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But for the swift intervention of the Chief of Tsyiome -Sabadu near Vakpo and his elders, two officers of the Ghana Police Service would have been lynched.

Detective Corporal Vincent Adorvlo and a Community Police were investigating a reported threat on the lives of a local pastor and his congregants when the town folks rounded them up at the Chief’s Palace.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko fans got injured after a VIP car transporting them from Accra to Kumasi was involved in an accident.
The accident which happened around 10am on Wednesday 18th April, 2018 at Akyem Tafo on the Accra Kumasi road saw some of the fans on the bus injured.


The VIP bus somersaulted and the supporters on board were inflicted with various degrees of injuries.

The ones injured were quickly rushed to the nearby health facility to receive treatment.

Information reaching Pulse Sports can indicate that one of the fans who had severe injuries has been admitted at the hospital.

The rest of the supporters continied the journey to Kumasi for the midweek clash.

Asante Kotoko are hosting Berekum Chelsea in Kumasi.

It is a must win game for the Porcupine Warriors who have been poor on the road lately.

Source:pulse.com.gh

A man believed to be in his early 50s has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself on a scaffold in the house he lived in at a suburb called Top 10″, near the Volta River Authority (VRA)’s Kpone Thermal Plant at Tema in the early hours of Monday.

Some four officials of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) including the former Director General, Ernest Thompson have been charged with wilfully causing financial loss to the state.

Their indictment is as a result of an investigation by EOCO on the procurement of an ICT Software costing $72 million.

The Company Secretary of SSNIT speaking during a press conference Wednesday revealed that Juliet Hasana Korama who sold the software to SSNIT is also part of the indicted persons.

EOCO started investigating SSNIT in August 2017 after it emerged that the Trust had injected $72 million on the procurement and installation of a software and other hardware systems known as the Operational Business Suite (OBS) to digitize SSNIT’s operations.

Available information from the Tema Regional Health Directorate indicates that HIV cases among adolescents in the area have risen.
The Health Directorate in 2017 recorded a startling 500 per cent increment in HIV infections among adolescents aged between 10 and 19.

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