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Police Chief Inspector’s car burns to ashes with ‘important’ documents, other items

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Chief Inspector of Kyekyewere Police Station in the Eastern Region, Inspector Timothy Nartey’s car got burnt to ashes with other relevant documents. 

The officer who was travelling to Kumasi with his private Toyota RAV 4 with Registration number GR 774 W.

According to mynewsgh.com reports, the inspector was travelling in company with two mechanic before the car caught fire and burnt down at Tetrem Abijan Nkwanta on the Kumasi highway.

Other items in the car that got burnt include handcuff, money personal documents and other valuables.

Meanwhile, investigations are ongoing to ascertain the cause of the fire.

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Akyem Asafo accident death toll rises to 19

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Three more people have died from the Akyem Asafo accident that occurred Friday dawn.

This takes the death toll to 19.

The crash, which was between two VIPs on the Accra-Kumasi highway, claimed 16 lives on the spot.

Some of the bodies were dismembered.

About five ambulances rushed to the scene to convey the injured to nearby hospitals at Asafo, Kyebi and surrounding areas.

Also, heavy-duty vehicles converged on the scene to help with rescue efforts and clear the area of the wreckage.

The accident is said to have happened as one of the buses attempted overtaking the other.

The buses were two Kia Granbirds – one with registration number GT 5629-18 with passengers headed to Kumasi from Accra and the other with registration number GE 5510-15.

Both drivers were among the dead.

Some locals say a three-year-old was among the dead.

The other passengers who survived with life-threatening injuries were ferried to the Suhum Government Hospital and Akyem Asafo Health Centre for emergency treatment.

The bodies had to be extricated from the concertinaed buses by a team of first responders made up of police, firefighters and paramedics from Suhum, Bunso, Kibi, and Ayensuano.

They have been deposited at the Suhum Government Hospital mortuary.

Source: Class FM

 

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V/R:Dzodze/ Penyi residents express mixed feelings to Covid-19 vaccination

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Some residents at Dzodze/ penyi in the Ketu North municipality expressed mixed feelings on Wednesday towards the arrival of the covid-19 vaccine.

On Wednesday February, 24, 2021, the health minister designate Mr Kwaku Aggeman- Many led a government delegation to receive the first batch of covid-19 vaccines Astrazeneca at the Kotoka international airport which arrived at 7am GMT.

In an interview with residents in Dzodze/ Penyi some residents admitted that coronavirus impede the progress of the country and it was a good idea to receive the vaccine, which would help to improve the health condition of the people and therefore ready to partake in the vaccination exercise.

Others who kicked against the vaccine, said is a trap to get them killed by the vaccine so they’re not ready to partake in the vaccination, some also said government officials must first take the vaccination before they can also take.
“I’ll only take the vaccine if government officials and their family members take it and nothing happened to them, Richmond Lanyo.

Meanwhile speaking to the Deputy Volta regional health director Dr, Senanu Dzokoto on the issue he said what the people need is intensive education and they’re ready to educate the public on why people who are entitled to the vaccine must partake in the vaccination. He also said he is willing to take the vaccination in public just to prove to the people that the vaccine is harmless.
He advised everyone to keep adhering to Covid-19 protocols

~Bubune Bernice Mizpah

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Photos of the Interior Of the Closed LGBT Office In Accra Hits the Web (Photo)

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On Wednesday, the office of the LGBTQI in Ghana was shut down by police forces who raided the facility located at Ashongman in Accra.

The closure came after intense public pressure was placed on the government to shut down the facility, which was supposed to be a safe haven for gay people in the country.

Ghanaians were just not interested in that and mounted sustained pressure until government relented and shut down the place.

Ghanaians are intensely interested in the lives of LGBT individuals despite claiming they hate the activity.

There’s no question people are interested in the shut down office – what did its interior look like?

Below we reproduce some photos of the LGBT office taken after the police raided the facility.

 

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