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Showing posts from December 18, 2019

Three Ghanaian pastors in London paid themselves half a million pounds out of church’s charity account

Three former trustees of a north London Christian charity have been found to have paid themselves more than £450,000 ($591,000) of unauthorized sums.

48-hour detention: Courts must sit on weekends, public holidays – Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court has in a unanimous decision ruled that courts are to sit on weekends and public holidays to deal with issues that affect personal liberty.

South African court grants damages over boy's latrine death

South Africa's appeals court has granted damages to the family of a five-year-old boy who fell into a pit latrine at school and drowned in 2014.

Mercy Johnson Okojie and hubby expecting baby number 4

Mercy Johnson Okojie and her hubby, Prince Okojie, are expecting their 4th child. The couple got married in 2011 and already have three children, a boy and two girls.

Trump writes letter to Nancy Pelosi hours before House commences impeachment vote

US president, Donald Trump has written a letter to the speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi and it is very damning.

Rwanda's Kagame 'most likely' to step down in 2024

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame says it is possible that he will not be a candidate when next citizens go to the polls in 2024.

President Akufo-Addo Swears In 3 Supreme Court Justices

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has tasked Justices of the Supreme Court to ensure the strict application of the laws of the land, and do so without fear or favour, affection or ill-will, and, therefore, without recourse to the political, religious or ethnic affiliations of any citizen of the land.

Ghanaian man convicted for $3m romance fraud in US

A resident of Virginia identified as Henry Asomani has been convicted by a US court after being found guilty of a $3 million scam that ripped off people looking for love online.