Daily Guide – Hard work pays.

President Akufo-Addo has stressed the need for the country to honour its sons and daughters who distinguish themselves exceptionally in the service of the nation.

He believes it is the best way to crown their efforts.

This was when he held a farewell dinner for the immediate-past Chief Justice (CJ), Georgina Theodora Wood at the presidency last Friday.

Chief Justice Georgina Wood was not just the first female CJ of the land, but was also the longest-serving leader of the country’s judiciary in recent past.

Speaking at the event, President Akufo-Addo noted that “it is important for our country that we recognize and acknowledge exceptional service to our nation; and that is what our guest of honour has rendered to our people.”

NDC boys on rampage

…over John Mahama

The deep-seated internal wrangling that culminated in the defeat of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) during the December 7, 2016 general elections does not appear to be ending anytime soon.

This is because there is currently what can be likened to a ‘civil war’ that is tearing the main opposition party apart.

The party is gearing up to select a suitable candidate to challenge the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2020 but the continuous accusations and counter-accusations are not helping the party to re-strategise effectively even after the release of the report of the Prof Kwesi Botchwey Committee that investigated the NDC’s massive defeat last year.


15 arrested over Cop murder

The police have apprehended 15 suspects, including a woman for the alleged killing of Constable Daniel Owusu at Abeka Lapaz last Thursday afternoon.

The suspects include six Nigerians and nine Ghanaians, and they were apprehended in their various hideouts at Ablekuma, Olebu and Kasoa.

The suspects are Ken Ikponnwosa, 23, Faith Ogieriakhi, 35, Fem Erhuumwunse, 20, Michael Ogbegia, 20, Sampson Aja, 27, Emmanuel Aimiu, 31, and Kwasi Nyarko 33.

The rest are Raphael Nii Lartey Coffie, 37, Asara Frederick 35, Mark Enchil, 31, Kwadwo Afari, 32, Kwabena Gyasi, 20, Aboudo Mohammed, Sinize Ziba and Charity Otuboah, 27.

An unregistered Hyundai Elantra, an unregistered Royal motorbike and four empty shells were some of the exhibits retrieved from suspects upon their arrest.

UMB marks 45th anniversary

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has appointed John Kofi Mensah as the Managing Director of the Agricultural Development Bank (adb).

Starrfmonline.com can confirm that the Chief of Staff, Akosa Frema Osei Opare, has written to the Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Attah to kindly take steps to regularize the said appointment in accordance with the relevant provisions of the companies Act and the company’s Regulation.


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