Pressure mounts on government to release the report of investigations into the Ejura disturbances.

National Chief Iman makes a rare move by donating ¢50,000 towards the construction of the national cathedral.

The family of social activist, Ibrahim ‘Kakaa’ Mohammed, plead with the Chief Imam to help them ensure the release of his brother Baba Iddi from police custody.

Crocodiles stray into homes from floodwaters in some parts of the Upper East Region.

Also, no road offence will no longer go unpunished as the MTTD commissions a national monitoring and surveillance centre which captures almost every road network in the country.

If you missed any of these stories in the news, this is the weekly wrap, put together for you.