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Ghanaian Pastors, Judges and lawyers GUILTY of open sex in vehicles at night-Maurice Ampaw

  By:brightwebtv.com/Nana asare barimah               Private Legal Practitioner, Maurice Ampaw has revealed that some pastors, judges, lawyers and bankers have resorted to sleeping with their girlfriends in their vehicles at night and in some cases are arrested by the police. It is not known …

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Men who stole 9 goats from neighbor told court it was “April fool” and pleaded not guilty.

  By:brightwebtv.com/Nana asare barimah         It was all drama and laughter on Wednesday morning at the Ejusu District Court in the Ashanti Region, as 4 suspect gentlemen who appeared before court for allegedly stealing 7 fat goats from their neighbor pleaded not guilty with the claims that, …

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INTERNET FRAUD: 5 Ghanaians plead guilty in New York court after duping U.S businesses and wiring $10m to Ghana

    By:brightwebtv.com/bright Agyapong Five Ghanaians, four of whom who were arrested in the United States and one arrested in Ghana, all for internet fraud, popularly known as Sakawa have pleaded guilty with hope of a lighter sentence, MyNewsGh.com has learnt.   The first four defendants – Tourey Ahmed Rufai …

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Ken Agyapong found guilty, set to be suspended in parliament

by;brightwebrv.com/bright Agyapong Controversial Member of Parliament for Assin Central Ken Ohene Agyapong who described Ghana’s parliament as “cheap and useless,” has been found guilty for contempt, and is to be suspended by the House. The privileges committee which investigated the matter concluded in its report that “Mr. Ken Ohene Agyapong …

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Former MASLOC boss Sedina pleads not guilty to financial loss charges

  Former Chief Executive Officer of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Sedina Christine Tamakloe Attionu, has pleaded not guilty to seventy-eight (78) counts of stealing and causing financial loss to the State.   The charges were brought against by the State upon investigations by the Economic and Organised Crimes Office. …

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