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The Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) warns against false COVID-19 medications, panic buying

The Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) has expressed great worry at the publication of false COVID-19 medications on social media which has led to panic buying, resulting in shortage of some drugs needed to treat not only COVID-19 but other diseases.The association is also worried that the wrong administration of these drugs in some cases can make sick patients immune to COVID-19 treatment when they really need it.

Leaked Confidential National Security memo reveals serious extortion by officials

The National Security Minister-Designate Albert Kan Dapaah has noted that state security who have been deployed to unapproved routes at Elubo are aiding the illegal immigrants to and from the country. According to a letter to the Interior Ministry Military, Immigration and Customs officers stationed at the various unapproved routes are extorting CFA 1,000 and 10,000 from illegal immigrants.

Two Ex-employees of Baby shop in Accra nabbed by police for stealing Gh¢ 300,000 ($51,549) from shop.

Baby Bliss Ghana is one of the biggest baby shops in Accra and Ghana at large. Information posted on the company's official Instagram page states that 2 ex-employees of the company are in the tight grips of the Ghana police for stealing goods and cash amounting to Ghc300,000.

Sad News: Somanya Municipal Officer In-Charge of the National Ambulance Service Passes On

Snr. E. M. T. Abraham Tetteh, Somanya Municipal Officer In-Charge of the National Ambulance Service who was shot by armed robbers on route to Koforidua with a Mother in labour passed on in the early hours Saturday 6th February, 2021, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, where he was receiving treatment.

Soldiers pound fufu in the homes of appointees – Prof Gyampo

In a series of Facebook posts on Monday, Gyampo wrote: “On this crusade, I’ve just been told that some soldiers actually pound fufu in the homes of some civilian appointees. What a way to decimate the image of our most disciplined institution! Do we have an army commander in Ghana?”

Radio Gold Founder Baffoe-Bonnie Dead

The CEO and founder of Radio Gold Sainti Baffoe-Bonnie has died, Big Family Radio has learnt. Mr Baffoe-Bonnie commonly known as Baboo died on Monday, February 1, 2020.

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