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Sammy Gyamfi Arrested By Ghana Police After TV Discussion



The National Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has been arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police.

The “arrest” occurred minutes after he participated in a live studio discussion on UTV‘s “Adekye Nsroma” morning show.

The NDC National Communications Officer was whisked away by some plain-clothed security officers in a white unmarked pick-up vehicle with license plate VR 4870 – 12.

Just as the outspoken NDC stalwart was making his way to board his vehicle after the show had ended, the CID officers suddenly surfaced, produced a warrant and in a flash, picked him away.

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It is still, however, unclear what precipitated the action by the security officers. understands Sammy Gyamfi is currently at the CID Headquarters in Accra awaiting investigation.

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Minority Walks Out Of Parliament, Boycotts SONA2020



The Minority in Parliament on Thursday, February 20, 2020, staged a walkout of the Parliament house after President Nana Akufo-Addo entered the main chamber to address the legislative arm of Government on the state of the nation as demanded by the constitution.

There have been walkouts staged by previous minorities including the NPP on different issues but this one is the first time in the history of Ghana’s politics any side has boycotted a SONA address by a president.

Cladded in all black, they waved placard with the inscription “Free and fair election is not negotiable” while others chanted “bye bye ooo, bye bye ooo” to show their disappointment in the president as they took they are exited the parliament house.

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Coronavirus: Stay In China, We’ll Send You “Shito, Gari And Kenkey – Gov’t To Stranded Ghanaian Students



The Minister for Health, Kwaku Agyemang Manu has announced that the government is ever ready to shiploads of Ghanaian staple foods like “shito, gari and kenkey that can last over 2 weeks without going bad”, to the over 300 Ghanaian students who have been trapped in the Chinese province of Wuhan after the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease.

The decision of the government comes after the advice by the Ghana Health Service to the Health Ministry that shipping stranded students into the country “is not an option for now”, despite calls by the students through the China chapter of the National Union of Ghana Students for government to evacuate them from China.

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Speaking in an interview on Okay FM, Mr Agyemang Manu said, “ Ayorkor (Foreign Affairs Minister) was angry that, when she sent people to buy the shito, they came back to say one bottle costs GHC 80, so she won’t buy that shito, but would personally go to market to buy some at a cheaper price; so we are thinking of them; day by day we are talking with them”.


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First Ambulance Commissioned By Akuffo Addo Involved In An Accident



One of the newly commissioned ambulances of President Akuffo Addo just got involved in an accident in Accra.

A social media user who was at the scene took to Facebook to recount how the accident occurred.

Sharing a photo from the scene in a popular Facebook group, Tell It All, he wrote;

“So this trotro driver hit one of the ambulances that was commissioned today? Ok, let me drink my water and come wai”.

President Nana Addo commissioned and distributed 307 brand new ambulances this year.

Sharing photos from a special ceremony, he wrote;

“On Tuesday, 28th January, 2020, I commissioned and presented 307 brand new, state-of-the-art ambulances, fitted with advanced life support equipment and tracking devices, to be distributed to 275 constituencies, i.e. 1-Constituency-1-Ambulance, to be managed by the National Ambulance Service, and the remainder of 32 ambulances to the headquarters of the Service. This is the single largest presentation of ambulances made to the Ghana Ambulance Service, since its establishment in 2004.

As against the scenario whereby 1 ambulance served approximately 524,000 people at the end of December 2016, today, we have a much-improved ratio of 1 ambulance serving approximately 84,000 people.”

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