Information gathered from the corridors of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital indicates that a number of suspects who have been referred for mental examination in the course of their trial for various offences have been abandoned at the hospital for years, with some of them having been there for over 30 years.
The National Labour Commission(NLC) is advising aggrieved staffs of Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel to officially petition the commission over concerns of alleged racist treatment meted out to them by the management of the hotel.
In a farming community near Elmina in the Central Region, precisely Bantuma a fishmonger has been banished for refusing to pay fines imposed on her by the Edina Traditional Council and the Bantuma Fishmongers Association.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament is asking the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to refund about GHȻ6.5 million belonging to National Service Secretariat (NSS) that it says it is using as evidence to prosecute some officials.
The Accra High Court has ordered a former National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Salaga South, Ibrahim Dey Abubakari, to pay GH¢1.5 million in damages to a former National Security Advisor, Alhaji Baba Kamara, for defaming him.
A mobile currency exchange vendor who outwitted two suspected robbers by giving them a bag stuffed with rags instead of one with $60,000 received gunshots in his leg and the back of his head in the precincts of the Fiesta Royale Hotel at Dzorwulu in Accra last Friday.
President Akufo-Addo has now commented on the recent floods that claimed some 10 lives in Accra after receiving several backlashes from a section of Ghanaians after sending condolence messages to France following the fire at the Notre-Dame cathedral.
Abu Ramadan who is a Deputy Director General of the National Disaster Management Organisation [NADMO] says although the country needs to find lasting solutions to the floods, our attitudes need to change.