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Ghana: Headline News January 27 2020


*2020 elections: Wars made ‘rich’, ‘powerful’ people nobodies, ‘so, mind your words’ – Duncan-Williams

*Dozens escape death in another Accra-Kumasi highway accident

*Top journalists support EC’s new voters’ register after secret meeting – Asiedu Nketiah alleges

*Most wanted armed robber, murderer in Bawku arrested with fully loaded weapon

*Mills had people with brains around him; Mahama pushed them away – Nunoo-Mensah

*Government to distribute over 300 ambulances Tuesday – Information Minister

*Kan Dapaah inaugurates Obuasi Municipal Assembly

*Corpse exhumed, dumped at chief’s palace in Eastern Region

*COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa now a Development Queen Mother of Aflao

*One dead, military officer hit by bullet in Kpatinga violence

*Changing current Biometric Voter Management System is inevitable – Citizen Ghana

*We’ve not imported faulty BVDs from Nigeria – EC

*Lebanese fined GH¢1,200 after careless driving resulted in man’s death

*Security analyst to contest Saboba NPP Primaries

*Moody’s positive rating sign of EMT’s hardwork – Oppong Nkrumah

*Ex-president Mahama behind demonstrations against EC – Deputy Minister alleges

*Ghana needs a national library – Library board Chair

*Our fight against illegal mining is having an impact on climate change – Akufo-Addo

*New voters’ register demo: More heat coming – Asiedu Nketia hints

*We won’t allow some people disturb the peace of Dagbon – Salifu Saed

*Don’t let money influence your decision – Afrifa-Mensah advises NPP delegates

*Tain District Assembly inaugurated

*Ghana Diaspora Women to inaugurate Ghana Chapter on February 15

*Kaleo Baptist Basic School marks 10th anniversary in glamorous style

*New voters’ register demo: You’re just being unreasonable – John Boadu blasts NDC

*The current state of Birim River as a result of illegal mining

*‘Use bye-laws to enforce sanitation’ – Minister to inaugurated Okere District Assembly

*Attorney-General inaugurates Shai Osudoku District Assembly

*AIDS Commission encourages public to access HIV testing service

*Amoako Atta elected as the presiding member for Abuakwa South

*’Leaders Don’t Have to Yell’: First copy of Kwasi Appiah’s book grabbed for GHc 10,000

*Permanent NIA offices to be up by March

*Mahama behind demonstrations against EC – Pius Hadzide alleges

*NPP MP hot: Delegates fund aspirant to boot him out

*Kofi Adda picks nomination forms to seek re-election

*Mahama, Akufo-Addo to slug it out in three presidential debates

*We will mobilize Ghanaians to mount pressure on the EC – Sammy Gyamfi

*Missing man, 45, found decomposing in River Ayensu

*Gbewaa Palace assault: We are sorry – Police to Ya-Naa

*Today in History: Nii Kwabena Bonne II led a boycott of all European goods

*Engineer held for uttering forged documents, money laundering and stealing


*Hearts of Oak 1-2 Asante Kotoko: Keita’s late penalty wins game for Porcupine Warriors

*Hearts vs Kotoko clash: Justice Blay wins Man of the Match award

*Attram De Visser Soccer Academy beat Star Makers to make round 32 of MTN FA Cup

*Rio Ferdinand names Michael Essien as one of the top midfielders he ever faced

*Hearts of Oak have placed Kotoko’s Matthew Anim Cudjoe ‘under a table’ – Amankwah Mireku

*GFA bans Nii Darko from all football related activities

*I collapsed after my first game against Hearts – Eric Bekoe

*Hearts of Oak 1-2 Asante Kotoko – Four things we learned from the Ghana Premier League derby


*BoG can’t print money to pay depositors of collapsed banks – Bawumia’s spokesperson

*Financial sector reforms: BoG cautioned against printing new notes to compensate depositors

*No more fake motor insurance in Ghana as motor insurance goes digital

*Cedi will continue to depreciate until structural changes are made in our economy – Mona Quartey

*World Trade Center Accra partners govt on diasporan initiative

*Ghana is fastest growing mobile money market in Africa – Ursula

*Daniel Mckorley commends government for supporting the private sector

*Akufo-Addo assures private sector of govt support through enabling environment

*Ghana Cement rewards distributors

*World Bank Group to hold inaugural capital markets conference

*Ghana Chamber of Mines chief calls for tax incentives

*Telcos Chamber denies seizure of deceased MoMo users account by Telcos

*COCOBOD introduces slashers to improve cocoa quality

*‘Digitisation, e-commerce great potential in promoting rural development – FAO


*Charterhouse begs journalists

*Woman in sex tape not me, my vagina is smaller – Sista Afia

*People can’t stop referring to me as Duncan-Williams – Archbishop’s ex-wife speaks

*Kuami Eugene will not last long in the music industry – Fiifi Selah of TH4 Kwages

*You are a thief, it’s a fact – Mutombo the Poet attacks Mensa Otabil

*Kumawood star Kyeiwaa marries in America

*I masturbate during sex to cum in less than 20 seconds – Efia Odo offers orgasm tips

*Prophet Kofi Oduro is a ‘small boy’ – Prophet Elisha Osei Kofi

*Give Akufo-Addo another 4 years for a better Ghana – Lucky Mensah to Ghanaians

*People threatened me after the death of my manager – Efe Keyz

*Ghanaian youth with little credit, no lights always quick to insult on social media – Sonnie Badu

*Why men take off their wedding rings!

*Should you consider getting back together after a breakup?


*Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash

*Man wrongfully arrested given £100k compensation by police

*Turkey earthquake: Rescue efforts near end as death toll rises

*China virus ability to spread getting stronger

*California confirms third case of China virus in US

*Mourinho criticises Inter over move for Eriksen

*North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s aunt reappears after six years

*Iran’s Zarif hits back after Trump’s ‘No thanks’ Twitter post

*Recording shows Trump talking with indicted businessmen he said he doesn’t know

*LeBron James surpasses Kobe Bryant in NBA’s all-time scoring list

*Madonna Madame X tour cancelled in London

*Egyptian businessman Mohamed Ali steps away from politics

*China coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’



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