Illegal gambling suspect nabbed

first_imgILOILO City – A woman facing illegal gambling charges was arrested yesterday on General Luna Street, City Proper. The court recommended a P30,000 bail bond for the suspect’s temporary liberty./PN Ma. Concepcion Elizan was taken to the Iloilo City Police Office Station 1.center_img She was caught around 11:40 a.m. on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Juana Editha Panigbatan-Nafarrete, of the Regional Trial Court 6th Judicial Region.last_img

Day one of the impeachment trial for President Donald Trump is underway!

first_imgIn December, the House of Representatives impeached the president for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Senate is now conducting the second phase of the trials to determine if the crimes the president is alleged to have committed are legitimate.last_img

Ghana Government to invest 3.3m in sports

first_imgGovernment has allocated 3.3 million cedis to the National Sports Authority (NSA) as budget for the various sporting disciplines.Finance Minister, Seth Terkper made this known when he read the 2014 budget Tuesday.According to him, the amount, to be shared equally among the 33 associations was to facilitate their activities for the year.He said this was part of government’s measures to ensure that the lesser known disciplines were adequately resourced to promote sports.“This is part of measures of Government to ensure that the lesser known sports are adequately resourced.”The component for the Ghana Football Association is expected be used for the development of juvenile football. The Minister said the amount will expedite action on the construction of modern boxing gym at Bukom as well as the rehabilitation of the Baba Yara, Essipong and Tamale Sports Stadia.He said preparatory works for the construction of ten Sports Senior High Schools in all the regional capitals and district sports arenas had commenced.Terpker assured that, eight out of the 20 multi-purpose sports courts in some selected districts and educational institutions across the country will be completed next year.last_img read more