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Court Places Charges On 7 Woyome Companies

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  …As His Oral Examination Begins On June 29 Prosper Agbenyega The Supreme Court has granted an Application filed by government to For Alfred Agbesi Woyome to appear before the Court on Thursday, June 29, 2017 to be examined as per Order 46r. 2 of C.I. 47 and an Order was also granted imposing a charge on his properties. He ...

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Ngleshie Amanfro Land Saga, Court Silences Kwashie Gborlor, Nii Noi Morton & Others

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Prosper Agbenyega An Accra High Court-Land Division, has placed an injunction on Humphery Dzartor Botchwey, (Nii Kwashie Gborlor III), claimant to the Ngleshie Amanfro Stool and some five others, restraining them from either entering, occupying or developing a parcel of land belonging to Nii Akramah Nyonmor Bei II, legitimate Ngleshie Amanfro Mantse. The injunction was placed after Nii Akramah Nyonmor ...

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Martin Amidu Is Not Wiser Than Everybody – George Loh

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Former Attorney General Martin Amidu’s opinion on the Delta 8 case vis-à-vis the State Attorney’s advice to prosecutors to drop the matter for want of evidence remains just his opinion because he is not “wiser” than every lawyer in Ghana, former North Dayi MP, George Loh has said. The eight members of pro-NPP vigilante group Delta Force were arrested and ...

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Jehova Witnesses Banned In Russia; Court Say It Is Extremist Organization

Russia’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Jehovah’s Witnesses was an “extremist” organisation and must hand over all its property to the state, Russian news agencies reported. Interfax news agency quoted Sergei Cherepanov, a Jehovah’s Witnesses representative, as saying that the group will appeal the decision in the European Court of Human Rights. “We will do everything possible,” he said. ...

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Ghana: 17 Specialised Courts To Deal With Electoral Disputes

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The Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, has designated 17 specialised courts to deal with electoral disputes that may arise before the December 7, 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections. Seventeen High Court judges have been assigned to handle anticipated electoral disputes throughout the country. The appointed justices, according to the Judicial Secretary, Mr Justice Alex Poku-Acheampong have been tasked ...

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Dec. Poll: Nduon Drags EC To Court Over Disqualification

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The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has sued the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana at an Accra High Court seeking an order for judicial review in the nature of a certiorari and probation. The motion was filed by Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, the flagbearer of the PPP, on Thursday October 13. Also joined to the suit as a respondent is Mrs ...

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Gbese Mantse Reminds IGP: ‘Adama Latse, Ayi Bonte Illegally Re-constituted Ga Traditional Council’

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Nii Okaidja III, Gbese Mantse and Adonten of the Ga State has written to the Inspector General of Police (IGP), John Kudalor informing him (Kudalor) that Thomas Okaine a.k.a Ayi Bonte and George Tackie a.k.a Adama Latse, who received him and the President at the Ga Traditional Council during their separate visit, are all culprits who “illegally re-constituted” the Ga ...

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EC cleared to receive filing fee for 2016 election

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An Accra High court has given the Electoral Commission (EC) clearance to receive filing fee from presidential and parliamentary nominees. The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) filed an application for injunction praying that the court restrains the EC from receiving the said amount being charged. The party said the charge of GH¢50,000 fee for presidential nominees and GH¢10,000 for parliamentary nominees ...

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Australia: Court Freed ‘Budgie Nine’ F1 Strippers

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Nine Australians arrested for stripping off at the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix have walked free from a court. The group, branded the “Budgie Nine”, were charged with public nuisance, which carries a fine but no jail time. The men were detained after posing in swimwear decorated with the Malaysian flag to celebrate Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s win in Sunday’s race. ...

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