Here are today's news highlights
The latest Transparency International Corruption Perception Index report indicates that corruption in Ghana is on the increase. The corruption perception index indicated that about 76 percent of the people surveyed say corruption has increased over the last twelve months.
President John Dramani Mahama has revealed his passion for all music types across the world in his recent interview with RFI English Service's Accra Live PM. He also revealed that he has five iPods full of both old and new tunes he downloads from online music store and streaming platform iTunes.
A survey conducted by GeoPoll has shown that Metro TV is the least watched television station in Ghana in the third quarter of 2015. The station placed 9th with an audience share of 4.8 percent. According to the report which includes quarterly data on the top television stations in Ghana from July to September 2015, UTV is the most watched TV station followed by TV3.
Taxi and trotro drivers in the Tamale Metropolis in the Northern Region on Tuesday embarked on a protest over the influx of tricycles being used as taxis. The drivers say the tricycles also known as Mahama Camboo being used as taxis is illegal. They have therefore petitioned the office of the Northern Regional Minister, the Driver, Vehicle and Licensing Authority and the Road Safety Commission to intervene.
Private legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw has stated without equivocation that Captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan raped Sarah Kwablah. Ampaw who is counsel for Sarah Kwabla speaking on RTV in Kumasi said he has evidence to back his claims. Sarah Kwabla and three others are standing trail for conspiracy and extortion against Black stars captain Asamoah