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Supreme Court orders Gitmo 2 agreement released to lawyers

Ghana's supreme court has declared that the agreement between the government and the United States leading to the importation of two Guantanamo bay detainees, Mahmud Umar Muhammad Bin Atef and Khalid Muhammad Salih Al-Dhuby must be disclosed albeit only to lawyers handling the case.

Why Akans, Gas, Ewes and Northerners get called Pepeni, Eblutorwo, Ayigbefuo and Senu

A few weeks ago, there was an interesting discussion on ghanaweb following Charles Agbenu’s article in which he castigated all Ghanaian’s who regard themselves as not being northerners for looking down on people of “northern extraction” in Ghana. Agbenu’s article was a politically motivated one but the issues it raised concern us all as Ghanaians and the way we think of each other. 

Ghanaian teacher in U.K jailed 6 months for overstaying welcome

The hopes of a Ghanaian resident in the U.K to get married to her German lover so she could get protection from deportation were dashed when the polices scuppered her plans, arrested her for a court to finally sentence her to 6 months imprisonment.

Montie 3 given four months behind bars, owners to pay GH₵30,000

All the prayer sessions contemnors Godwin Ako Gunn, Alistair Nelson and Salifu Masse a.k.a. Mugabe might have had in the weeks leading to today's sentencing went up in the skies when Justice Sophia Akuffo sentenced the Montie 3 to four month imprisonment terms plus a fine of GH₵10,000, failure of which will attract another month behind bars.

Obinim 'frees' prisoner

The powers of  International God’s Way Church founder, Bishop Daniel Obinim seems to be ever-growing.

Daily Graphic reporter banned by Parliament apologises

 

The Daily Graphic reporter who was banned by Parliament for reporting that it had clandestinely changed two Constitutional Instruments (CI) which were laid before the house, Mark Anthony Vinorkor, has apologised to the House’s Privileges Committee.