Trump has been arrested pending his arraignment

Former President Donald Trump has arrived at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in lower Manhattan, where he is being held in police custody pending his arraignment. As part of the arrest, Trump is expected to be fingerprinted, though it’s unclear whether his mugshot will be taken. He will then be taken to a courtroom to be arraigned — an appearance that is expected to be brief and routine but represents a surreal and historic moment in US history. Trump will not be handcuffed ...[Read More]

Nana Agradaa remanded into police custody till Otober 13

Evangelist Patricia Asiedua, also known as Nana Agradaa, the head pastor of Heaven Way Church, has been remanded in police custody for three days. This comes after she appeared in court on Monday for an alleged money-doubling scheme. She is charged with seven counts of defrauding by false pretense and using charlatanic advertisements on television and in newspapers to entice her victims. Nana Agradaa is due back in court on Thursday, October 13, 2022. Agradaa, the Founder of the Heaven Way Churc...[Read More]

I’ve not defrauded my Church members – Nana Agradaa

Evangelist Patricia Asiedua, also known as Nana Agradaa, has responded to accusations of fraud by denying defrauding or swindling her church members. In a video, she explained that she actually invited church members for service last Friday and distributed money to help them with their various businesses. She also said she invited anyone interested in receiving assistance to come to church on Friday (October 7, 2022), convert to Christianity, and become a church member. Last Friday, she said, th...[Read More]

The re-entry of Aisha Huang smacks of disrespect for the country and its laws

The re-entry of Chinese galamsey Queen, Aisha Huang, to Ghana, according to Dr Vladimir Antwi-Danso, Dean of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC), smacks of disrespect for the country and its laws. According to Dr Antwi-Danso, Ghanaian authorities must send a clear message to all foreigners to follow the laws of the land. He explained that being deported simply means that the person is no longer needed in the country until the state issues an official invitation to return. D...[Read More]

Aisha Huang did not use official Togo, Elubo land borders

According to Citi News sources at the Ghana-Togo border to the east and Elubo to the west, the “galamsey queen,” Aisha Huang, did not enter Ghana via those routes. In the worst-case scenario, it could be via unapproved routes rather than official land borders. Aisha Huang, the Chinese ‘galamsey kingpin’ who was deported in 2018, has returned to Ghana and has been re-arrested for illegal mining. She has been charged with two counts: mining without a license and engaging in...[Read More]

Activists petition AG and IG – Prosecute galamsey foreigners

Environmental activists have petitioned the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, as well as the Inspector General of Police, to provide information on the number of foreign nationals arrested in Ghana for illegal mining, as well as their nationalities. Concerns were expressed in the petition by the Ghana Environmental Advocacy Group and A Rocha Ghana about reports by The Fourth Estate that only two of hundreds of Chinese nationals arrested for illegal mining from 2012 to date remain in Ghan...[Read More]

GIS data is not interoperable with Nat’l Security

Dr Ishmael Norman, President and CEO of the Institute for Security, Disaster, and Emergency Studies, has stated that the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) appears to be unsure how to handle the re-entry of Chinese galamsey Queen, Aisha Huang. This incident, in his opinion, demonstrates that the data of the Immigration Service is incompatible with the data of the National Security and Police Services. He has requested clarification from the Minister of National Security Albert Kan Dapaah. Dr Norman...[Read More]

Three were arrested in the murder of the 29-yr-old Fulani herdsman

The Upper West Regional Police Command has announced the arrest of three people in connection with the death of Demo Jeti, a Fulani herder. They were apprehended on August 30, 2022, according to a police statement issued on Tuesday, September 6. For their alleged involvement in the murder, the suspects, John Dakurah, Numbuzie Chawinaa, and Tankpare Sylvester, were apprehended from their hideouts in Kuntaali Village in the Upper West Region. According to preliminary investigations, the deceased t...[Read More]