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Artist impression of the two men who allegedly murdered Ahmed Suale

Ghana: Headline News January 21 2020


*I am spiritually bonded with Dagbon – Kufuor

*Two finance officers arrested at PAC sitting

*Police gun down two robbery suspects at Oyibi

*Kevin Taylor connects picture of Ken Agyapong’s bodyguard to portrait of Ahmed Suale’s alleged killer

*Desist from Ghana politics — Osei Kwame Despite told

*British Prime Minister borrows popular Akan proverb at UK-Africa summit

*Dr. Grace Ayensu- Dankwa promises to deliver Essikado-Ketan seat for NDC

*I am not sleeping – Rawlings replies UEW

*‘Borga’ loses $5K, passport and Green Card in Obuasi house fire

*Masked armed man shot in a foiled robbery in Bole

*Former TV host Kojo Frempong to contest NPP primary

*’NPP is a blessing to Ghana’

*Govt supplies food items to School Feeding Caterers

*Chieftaincies must unite to drive growth – Dr Bawumia

*UEW students counselled to desist from academic malpractices

*Juaben SHS wins Cornell University IT competition in Ashanti Region

*SAMOTRUST hands over school block to Birim Central Assembly

*Govt urged to enact policies to fight inequalities – CSOs

*Two in court for assaulting an actress

*EP Church inducts Men Fellowship leadership

*Court grants woman bail for causing harm

*Deputy Minister assures TVET schools of govt’s support

*Zanetor affirms NDC’s commitment to peace

*NPP MP enstooled Nkosuohene of Kwasikrom

*Police arrests momo robbers

*Response to sexual violence against children must be proactive – Stacy Amewoyi

*Ghana is our home -Volta NDC denounces secessionists

*Dominion Tv, Africa’s premier Christian lifestyle network, now on DStv & GOtv

*Slay queens are murderers, blood suckers, prostitutes are better – Reverend Amoako Atta

*Here is how much Akufo-Addo gov’t borrowed in 3 years

*Your covenant with God is broken because you failed to build the cathedral – Prophet to Akufo-Addo

*I will let the police beat NDC demonstrators if they misbehave in Ashanti region – Chairman Wontumi

*Dr Duffour’s police invitation smacks of political interference – Yaw Gyan

*I only sounded a warning with my ‘blood spill’ comment -Yamoah Ponkoh

*Dr Zanetor celebrates the aged in Klottey Korle

*Clearing site in Sumbrungu for Bolga Airport a financial loss to the state – Aviation Minister

*Voters’ register demo: Indiscipline won’t be entertained – Police warns

*MASLOC trial: Former CEO Sedinam approved controversial 500k loan – Witness

*Seven promises John Mahama has made to Ghanaians ahead of the 2020 polls

*No more delays in District Assemblies Common Fund release – Administrator


*Swansea City slap £18m price tag on star player Andre Ayew

*If I had juju, I’d play for Real Madrid not use it against Kwarasey – Fatau Dauda reveals

*Sena Agbeko’s opponent hospitalized after light heavyweight fight

*If you face Hearts of Oak with this form you will be disgraced – Charles Taylor advises Kotoko

*Kwasi Appiah tips Essien, Ayew, Gyan to become successful coaches; advises ‘reserved’ Essien

*The Greatest Ghanaian player of all time ( G.O.A.T) – Baba Yara’s journey to fame

*Asante Kotoko are ready for Hearts of Oak – Coach Maxwell Konadu

*Black Stars coach CK Akonnor, GFA vice Mark Addo fly to Egypt for 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying draw

*Massive attendance recorded as Women’s Premier League kicks off

*Hearts fans shower Emmanuel Nettey with cash after performance against Liberty

*Lumor Agbenyenu, Baba Iddrisu shine as Real Mallorca thrash Valencia

*2020 GUSA Games: Lydia Alhassan lauds organizers


*Aker leads race to partner Springfield’s mammoth oilfield development

*Cedi depreciation committee exposes BoG’s ineptitude – Economist

*Ghana cedi stable within the past three years – Finance Ministry

*B&FT Editorial: UK woos Africa for trade and investment following ‘Brexit’

*Ghana and World Bank sign $570m agreement

*All set for UK-Africa investment summit

*Committees won’t solve Cedi challenges – Economist to government

*Ghana’s banking industry, a year after the reforms

*QWIKLOAN data intact – MTN

*Forex Development Committee won’t usurp BoG’s mandate – Franklin Cudjoe

*Ghana ready to partner London Stock Exchange for investments – Akufo-Addo

*Work of FX Devt Committee in probing cedi depreciation will be short-term – Akligoh

*Ghana’s retail sector worth US$24.4bn

*Akufo-Addo government borrows GH¢86 billion in 3 years


*Watch Ghanaian ‘billionaire’ Cheddar’s GHC39 million mansion in California

*US rejects Ghanaian movies because of sex scenes

*Legon girls are flooding my inbox with nude photos and videos – ‘Ataa Adwoa’ hitmaker

*Ataa Adwoa replies Bosom PYung with her own crazy video

*I turned down a contract with Simon Cowell – Former Ghanaian X Factor star, Gifty Agyeman

*Tracey Boakye’s wealth at her age surprises me a lot – Brother

*Musicians, celebrities whose broken heart inspired hit tracks

*How difficult is it to stay faithful as a man – Men share their reasons for being faithful

*Princess Shyngle announces engagement via Instagram

*Wedding bells? Patapaa introduces German girlfriend to family and friends

*Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy should host 2020 Ghana Music Awards – Entertainment analyst

*Ghanaians are suffering – Yvonne Nelson tells Akufo-Addo


*Yahya Jammeh faces arrest if he returns to Gambia – minister

*Kagame in London for UK-Africa Investment Summit

*Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari ‘floors’ Anthony Joshua

*Namibia’s Lady May Africa’s ‘Unbroken’ sets new high

*UK PM says Britain will be more open to Africans after Brexit

*Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger says Sierra Leone is ‘home’ as he makes donation

*20 food items, pads, others get VAT exemption

*Despite mediation, no solution yet to South Sudan issue of the number of states

*Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari ‘floors’ Anthony Joshua

*Namibia court weighs up election rerun

*Aregbesola, builders meet over building collapse

*UK signs African trade agreements before Brexit

*Stanbic Bank projects Kenya’s economy to grow at 5.9 pc

*NACA trains 122 HIV vulnerable persons to reduce new infections


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