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General News Headlines…

* I don’t have problem with Rawlings – Mahama.

* Mahama explains why Rawlings ‘snubbed’ him at 25th anniversary celebration.

* President Akufo-Addo must confess his sins and ask God for forgiveness – Koku Anyidoho.

* I’ll support anyone NDC chooses as 2020 candidate – Mahama.

* Christian Council names Peter Amewu Minister of the year 2017.

* President Akufo-Addo fixing ‘destroyed’ economy; give him space, time – Kufuor.

* Depoliticise pro-poor policies – Christian Council urges President Akufo-Addo.

* Human Rights Watch steps up LGBT campaign; Petitions IGP for protection.

* Pay our arrears for 2016/2017 by January 15 – GRASAG to government.

* Special Prosecutor’s Bill not a requirement for prosecution – Senior Minister.

* Galamsey difficult to eliminate – Supt. Dela Dzensi.

* Mahama’s ‘bunch of thieves’ shall be arrested from next week – NPP Communicator.

* NPP’s performance in 2017 was abysmal – NDC Communications Director.

* It is pretentious to believe judges do not have political ideologies – Atuguba.

* No conspiracy to kill CMS case; lack of proper investigation killing case – A-G.

* Asante Akyem Youth commend DCE for attacking Police Commander.

* Ghana can still keep Gitmo 2 – Pius Enam Hadzide.

* President Akufo-Addo himself knows Ghana does not need 110 ministers – David Agbee.

* Policeman attacks Multimedia’s photojournalist.

* Fight between Police Chief and Asante Akyem DCE has a remote cause – COP Ken Yeboah.

* Archbishop Asafo-Agyei gets global recognition for piles treatment.

* Celebrating Silver Jubilee of the Fourth Republic; Good, bad and ugly.

* Afoko trial adjourned to January 23.

* UK-born Ghanaian gets top education job in Theresa May’s government.

* Court orders Police to speed up former Vandal murder case.

* Ghana’s democratic credentials rubbing off me – Mahama.

* ‘Borla taxi’ operators urged to patronize waste transfer stations.

* Mahama attributes seeming tension with Rawlings to ‘mood swings’.

* Rawlings must respect Mahama – Victor Smith.

* Human rights activists pushing for gay rights are mad – Maurice Ampaw.

* NCA scandal: Speedy trial in the interest of accused persons – Gloria Akuffo.

* I became a weed and cocaine addict from age 16 – Young man confesses.

* I used to consume a crate of alcohol a day – Man confesses.

* Evacuation of herdsmen back to drawing board after shooting of soldiers.

* Four ‘problematic’ roundabouts yet to be removed three months after Minister’s order.

* We slashed 2016 enlistment cost by half – Immigration debunks exploitation claims.

* Kufuor praises Kwame Despite, Siaw Agyapong, others for being successful entrepreneurs.

* Ghanaian appointed Minister in England.

* NPP will lose if Ghanaians are to vote today – Kwaku Manu.

* Let’s unite solidly behind the free SHS policy – Rev. Dr. Ayittey Mensah.

>>> Sports Headlines…

* John Mensah’s career is over – Kwaku Bonsam reveals.

* Ghana forward Kwesi Appiah undergoes successful surgery.

* Daniel Opare on EPL side Leicester City’s radar.

* Dong Bortey slaps ex-Black Stars coach with bribery allegations.

>>> Business Headlines…

* No ‘dumsor’ in 2018 – Agyarko assures.

* GoldFields Ghana clarifies decision on contract mining.

* One District One Factory: GH¢7m for Ekumfi Juice Factory.

* Jospong is a businessman worthy of emulating – Kufuor.

>>> Entertainment Headlines…

* Kalybos quits ‘Boys Kasa’ series, starts own skit ‘Adventures of Kalybos’.

* Let’s disgrace ourselves – Shatta Wale to SM fans.

* Ignoring veteran Ghanaian actors is worrying – Kwaku Manu.

* LilWin opens up on problems in his marriage.

>>> World News Headlines…

* Trump administration approves $133 million anti-ballistic missile sale to Japan.

* Trump gets slammed for saying ‘I’ll beat Oprah’ if she makes presidential run in 2020.

* Soccer star Matuidi racially abused twice in one week.

* Oprah’s home affected by Southern California mudslides.



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