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Prophet Kwabena Owusu Agyei arrested during Interview after threatening EC boss, Akufo-Addo



Some plain cloth armed men purported to be National Security Operatives on Tuesday morning arrested Prophet Kwabena Owusu Agyei a self-acclaimed man of God while granting live phone interviews by Hot FM which was also being carried live on Facebook.

At least four men with side pistols drove to the supposed “codded location” in Accra to arrest him in a Rambo style having produced a purported arrest warrant.

The Journalist, Boamah Darko Isaac was heard demanding the Identity Card of the operatives but was threatened with a gun to stay back.

The men whisk the Prophet into a V8 vehicle and drove away to an unknown location.

A family member who was interviewed shortly after the incident hinted that lawyers of the Prophet were going to secure bail for him.

The self-acclaimed Prophet has recently come under attack by a section of the Ghanaian public for threatening the Electoral Commission (EC) Chairperson, Jean Mensah, and the President Akufo Addo.

“Let me tell them (Akyems) something, in June 4 people were crying let the blood flow, it was only military people whose blood flowed, correct, today as I hear the let the blood flow, it is the blood of the Akyem Mafia that will flow…I saw Kyebi palace, I saw it on fire and people were saying let the blood flow.” Prophet Owusu Agyei warned.

The decision by the Electoral Commission of Ghana to compile a new voters’ register is facing fierce resistance by a group call Inter-Party Resistance Against the New Voters Register (IPRAN), made up of six opposition political parties, including largest opposition party in Ghana – the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The group staged demonstrations in some parts of the country early this year. It had planned to escalate their actions against the EC but for the spread of coronavirus in the country.

The EC has nonetheless maintained its position to compile a new voter’s register

The commission initially slated the exercise on April 18, 2020, but had to postpone it due to the coronavirus last week of June.

With about five months to the December 7, Presidential and Parliamentary election, the EC has served notice it will still go ahead with the compilation of the new voter’s register.

A C.I for the compilation of the register is set to mature in Parliament today meanwhile there is a court action before the  Supreme Court of Ghana seeking among other things to halt the exercise.


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A 21-Year-Old Soldier Man Dies At Ashiaman.




A soldier belonging to the 3rd Battalion Infantry in Sunyani has been murdered in Tafia, a suburb of Ashaiman, in the Greater Accra region, on Friday, 3rd March 2023.

Imoro Sheriff, a 21-year-old boy was allegedly killed by a gang after he visited his girlfriend in the area.

Imoro, whose position could not be immediately verified, was attacked with knives and other weapons, immediately after leaving the girl­friend’s home.

It was said that Imoro usually visits his girlfriend anytime he goes to Ashaiman where he was born and raised.

When the Ghanaian Times visited the family home of Imoro, at Zongolika, a suburb of Ashaiman, on Monday, mourners were in a state of shock. The father of the deceased, Asa­nubu Imoro, confirmed the death of his son, saying he heard it via social media.

Asanubu Imoro said the son, who was based in Sunyani, Bono Region, informed him that he was attending a military programme in Accra and will visit family mem­bers on Friday.

“We were expecting him. When we called his number late into the night, there was no response. Somebody showed me a video and asked, do you know this man, that was when I identified my son.”

According to Asanubu Imoro, the military and other security agencies have been in close contact with the family as the investigation into the killing was ongoing.

When the Ghanaian Times con­tacted the Ashaiman Divisional Police Command concerning the incident, the authorities declined to speak on the matter, but indi­cated that 13 suspects had been arrested so far.
Source: Ghanaian Times.

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Mother Hangs Her Son and Herself at Ahanta West.




A young mother has committed suicide at Ajoa, a community in the Ahanta West Municipality of the Western Region. Before committing suicide, she hanged her son.

It is currently unknown what caused her to take her life and that of her son but eyewitnesses who interacted with the host of Connect FM’s Omanbapa morning show, Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson, narrated that they met the lifeless, bodies of the young mother and her son in the early morning of Wednesday, January 2023.

“We came to work in the building as laborers and saw the lifeless body of the lady and her son when we got there,” an eyewitness by name of Nana Yaw said.

“She could be in her early twenties whilst her son would be around four years. We don’t know where they come from and we don’t know any of their family members. They are still there on the ropes,” Nana Yaw added.

From the images available, the young parent is seen hanged whilst her son’s hand is tied with a rope in a sad situation.

  • “Information I have gathered is that residents around the community saw the young lady begging for money with her son yesterday around 4:00 pm. Nobody saw them again until this morning when we saw them dead in the uncompleted building. We do not know her in this community so we believe she came from somewhere else,” Assembly member for Ajoa, Robert James Yankey, indicated.
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