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Top Ghana Headline News: November 27 2019



*Five members of Rev. Obofuor’s church arrested

*Outrage as massive power blackout hits parts of Ghana

*He slapped me, beat me mercilessly during sex – Canadian recounts abuse by Ghanaian husband

*Police HQ told me if Anas has taken my land, I should leave it to God – TseAdo landowner alleges

*NDC MP reveals sabotage of referendum

*GES procures 400k ‘pasco’ for first batch of free SHS students

*Why police officers still take bribe; IGP’s take

*ISSER challenges anticipated growth of the agric sector

*’Nkran ayefi potoo’ – Nii Lante Vanderpuje

*Drama as debate on 2020 budget wraps up in Parliament

*GHC120 verification fees: Ride-hailing drivers accuse DVLA of fraud

*Missing Ghanaian fisheries observer: Government accused of neglect

*National Security justifies ‘raiding’ SOFTtribe office

*We are not witch-hunting Auditor-General – Government

*Promise and fail, a growing attitude of NPP – Minority Leader jabs

*I’m hale and hearty – Samira Bawumia after heat scare

*Auditor-General suffering Charlotte Osei’s fate – Allotey Jacobs

*Exercise your franchise on December 17 — Most Rev Kwofie to Christians

*Ofori-Atta’s rant on ‘take or pay’ contracts out of ignorance – Kwabena Donkor

*President Akufo-Addo cannot ‘arrest’ referendum process – Ndebugri

*Abused women give birth to violent children – Research

*#HandsoffDomelevo: Social media campaign launched in support of Ghana’s Auditor General

*Majority, Minority remain divided over December 17 referendum

*My female students consuming too much ‘wee’ toffee – Kadjebi Asato SHS headmaster

*Samira Bawumia blacks out in mid-address at Dodowa

*NPP is the most credible party in Ghana, always delivers on promises – Asenso-Boakye

*Referendum: Honourably withdraw plans – Group

*’It’s too late’, not even Akufo-Addo can stop referendum – Ndebugri

*Local Govt Service condemns attack on Tema West Assembly officials

*Only 3 ambulances are in Ashanti Region for emergency cases

*IGP breaks silence on ACP Agordzo’s alleged coup case

*GRIDCo attributes Tuesday’s blackout to excess supply

*Don’t reduce Auditor-General, EOCO case to NDC/NPP politics – Pratt advises

*IGP justifies use of water cannons on law students

*Brigadier General Frimpong launches book

*Outrage as massive power blackout hits parts of Ghana

*Power outage beyond our control – ECG

*10 suspects in NPP Salaga constituency office arson attack granted bail

*Samira Bawumia grateful to nurses after near-collapse

*‘I’m not tired of serving you’ – Opare Ansah tells Suhum residents

*Take the issue of vigilantism seriously, it can tarnish Ghana’s reputation – Iain Walker ‘advises’ Akufo-Addo

*Ghana High Commission in UK unhappy with maltreatment of Ghanaian student

*Our duty is to protect lives – Police officer who repaired traffic light speaks

*$1m Kroll payment: Go to court – NPP dares non-serious Asiedu Nketia

*To whom much is given, much is expected – Minority leader tells NPP

*Debt accumulation rate, deficit lowered – Ofori-Atta

*NDC’s Edem Agbana does not owe us – Students Loan Trust Fund

*GH¢528 budgeted to tackle flooding

*Man shoots wife and commits suicide

*PDS fiasco: Minority demands valuation, publication of ECG assets

*Church members attack Local Authority Task Force over building permit

*December Referendum: MP explains why position of NDC is shocking

*Police armoured cars, motorbikes on fleek as service launches full force to fight ‘Christmas crimes’

*Softribe alleges invasion of its offices by national security operatives

*President Akufo-Addo has no power to halt Dec 17 referendum – Haruna Iddrisu

*Angry Muslim youth storm Yeji Hospital morgue to demand body of colleague

*Let’s support our own – Deputy Trade Minister to Ghanaians

*Supreme Court upholds Afoko bail revocation

*Police warns to ruthlessly deal with criminals who may strike on Xmas

*Famous Ghanaians with weight loss success stories


*Burnt cars and failed alliances: The inside story of how Kurt Okraku won the GFA elections

*GFA introduces penalty kicks in leagues to cure penalty woes

*Man United considering move for Ghana defender Mohammed Salisu

*I will make GPL attractive – MND Jawula

*‘Corrupt cockroaches are back in the GFA’ – Abbey Pobi

*How George Afriyie’s Land Cruiser burnt to ashes during GFA Election campaign

*Ghanaian midfielder Aziz Tetteh undergoes successful knee surgery

*Great Olympics to use El Wak as home for Ghana Premier League games

*Juan Mata’s dad behind Mohammed Salisu’s reported move to Man United

*Clubs welcome penalty shootouts in Premier League

*Eto’o aims to use studies to ‘give back to Africa’

*Manchester United target Mohammed Salisu has £10m transfer release clause

*Ekuban close to return after injury layoff

*GFA president Kurt Okraku meets key stakeholders this week


*Cocoa Buying Companies sue GRA and COCOBOD over VAT

*Publishing salaries of bank CEOs will fight cronyism – Economist

*BoG considering issuing E-Cedi in future

*Rate of debt accumulation and deficit lowered – Ken Ofori-Atta

*Government targets 2022 to ban importation of rice

*Wienco, others commit to buying all excess local rice – MoFA

*Branding predictions for 2020+

*Government to borrow GH¢10.3bn through bonds Nov-Dec 2019

*Kwaebibirem Rural Bank develops innovative ‘Susu Money Box’ micro-savings

*Lack of access to credit affecting our operations – Local Rice Millers

*Telcos stop 9% CST upfront deduction

*Ghana Airports Company to repossess shops from non-performing businesses at KIA

*GH¢287,000 Crop Aggregation Centre opens

*SAS Research: Review of the 2020 Budget and Economic Policy


*KSM’s son Blackway bags Grammy nomination

*Wendy Shay’s ‘football age’ triggers chaos on social media

*Meet the dancing teacher who uses music and dance to teach his pupils

*Giving my award to Stonebwoy was not only for love but for business – Shatta Wale

*Stop scaring us with hell and urge us to plant trees – Okyeame Kwame to religious leaders

*2020 GRAMMYS: Let’s support our brothers putting Ghana on the map – Jay Foley

*I am an independent artiste – Kelvyn Boy

*Stonebwoy to kick start his own reality show

*ACCES to zoom in on recording and distribution industries with Reeperbahn Festival

*Best Made in Ghana gifts to purchase during Christmas

*Attractive Mustapha talks about poor state of Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum

*Pulse Ghana’s David Mawuli ties the knot

*ACCES music festival is coming to Accra

*Be careful who you sleep with – Tonto Dikeh advises


*Nobel winner Wole Soyinka’s journey with prostate cancer

*Kenyan man sentenced to 3 years in prison for having terror videos

*Nigeria ‘witchcraft conference’ forced to change name

*Mother allegedly sells day-old baby for GHC4,609

*Huge student protest against government in Algeria

*Zambia hero pilot lands plane damaged in hailstorm

*Libya conflict: US officials meet Gen Haftar

*South Africa’s taxi association ‘bans’ e-hailing services

*UAE nationals detained for hunting in Somaliland

*Sani Emmanuel: Onazi pays for ex-Nigeria U-17 star’s surgery

*Youths in Cameroon protest older politicians running for office

*Why land borders will remain closed – Nigerian govt

*Domestic violence costs Kenyan economy US $50 million annually



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