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800 BOXES OF AMMO SEIZED; OWNER ARRESTED
A driver of an O.A Travel and Tour bus, a private transport company, and his conductor have been arrested after the police discovered 800 packages of live shotgun cartridges in the luggage compartment of the bus on the Accra-Nsawam road.
WE CANNOT STABILIZE CEDI
A writ invoking the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to order the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to put in measures to provide a stable currency has been dismissed.
ECG WORKERS KICK AGAINST CONCESSIONAL ARRANGEMENT
Workers of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) have kicked against the government’s decision to give the company to a private entity under a concessional arrangement.
KUFUOR SPEAKS ON NPP ‘SECRET MEETING’
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has initiated moves to restore peace and unity in the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
800 BULLETS SEIZED ON COMMERCIAL BUS
A commercial bus belonging to O. A. Travel and Tours, which was fully loaded with about 800 packets of Rio AAA and BB cartridges, has been impounded by the police.
DUMSOR HITS PARLIAMENT
A major power outage rocked Parliament yesterday at a time the MPs were considering another loan agreement, disrupting proceedings for well over one hour.
MORE HARDSHIP FOR GHANAIANS
Following a revision of end-year inflation from 11.5 percent to 13.7 percent in the mid-year review of the 2015 budget, Ghanaians should expect a further increase in their cost of living and interest rates at least for the rest of the year, a senior economist who decided t remain anonymous told Business Finder.
FUEL PRICING: DEREGULATION RUNS INTO PROBLEMS
Mixed reactions to the 15 percent reduction in the prices of fuel products has deepened concerns about the manner in which the deregulation of the Ghana’s petroleum sector is being carried out.