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EOCO busts Chinese woman for US$313 million money laundering deal

The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has arrested a Chinese woman for allegedly transferring $313.59 million out of the country illegally, otherwise known as money laundering, the Daily Graphic has gathered. The suspect, Chen Jianhua, was arrested and placed in police custody in Accra after EOCO found that large …

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I’m on a rescue mission – Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has told party members that he is on a mission to rescue Ghana from the abysmal performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. According to the former President, Ghanaians are “disillusioned” under the direction of the Akufo-Addo led government. “I think that Ghanaians are more …

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Free SHS: I’ll father more children – 75-year-old Chief

A septuagenarian Chief says he is tempted to father more children to enable them “enjoy” governments’ Free Senior High School policy which he describes as apt. The 75-year-old Chief of Akyem Manso in the Eastern Region, Obrempong Sintim Poku II while commending President Akufo Addo for the policy intervention which …

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Video: Wizkid, Tiwa Savage kiss on stage in Paris

Popular Nigerian singers, Tiwa Savage and Wizkid, who are supposedly best friends, shared a kiss while the latter grabbed the former’s bum on stage in Paris, France. The duo were filmed performing their spicy collaboration, ‘Malo’ when Wizkid ushered in the mother of one. The pair hugged before seemingly kissing …

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Mahama calls for Universal application of ROPAL

Former President John Mahama has called for a fair and universal application of the Representation of People’s Act (ROPAL). Speaking at the 40th Anniversary Dinner Dance of Ghana Union UK, the former President who is also the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress stated that, if the law is to …

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Mudslide: Demolish houses on Aburi rocks – MP

The Chairman of the Parliamentary select Committee on Roads and Transport Samuel Ayeh-Paye has called on NADMO and the National Security to demolish all buildings on the Aburi-peduase enclave in order to reduce the pressure on the rocks. The comment comes on the back of a second mudslide, within a …

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