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Ghana: Thugs storm teaching hospital, sack CEO.

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Thugs reportedly joined Ghana’s ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Monday and sacked Chief Executive Officer of a teaching hospital located in Tamale, capital of the Northern region.

A group known as Kandahar boys went to the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) and ordered the facility’s head Dr. David Zaawumya Kolbila to leave his office.



They walked into the CEO’s office and ordering him and other staff in the office to leave, which they all obeyed without any resistance.

Their actions have since led to strike by all medical staff at the facility, The workers are protesting the action of the group.

Local media reports say the group said their action as to protect the hospital because the CEO was not consulting other hospital authorities in decision making.

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The Kandahar Boys said that they were instrumental in getting the CEO of the Tamale Teaching Hospital into position but he has ignored the NPP youth since he got the position.

The regional minister  who is the chief security officer  has confirmed that he knows some of the people caught on tape. He has insisted that the law will take its course as per the president’s orders .

Meanwhile, there is confusion within the NPP as to whether or not the people involved in the act were really party operatives or not.

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South Africa: Ex-Mandela cop wins appeal against police minister

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Major General Andre Lincoln, a policeman chosen by then-president Nelson Mandela to head an elite presidential investigative unit, has won an appeal in a civil case against the police minister in the Western Cape High Court.



Lincoln confirmed on Monday that his appeal, which is related to at least 15 years of legal wrangling, had been successful.

It is not yet clear how Lincoln now plans to proceed with the matter.

The judgment found that Lincoln had not proved a malicious prosecution in terms of some of the charges, that of drunk driving and fleeing the scene of an accident.

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However, it said in terms of the remaining charges, which he was previously charged with in a regional court, his claims against the defendant succeeded with costs.

The Minister of Safety and Security was therefore ordered to pay Lincoln’s costs in the appeal, which included the costs of two counsel.

Lincoln previously claimed that he had been involved in highly sensitive investigations, including a suspected plot by cops to kill Mandela at his 1994 inauguration, which he claimed was “covered up”.

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He had also previously faced 47 criminal charges and was convicted of 17 of these in 2003.

Lincoln then appealed the conviction and was acquitted on all the charges.

He believed that, due to the critical investigations he was busy with, other senior police officers had set him up and had him criminally charged.

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Dozens die as mud destroys Uganda villages

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A landslide following heavy rains in eastern Uganda has killed more than 40 people.



It is feared that the death toll could rise as a government rescue team reaches the Mount Elgon area.

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A river burst its banks and a torrent of mud and water swept villages away. Pictures from the scene show people retrieving bodies from the mud and carrying them away.

People gather at the scene of a landslide in Bududa area in eastern Uganda,

A landslide in the same region, Bududa, killed more than 300 people in 2010.

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