The Chronicle Youth pummel Assembly Members …for failing to confirm Somanya MCE.
The hall of the Yilo Klo Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region was turned into a boxing ring on Wednesday, this week, when youth from the area invaded the place and subjected the assembly members to severe pumelling.
According to the aggrieved youth, the assembly members allegedly took various sums of money from President Akufo Addo’s nominee for the position of Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Ebenezer Kupulor, but still went ahead to vote against him for the second time.
They therefore, went to the premises of the assembly to force the members to cough up the amount they allegedly took from the MCE nominee.
Delta 8 saga: No evidence to sustain prosecution
It has now emerged that the Kumasi Circuit court, presided over by Patricia Amponsah, was forced to acquit and discharged the eight Delta Force members on Wednesday this week, because there was no evidence to sustain their prosecution.
The members of the pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) vigilante group were accused of invading the same court room to free 13 of their colleagues.
The decision of the court was based on a submission by the State Prosecutor, ACP Okyere Darko, to drop the charges which action was also based on the advice from the Principal State Attorney, Marie Louise Simmons.
Law school students boycott exam
Students of the Ghana School of Law have boycotted a paper they were supposed to write, in protest against a mix up in the questions for their second paper for the first semester.
The students said they were supposed to write a Criminal Procedure paper, therefore, they wondered how Law of Evidence, which had nothing to with the subject, found itself among the set of questions.
What was more, the students were peeved, because one question had been cancelled, reducing the number of options available to them.
Bu their exam structure, the students explained that they were supposed to choose four questions out of six.
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