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Ghana Police Service Implements Robust Security Measures for Upcoming Elections

The Ghana Police Service (GPS) has announced stringent measures to ensure a safe environment for the upcoming general elections. These measures include the establishment of an election security secretariat tasked with overseeing, planning, and executing election-related activities. Collaborating with other security agencies, the GPS aims to ensure the elections proceed …

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Ghana Police Can Now Issue Spot Fines via Ghana.GOV Platform – Ursula Owusu-Ekuful

In a recent announcement, the Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, revealed that the Ghana Police Service can now issue spot fines for road and traffic offenses, thanks to the Ghana.GOV platform. This digital initiative allows officers to inspect insurance and motor infractions in real time. During a press …

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Former Power Minister Kwabena Donkor Slams ECG Over Donation of Motorbikes to Ghana Police 

Dr. Kwabena Donkor, former Minister of Power, has strongly criticized the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) for its recent donation of 200 motorbikes to the Ghana Police Service. Labeling the gesture as “irresponsible,” Dr. Donkor highlighted ECG’s substantial indebtedness to Independent Power Producers (IPPs) as a pivotal concern. Speaking to …

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Electricity Company of Ghana Donates 200 Motorbikes to Boost Police Visibility

The Ghana Police Service has received a significant boost to its operations with the donation of 200 motorbikes from the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG). This move aims to enhance police visibility nationwide and support their general duties. During a brief ceremony at the police headquarters in Accra, the Inspector …

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 Ghana Police Seek High Court Injunction Against Planned December Demonstrations

The Ghana Police Service has taken legal action by filing an application at the High Court to seek an injunction against three groups planning demonstrations throughout December. The groups – Democracy Hub, Patriotic Hub, and the Patriotic Forum for Accountable Governance – had notified the police about their intended protests …

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Ghana Police Confirm GH¢2.5 Million Deposit from Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1) at Bank of Ghana

In an official announcement, the Ghana Police Service has confirmed the receipt of GH¢2.5 million from Nana Appiah Mensah, the former CEO of Menzgold, and the subsequent deposit of this sum into the Bank of Ghana. According to a statement shared on X (formerly Twitter), the Police Service clarified that …

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Ghana Police Deny the Arrest of BBC Journalist

In the heat of the protests and the clashes which resulted in the arrests of several individuals, the Ghana Police Service allegedly arrested a BBC journalist and his cameraman and taken to the police headquarters. The Ghana Police Service have released a communique that the claims are false and they …

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The Ghana Police Service have Released a Statement Following the Arrest of 49 Protestors

The Ghana Police Service have finally released a statement addressing the reason behind the arrest of the protestors in the ongoing #occupyjulorbihouse demonstration. Read the full statement below “1. The Police, today 21st September 2023, have arrested 49 suspects in connection with an unlawful assembly and violation of the Public …

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Some Protestors of the #OccupyJulorbiHouse Have Been Arrested by the Ghana Police

Protesters participating in the ongoing #OccupyJulorbiHouse movement were apprehended earlier today at the 37 Trotro station, where they had assembled to march towards the Jubilee House. Among those detained is Barker-Vormawor, who is purportedly leading the demonstration. According to Olele Salvador, the Ghana Police Service has allegedly directed the arrested …

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Police File Injunction Against Minority In Relation to Their OccupyBoG Protest

In the Financial and Economic Division of the Accra High Court, it was revealed that the Ghana Police Service has filed a motion to stop the #OccupyBoG protest organized by the Minority caucus in Parliament. The organizers initially notified the police about the protest on September 4, sticking to the …

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