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Armed robbers and petty thieves donate to Police

Armed robbers and petty thieves donate to Police

Mr. Atta Ayi, the chairman of the Association of Armed Robbers and Petty Thieves has donated an amount of GH¢100,000 to the Police administration, in support of the establishment of a new special anti-crime unit. The chairman said the donation will go towards setting up a new  law enforcement unit to tackle armed robbery and petty…

Mahama to commission second phase of Special Voting project 

President John Mahama will commission the second phase of the Shambolic Special Voting project during the final leg of his last-minute project commissioning mania. According to officials, the Special Voting project, which is a joint venture by the Electoral Commission and the Mahama government, “demonstrates both side’s commitment to incompetence.” The second phase of the Special…

KNUST creates special breed of cold-blooded knifemen

Researchers at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have successfully created a special breed of human beings capable of inflicting vicious stab wounds on colleagues with whom they share virtually everything but an abode. The researchers say by removing copies of a gene called the common sense gene, they have created a…

ECG announces merger with MTN to create Ghana’s ‘meanest credit thieving conglomerate’

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has announced a public-private partnership deal with telecommunications giant MTN, to create the “meanest credit thieving conglomerate in the history daylight robbery.” According to analysts, the deal will “bring together the two best known names in the vanishing credit business.” ECG has a long history of not only charging…

Former DVLA boss passes fraud-worthy test

The former head of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has been declared fit to continue driving national resources into private pockets after passing a rigorous fraud-worthy test. The test, according to officials, is aimed at ensuring that all senior officials plying the corridors of power are “adequately fraud-worthy to ensure the safety of…

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