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(VIDEO)He Was Determined To Jail Me But He Failed-Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata Reveals

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(VIDEO)He Was Determined To Jail Me But He Failed-Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata Reveals

Tsatsu Tsikata, the former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Commission (GNPC), says the Kufuor government’s efforts to imprison him were not surprising.

According to him, there was a plot from the beginning to undo the gains made by the Rawlings administration in the oil and gas field, and because he was the head of the commission, he knew he would be persecuted soon.

Tsatsu, speaking on Pan African TV’s KSM show, claimed that the Kufuor government was “determined” to find fault with Rawlings’ handling of the GNPC, and that he knew it would come down to him.

“I was involved in the GNPC under President Rawlings and was considered a close associate of Rawlings. His interest in establishing GNPC at the time deserves a lot of credit.”

“Unfortunately, when a new government came into power in this country, they wanted to toss everything he had done overboard. I was the head of GNPC at the time, and I became a target. They had to come up with something. By the beginning of 2001, I could see the determination to find something against me, by any means necessary. That’s how all these interesting cases against me came about, he explained.

 

Tsatsu also discussed the court proceedings that led to his detention at Nsawam Prison.

“I took the Fast Track Court to the Supreme Court, and it was declared unconstitutional. To form the review, they changed the panel and added two more panels. People were criticizing the judges’ decision in my favor at the time. You should listen to what then-Attorney-General, President Akufo-Addo, had to say about the judges. There was a strong desire to reverse the decision. “Justice Afreh was appointed, and another judge was appointed as well, so it went from 5-4 in my favor to 6-5 against me,” he explained.

When Tsatsu Tsikata was the head of the GNPC, he was imprisoned in 2008 for wilfully causing financial loss to the state.

After eight years, the Court of Appeal ruled that the High Court had wrongfully imprisoned Mr Tsikata and cleared him of all charges.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Nana Agradaa Boldly Reveals Some Deep Secrets About Kasoa Boys Ritual Murder

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Nana Agradaa Boldly Reveals Some Deep Secrets About Kasoa Boys Ritual Murder

The death of One Ishamil from Great Lamptey School in Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana lost his untimely death.

His death which was caused by two teenagers from Kasoa generated a huge controversy online and this has caused many well-meaning Ghanaians to add their voice to the sudden demise.

The latest to speak on the issue is Nana Agradaa who remains one of the popular fetish priestess in Ghana.

According to Nana Agradaa, the unfortunate demise of the 10-year-old boy is unfortunate and needs to be condemned. She further stressed that the Kasoa Police Command should see to it that the suspects are dealt with.

Speaking on Thunder Television, Nana Agradaa heavily descended on the fetish priestess who instigated the death of the 10-year old as she called her out for spoiling their business.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Dead Body Of A Popular Chief Missing At Suhum Government Hospital

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The family of Srah -Okanta and the management of the Suhum Government Hospital are at odds in the Suhum Municipality of the Eastern Region over the disappearance of their chief’s body at the facility morgue.

Nana Kofi Padi, 96, the chief of Srah-Okanta, a farming community near Suhum, reportedly died on January 4, 2021, while being treated at the hospital, and his body was deposited at the hospital morgue.

The family on Thursday night stormed the hospital morgue to retrieve the body but after processing the necessary documents, the body was nowhere to be found.

The disappearance of the body has created feud and misunderstanding between the family and the hospital management.

Interestingly, the late Chief’s son identified as Antwi is working at the hospital as a security man.

The security man said he always checked on the body until a month ago that he was told they have changed the position of the body at the morgue so he should be patient.

DGN Online gathered that the Hospital three weeks ago gave out some of the bodies to other families which they suspect it has been exchanged with another body.

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Abigail Reportedly Killed By His Husband For ‘Sika Duro’

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Abigail Reportedly Killed By His Husband For 'Sika Duro'

According to information we have received, a 24-year-old man allegedly assassinated his wife for money rituals.

Ghana is gradually becoming the Biblical Sodom and Gomorrah, with wickedness taking over everywhere in the country, all in the name of money.

Just as previous cases of men murdering their girlfriends for cheating on them are still being investigated by police, here comes another.

This disgusting incident happened at Onakwase, a community in the Ayensua District of the Eastern region.

According to reports from mybrytfmonline.com, the suspected young man identified as Isaac, had a little misunderstanding with Abigail Larbi, the deceased wife. Abigail then left the house alongside with her two children to her mother’s place.

Weeks later, Isaac succeeded in persuading Abigail to come to his place as a way of hanging out with her. The deceased was not found since then until her mutilated body was discovered at a dumping site in the community.

As a proof that the suspect used the deceased for money rituals, it is said that the tongue, vagina, breast and even the head of the deceased were removed by the suspect.

Investigation is under way by the Eastern regional police command.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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