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*TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – TUESDAY, 15TH JANUARY, 2019…*

*General News Headlines *

*Police find sperms on murdered GPHA staff; houseboy arrested

*‘What’s wrong if I invested with Menzgold?’ – Asiedu Nketiah ask NPP ‘propagandists’

*Profile of MenzGold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah

*‘Some don’t want my office to exist; but I’ll continue to work’ – Amidu

*Kwabenya escape: Fourth accused person opens defence

*Gonja Chiefs settle on Damongo as capital of Savannah region

*Menzgold not liable for our $51m loss – Horizon Royal Diamonds

*GES suspends PTA levies

*EC sued at SC over date for Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election

*We only retaliated after Alavanyo youth started firing – Police

*Musician jailed seven years for abduction and defilement

*Injunction suit on NDC presidential primary to be settled out of court

*2 MPs sue 35 mining companies for breaching Ghana’s laws

*NABCo resolves challenges of 9,235 beneficiaries

*‘We may close down dangerous court facilities’ – Chief Justice warns

*Martin Amidu hopeful he’ll prosecute this year

*Government to introduce centralised admissions system for varsities

*Government delegation heads to Dubai over NAM1 extradition

*Menzgold saga: We don’t have a magic wand – Police

*I work on the quiet – Martin Amidu replies critics

*Two alleged ‘gay men’ arrested for blackmail

*Ablakwa wants bi-partisan parliamentary inquiry into Menzgold saga

*IPR sympathises with family of GPHA PR manager stabbed to death

*Arrest of NAM 1: Ghana police in touch with Dubai authorities

*Ghanaians have missed NDC; Hunger under Akufo-Addo unbearable – Mahama

*Top government officials leave for Dubai over NAM 1 arrest

*One birth every two hours at Nsawam Government Hospital – Medical Superintendent

*Takoradi Techl University loses 4.5million to Brooks Financial Services

*Follow procurement laws and ensure value for money-DCE urges GES accountants

*EC has failed to effectively regulate political parties – Prof. Ayee

*Dubai authorities arrested NAM1 on 7 December 2018 – Police

*NAM1 defrauded 53 people in 2012; court case died – Retired cop

*‘Try me government’ cause of hardship in Ghana – Mahama

*Confirmed: NAM1 nabbed in Dubai more than one month ago

*Out of court settlement agreed in injunction on NDC presidential primaries

*Jospong appeals to media, religious bodies to support sanitation campaigns

*Two killed in Alavanyo-Dzogbefeme shooting

*Afenyo-Markin cautions against criminal prosecution of NAM1

*Stop claiming credit for fixing energy crisis – NDC

*Damaged footbridge on N1 highway poses danger to commuters

*Teenage pregnancy is not fashion – Gender Minister

*>>>Sports Headlines…*

*We will eliminate Kotoko in Kumasi – Coton Sport Captain

*Asante Kotoko declare ‘Red Week’ ahead of Coton’s visit to Kumasi

*Ghanaians need to engage in constructive criticisms – Kwesi Appiah

*Caf Confederation Cup: Asante Kotoko want to achieve double over Coton Sport – Akunnor

*>>>Business Headlines…*

*There will be no 60% rise in electricity tariffs – Gyamfi replies Adam Mutawakilu

*Ex UT, Capital bank workers to receive exit pay this week?

*Decent prices for cocoa farmers is my priority – ICCO boss

*Banking crisis affects business of susu collectors – Stakeholders

*>>>Entertainment Headlines…*

*Afia Schwarzenegger calls for the arrest of Benedicta Gafah

*I don’t need a husband – Deborah Vanessa replies fan

*Afia Schwarzenegger and ‘thosecalledcelebs’ engage in social media fight; throw crazy insults at each other

*Stop being envious of your colleagues in the music industry – Dada KD

*>>>World News Headlines…*

*Zimbabwe protests after petrol and diesel price hike

*Jesus scores twice as Man City coast past 10-man wolves

*Jayme Closs kidnap: Suspect Jake Patterson ‘saw her on school bus’

*Artwork with Saudi Arabia flag removed from Ground Zero

*SOURCE: GHANAWEB (VISIT THERE TO READ MORE ON THE STORIES ABOVE)*

*COMPILED BY: SV KPODO*

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