Source: B&FT Ghana - Ghana's spending on oil imports declined by more than $1.54 billion 2015, mainly account of crude oil price collapsing on the world market.

The cut in oil imports bill, which is expected to produce a sense of relief in the domestic market and compensate for the loss in government's oil revenue, happened at a time demand for fuel had risen sharply due to the energy crisis - forcing many businesses and homes to rely on generator sets for power.

Source: GNA - The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has rallied Ghanaians to do everything to overcome division and accept to live in total peace and harmony.

They should never allow ethnicity, political and religious differences to tear them apart - undermine the unity and cohesion of the society.

Source: Class FM Ghana - A 25-year-old man was, on the morning of Tuesday January 26, 2016, lynched and set alight at Kronom Afrancho in the Ashanti region for attempted robbery.

Source: TV3network .com - A teacher at Asokore Methodist Primary School in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region has allegedly stripped a female pupil naked after accusing her of stealing GHc11.

The girl and her other colleague were accused of stealing the money belonging to the headmaster of the school on last Friday.

Source: citifmonline. com - A man believed to be a former member of the Burkina Faso presidential guard during the recent coup d’etat has been arrested in Ghana.

The Police confirmed that the man, whose name has been withheld for now, is on the wanted list of Burkina Faso’s security forces.

Source: Starr FM Ghana - A renowned economist, Kwame Pianim has described as valueless any attempts to devalue the country’s currency.

According to him, it will make no impact on our current state of affairs, adding that it will not bring Ghana any economic benefits.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana A man alleged to have recruited robbers to ‘terrorise’ residents of Amanfrom and Kasoa in the Central Region has been arrested by the Kasoa Police.

The suspect, identified as Mike Kelson, 25, who was described by the police as a notorious and dangerous man, was arrested through police intelligence while he was relocating to Tema with his wife and his child.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - A police officer stationed at Bimbilla in the Northern Region met his untimely death last Friday afternoon when he was shot in the right rib by armed robbers suspected to be of Fulani descent.

The incident occurred around 1pm on the section of the road between Ejura and Hiawonwu in the Ejura Sekyedumasi municipality. ::::: Map below;

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - Germany is to assist Ghana to develop a strong renewable energy and agricultural sector as part of its contribution to the development of the country.

The German Ambassador to Ghana, Mr John Rudiger, announced this in Kumasi during a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Prof. William Otoo-Ellis, last Thursday.

Source: kasapafmonline. com - The payroll of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital has been found to be fraught with ghost names.

Former employees who have either separated from the Hospital as a result of resignation, retirement, and or death are still on the payroll of the health facility.

Their number is immediately not known.