Source: Class FM Ghana - Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has said there is a trap laid for Ghana, in the maritime dispute with its western neighbour Ivory Coast.

“…That thing, I keep talking talking talking and people are not hearing; they’ll wait till somebody from another country prophesies, then they start running. That borderline dispute, there is something in it, and if we don’t pray, Ghana will be 

Source: GNA - The Ghana Book Publishers Association (GBPA) says the Copyright Monitoring Team inaugurated by the Attorney- General to help minimise the abuse of the economic rights of the creators lack the resources to be effective.

Mr Elliot Agyare, the President of the GBPA, complaining about the crippling effect of piracy on publishers, therefore, called for a regulatory framework that ‘bites and serves as a deterrent to would be perpetrators’.

Source: Starr FM Ghana - The Sene east District Head Pastor of the Apostolic church of Ghana and one of his church elders have been shot dead by suspected robbers.

The two, Pastor Saki and Elder Ampah were killed Sunday morning on the Atebubu-Kumasi highway. It is unclear where they were traveling to.

Source: kasapafmonline. com - The leadership of the ruling National Democratic Congres (NDC) has warned various appointees of government, party functionaries and heads of Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDA’s) to be proactive in the NDC campaign towards the 2016 election, lest have themselves to blamed in the repercussions thereof.

Source: rainbowradioonline. com - The Head of the private security detail for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo, Captain (rtd) Edmund Koda, has revealed that he was never manhandled by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) when he was in their custody.

Source: TV3network. com - The personal photographer and bodyguard of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo have been released from the custody of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI), TV3 can confirm.

The two - Kwadwo Kyeremeh and Malik Neequaye, were released at 11:55pm Tuesday, TV3 gathers.

Source: TV3network. com - Some members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are calling on President John Dramani Mahama to relieve the head of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) of his job over what they say is abuse of power.

The BNI was pivotal in the deportation of two ex-South African police officers, whom they suspected to be training some Ghanaians in acts that threatened the security of the state.

Source: myjoyonline. com - Officials of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) have defended their decision to detain the photographer of the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo and a member of the NPP security.

According to Joy News sources, the BNI believes the two men will be able to help with the investigations of the case involving the three South African ex-cops who were arrested in March for training security detail of Nana Akufo-Addo.

Source: Class FM Ghana - A sex worker at East Legon in Accra has accused police officers of frustrating and abusing them at their area of operation, causing clients to stay away from the place, and leaving them in a desperate financial crisis.

The lady, who confessed to being a prostitute, but would not give her name, made the disclosure on Accra100.5fm’s morning show, Ghana Yensom, on Wednesday April 20, in a telephone interview after she sent a text message to the radio station concerning the frustrations they are facing in the line of duty at East Legon.

“But we have a situation in Ghana where employees are very, very lazy. They get to work very late and they want to close very early. Even when it is not holiday, they want to enjoy holiday. Anytime there is a little opportunity to lazy about Ghanaian [workers] want to do that”
Source: myjoyonline. om - A human rights advocate and lawyer has decried what he describes as the lethargic attitude of workers in both private and public institutions, blaming that for human right abuses meted out to some employees by their bosses.