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 Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com

POLICE IMPOuND GH¢2M ‘WEE’; THREE SUSPECTS OFFER GH¢10,000 BRIBE

Three persons who attempted to transport dried leaves believed to be Indian hemp to Cote d’Ivoire have been arrested.

AU DAY OBSERVED BUT NO ACTIVITY

The African Union (AU) Day has been observed in Ghana, with a call on African leaders to reflect on the challenges confronting the continent and chart an effective path towards resolving them.

SPECIAL SCHOOLS TO REOPEN NEXT WEEK

An agreement has been reached between the Conference of Heads of Special Schools (COHESS) and two state agencies for the release of outstanding grants to ensure the reopening of the special schools next week.

MORE TEARS FLOW FOR PV OBENG

More than 1,000 dignitaries, citizens and foreigners lined up last Saturday, for the one-week commemoration of the death of Paul Victor Obeng, Senior Advisor to President John Dramani Mahama, whose unexpected death shocked many across the country in particular and the globe at large.

4 CHASE NDC BOSS FOR TOP JOB

An unsettling anxiety is fast gripping the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as the party laces its boots to elect a new National Executive body, all things being equal, by the end of the year.

SHIRLEY, LEILA WIN FOR GHANA

Organisers of the annual and prestigious Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) have celebrated 10 years of the awards in the capital city of Bayelsa State, Yenagoa which became the centre of attraction last Saturday as move personalities stormed the city for this year’s event.

GHANA BEATS NAIJA

Last year, they did it and last Saturday, they did it again as the Ghanaian artistes billed on this year’s Ghana Meets Naija ‘defeated’ their Nigerian counterparts when they mounted the stage at the Accra International Conference Centre.

WHEN PREZ MAHAMA HOSTED BALCK STARS

Football certainly fosters unity and this was once again demonstrated last Thursday night at the Banquet Hall of the State House when President John  Mahama threw a farewell  party to celebrate the Black Stars.