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Ghana : Today’s Headlines: December 11/2014

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RAWLINGS: OUR “FOOLISHNESS” CAUSING ROAD DEATHS NOT GOD

MORE POWER CUTS IN 2015 IT is now becoming clearer that Ghanaians will have to brace themselves up for a more challenging power situation next year. This is because the country’s major power production plant, the Akosombo Dam, is already running below its capacity. It is running five of its six units.

COST OF KASOA INTERCHANGE The 2016 Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has expressed concern about the amount quoted in the 2015 budget statement for the construction of the Kasoa Interchange.

GRADUATE KILLED IN BIZARRE ACCIDENT A graduate on Saturday, dead on Sunday! That was the fate of 23-year old Emmanuella Dong Mwinnyele as friends and relations woke to the news of her sudden passing last Monday, two days after graduating from the Wa campus of the University of Development Studies.

“REVIEW RETIRING AGE FOR MEDICAL SPECIALISTS The Rector of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Professor David Ofori-Adjei, has observed that the compulsory 60-year retirement age for medical specialists in the public service is taking a toll on the manpower the health sector requires for specialists training.

REBY COCAINE SAGA: COVER-UP OVER VVIP Information gathered by Daily Guide indicates that drug baroness Nayele Ametefeh aka Angel aka ruby Adu-Gyamfi and her purported gang of cocaine couriers indeed used the highly restricted VVIP wing of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) reserved for the President and his top ministers to board flight BA078 to London on November 9.

NANA PUSHES FOR ELECTORAL REFORMS Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the 2016 elections Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is calling for urgent electoral reforms to ensure that election results are readily accepted by all.

WHO KILLED EXOPA BOSS Sima Ibrahim, CEO of Exopa modeling Agency, died of a medical condition known as Purulent Peritonitis which was triggered by acute appendicitis, an autopsy report conducted on his remains is said to have revealed.

MP STOPS NDC The National Democratic Congress (NDC) says it is ready for a showdown with its Member of Parliament (MP) for Afram Plains North, Emmanuel Aboagye Didieye, in court after being served with a writ aimed at stopping its impending congress.

MORE INJUNCTIONS FLY IN NDC TO SCATTER CONGRESS Reprots reaching the Daily Heritage indicates that an interlocutory injunction is being sought to be placed on the newly elected Eastern regional executives of the ruling NDC to restrain the executives from participating in the upcoming national delegates’ congress slated for December 20, in Kumasi.

PARLIAMENT OKAYS UN EBOLA HUB IN GHANA Parliament has endorsed the establishment of the United Nations Mission for Emergency Ebola Response Hub in Ghana after the House’s Committee on Health was briefed by the Health and Foreign and Regional Integration Ministers.

TOILET, JOY DADI BITTERS AWARDS JUSTIFIED Organisers of the this year’s Farmers’ Day award in the Eastern Region have justified the distribution of toilet rolls and bottles of Joy Dadi Bitters as part of awards for gallant farmers in the region.

GHANA GAS TO THE RESCUE: VRA CAN NOW SAVE $500M YEARLY

Following the successful processing of gas by the Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas), the Volta River Authority (VRA) began daily production of between 130 and 140 megawatts (MW) of electricity at Aboadze with gas from Atuabo in the Western Region.

WORLD BANK READY TO HELP GHANA Even though Ghana is currently to receive financial assistannce amounting to $2.029 billion from the World Bank Group for projects in various sectors of the country’s economy, Jim Yong Kim, President of the Bank during his visit to the country last week, assured that the Bretton Woods institution is ready to offer the necessary financial support Ghana needs to stabilise its troubled economy.

MORE POWER CUTS IN 2015

NANA PUSHES FOR ELECTORAL REFORMS

WHO KILLED EXOPA BOSS

MP STOPS NDC

MORE INJUNCTIONS FLY IN NDC TO SCATTER CONGRESS

PARLIAMENT OKAYS UN EBOLA HUB IN GHANA

TOILET, JOY DADI BITTERS AWARDS JUSTIFIED

GHANA GAS TO THE RESCUE: VRA CAN NOW SAVE $500M YEARLY

WORLD BANK READY TO HELP GHANA

IMANI-GHANA BLASTS GOV’T

STEALING AT TOLLBOOTHS: GOV’T WAGES WAR ON OFFICIALS

PPP SAYS IT POISED TO WIN POWER

DELEGATES WILL REWARD MY HARD WORK – KOKU ANYIDOHO

PREGNANT WOMAN AND SON DROWN IN ENCHI

MAHAMA’S 300 CORRUPTION PROSECUTION CLAIM A SLIP OF TONGUE – BAAKO

DON’T DEMONISE THE EC – DAN BOTWE

I WILL REVIVE NDC COMMUNICATION MACHINERY – KOBBY FIAGBE

ELECTION PETITION WILL MAKE 2016 ELECTIONS CREDIBLE – BEN EPHSON

MINORITY FORCES POSTPONEMENT OF GYEEDA BILL DEBATE

‘WITCH CAMPS ARE A BLOT ON GHANA’S HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD’

MUGABE’S ATTACK ON GHANA: KUFUOR WAS BETTER PLACED TO REACT – HAMID

RAWLINGS: A SOLDIER WAS CONTRACTED TO KILL ME IN 2008

POLICE ACCUSED OF STALLING ESTABLISHMENT OF COMPLAINT C’MSSION

MAHAMA INAUGURATES NEW MIDA BOARD

DELEGATES MUST VOTE FOR CANDIDATES WHO CAN GROW PARTY – MAHAMA

AGAMS, JOSPONG DEBTS TO GOV’T: NPP MP GROWLS AT AG

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