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NDC, Montie FM owners pay Supreme Court fines

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Network Broadcasting Limited and Zeze Media Operators of Montie FM on Thursday paid their fines as ordered by the Supreme Court.

The fines amounted to a total of GHC 90,000.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday sentenced Salifu Maase aka Mugabe, a presenter at the NDC affiliated radio station and two panelists Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, to a four month imprisonment term. They were additionally fined GHC 10,000 failure to pay at the close of Thursday July 28, would have attracted additional one month prison term.

The trio were found guilty of scandalizing the court, defying and lowering the authority of the Supreme Court and bringing it into disrepute.

Ako Gunn and Alistair on June 29, warned judges of Ghana’s highest court to be wary of their conduct in the case involving the Electoral Commission and Mr Abu Ramadan if they did not want to suffer the fate of the three members of the bench who were shot to death and burnt on Jun…

Juliet Ibrahim's Sister Marries (Official PHOTOS)

Actress and model Sonia Ibrahim and her soldier beau Collins Taabazuing had their traditional wedding on Saturday July 23, 2016 in East Legon, Accra, Ghana.

The beautiful Kru/Lebanese bride who was accompanied by her equally gorgeous sisters, Actress Juliet Ibrahim and Nadia who were on her bridal train, was absolutely stunning in her traditional garb as she looked forward to starting a new life with the charming Northener who stole her heart five years ago.
Collins proposed in November 2015 and the couple are now on their journey to forever.

Here are the official photos by OneFoto.


Supreme Court orders release of Ghana-US agreement on 'Gitmo 2'

The Supreme Court has ordered the government of Ghana to release its agreement with the United States government regarding the acceptance of two Guantanamo Bay detainees into the country.

The release of the documents, according to the court, is to be made available only to the lawyers in the matter.

This followed the submission of the verbal agreement otherwise referred to as “Note Verbalizes” in diplomatic circles between the Government of Ghana and its American counterpart, to the court on July 12, 2016, by the Attorney General.

This was because the agreement, according to the AG, was confidential and any disclosure in the public or open court would violate section 1 of the State Secrets ACT, 1962 (Act 101).

But scrutinizing the agreement, the judges were of the view the release of the documents to the lawyers would not result in any security threat.


Two Ghanaian citizens, Margaret Bamful and Henry Nana Boakye, sued the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, togethe…

Angry youth burn house over murdered taxi driver

Some irate youth of Akyem Oda in the Eastern Region have set a house ablaze following the murder of a taxi driver in the area.
They believe the caretaker of the house has something to do with the death of the driver whose name has be given as Abontia.
Speaking to Joy News Eastern Regional correspondent, Kofi Siaw, an eyewitness narrated that Abontia, 30, who drives a KIA Picanto taxi took some men to Oda on Wednesday evening.
Halfway through the journey, Abontia was kidnapped by the men and butchered to death and left his body in front of the burnt house.

A locally manufactured single-barreled gun was found by Abontia's side when the body was discovered.
The eyewitness says a report by someone who chanced on the dead body drew their attention at about 1:00 a.m Thursday morning to rush to the scene.
They suspected the caretaker of the house, who bolted when he saw the crowd, might have killed Abontia. As a result, the angry youth set house fire ablaze.
It took a joint Police reinforce…

Prez Mahama Buys Manasseh Azure’s Book For GHC13,000

President John Mahama on Wednesday bought a copy of journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni’s book for GHC13,000.

The journalist who is famed for his numerous works against corruption launched his book ‘Voice of conscience’ at the Christ the King Parish hall in Accra.
Mr. Mahama who recently became a target for Manasseh’s work reportedly told the gathering through a representative that he follows his works closely and believes he is playing a role in shaping the nation.

The President and his conduct recently became a matter of public discussion after Manasseh revealed in his investigative report that Mr. Mahama, while a vice president, received a Ford vehicle gift from a Burkinabe contractor who had won a contract in Ghana.

The matter is currently being probed by the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice.

Source: Starr Fm

I'm Dating A Businessman - Becca

Ghanaian songstress Becca has revealed that she is in a relationship with a man who understands and accepts her for who she is.

It has been widely speculated in the past weeks by a section of the media that Becca and hi-life artiste Bisa Kdei are in love and secretly engaged.

The two have been seen together at different places and released a remix of ‘Hwe’ which intensively fuelled the rumour. 
But speaking on 3FM’s Urban Blend hosted by Miriam Agyemang, Becca revealed that she has been seeing someone for some time and it is definitely not Bisa Kdei “I am seeing someone and it’s definitely not Bisa Kdei and he knows that and the closest people around me know it.

“He is just a business person and does his own personal stuff and he is very private too.”

She described her lover as calm and a down-to-earth person who understands her and accepts her for who she is and said he is exactly the kind of person she needed.

“I needed somebody who understands what I do and accepts me the…

Obama: ‘We'll carry Clinton to victory’

US President Barack Obama has implored voters to help continue his legacy by carrying Hillary Clinton to victory at the polls in November.
Mr Obama praised Mrs Clinton at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, as the most qualified person ever to run for the White House.
He said voters faced a choice between hope and fear, attacking "homegrown demagogue" Republican Donald Trump.
But Mr Trump rejected the president's optimistic portrayal.

"Our country does not feel 'great already' to the millions of wonderful people living in poverty, violence and despair," he said on Twitter.
Vice-President Joe Biden also delivered his own spirited address, saying Mr Trump "backs torture", "religious intolerance" and "betrays our values".
"He has no clue about what makes America great," Mr Biden said, before the crowd started chanting, "Not a clue!"
The president closed the evening by recounting his key victories ove…