The the fall out from the Supreme Court's jailing ofÂ Montie FM presenter, SalifuÂ Maase, alias Mugabe and panelists, AlistairÂ Nelson and Godwin Arko Gunn for threatening to kill the judges over their ruling in the EC-Abu Ramadan has been massive.
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-DhubyÂ must be disclosed albeit only to lawyers handling the case.
A few weeks ago, there was an interesting discussion on ghanaweb following Charles Agbenuâ€™s article in which he castigated all Ghanaianâ€™s who regard themselves as not being northerners for looking down on people of â€œnorthern extractionâ€ in Ghana. Agbenuâ€™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.Â
Residents of Hia, a farming community in the Odotobri District near Obuasi in the Ashanti Region are yet to come to terms with theÂ shocking murder of a six-year-old girl by her 17-year-old stepbrother.
George Loh, a member of the defense team of the Montie 3 says although as first time offenders his clients have been made examples of to sanitize the media landscape, there is little anyone can do except for the contemnors to brace their fate.
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 herÂ to 6 months imprisonment.
All the prayer sessions contemnorsÂ Godwin Ako Gunn, Alistair NelsonÂ andÂ Salifu Masse a.k.a. Mugabe might have had in the weeks leading to today's sentencing went up in the skies when JusticeÂ SophiaÂ Akuffo sentenced the Montie 3 to four monthÂ imprisonmentÂ terms plus a fine ofÂ GHâ‚µ10,000, failure of which will attract another month behind bars.