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Ghana:Headline News March 19 2019

 

*>>>General News Headlines…*

*Government officials begged me to ‘destroy’ Anas – Ken Agyapong

*The President must wake up! – Kweku Baako fires

*Why PDS staff was attacked with a machete at Kokrobite

*Opuni Trial: Court dismisses Agongo’s stay of proceedings application

*Dr Kwabena Adjei stood for transparency, probity and accountability – Rawlings

*NDC disappointed Kwabena Adjei – Rawlings

*Samira secures Indian scholarship and free care for special pediatric cases

*Greening Northern Ghana project launched in Bolgatanga

*Unknown gunman shoots man at Damongo

*Ghana places 9th on global social media rankings

*Police schools students on kidnapping

*Communication Ministry demands cooperation in fight against cyber crime

*The day Africa almost became a united state

*Meet Seth Dei, the Ghanaian behind fruit exporter Blue Skies

*Settle your indebtedness to GBC or face prosecution – PAC

*Exemplary Chereponi District Police Commander quenches thirst of displaced children

*Akufo-Addo has disappointed us on gender equality – Women groups

*‘Let’s create more jobs so the youth won’t travel to seek greener pastures’ – Ahafo Regional Minister-Designate

*Rotaract Club of Accra-Osu RE donates to school

*Government to pay nursing trainees’ allowances this month

*Family of man mistakenly shot by police at Agbogba in 2018 demands justice

*Midland assault case: Lance Cpl. Amanor back at post – Police

*Council statement on recent disturbances on UEW Campuses in Winneba

*Management of Radio XYZ to meet police over Owusu Bempah’s alleged ‘assault’

*Humanitarian crisis as violence ravages Chereponi again

*Relative calm in Chereponi after weekend of violence

*Ghanaian Times to petition Information Ministry over assault on reporters

*Give us jobs now or face demo in 10 days – Private nurses

*I did not go to Radio XYZ to fight – Owusu Bempah explains

*Do not attack field workers; collaborate with us – PDS

*Guards changed at Presidency

*Police search for assailant of PDS staff at Kokrobite

*Independent body needed to address police-public mistrust – Bureau of Public Safety

*Thief returns phone but bolts afterwards

*Commitment is key to achieving excellence as a nurse – Senior Lecturer

*Owusu Bempah has not been invited by CID – Glorious Word Ministry debunks claims

*Nothing in life happens by chance – MTN boss tells youth

*Police Commander quenches thirst of displaced children in Chereponi; Others say it’s a publicity stunt

*Amass Ghana condemns shooting in Chereponi, calls for calm

*Two cocoa trucks collide head on, sparks fire near Tema motorway

*Mahama will post, restore allowance for ‘neglected’ nurses – Azorka

*UEW Governing Council holds crisis meeting

*>>>Sports Headlines…*

*Black Stars denied access to Tang Palace hotel, players stranded

*Asamoah Gyan’s son wins first trophy with UK-based team

*Barcelona forward Kevin-Prince Boateng to benefit from Suarez’s injury

*Hearts of Oak rubbish reports of Kim Grant’s departure reports

*>>>Business Headlines…*

*Chiefs, people of Buipe welcome appointment of Gabiana Gbanwaa as new GM of Shea Processing Factory

*Government firms up deals for agriculture mechanization, Yendi water projects

*Consolidated Bank opens Korle- Bu branch

*Mobilise funds from within to finance climate action projects – PEF President

*>>>Entertainment Headlines…*

*I lost my memory recently – Obrafuor

*Showboy’s social media posts used as evidence in stabbing conviction

*Charterhouse always breaks our hearts – Praye

*I don’t produce songs for drunkards – A Plus

*>>>World News Headlines…*

*Uganda food aid halted over poisoning fears

*Three dead in record flooding in US Midwestern states

*Third Brexit vote must be different – Speaker

*Italy’s La Scala opera house to return Saudi millions

*SOURCE: GHANAWEB (VISIT THERE TO READ MORE ON THE STORIES ABOVE)*

*GOOD MORNING & HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!*

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