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  • Another Police Shake-up; Cephas Arthur, 31 others moved
    Another shake-up has hit the Police Service with the Inspector General of Police, David Asante Apeatu, reassigning some 32 officers. The district Commander of East Legon and former Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Cephas Arthur is now the Director for the Mamprobi district. The latest shake-up… ... more
    StarrFM2 hours ago
  • Seven new Envoys present their credentials to Akufo-Addo
    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has received the credentials of seven new envoys who have been posted to Ghana by their respective countries. The seven envoys took turns to present their letters of credence to the President at the Ceremonial Room in the Jubilee House. The envoys include, Aboubacar Sadikh… ... more
    StarrFM3 hours ago
  • Unilever marks global handwashing day
    Unilever Ghana Limited has marked this year’s Global Hand Washing Day with a handwashing festival at the Independence Square in Accra. Dubbed “High5 for handwashing- Give us a high5 and we’ll teach 5 kids handwashing”, the objective of the event was to teach one million children in the country, the… ... more
    StarrFM6 hours ago
  • E/R: Five demonstrators shot at Abirem
    Five people have sustained gun shot wounds at Abirem in the Birim North District of the Eastern region after the Police opened fire on demonstrators who were protesting against mining giant, Newmont Ghana. Information gathered by Agoo FM’s Rachel Gablah indicate that the irate youth were protesting over some lands… ... more
    StarrFM7 hours ago
  • Majority of Ghanaians against national Cathedral – Poll
    Majority of Ghanaians are against the construction of the national Cathedral in Accra, a new poll has revealed. 64.31 percent of respondents are strongly opposed to the construction the cathedral across all demographics, an apparent departure from the President’s assertion that a Christian majority in the country was an indication… ... more
    StarrFM7 hours ago
  • E/R: 293 die in road crashes; 1,600 injured in 2018
    Latest statistics from the Motor Transport and Traffic Department (MTTD) indicate a total of 293 died through road crashes between January and September 2018 in the Eastern region. This is against 270 recorded same period in 2017. Also, a total of 1,615 were injured during the same period in 2018… ... more
    StarrFM8 hours ago
  • Stop Yagbonwura before he plunges Bole into bloodbath – Ma...
    The newly declared Mandariwura in the Bole tradition area, Abdulai Kant, has warned that attempts by the Overlord of the Gonjaland, Yagbonwura Tutumba Boresa II, to deny him the Bole skin will spark chaos that would claim lives. Abdulai Kant won a five-year-old Mandari chieftaincy dispute between him and his… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • 75 bags of Indian hemp seized at Mankessim
    The Police at Mankessim in the Central region has arrested a 28-year-old John Mensah Sarbah for his alleged involvement in narcotic trade in the area. The police acting on intelligence arrested the suspect who was seen packing some 75 bags of compressed dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp into… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • State identifies $7.5m Woyome properties to defray GHC51m de...
    The State has identified five substantial properties supposedly owned by Mr Afred Agbesi Woyome estimated at $1.5million each that could prove vital in retrieving the GH¢51.2 million judgement debt he received from the state. Deputy Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame made this disclosure moments after the Supreme Court had adjourned… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • Manhean: Police fire tear gas to disperse ‘killer roads’...
    Police officers have fired tear gas to disperse protesting drivers and residents at Manhean, a suburb of Ablekuma in the Greater Accra region. The drivers and the residents are demonstrating over the poor nature of their roads. The irate residents set fire to portions of the road cutting off the… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • Breweries: Over 1500 workers to be laid off in October
    The General Secretary for the Food and Beverages Manufacturers Association, Samuel Aggrey, has revealed that over 1500 staff of the various breweries in the country will be laid off by the end of October. According to Mr. Aggrey, over 1200 workers have already been laid off due to the economic… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • God won’t support National  Cathedral – TUC
    The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has berated government over its decision to construct a National Cathedral, stressing God “will not approve” it. According to the Labour Union, government is just wasting meagre national resources on “misplaced priority” while there are other pressing issues to confront to better the lives of… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • National Cathedral a “misplaced priority” – TUC
    Labour Unions are mounting pressure on government to “shelve” plans to construct a National Cathedral because it is a “misplaced priority.” President Akufo-Addo has defended his government’s decision to build the Cathedral, arguing it is a priority to the country. “People will ask if it (national cathedral) is a priority.… ... more
    StarrFM1 day ago
  • Sack of Weed discovered at Koforidua Methodist church
    Congregants of Bethel Society of the Methodist Church, Ghana, in Koforidua Anlo Town were on Sunday Morning shocked when huge quantities of dried substances suspected to be marijuana were found hidden in the corner of the Church. The substance which was concealed in a fertilizer and Polythene bags was found… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Zoomlion to distribute one million free waste bins
    Waste management giant, Zoomlion Ghana Limited will with immediate effect distribute one million (1,000,000) waste bins of various sizes to households and individuals across Ghana in collaboration with the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs). The exercise will commence as soon as data on the numbers of households and members… ... more
    StarrFM2 days ago
  • Late Kojo Ababio’s burial put on hold
    The impending funeral and burial of the late Oblempong Nii Kojo Ababio V, Paramount Chief of Ngleshie Alata Traditional Area which was scheduled to take place on October 12, 2018 has been put on hold. This development, according to the Ministry of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, has become necessary considering… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • E/R: Teacher dead, dozens injured as bus carrying students c...
    A teacher has been confirmed dead while over 40 students of the Mangoase Senior High School are injured in a fatal road accident Saturday Morning. All the injured are receiving treatment at the Atua and St.Martins De Porres Hospitals, however, one student who is in critical condition after sustaining a… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Youth must change mindset to succeed – Afriyie Ankrah
    Former Sports Minister in the erstwhile Mahama administration, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, has charged the youth to change their mindset if they want to succeed and impact society positively. Citing achievements of countries like Malaysia and Singapore, the former minister attributed their accomplishment to strong mindset and perseverance. “When you… ... more
    StarrFM3 days ago
  • Editors must help fight fake news – Peter Burdin
    The BBC’s former Africa Bureau chief, Peter Burdin, has advised editors to help fight fake news and encourage reporters to have ample time to create genuine stories. He said this at a journalism symposium to mark the 190th anniversary of the University of Central  Lancashire (UCLAN), under the theme “How… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • SSNIT blows over GH¢300k on value for money audit of OBS co...
    The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has engaged the services of auditing firm KPMG to do a value for money audit on the controversial $72million Operational Business Suite (OBS) contract at a staggering cost of ¢337,685. The value for money audit contract was signed on February 2, 2018… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Waive 20% import tax on sanitary pads – JI
    Government has been asked to review the 20% import tax on sanitary pads to enhance the health and education of Ghanaian girls. J Initiative (JI), a child-centred research and advocacy-based non-governmental organization that made the call is worried the classification of sanitary towels as luxury by the Ghana Revenue Authority… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Samira Bawumia’s delegation to WHO conference 6 not 20
    The second lady, Samira Bawumia, is leading a six-member delegation to the first World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health and not a 20-man team as being speculated. Starrfmonline.com has secured official documents from the Embassy of Switzerland in Accra detailing the full list of those… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Fair Wages workers threaten demo over Single Spine migration
    Staff of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission have vowed to stage a demonstration on Monday to protest their migration onto the single spine salary structure. The staff of the commission are not happy with the little engagement leading to their migration unto the payment scheme. The angry workers are… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Akyem Oda residents demonstrate over collapsing bridge, poor...
    Concerned citizens of Akyem Oda in the Eastern Region Friday poured onto the streets of the town to register their spleen over lack of infrastructural development. The group, a month earlier, warned of its intention to demonstrate against the government for neglecting the town’s collapsing bridge as well as general… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • $500K annual VRA Settlement Trust Fund allocation not enough...
    The Executive Secretary of the Volta River Authority Trust Fund, Richard Koranteng Twum-Barimah, is calling for an upward review of the annual $500,000 allocation into the VRA Trust Fund established to take care of the welfare of residents in the 52 resettlement communities. According to him, since the establishment of… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • UTAG slams gov’t over 65yrs payroll directive
    The University Teachers Association (UTAG) is calling on government to rescind its decision of taking off academic staff above the age of 65years from the government pay roll. The said academic staff engaged on contracts by the public institutions after the expiration of their mandatory age in the service must… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Deal with challenges of visually impaired institutions – B...
    Ghana risks losing a significant portion of its human capacity to blindness if immediate steps are not taken to address issues related to sight. The 2017 Ghana Blindness and Visual Impairment Study reveals over 300,000 people are on the verge of going totally blind. Cataract is one of the major… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Accra Mall okayed for business after roof collapse
    The management of Accra Mall has confirmed that the shopping centre is opened for business despite parts of the roof of the building collapsing on Thursday. At least three people “sustained minor” injuries with the police and fire service personnel arriving at the scene to avert chaos. President Akufo-Addo said… ... more
    StarrFM4 days ago
  • Accra mall roof collapse: NADMO dismisses maintenance claims
    The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has ruled out lack of maintenance culture as the cause of the Accra mall ceiling collapse. Parts of the ceiling at the mall square of the popular shopping centre in the capital caved in Thursday causing fear and panic among shoppers. At least three… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • GREDA provides 2,500 housing units annually
    The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA) has launched its 30th anniversary in Accra to take stock of its contribution to the development of the housing industry in the country. The celebration will also chart a new path on how members of the association can contribute immensely to bridge the… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Staff of Fair Wages strike over unfair Single Spine migratio...
    Staff of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission are on a sit down strike to protest their migration onto the single spine salary structure. The staff of the agency are not happy with the little engagement leading to their migration unto the payment scheme. A source told Starr Business’ Osei… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Number 12: Ken Agyapong suit against Anas dismissed
    An Accra High Court has dismissed an application by controversial Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, seeking to dismiss the 25 million defamation suit against him by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. The court also held that the writ filed by the ace investigative journalist does not in any… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Mental health patients still chained in Ghana – HRW
    Human Rights Watch on Wednesday said that hundreds of Ghanaians with “real” or “perceived” mental health conditions remain shackled in prayer camps across the country. Government pledged last year to ban the practice, but nothing has happened the rights groups said. Human Right Watch’s recent visit to Mount Horeb Prayer… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Sefa Kayi yet to receive GJA house-award one year on
    Veteran broadcaster Kwame Sefa Kayi is yet to receive his house-award after emerging the 2016 GJA journalist of the year. The famous journalist is to receive a three-bedroom apartment for emerging the best journalist at the 2016 edition of the annual awards but after one year, the promise yet to… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Ghana commits to “free together” initiative
    Ghana has signed on to the “Free-Together” (Libres Ensemble) framework agreements of Organization Internationale de La Francophonie (OIF), re-affirming the country’s interest in the initiative aimed at sensitizing the youth on violent radicalism and the proliferation of terrorist acts across the globe. The agreement was signed with the OIF by the Minister for… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Some Media Houses turning girls into prostitutes – GJA
    The President of Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) Roland Affail Monney has accused some media houses in the country for contributing to high phenomenon of sexual immorality among children. According to him “many children have become wayward, have become prostitutes not because their Parents are irresponsible but because of what they… ... more
    StarrFM5 days ago
  • Ghana Post partners GRA to rollout electronic centralized va...
    Ghana Post in collaboration with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Customs Division has digitized the customs evaluation and duty payment process to promptly serve its customers nationwide. “The project is part of the automation of our courier services internal procedures and processes to increase the speed of transacting business, ensure the security… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Presiding Members to cough out Ghc1000 for meeting gowns
    Presiding Members of  the various Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) across the country have been directed by the National Association of Local Authorities of Ghana (NALAG) to pay GH¢1000 for the procurement of gowns as uniform for their meeting. NALAG, in a circular dated october 5 to the Birim… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Miracles still relevant in today’s church – Agyinasare
    Bishop Charles Agyinasare has said authentic miracles are still relevant in the church today. Speaking to some journalists ahead of his forthcoming trip to Paris, France for a miracle crusade, the founder of Perez Chapel International said the miracle-working Christian God has not changed over the millennia and, thus, He… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Akufo-Addo grants retired dep. IGP 1y contract
    President Akufo-Addo has granted the deputy Inspector General of Police James Oppong-Boanuh a one-year contract extension following his retirement. Mr. Oppong-Boanuh was elevated to occupy the second highest office of the Police Service barely three weeks to his statutory retirement at the age of 60. A letter from the Executive… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Bolga-Bawku Road abandoned over perceived contractors’ loy...
    Former President John Dramani Mahama has come down hard today on the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Upper East region, saying government has abandoned the Bolgatanga-Bawku-Pulmakon Road because it believes the contractors in charge of the project are aligned with the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC). “All the… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Teacher Trainees lament over Exorbitant academic fees
    Teachers Trainees across the country are lamenting what they say is the high cost of bills laden them by their respective training colleges for the 2018/19 academic calendar. According to the trainees, the exorbitant fees, shockingly does not include their feeding fees which will be taken from their allowances. In… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • You can’t tax church offerings; it’s unheard of – Agyi...
    Founder of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has said the state should not use the wealth-flaunting attitude of “a few” people who do not understand their calling, as justification to institute a tax-paying policy that affects the generality of the church in Ghana. “…We shouldn’t use the actions of… ... more
    StarrFM6 days ago
  • Rotation Nurses, Midwives threaten nationwide demo
    The Coalition of Rotation Nurses and Midwives (CRNM) has threatened to embark on a nationwide demonstration and withdrawal of services if government does not pay its members their service allowances by October 31. In a February 11, 2018 letter with Reference number; HRHD/FC/18/07, the Health Ministry wrote to the Finance… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • 18 factories accredited under 1D1F, 50 more coming – Oppo...
    Eighteen factories have received accreditation under government’s One District One Factory initiative. Government is confident of accrediting 50 more factories before the end of the year. Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, Minister for Information Designate at a Press briefing in Accra said government was fulfilling its campaign promise of collaborating with the Private… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Govt to employ 145k people – Oppong-Nkrumah
    Information minister-designate Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah has said government has given the financial clearance for the recruitment of some 145,000 people in the public sector. The move, he noted, is part of government’s efforts at providing jobs for Ghanaians. “Financial Clearance has been given for over 145,000 jobs as part of efforts… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Two Delta Force members arrested over Akoto Osei attack
    Police in the Ashanti region has arrested two members of the dreaded vigilante group Delta Force for  invading a meeting by the Monitoring and Evaluation Minister Dr Anthony Akoto Osei, Starrfmonline.com has gathered. The notorious group over the weekend raided a meeting, Dr Akoto Osei, who’s also the Member of… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Kan-Dapaah storms Tamale as chieftaincy tensions gather in B...
    National Security Minister, Albert Kan-Dapaah has arrived in the Northern Region to convene a high-powered security meeting with the Chief Executives for the West Gonja and Bole Assemblies following rising chieftaincy tensions there. The Minister is scheduled to meet the two chief executives in Tamale, together with the Regional Minister,… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • A/R: Tafo police denies victim died in their custody
    The Tafo-Pankrono Police have debunked allegations that a 52-year-old man died in their custody, where he was being kept, after he was arrested. Corporal Prince Dogbatse with the Tafo Police Command told Starr News “The deceased who happened to be in custody, having himself involved in narcotic issue did not… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Youth in Afforestation storm Forestry C’ssion offices over...
    Beneficiaries of the government’s youth in afforestation programme under the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) have besieged the premises of the Forestry Commission (FC) over unpaid allowances. The beneficiaries who last week gave the government a one-week ultimatum to pay their allowance have also begun a sit-down strike over the delayed… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Karmzah! A heroine with cerebral palsy, comic launched
    Karmzah, a comic that portrays a person with cerebral palsy as a heroine was launched on Saturday, 6th October to coincide with the celebration of World CP Day worldwide. The Comic to be made available online on the Afrocomix App on Google Playstore is expected to change the negative perceptions… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • K’si: Tension as Man, 52, dies in police cells at Morshie ...
    Tension is rising at Morshie Zongo in Kumasi in the Ashanti region following the death of a 52-year-old man at Police cells. The youth who attempted attacking the Tafo Nhyiaeso over the incident have issued a one-week ultimatum to the police to provide answers. The family of the victim  whose… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Judges need quality lawyers to deliver quality judgments –...
    Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has tasked member of the  Bench, the Bar and the Judicial Service to continue to work together towards the delivery of justice in the country  as the 2018/2019 61st Legal Year commences today, Monday, October 8, 2018. All the superior courts comprising of the High Courts,… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Photo: Hundreds participate in GhOne’s Cheers Health Walk
    Hundreds of Ghanaians from all walks of life Saturday joined the host of Cheers on GhOne TV, Serwa Amihere for the much-anticipated health walk dubbed: Cheers Health Walk. The event saw in attendance ace sports broadcaster  Michael Oti Adjei including the host of Morning Starr on Starr103.5FM Francis Abban among… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Photo: Massive turn out at GhOne’s Cheers Health Walk
    Thousands of Ghanaians from all walks of life Saturday joined the host of Cheers on GhOne TV, Serwa Amihere for the much-anticipated health walk dubbed: Cheers Health Walk. The event saw in attendance ace sports broadcaster  Michael Oti Adjei including the host of Morning Starr on Starr103.5FM Francis Abban among… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • EIB Network grabs 10 awards at RTP Awards
    EIB Network Saturday picked up 10 awards at the eighth edition of the Radio and Television Personality Awards christened: RTP Awards. They are; Starr Today winning Radio News Program of the Year, Starr FM, Radio Station of the Year and the Late Afternoon Show on GhOne TV grabbing the TV… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • W/R: Five perish in Assakai-Kwesimintsim road crash
    Five persons on board an Opel Vectra taxi cab with registration number WR 4957-12 have died in a gruesome crash with a Man Diesel truck with registration number GE 8305-z on the main Kwesimintsim Asakai road. According to police report, one Nana Kwame Addison was in charge of the Man… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Akufo-Addo inaugurates 22KV Bolga, Ougadougou Power intercon...
    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has inaugurated the 225 kilovolts Bolgatanga to Ouagadougou Power Interconnection Project, which will see up to 100 megawatts of power supplied directly to Burkina Faso from Ghana. At the inauguration ceremony on Friday, 5th October 2018, in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, President Akufo-Addo stated that the… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • E/R: Truck crushes man to death
    A young man believed to be in his thirties has been crushed to death by a truck at Teacher Mante, a community near Nsawam on the Accra—Kumasi highway. The deceased was run over by another car after he was knockdown. His identity is not yet known. The driver of the… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Armed Soldiers in Damongo After youth clash with charcoal ta...
    The proposed capital of the yet to be created Savanna Region, Damongo, is already in turmoil after clashes between two rival youth groups broke out Friday afternoon following a confusion over environmental degradation that has left one person with deep cutlass wounds. Tensions had been spreading in the town after… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Adabraka: ABL, GCGL offer free health services to residents
    Accra Brewery Limited (ABL), in partnership with the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), offered free health services to Adabraka’s residents as part of its commitment to creating a Healthier World. This year’s event was held at the Rev. Ernest Bruce Memorial Methodist Church in Adabraka. The Adabraka Health Screening (AHS)… ... more
    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Abreast yourself of RTI bill before it is passed – Oppong-...
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    StarrFM1 week ago
  • Free SHS can’t win you a second term – AFAG warns NPP
    Pressure group Alliance For Accountable Governance (AFAG) says the rolling out of the Free SHS programme by the ruling party New Patriotic Party(NPP) will not guarantee it another term office. Speaking on Radio360′ s flagship  programme  “Y3nsom” Friday, the acting Chairman of AFAG , Arnold Boateng, asked the ruling New… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Gov’t releases GHC35m to pay trainee nurses
    Government has released GHC35 million to pay arears owed trainee nurses, according to the deputy Minister of Information, Pius Enam Hadzide. This comes on the back of mounting pressure on the Ministry of Health to pay arrears of nursing trainee allowances. Mr. Hadzide confirmed that the Controller and Accountant General… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Anger as UDS SRC holds ‘sex party’ for fresh students
    There is anger at  the Nyankpala campus of the University of Development (UDS) after the Student’s Representative Council (SRC) is accused of organising a sex party on campus to welcome freshers. The said sex party was held last Friday, according to the organisers, but the confusion emerged days later after… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Corruption fight: Gov’t on track – Report
    The maiden report of the Metogu Anti-Corruption Survey has indicated that the Nana Addo-led NPP government is on track in the fight against corruption. In the run-up to the 2016 general elections, issues of corruption dominated and drove the discourse of all political parties in the country. The then party… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Privatize prosecution of corruption cases – Domelevo
    The Auditor General, Daniel Domelevo, has called for the privatization of  prosecution of corruption cases in the country. That, according to him, will make it “more distasteful” for an individual; be it in the public or private sector to be corrupt. “With due apologies to the Attorney General, it is… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Rule of law key to peace building – UN advisor
    Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng, has stated that respect for the rule of law is a key factor in preventing and mitigating atrocious  crimes and human right violations. He said that developing strong rule of law institutions must also be central… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Ghanaians urged to “Go Green” on World CP Day
    The Special Mothers Project, an advocacy and awareness creation programme on cerebral palsy issues in Ghana, is calling on Ghanaians to wear something with a touch of green on Saturday 6th October. A statement issued and signed by Mrs Hannah Awadzi, Executive Director of the Special Mothers Project said Ghana… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
  • Unknown Killers threaten daughter after murdering her father...
    The life 28-year-old Gifty Mensah at Koforidua the Eastern Regional capital is in danger having received death threats from suspected contract killers who murdered her father, Douglas Mensah,55, over a land dispute. Her father was brutally murdered on September 22, 2014 by some unknown killers who dumped his body in… ... more
    StarrFM2 weeks ago
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