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Freed : Meet the ‘Trotro’ driver and mate who beat police officer

The commercial bus driver and his mate, who were publicly captured in a video assaulting a police officer have been freed.

The two – Francis Buabeng and Albert Ansah were fined GHS 3,600 or will have been sentenced to 12 months in prison in default.

A Circuit Court in Weija, Accra, convicted them after they were found guilty of assault following their arrest in March 2019 during which they exchanged blows with a uniformed police officer.

Jammeh ordered us to kill 44 Ghanaians – Gambian soldiers confess

Two Gambian soldiers working for a hit squad controlled by former President Yahya Jammeh on Monday admitted to participating in the 2005 execution of 56 West African migrants, including 44 Ghanaians on the orders of Jammeh.

Lieutenant Malick Jatta and Corporal Omar A. Jallow revealed to Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) that the migrants were executed by the “Junglers” squad, a paramilitary force that took orders from Jammeh, across the Gambian border in Senegalese territory.

Human Rights Advocacy Centre (HRAC) Job Vacancy

Job Title: Project Officer

Brief Job Details

Department:                Advocacy and Research

Reporting to:               Executive Director

Contract terms:           Full-time

Office location:           Osu Ako-Adjei, Accra

Salary:                         Attractive

 

General Definition of Job Role

The Trotro Driver and His Mate Have a Right to Legal Representation!

trotroFrom 16th March, 2019, a video of two men physically assaulting a police officer went viral. Shortly thereafter, the two men who were later identified as a ‘trotro’ driver, Francis Buabeng, and his mate, Albert Ansah were arrested by the Police. They were arraigned before the Circuit Court at Weija on 18th March 2019, where their pleas were taken.

Obengfo hospital's boss not licensed at time of Stacy's death - MDC

Registrar and CEO of the Medical and Dental Council Dr. Eli Atikpui says disgraced doctor Dominic Obeng-Andoh was not licensed to practice at Accra's Obengfo Hospital during the untimely death of Stacy Offei Darko, a Deputy Chief Executive Officer for National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP).
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