Listen to music while browsing

Visa contractor granted 30 million cedis bail

By GNA

Tema, Jan 31, GNA - An unemployed man who took 17 million cedis from his girl fiend under the pretext of getting a British visa for her brother but failed has been granted 30 million cedis bail by the Tema circuit court 'A'.

Edward Akrofi pleaded not guilty and will reappear on February 8, 2005. Prosecuting, Chief Inspector Sarah Aggrey Acquah told the court that in July 2004, Akrofi told his girl friend that he had a brother in the U.K. who could assist her to travel to Britain.

She said the complainant gave him 17 million cedis and four passport pictures to process the necessary documents to enable her younger brother to travel.

Chief Inspector Acquah said after collecting the money, Akrofi went into hiding but on January 18 he was spotted in a bus, and was arrested.

Investigator fails to show up in Amoateng forged passport case

Monday, January 26, 2015 Lawyers for former Nkoranza North MP Eric Amoateng today had their hopes of completing the cross-exa ...

Chiefs Demonstrate Against Headmaster

Monday, January 26, 2015 THE CHIEFS and people of Kwahu Pepease in the Kwahu East District of the Eastern Region on Friday ...

Death of 7-month old baby linked to Kasoa power surge

Monday, January 26, 2015 A 7-month old baby in Kasoa Galilea in the Central Region has been burnt to death in a fire outbreak ...

Removal of Nigerian billboards has saved Ghana from possible Boko Haram attack - Security Expert

Monday, January 26, 2015 A security expert, Dr Kwesi Ennin has indicated that Ghana has been saved from a possible attack by ...

Gov't must be honest about scale of Ghana's power crisis - Expert

Monday, January 26, 2015 Energy Expert, Benjamin Boakye suspects managers of the country's power sector are not giving accura ...
show more stories