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The kwahu south forestry department on attack for illegally permitting one company whose name has not been noted by the youth and the entire people leaving in the Kwarfo village in the municipal.

According to the report reaching Anaf fm and Anaf Tv, the unknown company has been given permission to harvest Timber in the village. The people of the vicinity stated that, the company was supposed to meet the farmers and the rest of the people who have farms and plantations around that area in order to seek for their approval as well in order for them to harvest the Timbers but nothing of that sort was done.

About four days ago, this unknown company has started harvesting the Timbers without the knowledge of the farmers which according to report reaching us, their farm produce have been damaged and destroyed by this heavy load Timber.

Report By Nana Danso Abeam

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One of the villages under Bepong in the Kwahu South Municipality in the Eastern Region, Ghana.

Cocoa and Coffee Farmers under Kwahu Bepong are calling for fairness.

The timber operators are destroying their properties such as Coffee, Cocoa, Food crops like Banana, plantain, Cassava, etc

The companies are Emmata Company Ltd (MCE of Kwahu South and EK KOO Ltd based at Kwahu Nteso)


Reporter Nana Danso Abeam

NPP National Delegates Conference: Breakdown Of Regional Delegates

The New Patriotic Party’s national delegates conference is currently underway at the Accra Sports stadium.

The party is seeking to elect new national executives to steer its affairs for another four years.

The Conference is under the theme, “Holding together, Working together.”

Ahead of the official commencement of the conference, here is a breakdown of the regional delegates of the New Patriotic Party.

The Ashanti Region has the highest number of delegates- 816, followed by the Greater Accra Region with

There are also 28 Ministers and Deputy Minister delegates, 398 Members of Parliament and Municipal Metropolitan and District Chief Executive delegates and 50 founding members as delegates.

The student wing of the party, TESCON also has 291 delegates while there are 30 council of elders and patron delegates.

A total of 6,146 delegates are expected to elect the new national executives of the party.


Majority Leader Justifies Why NPP Is Holding Annual Conference Amidst Economic Hardship

The Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has given a reason why the New Patriotic Party went ahead to organise its National Delegates Conference despite calls for the process to be put hold due to economic hardships in the country.

One of such people who critised the governing party is Member of Parliament of Ningo-Prampram, Sam Nartey George, who argued that several aspirants are doling out lots of monies to the over 6000 delegates expected to cast their votes at the Accra Sports Stadium, in an attempt to woo them to give them their nods.

“The conference should have started at 9 am; we were given 9 am but it’s past 12. The delegates are held up, meeting with candidates who are giving them monies, 3 hours we’ve been sitting here. For a party that has dragged this country into a mess, you will ask yourself where are they getting the monies?” he claimed.

Asked by the media about his take on the statements by critics, Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu said the election is a necessity embedded in the party’s constitution.

“It’s an obligation on the part of the constitution of the party. The annual delegates conference of the party is annual and the time is due,” he said.

Some leading members of the NPP are at the Sports Stadium to witness and monitor the party’s National Executive Elections.

This election is described as a crucial one especially since the party looks to “Break the 8” in the political history of the country.

In June 2022, the party approved the nominations of 47 aspirants for the various positions, including the National Chairman, the 1st and 2nd Vice Chairperson, General, and National Organiser positions.

The rest of the positions are the National Youth Organiser, National Treasurer, Women’s Organiser, and National Nasara Coordinator.

Along the way, however, a number of the aspirants voluntarily opted out of the race.

Get-fund Project Left To Rot

A get Fund project led by the Formal Minister of parliament of Kwaebibirem municipal Hon. Ohemeng Teyase has been left to rot. The project was started in the late month of 2020, the work started in a high construction speed during that year.

According to investigations, the project which was a three classroom block and a two office for the Abaam Roman Catholic school was to be completed before that same year ends but from that year up till this year 2022 nothing good has come out of the project. The most unbearable aspect is that, this building has reach the lengthen stage and has a gable. The only thing left is roofing, wiring and woodwork for the students to start class in them.

Now students in the JHS section have a poor construction classroom and an under tree staff room which makes class difficult and teaching work very tedious for teachers in this school. Even According to the head teacher, when it rains the pupil of the school can stay in the old building because of the nature of it. He then plead to the General Director of get Fund projects to come to their aid to help complete the project.

We asked about what the current MP has said and the actions he is taking to help solve the case but according to them the MP for the Kade constituency Hon. Alexander Agare has not even show up to say a word about the left to rot classroom building. We don’t even know if he his aware of the project.

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source Anaf fm.

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Teacher In Court Over Forgery, Theft Of School Welfare Funds

The accused has been admitted to bail of 60,000 cedis with three sureties

Ebenezer Hammond, a teacher, has appeared before an Adenta Circuit Court for misappropriating GHC 8,900 belonging to a school welfare association.

Hammond is said to have forged signatures of two members of the association on three cheques to withdraw the amount from the National Investment Bank.

He pleaded not guilty for forgery of other documents and three counts of stealing.

The court, presided over by Mrs Sedinam Awo Balokah, admitted Hammond to bail in the sum of GHC 60,000 with three sureties.

The court ordered prosecution to file disclosures.

The matter has been adjourned to February 24.

Prosecuting, Chief Inspector Jacob Nyarko said the complainant (name withheld) was the headmistress of a school complex at Frafraha, whiles the accused person, was a former teacher and a secretary of the School’s Welfare Association.

Chief inspector Nyarko said the Association opened an account with the National Investment Bank (NIB), Adenta branch, and had three signatories – the chairperson being the complainant, a treasurer, a witness in the case and the accused person.

The prosecution said the accused person was mandated to cash monies from the Association’s account at the bank and that anytime the Association needed money, all the signatories would have to endorse the cheque.

It said the accused person took advantage of that and “learned how to sign the signatures of his two colleagues.”

The prosecution said on March 16, 2018, the accused person allegedly went to NIB and ordered for new cheque book in the name of the Association.

It said Hammond allegedly took three cheque leaflets and forged the signatures of his two colleagues on each of the cheque leaflets and succeeded in withdrawing GHC5,000 on March 16, 2018, GHC2,500 on April 4, 208 and GHC1,400 on April 12, 2018, from the Association’s account.

In July 2018, the prosecution said the complainant requested for a statement of the Association and detected the theft.

It said the matter was reported to the Police and during investigations the accused person admitted that he forged the signatures of his other signatories on the three cheque leaflets and succeeded in withdrawing the money.

The prosecution said the accused pleaded for time to refund the money but failed.

Source: GNA

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