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TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – THURSDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 2020

>>>GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES……

*I’m solidly behind you – Bagbin assures Akufo-Addo

*UT Bank case: Kofi Amoabeng, 5 others charged with 42 counts

*Deputy Special Prosecutor can probe Airbus scandal in Amidu’s place – Emile Short

*Kwabena Duffuor and Johnson Asiama charged with money laundering, causing financial loss

*Tema Motorway Interchange will be completed on schedule – Project Manager

*Ghana needs new voter register – CSO

*All shops and business outlets must have toilet facilities

*MP for Sissala East picks forms to seek re-election

*MP re-demands ‘appropriate’ national funeral as Parliament remembers JB Danquah

*U.S. supports women shea processers to up their incomes

*Korle Bu Teaching Hospital launches innovation summit 2020

*Panlogo-Logodam wins ‘Most Outstanding Student Leader of the Decade’

*Ghana to approve draft policy on NCDs to reduce deaths

*Five critical roads in UWR penciled for construction

*Parliament recommends remarking of 2019 law papers

*GHACHIFA commends China on handling of Coronavirus crisis

*GJA inaugurate Committees to promote professionalism

*CPP postpones Congress to March 28

*Government allocates GHC2.5 million for coronavirus preparedness

*NGO calls for collaboration to fight cancers

*Policy on reducing Non Communicable Disease deaths before Cabinet

*Court fines driver for using expired vehicle documents

*Court adjourns ex-Beige boss trial

*Ghana must respond to cyber threats

*GRASAG urges graduate students to embrace research

*NDC is using EC as ploy to reject 2020 election results – Sam Payne

*Dismiss & arrest Prof Frimpong-Boateng – Sammy Gyamfi

*Miner narrates how ‘mafia’ Ekow Ewusi changed his pickup number plate for personal use

*Current voters’ register is over-bloated and must be replaced – Expert declares

*Missing excavators: Perpetrators to be prosecuted, no one will be spared – Govt

*Mahama’s Airbus saga factor in ex-president Mill’s death – Stephen Amoah

*NDC’s flimsiest excuse doesn’t make sense to even an ant – Buaben Asamoa

*Airbus Bribery Scandal: Buaben Asamoa is ‘mentally unstable’ – Sammy Gyamfi

*Pwalugu dam: Suspend project; it’s a rip off – Minority

*First National Bank Ghana: A fresh breath of banking innovation, setting new standards and delighting customers

*Duffuor, Asiama, 7 others charged over uniBank collapse

*Tech focused blog Mfidie.com is 3 years with 9 million lifetime article reads

*Amoabeng, 5 others slapped with 42 new charges

*New NPP group promises to snatch orphan constituencies

*Unibank case: Duffour shouldn’t be on charge sheet; charges unfair – Lawyer

*Driver, 26, jailed 12 months for stealing a motorbike

*Court fines driver for using expired vehicle documents

*Finance Ministry, AfDB sign loan agreement for Eastern Corridor roads

>>>SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES …

*2014 World Cup: I would have slapped Kwasi Appiah for crying – Malik Jabir

*GFA appoints Integrity Officer

*Patrick Allotey to face GBA Disciplinary Committee today

*Joseph Yamin threatens to ‘expose’ Kwesi Appiah

*Results of Ghana Premier League matches after week eight

*Elmina Sharks blames referee for defeat to Legon Cities

*Yahaya Mohammed trump all to win Nasco Player of the Month award

*Ghana offered chance to host 2020 Africa Armwrestling Championship

*Waris opens Strasbourg goal account in Toulouse win

*FA Cup R64 Draw: Kotoko face Deportivo, Hearts to play Danbort

*5 Reasons to Watch the Ghanaian Premier League

*Ghana Rugby Elects New Officers and Board Members

*Legon Cities pip Elmina Sharks

>>>BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES….

*350% Eurobond over subscription testament to buoyant economy – Ofori-Atta

*32,000 households to benefit from construction of two solar plants in Upper West

*AngloGold to exit its South Africa concessions

*Trust freight forwarders to expedite your businesses for you – GIFF prez tells importers

*Global markets oversubscribe Ghana’s US$3bn Eurobond sale

*’Shut up’ – Adongo to CBG boss

*U.S. Ambassador opens shea processing facility at Sorogu

*B&FT Editorial: WAEMU’s usurpation of the Eco not procedural

*GPHA commissions three new tugboats to improve turnaround time of vessels

*Flashback : GCB Bank absorbs 70% of UT, Capital banks’ staff

*Achiase District farmers to receive certified palm oil seedlings

*5th Millennium Excellence Awards to launch on February 13

*UNI-PASS deal won’t lead to judgment debt – GRA

*Flashback: Ghana will not default on Eurobond payments

>>>ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES…..

*Women are meant only for the kitchen and bedroom – Bulldog

*Sing, rap in the language you’re comfortable with – Lydia Forson ‘rubbishes’ call for English language

*Stop the silly stunts – Dr. Pounds rips Medikal

*I’m not worth $800,000 – ‘Frustrated’ and ‘hungry’ Kofi Adjorlolo fumes

*Dr Kwaku Oteng hasn’t married 5th wife, his mum is in the mortuary – Gloria Sarfo

*Yvonne Nelson leaves us breathless with this gorgeous photo

*Artistes who left Black Avenue Musiq lacked patience – Nina Richie

*I would choose Sarkodie over Rick Ross any day – K Dee

*Hot bath can be so comfortable, but here’s why you need to stop it

*Kurl Songx wants to ride on us to hype his new song – Krymi fires

*Tracey Boakye’s ‘Try Again’ earns positive reviews

*The problem with Africa is hypocrisy, not poverty- Sherifa Gunu

*Eye bags can be a forgotten issue with these homemade remedies

*‘Music is the short hand of my emotions’ – Diana Hamilton

>>>WORLD NEWS HEADLINES…..

*Avalanches kill nearly 40 in eastern Turkey

*A newly emboldened Trump gives Democrats a reason to fret

*Trump appears to snub Pelosi when she tried to shake his hand

*U.S. trade deficit shrinks in 2019 for first time in six years

*China’s coronavirus death toll surpasses 560 as world health experts hunt for cure

*Record-breaking US astronaut set to return to Earth

*Trump acquitted of all charges in Senate impeachment trial

*Switzerland divided over new law against homophobia

*Twitter to start crackdown on doctored content

*Malaysia’s former first lady goes on trial for corruption

*Asia stocks rise, oil rebounds but China virus toll mounts

*U.S. to review new curbs on Huawei, China in Feb. meeting: sources

*Ford shares dive after carmaker posts fourth-quarter loss, disappointing 2020 outlook

*Tesla rally fueled by fear of missing out, not short squeeze – investors

*Seven persons to contest presidential election in Togo

*Attacked Malawian woman says country6 does not protect women

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