>>>GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES….

*State seizes late Daniel Batidam’s vehicles

*Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey pulls out of Anyaa-Sowutuom NPP primaries

*Govt Cuba Scholarship: Chief Imam bids farewell to 40 students from deprived & Zongo communities

*You continued to receive scholarship even as Minister – Ras Mubarak tackles NAPO

*Adwoa Safo, Napo GETFUND scandal not news – Manasseh

*Akufo-Addo, NPP National Executives abandons presidential advisor’s funeral

*GetFund scholarship: Clear my name or I’ll sue you – MP tells Auditor-General

*The controversial question that ‘shook’ NDC presser after walkout

*My GETfund scholarship was to help me ‘serve’ you ‘better’ – Adwoa Safo

*Allegations against 37 Military Hospital staff being probed

*Scholarship saga: Auditor-General playing ‘political mischief’ – Quaitoo

*NPP must not show concern over our running mate matters – Asiedu Nketia

*NPP chairman suspended over secret recording of Prof. Frimpong Boateng

*The dangerous games of the Electoral Commission – IMANI Africa’s report

*SoNA 2020: ‘Shameful’ minority walk out because of their ‘selfishness’ – Nana Fredua

*Don’t relocate Bolgatanga airport – Tongraan tells govt

*Enforce the Disability Act now – Major Don-Chebe

*CHRAJ records 590 cases in Eastern Region

*NPP Polling Station Chairman vows to unseat Jomoro MP

*Anyamam Community School cries for help

*Mourner perishes in motor accident

*Paramount Queen commissions maternity clinic to mark 15th anniversary

*Akatsi South records increase in fire outbreaks

*Doctors to strike over salary disputes

*‘It makes a lot of sense’ — Akufo-Addo backs calls for new voter roll

*NADMO has disappointed us – Fosu Market Fire Victims

*Regional Fire Command proposes strategies to manage fire outbreaks

*Ghost workers reduced on government’s payroll – Accountant General

*Man murders brother and commits suicide

*We will support local businesses to thrive – Ofosu Ampofo

*Ghana, U.S partner to improve reading skills

*Fifty-seven file to contest NPP Primary in Greater Accra

*Did you get what you want? – Nana Ofori asks Minority after SoNA walkout

*President Akufo-Addo and Dr. Bawumia are a blessing to the Zongo community – Islamic Cleric

*Vice Chancellor appeals for salary parity amongst all university lecturers

*Coronavirus: ‘Government has neglected us’ – Ghanaian students in China bemoan

*UENR: All students should take note of this very important announcement

*NHIS exceeds revenue target in Upper West Region

*Disregard Mould’s comments on Aker Energy, AGM deal – Energy Ministry

*Nigerien arrested for attempting to register for Ghana Card

*Armed robbers attack nurses at Prampram

*Ejisu residents raise concerns over waterway buildings

*US$210 million Atlantic Terminal project underway at Takoradi Port

*GETFund: We’ve laid down our ‘tools’- NDC members peeved over scholarship for NPP members

>>>SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES….

*Besiktas star Kevin-Prince Boateng plays down injury fears

*MTN FA Cup: Legon Cities thump Inter Allies to book R32 spot

*Winful Cobbina explains why he disappears in games

*OlympAfrica Foundation Director hails GOC President

*Female boxer Dr Ornella Sathoud on the brink of Olympic Games qualification

*Fury will beat Wilder anytime- Joshua Clottey

*Hearts of Oak set to lose top striker Joseph Esso to Slovakian giants

*Dr. Kwame Kyei ‘furiously’ storms out of meeting with players and technical team

*Swansea star Andre Ayew delighted to end goal drought against Huddersfield

*Tetteh, others advance to quarters of Olympic qualifier

*‘Allow Maxwell Konadu to do his work’ – Malik Jabir tells fans

*Richard Ofori opens up on Downs, Pirates links

*‘We are not enemies’- George Afriyie pens down emotional letter to Kurt Okraku

*Arsenal keen to pay Thomas Partey’s €50 million release clause

>>>BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES….

*Akufo-Addo trumpets economic achievements

*Stakeholders appeal for establishment of Shea Board Authority

*CBG prepares to pay savings & Loans, micro-finance customers

*Coronavirus outbreak: Protective Face Masks selling like hotcake

*Today in 2016: GRA intercepts $18m gold bullion at KIA

*Flashback: IMF deal was a waste of time – Assibey-Yeboah

*Gold price at seven-year high on coronavirus fears

*UNIPASS fails Takoradi pilot

*Ghana, Norway pledge to reinforce ties of co-operation

*Gov’t releases GH¢5bn to settle customers of defunct Savings & Loans firms

*Accounts of dead MoMo customers still valid – Telecoms chamber

*’Aayalolo’ bus drivers on strike

*Krif unveils counting machines for new banknotes

*Ghana International Trade to focus on role of AfCFTA

>>>ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES…

*Stephanie Benson films herself mirroring her ‘tonga’ in latest sex education video

*Don Moen spotted in Ghana, photo surfaces online

*I’ve always been in a relationship with young guys – Sister Derby

*8 signs your guy really wants to marry you

*Drinking beer daily can double a man’s chances of reaching 90 years

*Medikal lied about me surprising him at his Back to Sowutuom concert – Sister Derby

*Yvonne Nelson opens up about nearly facing depression after birth

*4 things to expect when you date a broke guy

*How to get a church girl to fall in love with you

*The church is best place for gospel musicians – Ritaqueen

*7 ways to deal with sexual urges in a celibate relationship

*Gifty Boadu releases debut album

*Sandra Ankobiah cries about being single

*AK Songstress grabs award in Canada

>>>WORLD NEWS HEADLINES….

*APC fumes as PDP demands review of Buhari Supreme Court victory

*Boko Haram threw child into burning vehicle – Marwa

*Libya’s warring sides pull out of Geneva peace talks

*Police arrest lady as man dies in a hotel after bouts of sex

*Snake stops crowd from separating adulterous couple stuck on top of each other in Zimbabwe

*Gnassingbe retained as Togo President

*Coronavirus: World should prepare for pandemic – WHO

*Harvey Weinstein guilty over sexual assaults

*Katherine Johnson: Hidden Figures Nasa mathematician dies at 101

*Italy reports fourth coronavirus death

*Trump administration weighs emergency funds to combat coronavirus

*WHO raises alarm as virus spreads in parts of Middle East, Europe

*Vanessa Bryant files wrongful death suit against helicopter company in Kobe’s death

*Coronavirus forces fan ban at Italian football games

*Dozens injured as man intentionally ploughs car into carnival crowd in Germany

*Coronavirus spreads outside China, but ‘world in Wuhan’s debt’ for its actions: WHO

*Julian Assange: World’s most-wanted whistleblower back in spotlight

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