Local News (2485)

The Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture (KITA) as part of the effort to assist roll back the nation’s high post-harvest losses, is building a GH¢160,000.00 agro-processing facility at Domeabra in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality.

The Mile 7 police in Accra have arrested two men for allegedly possessing dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp popularly called ‘wee’.

Ghana has been ranked as second in Africa in open defecation with 19 percent of its population resorting to sanitation practice deemed the riskiest of all.

Residents of Yaborae in the Krachi East district of the Volta Region are moving out of the community due to the presence of a mysterious black goat tormenting the people.

An Accra circuit court presided over by Mrs. Marian Affoh has fined Hasha Adams a trader to a fine of GHȼ 1,200.00 for smashing the head of a colleague with a tea kettle when he demanded his money from her.

A popular Ghanaian lesbian (name withheld) has revealed that she had sexual intercourse with most of President Nana Akuffo- Addo’s closest friends.

An explosion at Hwidiem near Agogo on Monday has left two persons dead; injuring several others.

Occupants of the Koforidua Central market in the New Juaben municipality of the Eastern Region are complaining of increment of their monthly paid levy and are threatening to embark on a demonstration against the assembly.

Family members of the deceased Daily Telegraph editor have appealed to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to investigate the circumstances surrounding his death.

The former Vice-Chancellor of the University for Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Professor Joshua Alabi, has broken the silence by denying of granting a permit to Strategic Energies Limited (SEL), to build a fuel service station behind the school.

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