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Court adjourns case of man who died at West Hills mall after Police arrest to March 2

  During the interrogation, the accused stated that he brought the Taser for self defence The District Court at Sowutuom in Accra, has remanded into police custody again, Boafo Osei Kwame, the shop manager of Max Buy Ghana Limited who used a taser to shock 33-year-old Shadrach Aloo at the …

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Parliament adjourns sitting to January 18 without passing controversial e-levy

By:brightwebtv/Nana asare barimah Parliament has adjourned sitting sine die to January 18, 2022, without passing the controversial Electronic Transaction Levy of 1.75%. This comes after the house reconvened today, Tuesday, December 21, 2021, following the abrupt suspension of sittings by the Second Deputy Speaker, Andrews Asiamah, after a fight broke …

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Court adjourns ‘kidnapped’ Takoradi woman’s case to November 11

  By:brightwebtv/nana asare barimah Josephine Panyin Mensah A Takoradi Circuit Court has adjourned the case involving Josephine Panyin Mensah, the woman who allegedly faked her kidnapping and pregnancy to November 11, 2021. His Honor Michael Cudjoe Ampadu adjourned the case because the prosecution could not furnish the court the full …

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Judge adjourns Ken Agyapong contempt case citing ‘sober reflection as reason

By:brightwebtv.com nana Asare barimah Kennedy Agyapong Justice Amos Wuntah Wuni who is hearing the Kennedy Agyapong contempt case says he’s adjourned it to October 6, 2020. An order issued by the Court sighted by JoyNews stated that, the judged reached this conclusion “upon sober reflection on the return date”. Medical …

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CAS adjourns Palmer-GFA verdict for the second time

by;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah Wilfred Kweku Osei The Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) has, for the second time, extended the date for the ruling of the hugely-anticipated case between Wilfred Kweku Osei “Palmer” and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to Tuesday, 1 September 2020. It is the second time the …

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