TRIAL of a 17-year-old third year student of Achimota Senior High School, who allegedly shot a female colleague with his father’s single barrel gun, has begun at a Juvenile Court in Accra.
A three-member panel yesterday heard the evidence of a medical officer of the Tema Port Clinic in camera.
PROCEEDINGS at the Ashaiman Circuit Court was yesterday halted for two hours after a-19-year-old accused person, who was to appear before it, eased and smeared himself with the feaces in the holding cell.
Rashid Agbo, who is being held on robbery charges, was believed to have done that to present himself as a deranged person.
By John Elliot HAGAN, Accra
GOVERNMENT has urged Non-Health private institutions such as banks and financial institutions, insurance companies and other corporate institutions to get involved in the health sector Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) initiatives as
MRMustapha Hamid, the Minister of Information, has pledged the readiness of the Ministry to keep government closer to the citizenry.
He said communication remained the live-wire of every enterprise in the 21st century and that the Ministry was committed to delivering a governance system that allowed the citizenry to hold the Government accountable any day and
THE Kokrokoo Charities Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, under its “Project 100” programme has presented an incubator to the Nsawam Government Hospital in the Eastern region to augment the provision of health care to neonatal babies.
THE 1.5 per cent degraded lands out of the 238,000 kilometre square of the country, would be rehabilitated, Mr John Peter Amewu, the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, has announced.
He said from GH¢60,000 to GH¢70,000 was estimated to be used to rehabilitate a hectare of land.
A VICE-PRESIDENTIAL candidate in the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) Election, Francis Kokutse, has backed the call by some members for an Interim Management Committee (IMC) to replace the incumbent executives until elections are held.