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Charlotte Osei could remain in office during corruption probe – Lawyer

A private legal practitioner, Yaw Oppong, has suggested that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei, could remain in her position while a probe is conducted into alleged acts of malfeasance by her and two deputies at the Commission.

Koforidua Sec Tech student dies from suspected meningitis

A second-year student of the Koforidua Secondary Technical School in the Eastern Region has died from a suspected case of meningitis.

The male student, whose name has been withheld, died at the Regional Government Hospital in Koforidua on Friday, November 8.

Lebanese rape suspect will face court – Police

The police administration is confident it will have a strong case enough to put before court the Lebanese boss suspected to have raped his Ghanaian house help at his home in Accra.

Tears flow for KABA at one week observation

One week of the passing of ace broadcaster, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong (KABA) is being commemorated at the forecourt of Multimedia group Ltd in Accra.

NIA misses registration schedule; process likely to start in 2018

The National Identification Authority (NIA), is likely to extend the timeline set for it to begin registration of Ghanaians onto its database, and the instant issuance of the newly revamped National Identification card also known as Ghana card.

Deputy Chief Executive of the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), Dr. Poku Adusei, has revealed that the Authority will in due course publish names of electrical cable brands that failed its critical safety requirement test for conductor resistance.

A nationwide surveillance conducted by the GSA last Friday revealed that, more than 70 per cent of all imported electrical cable brands on the market were substandard and could cause fires.

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