, 25, are said to have perforated the tyres of the couple’s vehicle, while they were in the banking hall. After the couple had cashed their money from the bank the suspects who were riding an unregistered motorbike, trailed them from the bank. Perforated tyres The Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Mrs Afia Tenge, said at about 11 a.m., the couple came out of a banking hall at Osu after withdrawing GH¢600. She said the couple entered the vehicle and drove off without knowing that the back tyres had been perforated with a nail which was stuck in a bathroom slipper. After a few minutes of driving, she said, the couple had a flat tyre and as soon as they came out of their vehicle to attend to the flat tyre, the Nigerians pounced on them. The suspected robbers forcibly opened the vehicle, took the money which was in a bag and sped off on the motorbike. Good Samaritan However, another motor rider who was passing by witnessed the scene and gave the robbers a hot chase. When he caught up with them at the Afrikiko Traffic Light, the unnamed motorbike rider used his helmet to hit one of the suspects who was riding the motorbike. The Nigerian motorbike rider and the rider crashed into a commercial Sprinter vehicle and fell off the motorbike, while the money was scattered on the road. Ironically, passengers on the commercial vehicle were said to have mistaken the Good Samaritan for a robber who was attacking the Nigerians and had attempted to beat him up. The timely intervention of a police officer of the Rapid Deployment Force Unit of the Ghana Police Service, Assistant Superintended of Police (ASP) Mr Nanka Bruce, who arrived on the scene, prevented the mob from attacking the Good Samaritan. The suspected robbers who sustained injuries on their faces and arms were sent to the Police Hospital for first aid, after which they were taken to the Cantonments Police Station. The damaged motorbike was impounded and is in the possession of the Cantonments Police Station. – Source: Graphic.com.gh 
A forty-two (42) year-old man has allegedly stabbed his fiancée who is a student at the University of Ghana.   The suspect Ibrahim Musah who is currently  in the custody of the Legon Police stabbed the victim in the neck Friday evening after he visited and saw another male in her [victim’s] room. The victim, Zara Hussein is a Diploma in Adult Education student and a resident of Akuafo Hall. According to reports, the suspect came to visit the victim but was angered by the presence of another guy who felt was a rival with whom the victim was cheating. He is reported to have picked a quarrel with the victim and slapped the other man he saw in the room went out and came back with a broken ceramic with which he stabbed the victim. Students on campus reportedly arrested  and handed him over the police where he confessed to the crime. Meanwhile, the victim is on admission at the hospital receiving treatment.    
  1. Popular
  2. Trending


« July 2017 »
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
          1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30