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Ghana: News Headlines
Posted by admin on 18th December 2014


3 AIRLINES SUED FOR DISREGARDING DISABILITY LAW The Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled (GSPD) has filed a motion on notice, praying the Human Rights Division of the High Court to restrain three local airlines from discriminating against persons with disabilities by way of refusing to sell flight tickets to them.

FOUR ARRESTED OVER MURDER OF CHIEF Four persons have been arrested in connection with the chief Salikuga, a farming community in the Zabzugu District in the Northern Region.

NDC BOILS OVER SATURDAY’S CONGRESS The ruling National Democratic Congress seems to be boiling over many contending issues as it struggles to mend broken hearts, with barely a day to go for its national delegates congress.

YEN TIE OBIAA! MAHAMA BOOGIES WITH OTUMFUO The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and President John Dramani Mahama exhibited good dancing skills Monday evening after the re-commissioning of what NDC propaganda machinery described as the ‘Kumasi International Airport’.

VICKY HAMAH RANKED ‘CRAZIEST’ POLITICIAN Her infamous comment that she wanted to make $1 million before quitting politics has earned Victoria Hamah, the sacked Deputy Minister of Communication , an enviable description as one of the ‘craziest’ African politicians in a new book published recently in London.

JUJU ROBBERS GRABBED IN KUMASI Five suspected high way robbers who reportedly practice voodoo, also known as ‘juju’, to supposedly given them ‘good luck’ before they embark on a robbery expedition, have been apprehended.

BANK POSITIVE ABOUT 2015; PROFITS SOARED THIS YEAR In spite of major difficulties and operational bottlenecks experienced by industry this year, banks in the country way they have not fared badly and are confident of even better prospects come 2015.

2014 BEEN TOUGH — INDUSTRY The economic turbulence which characterised 2014 is one that will remain in the minds of the business community for some time to come.


Over one thousand customers of Fanteakwa Rural Bank Limited in the Eastern Region are up in arms with the management of the bank for failing to pay their outstanding debt of more than four hundred thousand cedis being daily savings of customers.

DELEGATES STOP BOATEN GYAN Delegates in the Eastern Region on Wednesday defied humble appeal by the incumbent national organiser of the ruling National Democratic Congress, Yaw Boateng Gyan to re-elect him as national organiser of the party.

DEVILISH STUDENT DUMPS BABY INTO WC An unidentified female student of Akuapem-Mampong Presbyterian Senior High School in the Akuapem North Municipality of the Eastern Region on Monday aborted her six months old pregnancy into the school’s water closet.