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Ghana:Top Headline News January 15 2020


*Woyome’s lawyer slapped with personal cost of GHC5, 000.00

*PAC to subpoena, cause arrest of ‘stubborn’ witnesses

*Ghana needs connected secondary cities to achieve ‘Beyond Aid’ agenda

*Former Beige bank boss remanded

*UT Bank Collapse: Amoabeng granted GHC110m bail

*Rejoinder: Two lawyers suspended after getting pregnant

*Young dad cries to Ghanaians to help his daughter walk, sit and talk

*I gave ex-MASLOC boss GHC50,000

*How mosquitoes delayed an STC bus for 45 minutes in Tamale

*AMA honours four companies for beautifying Accra

*Dompoase accident: Fire personnel struggled to rescue victims

*’I did not direct anybody to pick tricycles’ – Minister

*Yamson advocates for constitutional amendment to ensure continuity of projects

*Those responsible for banking crisis will soon face the law – President

*NABCO gradually solving graduate unemployment – CEO

*Kpone residents want a Fire Service Station

*50 Junior officers of GAF to participate cadre programme

*NiPDA sets 82 PWDs up for business

*NMC urges newspaper owners to renew operating licenses

*NCCE creates platform to address child development issues

*Exton Cubic review application thrown out of Court

*Education Ministry urged to continue supporting National Youth Dialogue

*Audit service to inspect assets declared by public office holders

*Tarkwa-Nsuaem MTTD convicts 95 people for road traffic offences

*We’re on the right path to a prosperous future – Akufo-Addo

*US Ambassador encourages successful women to mentor young girls

*WAHO cross border campaign for family planning, HIV screening launched at Aflao

*Rebecca Foundation and Roche collaborate to fight breast, cervical cancers

*Sissala West MP pledges support for establishment of vocational school

*CPP to elect flagbearer in March

*Armed robbers attack EC and Water Company offices in Effutu

*Be serious – Minister tells NABCo beneficiaries

*Aggrieved NPP members accuse MP of ‘nepotism and favouritism’

*How Finance Ministry ordered SEC to revoke licenses of Gold Coast Fund Management, others

*NPA introduces Cargo Tracking System for petroleum sector

*Ghana-Ivory Coast cocoa cartel is already yielding dividends – Akufo-Addo

*6.5 million Ghanaians registered under ‘Ghana Card’ roll-out – Akufo-Addo

*Mercy Larbi elevated as deputy Commissioner of CHRAJ

*NPP delegates suspended over Obour’s parliamentary bid reinstated

*Arrested unemployed teachers to be arraigned today, January 15

*Business & Financial Times: Restoration of Accra-Tema Motorway streetlights encouraging

*Fuel prices may go up January 15, 16 – COPEC predicts


*CK Akunnor to be handed substantive Black Stars job as government opts for local coach

*Mercy Tagoe named Black Queens coach

*Abedi Pele, others approved to coach DOL clubs

*No Ghanaian official present at Majetie’s funeral in Nigeria

*Kurt Okraku, three other Ghanaians named on CAF’s Standing Committees

*Paa Kwasi Fabin named national U-23 coach

*Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu names 18-man squad for Medeama SC clash

*Four-man Ghana FA delegation visits injured Asante Kotoko fan

*GFA ban will hurt our revenue generation but we welcome it – Kotoko PRO

*Karim Zito appointed Black Satellites head coach

*Kotoko to miss trio for difficult Medeama clash in Tarkwa

*Odofoley appointed member of Black Queens management committee

*GFA appoints 5-member national team’s review committee

*2019/20 MTN FA Cup launched, fixtures for preliminary stage set


*Court remands CEO of collapsed Beige Bank, Mike Nyinaku

*Jospong generates energy from faecal matter

*Government borrowed GH¢4.2bn in December 2019

*GEXIM Bank’s Tuesday Market adjudged best SME development initiative for 2019

*World Bank keen to have wider impact on Ghana with introduction of CPF

*Asante Berko appointed CEO for Tema Oil Refinery

*Year of Return had positive impact on artifacts trade

*What’s next for Ghana’s tech ecosystem in 2020

*CBG determined to provide distinguished banking service in northern Ghana

*Pusiga district records increase in yields of staple crops

*Fuel prices may go up January 15, 16 – COPEC predicts

*Business & Financial Times Editorial: PERD will diversify the economy from over-reliance on cocoa

*World food prices continue rising – FAO

*ECG recoups about GH¢1.5m in revenue, over 100 defaulters arrested


*Top 10 comedians in Ghana at the moment

*Keep quiet! You don’t know what your father is doing to some 16-year-old girl – Shatta Wale fumes

*Leave my sister out of my love blues – Fella Makafui warns

*Sister Derby jabs Fella Makafui on new song with Enam

*I lied about my relationship status – MzVee confesses

*Check out the first exclusive photo of Strongman’s adorable daughter, Simona Lawreshia Osei

*Patapaa drops ‘couple goals’ photo with relationship advice to Medikal and Fella Makafui

*Ghana Lucifer endorses Lord Kenya, condemns Ofori Amponsah

*I can’t imagine my life without you – Becca tells hubby

*He is not my son – Moesha Boduong breaks silence on alleged secret child

*Coded4x4 shockingly reveals he will choose butt over Bible

*Don’t judge Kan-Dapaah, allow Akufo-Addo, ministers to enjoy ‘side-chick twerks’ – Shatta Wale

*I am taking over the music industry in 2020 – Fantana

*Don’t lift ban on Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy – Rex Omar to VGMA board


*Murder scandal captivates Lesotho

*Lesotho Prime Minster Thabane’s wife wanted by police

*Absa Group concludes agreement with MIGA to bolster financing

*Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

*Egyptian-American hunger striker dies in prison

*Sudan says some soldiers mutinied against reforms

*Controversy dogs road to be built through Aberdare Forest

*Besieged G5 Sahel armies join forces with France to defeat extremists

*Kenyans to pay more for fuel

*Kenya’s president reshuffles cabinet, confirms Yatani as finance minister

*Private sector knocks FG as Buhari signs finance bill

*Haftar leaves Russia without signing Libya peace deal

*Kenyan teachers threaten to flee after school attack

*Buhari can’t fix Nigeria’s economy – Peoples Democratic Party




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