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A bakery in Mankessim in the Central region has been ravaged by fire after a gas explosion Wednesday dawn. No injuries or deaths have been recorded.

The timely intervention of personnel of the Ghana National Fires Service averted what could have been another carnage caused by gas explosion in the country, according to an eyewitness.

The inferno, according to the fire service, was as a result of a gas leakage in the room that serves as the bakery.

Troops peacekeeping allowance cut by government

Soldiers said to be returning home from Lebanon on peacekeeping duties have been paid only $1,000 instead of $3,000 as their accrued allowances, the Republic newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Otumfuo in suspected money laundering case

The revered Ashanti King is said to have handed the money to Mark Arthur, an executive director of the Ghana International Bank, at his multimillion-pound residence in Henley-on-Thames, for deposit.