Residents at Anloga Junction in Kumasi are blaming the police for the accident which claimed 3 lives recently.

The three people were burnt to death after the tricycle they were traveling in collided with a trailer.

According to eyewitnesses, the tricycle, locally called Pragya was crossing the airport intersection road, when the trailer driver lost control of his brakes.

The Inspector-General of Police at a press briefing said the service has identified 6,000 hotspots ahead of the December elections but assured they are in charge of ensuring peace before and after the December elections.

Mr James Opong-Boanuh, however, had a stern warning for those who want to foment trouble.

Some minority MPs have been claiming there is insecurity in ghana but when he appeared in parliament this week, The national security minister said the claims are untrue and even blamed some MPs for causing the insecurity.

But the minority leader insisted on the earlier claim.

Parliamentarians invited the Electoral Commission (EC) to brief the House on its preparedness towards the general elections but no one turned up.

Well, the minority side reiterated the importance of the EC’s chair to brief the house. They wanted her cited for contempt.

Commissioner Jean Mensah, however, showed up on Saturday and outlines details of their plans or the upcoming polls.

The Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu released its report on the Corruption Risk Assessment conducted into the Agyapa Royalties deal. This followed with a blistering attack  on him by both the NDC and NPP

Mr Amidu also slipped in the report, details of the Airbus scandal, identifying Government official 1 as John Mahama.

Mr. Mahama described Mr Amidu as a ‘coward’ for his act.