The Chronicle – Terrorists group in Ghana …Turkey Ambassador reveals.


Nesrin Bayazit, Turkey Ambassador to Ghana, says the presence of a Turkish terrorist group in Ghana could compromise the stability the country has been enjoying after opting for democracy.

Nesrin Bayazit said the Fetullah Gullen Terrorist Organization (FETO) is a new generation of terrorist organization that is based on hypocrisy, concealment and secrecy.

According to her, FETO is present in more than 150 countries around the world, including Ghana.  Nesrin Bayazit, who hosted a section of the media, at her residence in Accra last Friday, said FETO is present in schools, non-governmental organizations (NGO), lobbyists, media outlets and companies.

Tamale residents steal 45% of power supply

The Northern Electricity Distribution Company (NEDCo) of the Volta River Authority (VRA) has adopted a new strategy of fighting illegal connections and power thefts by naming and shaming notorious customers who engage in it.

According to the management of NEDCo, the company was at the verge of collapse, largely due to illegal power connections and theft in the system.

The Corporate communications Director of NEDCo, Mr Maxwell Kofi Kotoka, wearing a red armband at a new conference in Tamale, disclosed that over 45 percent of illegal power consumption or theft had been recorded in the Tamale Metropolitan Area, thereby incapacitating the company to deliver quality services to its loyal customers.


Kotoko accident re-opens road safety debate

When news broke out that some management members and the playing body of the Kumasi Asante Kotoko football club were involved in an accident on Wednesday after their mid-week league match against Inter Allies, many were those who wept profusely.

Dyed in the wool Asante Kotoko fans, admirers and non-supporters of the club, including followers of their arch rivals Accra Hearts of Oak, felt the pinch so much that it is important that we re-visit the road safety debate.


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