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News Headlines In Ghana On December 11 2018

 

*compiled by: SV KPODO*

*General News Headlines*

*Real owner of Mahama’s alleged Dubai mansion pops up

*Wives of late Agyarko clash over his parliamentary seat

*Joyce Aryee blames corruption, greed in Ghana on lack of discipline

*Three notorious robbery kingpins jailed 176 years

*Dagombas must unite – Prince Andani

*I am in for grassroots because I am one of them – Nurideen Iddrisu

*MPs advocate scholarship for Maths, Science and Technology study

*Parliament suspends formation of quorum to expedite passage of RTI

*Bawumia’s treatment of lepers makes me the happiest man – Campbell

*I’ve still not been paid ex gratia 10 years after leaving office – Kufuor
President off to Japan

*Students to blame for recent ‘no fees- no exams’ impasse in some universities – Prof Yankah

*Mahama team unhappy with exclusion from NDC elders, aspirants’ meeting

*Funding secured for KBTH maternity, surgical blocks – Akufo-Addo

*Interior Ministry imposes curfew on Bole after deadly clash

*I am in for grassroots because I am one of them – Nurideen Iddrisu

*Hanna Tetteh gets new UN post, heads UN Office at AU

*Government to roll out new mining policy – Oppong Nkrumah

*Defence not obliged to show document to witness – Court

*Ordering drones for Ghana like ordering Yvonne Nelson’s dress for Joselyn Dumas – Manasseh

*’Reforming systems to reduce human interfaces key to fighting corruption’ – Bawumia

*My father’s funeral will not be performed – Dagbon Regent insists

*Scholarship Secretariat allocates GHC1m to aid farmers, fishermen children at tertiary level

*Volta Police makes biggest ‘wee catch’ in 2018

*RTI can’t be passed this year – Bawumia asserts

*GAB to support community volunteer teacher programme – Alhassan Andani

*Teach2Teach training volunteers to teach in Northern Region – Anita Lowenstein Dent

*Ambulances follow Akufo-Addo, Bawumia for lunch whiles pregnant women ‘manage’ bikes – Manasseh

*KCCC fights fake prophets

*A supposed ‘people’s party’ shouldn’t be charging 33-years’ work salary as filing fees – Goosie Tanoh

*Corruption can kill – GACC

*Death for sale, horrible conditions in slaughter facilities

*CRIG renewed Liquid Lithovit fertiliser certificate – AG’s witness tells court

*Ghana needs Mahama back – Brogya Genfi

*GIMPA students call off demo after management’s intervention

*Mahama mad at NDC for not attacking Akufo-Addo

*Feature: Death for sale, horrible conditions in slaughter facilities

*Kufuor sheds tears at 80th birthday bash

*KNUST SRC calls for parliamentary probe of ‘partisan’ NUGS

*Free SHS: Kufuor poo-poo’s ‘rich must pay’ argument

*Comprehensive girl child education on sexuality should be priority – GES

*Renewed chieftaincy clash; 2 feared dead, others flee

*>>>Sports News Headlines…*

*Akufo-Addo commissions Lord’s Wembley Plus at Shukura

*Isaac Dogboe: Of poor preparation, a battering and lame excuses

*The top three vitamins for healing nerve damage in footballers

*Mohammed Alhassan holds first training session with Hearts of Oak

*>>>Business News Headlines…*

*Over two million receive TIN

*Shell customers get more value after meeting with management

*Ameri welcomes Amewu’s ‘enhanced’ agreement

*Avoid redundancy exercise if possible – HR practitioners advised

*>>>Entertainment News Headlines…*

*Asamoah Gyan’s ‘rival’ Buju Banton finally released from Jail

*Captain Smart to wed new USA girlfriend on 1st Jan 2019

*Okyeame Kwame and wife pen new book for married couples

*Shatta Michy to empower 20 lucky girls through hairdressing for free

*>>>World News Headlines..*

*Gabon’s Bongo suffered a stroke – Vice President

*Armed group seizes Libya oilfield

*Meghan Markle is my nemesis – Amy Schumer

*Nigeria politician claims rivals ‘froze his bank account’

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

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

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*COMPILED BY: SV KPODO*

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