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Social | GhanaThis Is What The WEST Calls Civilization! (PHOTOS)Filthy Rev. Owusu Bempah!Fuel Shortage Hits Ghana Police!Doctors Vow To Disregard New RulingPrez Mahama Visits NigeriaJudicial Service On StrikeTwo Sentenced For Stealing Otumfuo’s Gold75 Killed In Road Accidents In AshantiI Will Not Defend Armed Robbers Again – Lawyer DeclaresPersons With Disability To Sue Govt InstitutionsCourt To Hold Police Prosecutors ResponsibleSeized Mercury Missing From Customs Strong RoomPolice Threaten AlutaPolice Officer And Family PerishI Have Regretted Being Truant – Kweku Baako confesses.Youth Acquiring GunsEx-Minister In AccidentDStv Red-faced After Causing Panic Over Mandela’s DeathCreate Separate Body To Manage NHIA’s Funds – Prof AkosaA-G Orders Kofi Amoabeng’s Prosecution Visit Peace FM Online for latest news, breaking news, audio and feature stories in Ghana en-us Peace FM Online 2009 2013-04-06T15:55:26+01:00 Michael Ofori Amanfo Boateng Ghana News This Is What The WEST Calls Civilization! The controversial Founder & Leader of the Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, is in the news and again for the wrong reason. Information gathered by the Daily Searchlight newspaper indicates that the Ghana police Service has been hit by fuel shortage for the past three months. The situation started accumulating since the beginning of the year, making their operations extremely difficult; the Daily Searchlight is informed. The Ghana Medical Association says it will not abide by the latest ruling issued by the Labour Commission which spells out the payment schedule of arrears owed them. President John Dramani Mahama is in Abuja, Nigeria for talks with Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. It seems the cycle of industrial actions plaguing the country of late will not end anytime soon as Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has also gone on strike. The two Peruvians who stole the crown jewels of the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, have been sentenced to a total of 44 months imprisonment by a Oslo District Court. Seventy-five (72) people were killed in road crashes in the Ashanti Region in the first three months of the year. There was drama at an Accra Circuit Court when a lawyer declared in open court that he was not going to defend armed robbers again following attack on his family by robbers. All government and state institutions risk being sued for not restructuring their buildings and making them easily accessible to persons living with disability. A Circuit Court in Accra on Thursday said it would now hold Police Prosecutors responsible for the absence of remand prisoners. The Bureau for Internal Affairs (BIA), has called on the government to investigate how about 15 consignment of mercury seized from some Chinese nationals got missing at the Customs Division of Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). Police officers stationed at crime prone areas and road intersections in Accra and Tema in what the Police administration refer to as ‘Police Visibility’ strategy are extremely angry, describing their conditions as “inhumane”. Tragedy hit the Police Headquarters Highways Patrol Unit yesterday when one of its men, Inspector Mortsi Mensah and his immediate family perished in a motor accident at Hwakpo near Kasseh, on the Tema-Aflao highway on Good Friday. The Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide, Kweku Baako has said he has regretted his truant days as a student in Half Assini Secondary School. An increasing number of young people are in possession of firearms in the Northern Region, posing an additional risk to the already volatile situation in the area. SUSANA MENSAH, a deputy Eastern Regional Minister in the erstwhile Kufuor administration was involved in a terrible motor accident over the weekend at Mpraeso in Kwahu. A mistake on a DStv channel caused momentary panic on Tuesday night, by suggesting that former president Nelson Mandela had died. To improve the financing of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and make it sustainable, Professor Agyeman-Badu Akosa, a seasoned health expert, has proposed a separation of the fund management from the Scheme’s regulation. The long held view that in Ghana a rich man does not face criminal trial or go to jail when found guilty of a crime, is being rewritten by the Attorney-General (A-G) and Minister for Justice, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong, has directed Her Lordship Naa Adoley Azu to hear the case of property fraud brought against Prince Kofi Amoabeng, and ensure that it is prosecuted to its logical conclusion.