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TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – WEDNESDAYS, 5TH FEBRUARY, 2020….

>>>GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES…..

*€5m Airbus Saga: US court nails kingpin and brother

*Koku Anyidoho ‘deserts’ Mahama, asks him to carry his own Airbus cross

*Kennedy Agyapong reacts to Airbus saga, promises to release more of such scandals soon

*The Untold: Defying the odds the Selassie Sikanku way – Visually impaired broadcaster tells story

*US Ambassador handover hospitals to Armed Forces

*We’re not worried about NDCs refusal to sign peace accord – Peace Council

*Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago to grace Ghana’s 63rd independence anniversary

*We’re not part of your demo, stop using our logo – PPP warns

*KoKMA, GAVA to roll out phase one of the Ako Adjei interchange Mural

*Police presence ensure safe demonstration – Kwesi Ofori

*Ignore fake statements attributed to Rawlings on topical issues

*Regularise and regulate commercial motorcycles

*Assembly builds new classroom to replace 70-year-old block at Komeso

*Tunni community connected to national grid

*6 nabbed over missing ‘galamsey’ excavators

*NDC’s Lord Hammah campaign for NPP aspirant in Tema West

*Free Zones Boss challenges Chairman of Parliamentary Finance Committee

*Rawlings, Kufuor and Mahama shouldn’t have been left unopposed – Moshake

*NDC, allied parties demonstrate against new Voters register

*GHS heightens surveillance to prevent poliomyelitis

*NPP Chairman donates bus to Langbinsi SHS

*UDS asked to stop transferring key departments

*Over 32,000 households in U/WR to benefit from solar energy

*Court remands three suspected illegal Miners in Enchi

*Mason, 32, jailed 12 years for defiling girl 8

*Revealed: How seized excavators were ‘sold’ for GHS55,000 each

*Auditor to contest Barbara Asher Ayisi in Cape Coast North

*Stop online hate speech, GIFEC admonishes Ghanaian youth

*Bortianor Hills residents appeal to IGP for police protection

*Govt allocates GHC2.5m to fight coronavirus

*Akufo-Addo cuts sod for 17MW solar power plant in Upper West region

*Signing Peace Council vigilantism document now premature – NDC

*Don’t mess with the NDC – Okudzeto Ablakwa cautions NPP

*Airbus Scandal: What investigation again when NPP has already passed judgement? – Asiedu Nketia

*Anesthetists strike taking a toll on healthcare delivery in Kumasi

*’I am prophesying that there will be no new register’ – Otokunor

*Ghana to have Cybersecurity law by end of year – Odotei Sowah

*Fire razes two dormitories at Boa-Amponsem SHS

*GETFund directed to address shortage of dormitories, classrooms in SHS

*Vaccinate adolescents against cervical cancer

*House of Chiefs urged to address chieftaincy disputes

*NGO to establish Cancer Registry in Ghana

*Bring to book illegal mining financiers – Chamber of Mines

*New voters registration will not happen, mark it on the wall – Sam George

*Ekow Ewusi’s arrest: I’m vindicated – Sammy Gyamfi

*Lack of prosecution hindering fight against ‘galamsey’ – Operation Vanguard

*There was an ‘indecent haste’ by NDC in acquiring Airbus – Kyei Mensah Bonsu

*Stop! Ekow Ewusi no more Central Regional 1st Vice-Chair – NPP

*Missing Excavators: CID picks Agona West NPP Chair

*Airbus scandal: Ghanaians really entertain ‘useless issues’ – Sammy Gyamfi rants

*Only a clueless government needs global misfortune to save its currency – Adongo

*NPP Primaries: Dr. Armah gets overwhelming endorsement

*A new court complex for Koforidua in March

*NDC to sue Buaben Asamoa over Mahama Airbus allegations

*I haven’t commented on the Airbus scandal – Rawlings

*Probe fake Facebook account in my name – Anyidoho petitions CID

*Kan-Dapaah Jnr ‘denied’ from picking parliamentary nomination forms

*Set up fast-track courts to prosecute galamsey cases – Operation Vanguard Commander

*I don’t have erection anymore – Man brutalised by Chinese

*Government allocates GH¢2.5m to fight coronavirus

*Be firm, resolute – GUTA boss to EC Chair

>>>SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES ….

*Ghanaian players who made moves in January Transfer window

*Kwadwo Asamoah axed as Victor Moses makes Inter Milan’s Europa League squad

*Stop blaming John Mahama for your 2014 sacking – Ex-Black Stars chief advises Kwesi Appiah

*Four clubs, head coach charged for misconducts

*Muntari showed me bruises with blood – Kwasi Appiah recounts fight during 2014 World Cup

*I sacked Osei Kuffour from Mali 2002 because he went to a night club – Malik Jabir

*John Mahama’s son Sharaf trains with WAFA

*5 players who became popular after leaving Ghana

*Asante Kotoko NCC clap back at WAFA over hooliganism lecture

*Hearts of Oak throw support behind interim coach Edward Odoom

*How Kwasi Appiah used Kufuor to get first Black Stars job

*Esso confident he will score more goals for Hearts of Oak

*Nana Ampomah scores as Fortuna beat Kaiserslautern to reach German Cup quarters

*WAFA Coach Prosper Narteh confident of victory against Asante Kotoko

>>>BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES….

*Insurance companies lose GH¢390m to fraudsters

*Payment of public sector promotion related arrears canceled

*Investors ‘fall over each other’ for Ghana bonds

*Today in 2018: Ghana spent US$24 billion to fix erratic power situation – US Ambassador

*We informed Nigeria of impending visa ban – US

*Employment and Labour Relations Minister launches 48,000 Euro apprenticeship project

*Flashback: Secret company owners are ‘hot’, identities to be made publicly accessible

*Makola Shopping Mall Tenants cry for incentives

*2020 fishing closed season likely to be observed in July and August

*Coronavirus and oil: Why crude has been hit hard

*Collapsed S&L: About 150 vehicles to be auctioned by Receiver to recoup locked up funds

*Invest in Africa prepares SMEs to leverage potentials of AfCFTA

*Removal of VAT on transit goods requires urgent enforcement – GSA CEO

*Government sets up technical committee to address foreigners in retail business

>>>ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES….

*Wendy Shay will be kidnapped and killed for rituals – Prophet Akwesi Appiah

*Should we play your great grandfather’s songs to mourn Kofi B? – Asamoah-Baidoo jabs ignoramus

*Being in the limelight not easy – Emelia Brobbey

*God reveals to redeem – Wendy Shay responds to death prophecy

*Trending Video: Ghanaians hold funeral service for Kobe Bryant and daughter

*Bosom PYung’s Ataa Adwoa video hits 1m views on Youtube

*Kojo Cue features A.I on ‘Wo Nsa Be Ka’ official music video

*Fantana goes partying with Afriyie Acquah in Turkey

*5 things you should never use as lubricants

*6 effective ways to lose belly fat

*How to make your own lubricant if you are trying to conceive

*Producers don’t pay that’s why you don’t see me in movies; Drogba backs Kofi Adjorlolo

*Stop asking couples when they’ll give birth – Diana Hamilton

*Ghana AIDS Commission host Mentor Reloaded contestants

>>>WORLD NEWS HEADLINES….

*Dogged by impeachment, Trump goes head to head with Congress in big speech

*’I sold my hair for $2 to feed my children’

*Coronavirus outbreak not yet pandemic – World Health Organization

*One in three UK bank branches close, US network rides digital onslaught

*Petrol and diesel car sales ban brought forward to 2035

*’I’m the winner’ says Trump amid Democrat chaos

*US working with pharmaceutical firm on new type of coronavirus treatment

*Top Republican urges fellow senators to acquit Trump to stop ‘factional fever’

*Thousands flee severe flooding in New Zealand

*Philippine January inflation highest in eight months, but rate cut on cards

*China virus claims second life off mainland, hits supply chains

*Netflix accused of ‘superhighway robbery’ in Parliament

*Coronavirus outbreak not yet pandemic, World Health Organization says

*Lesotho first lady charged with murdering rival

*Arrest warrant issued for former President Zuma in South Africa

*Jersey’s £230m seizure to be returned to Nigeria

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