Police arrests two for robbing Mobile Money vendor at Taifa Burkina

The Greater Accra Regional Police Command has arrested two persons  who reportedly robbed a mobile money vendor around Taifa-Burkina, a suburb of  Accra. The

Woyome fails again at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has thrown out a review application by businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome, which sought to challenge the court’s earlier decision not to

Kidnapping: Kumasi police arrest 2 suspects

The police in Kumasi have arrested two suspects for the alleged kidnapping of a 14-year-old boy at Kwamo, near Ejisu. More to follow..

Girl, 13 suspected to have been killed and ‘hanged’

A 13-year-old girl, Abigail Aklugu, was on Monday morning discovered dead and virtually sitting on the floor except for a strand of nylon rope

Abduction of Mahran Baajour in Ghana difficult to understand – Brother

A brother of the Lebanese businessman, Mahran Mustapha Baajour who was reportedly held for months in Ghana has expressed shock over the bizarre circumstances

Man jailed five years for attacking 102-year-old woman

A 27-year-old graphic designer who attacked a 102-year-old woman in his bid to rob her has been sentenced to five years imprisonment by an

Police Awaits official statement from assaulted Ghanaian Times reporters

The Police administration says it has begun investigations into the assault of three Ghanaian Times journalists by some police officers in Accra. According to

Showboy’s social media posts used as evidence in stabbing conviction

Former AMG member and social media sensation Sam Safo popularly known as Showboy will serve six years in prison for stabbing and biting an

Police CID interrogates Charles Bissue

A Presidential Staffer, Mr Charles Cromwell Nanabanyin Onuawonto Bissue, who has been accused of working against the country’s efforts to end illegal mining, has

Group protests Nana Addo’s silence on kidnapped girls in SONA

A group calling itself the Concerned Mothers Association of Takoradi staged a demonstration ON Thursday to register their displeasure over President Nana Akufo-Addo’s silence