News Headlines For 30/03/16

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Headlines, Wednesday 30th, March, 2016.

Minister wanted by Ho court denies wrongdoing

Korle Bu interdicts senior staff president over ‘false’ comments on radio

US Ambassador urges Ghana-US collaboration to fight terrorism

30 photos: Gifty Anti steals the show at Adumasa durbar

Odd News: Man wears all his clothes to avoid extra baggage cost

Dr. Nduom questions gov’t’s handling of Agogo crisis

Ya Na Murder: Commit to rule of law by cracking the whip – Dagbon regent

Peace at Bunkpurugu: Residents returning after nine years of conflict ends

260 nomadic herdsmen flee clashes in Cote d’Ivoire; seek shelter in Bole

3 South African ex-cops detained in Ghana deported

McDermott’s lawyer goes wild

Families renew ties at Luv FM Family Party in the Park

Ghana’s environment policy document ‘deficient’

Today’s front pages: Wednesday March 30, 2016

DEPORTATION OF 3 SA EX-POLICE OFFICERS: WE’LL PURSUE CASE TO PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE COURT – LAWYER
Nana Asante Bediatuo, one of the lawyers for the three South African ex police officers who were arrested by the BNI for allegedly engaging in acts that threatened national security and later deported, says he would continue to pursue the case to protect the integrity of the court.

18-YEAR-OLD ARBITER MEETS UNTIMELY DEATH
A genuine attempt of an 18-year-old senior high school student to separate two men who were fighting over a lady has resulted in this untimely death.

FATE OF NEW NHIS SUBSCRIBERS HANGS AS SCHEME FACES GH¢337M FUNDING GAP
The National Health Insurance Scheme is facing a GH¢337 million funding gap, which could hamper the Scheme’s operations and leave close to 700, 000 people without medicare.

GHANA’S ROADS WORTH $6 BILLION
The country’s road infrastructure is valued at over $6 billion – though there remains a deficit in the sector that requires huge financial outlay to address, the Parliamentary Select Committee on Transport has noted in a report.

‘3 SA EX-COPS DEPORTED; BNI TO FACE CONTEMPT CHARGE
The three retired South African police officers who were arrested in the Central Region for allegedly engaging in activities with national security implications for Ghana has been deported.

PPP WILL HALT ROAMING CATTLE PRACTICE’
Presidential hopeful of the Progressive People’s Party, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has indicated his willingness to halt the practice where cattle and livestock roam on the streets of Ghana freely, should he be given the opportunity to govern this country.

NUGS WARNS GOV’T OVER DELAY OF TEACHER TRAINEES’ FEEDING FEES
National Union of Ghana Students has called on government to without further delay, release all the outstanding feeding grants for Teacher Trainees across the country.

NPP ‘CAPOS’DEPORTED; FAMILY CRIES FOUL IN SOUTH AFRICA
The three South African ex-police officers who made the headlines last week following their arrest by the Bureau of National Investigations were deported to their home country yesterday in a manner that is seen as contemptuous of the court of law.

CHIEF CITED IN CHINESE GALAMSEY
It has emerged that the four Chinese nationals where were recently arrested by the Asankragwa Divisional Police in the Western Region for illegal mining were working for the paramount chief of the Wassa Amanfi Traditional Area, Nana Tetrete Okuamoah Sekyim II.