The National Media Commission has ruled that the content of a broadcast by Joy FMâ€™s Super Morning Show Host Mr. Kojo Yankson on January 13 2016 about two GITMO detainees was misleading to the public and not fair to Mrs. Marietta Brew Appiah-Opong,
Justice Paul Baffoe Bonnie, one of the Supreme Court judges who was supposed sit in the contempt case involving some two panelists, a radio host and management of Accra-based Montie FM, has refused himself from the case.
Two men have been nabbed by the The Anti Human Trafficking Unit of the Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for allegedly masterminding the trafficking of six children and selling them to some slave masters in the Volta Region and Saudi Arabia.
Three men, Sazak Gbegie, Kennedy Ansah, and Jerry Amoah, aged 35, 34 and 26 respectively have been sentenced to a total of 100 years imprisonment with hard labour by a circuit court at Agona Swedru for robbery.
Daily Graphic reporter, Mark-Anthony Vinorkor, has been banned from reporting on Parliamentary activities forÂ allegedly putting up a reportage in the national newspaper on one of parliamentâ€™s activities which the House deemed inaccurate.
The Kantanka Automobile Assembly Plant at Gomoa Mpota had a terrific work day when Ghanaâ€™s Vice-President took delivery of two Kantanka Onantefuo 4X4 vehicles for state use with delivery of a third anticipated soon.