Popular Ghanaian actor, Kofi Adu, alias Agya Koo, who has been at the centre of a US visa fraud case, has been freed by the Accra Circuit Court after he settled his indebtednesss of GH¢600 to his accuser, Mr Stephen Kwarteng.
The Court of Appeal Wednesday gave a former Minister of
State, Dr Anthony Akoto Osei, 21 days to file written submissions on his appeal
challenging the refusal of the Fast Track High Court to refer a matter to the
Supreme Court for interpretation.
A dispute between a 58 year-old businessman
and his 42 year-old girlfriend over the ownership of a building they jointly
acquired after the relationship turned sour, has resulted in the death of the
The presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)
in the December 2012 general election, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has opposed
the request by the Electoral Commission
(EC) for further documents in the petition contesting the results of the
Agya Koo (back to camera, in black T-shirt) leaving the courtroom after being granted bail
Popular actor in the local movie industry, Kofi Adu,
popularly known as Agya Koo, said to have defrauded a number of people has been granted a GHc20,000 bail with two sureties by the Accra Circuit Court.
The Financial Division of the Accra Fast Track High Court has adjourned to January 28, 2013, the criminal trial of businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyomebecause the prosecution could not produce witnesses to testify for it.
The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which began in 1989 is the first major national examination to be written by Ghanaian school pupils after nine years of basic education, made up of six years of primary school and three years of junior high school.
A remand prisoner at the Dansoman police cells, Nashiru Ibrahim, who attempted to convey Indian hemp concealed in two sachets of water into the cell was has been sentenced to five years’ imprisonment by the Accra Circuit Court.