MPs accused Teachers of Impregnating Teenagers in the Central Region

Members of Parliament (MPs) have bemoaned the increasing spate of teenage pregnancy among some students by their teachers and other professionals including lawyers and engineers. According to the MPs, stiffer punishments must be meted out to culprits, most especially teachers who take advantage of their vulnerable female teachers and impregnate them. Their

Central Region: MTN Ghana Holds Stakeholders And Media Interactions

  Scancom  Limited, operators of MTN Ghana has organized a stakeholder and Media forum in the Central Region to enumerate on some of its exploits and the plans for the future. Addressing the forum, Mrs Cynthia Lumor, the Corporate affairs Director of the company touched on some of the success stories of

South African Court Bans Schools From eligious Favourtism

The South Gauteng High Court in South Africa has declared that public schools should not favour any one religion over others. The Organisation for Religious Education and Democracy brought the case against six schools with a Christian ethos. In it’s application, the organisation argued that the schools’ decision to stop scientific

Exhumation Of Corpse: Chief, 13 Others Remanded Into Police Custody

A District Court in Assin Fosu, the Capital of Assin Central District presided over by His Lordship Samuel Ntim Jnr, has remanded into police custody, the Chief of Assin Dansame, and thirteen other accomplices for exhuming a corpse that was publicly displayed. On Monday, June 26, the Chief, Nana Twum Barimah

I Did Not Take NLA Cash; Finance Committee Member Pleads

In a new twist to the National Lotteries Authority cash-for-law-amendment scandal with Parliament, a member of the Finance Committee in the last Parliament has denied ever receiving any cash. Dr Mark Assibey Yeboah said he neither signed nor received any amount from the booty paid by the NLA to push through

MPs Who Took NLA Cash Can’t Be Punished – Parliament

Parliament cannot sanction members of the Finance Committee who received money from the National Lottery Authority (NLA) to deliberate on a Lottery Law, Director of Public Relations has stated. According to Kate Addo, members of the committee that benefited from the act belonged to the 6th parliament which ceased to function

NLA Saga: Former CHRAJ Boss Calls For Thorough Independent Investigation

A former boss of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has called for immediate investigations into the circumstances under which National Lotteries Authority (NLA) paid monies to some parliamentarians. Justice Francis Emile Short described the payment as a very serious allegation, which has implications on the image and