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DUPED TOMATOES SELLER IS SERVED WITH JUSTICE

DUPED TOMATOES SELLER IS SERVED WITH JUSTICE

Faustina Adofowaa has finally been served with justice after three years of waiting. The thirty-year-old tomato seller has retrieved an amount of Five Thousand Ghana cedis from an instructor at the Tesano Police Training School. The officer, popularly known as “Airborne” collected the money purportedly to facilitate her recruitment into the Ghana Police Service. The […]

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Factor the Needs of ‘Vagrants’ in Your Development Plans – Stakeholders of Suame MunicipaI

Factor the Needs of ‘Vagrants’ in Your Development Plans – Stakeholders of Suame MunicipaI

Vagrants in the Suame Municipality in the Ashanti Regional Capital, Kumasi have accused Assembly authorities of disregarding their needs in the development plans of the Municipality. They urged the Suame Municipal Assembly (SMA) to factor their needs into the plans of the Assembly for them to also have a fair share of essential social amenities […]

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Ensure the protection of rights of vagrants – MP for Kwadaso Urges MMDAs

Ensure the protection of rights of vagrants – MP for Kwadaso Urges MMDAs

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Kwadaso Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Dr. Kingsley Nyarko has urged Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to ensure the protection of the fundamental human rights of the poor and voiceless in the formulation and application of local assembly bye-laws.   Speaking at a sensitization workshop organized by Crime […]

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USAID Justice Sector Support Activity gets justice for defrauded tomatoes seller

USAID Justice Sector Support Activity gets justice for defrauded tomatoes seller

A 30-year-old tomatoes seller, Faustina Adofowaa has retrieved a Five Thousand Ghana cedis which a police instructor at the Tesano Police Training School popularly known as ‘Airborne’ succeeded in duping her after promising to facilitate her recruitment into the Police Service. Through the USAID Justice Sector Support Activity (JSSA), the police administration responded to her […]

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Inadequate amenities: major cause of breaching bye-laws – vagrants in Ejisu

Inadequate amenities: major cause of breaching bye-laws – vagrants in Ejisu

Residents of Ejisu have attributed the causes of harassments, arrests, fines and imprisonments of poor and voiceless citizens in the Municipality to inadequate social amenities, particularly suitable market centres and parking terminals. They indicate that the lack of these amenities forces them to carry-out their business activities at inappropriate spaces, which contravene the Ejisu Municipal […]

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INCREASED KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW WILL HELP REMOVE ‘VIOLENCE TAG’ – PRESIDING MEMBER OF ASOKORE MAMPONG MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY

INCREASED KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAW WILL HELP REMOVE ‘VIOLENCE TAG’ – PRESIDING MEMBER OF ASOKORE MAMPONG MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY

The Presiding Member of the Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly (AMMA), in the Ashanti Region, Matthew Amissah has called for a concerted effort by residents in the Municipality to help delist its name from the list of Assemblies tagged as violent. Mr. Amissah has therefore called for increased sensitization on the national and local assembly bye-laws […]

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Do not take the law into your own hands-Police tell vagrants

Do not take the law into your own hands-Police tell vagrants

The Municipal Police Commander of the Asokore Mampong Municipality, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Jibirim Bala has cautioned vagrants to report abuses against them to the police and not to retaliate. DSP Bala was speaking at a sensitization workshop on the bye-laws of the Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly (AMMA) where participants raised concerns about increasing insecurity […]

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Househelp accused for stealing has been released from prison after CCF’s report

Househelp accused for stealing has been released from prison after CCF’s report

34-year-old house help, Esther Katibu who was jailed for stealing her boss’s mobile phones and his laptop has been granted bail. This follows a Crime Check Foundation’s (CCF) report on her case. As an implementing partner of the USAID Justice Sector Support Activity (JSSA), CCF followed up on her story and got the Commonwealth on […]

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