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Headline News December 16 2019

 

*Breaking news: Fire hits Michel Camp armoury

*I’m a lesbian; I’ve attempted suicide twice, your insults don’t bother me’ – Kuukuwa Andam

*NAM1 charged with fraud over $23million deal

*A true African patriot is free – Rawlings lauds Gbagbo victory at ICC

*Residents evacuated as fire engulfs Michel Camp Base Ammunition Depot

*We’ll witness a national funeral over Menzgold because of President’s failure to deal with the matter – Nanegbe

*Mahama, Bawumia won’t die in 2019 – Adwoa Ntoso

*New date to be set for NDC flagbearer elections – Asiedu Nketiah

*Military calls for reinforcement in Alavanyo

*Ghanaian workers forced to apologise to dogs in writing by Chinese bosses

*Abu Jinapor dodges death as huge tree crashes his car in near-fatal accident

*Director of Education bemoans poor teacher competency in literacy, numeracy

*Josephine Asante’s killers did not trail her to the house – Estate owners

*Our public finance now in order – Akufo-Addo

*Pastor’s prophecy for NAM1; Return to Christ or lose everything

*Mahama makes unity in NDC top of his agenda

*Amass Ghana calls for international concern on conflicts in Northern Ghana

*Judicial Secretary to get lawyers for alleged MP killers

*Mahama Haruna vrs PAD FM:Court postpones hearing on petition from accused person

*Spio-Gabrah’s GetFund will deflate free SHS policy – Kwame Ampofo

*How prophet Benard Elbernard Nelson-Eshun prophesied Laurent Gbagbo’s release

*Uber driver remanded for robbing passenger

*Kwabenya Trial: I don’t know the Kwabenya Police Station – Accused

*I can’t be part of a monetized NDC anymore; I’m ready to quit – Kumbuor

*EOCO freezes NAM1’s accounts

*Angel-zoe foundation donates to two correctional centers

*Mahama gave NAM 1 diplomatic passport – National Vice Chairman of NPP

*Calls for bi-partisan probe into Menzgold saga needless – NPP MP

*Make education and infrastructure building a priority in your next government – Okyehene tells Mahama

*Forgive anyone who wronged you – Okyenhene to Mahama

*EOCO freezes NAM1’s accounts; chases cars, houses

*Supreme Court dismisses Avoke’s reinstatement request

*Vacate your office to preserve your reputation – Amidu advised

*NAM1 extradition close to impossible – Lawyer

*Forgive the NDC and let’s work for victory 2020 – Onasis Kobby

*Ban on mobile phones in SHSs should be lifted – Ursula Owusu

*It will take a miracle to get NAM1 to Ghana soon – Lawyer argues

*MPs bribe journalists to be in the news – Ex-MP

*Takoradi kidnapping: Family traumatized over 18-year old girl’s disappearance

*Ghanaian arrested for alleged murder in the U.S.

*Ursula Owusu joins Wolo to launch E-learning for Communities

*>>>Sports Headlines…*

*Kotoko CEO throws suprise party for players after Coton Sport victory

*Former Kotoko Communications Director named Domestic League Committee chief by NC

*Australian side Wellington Phoenix reportedly on the verge of signing Michael Essien

*Dunav Russe complete signing of Inkoom in a short term deal

*>>>Business Headlines…*

*Government borrows GH¢11.250 million in first quarter

*Databank denies dealing in gold

*Government must set realistic targets for inflation – Economist

*Don’t blame Menzgold customers for business gone bad – Fin. Analyst

*>>>Entertainment Headlines…*

*I’ll be tagged greedy if I mention how much I invested with menzgold – Lil Win

*Sarkodie has not ‘sat’ on my career growth – Strongman

*Moesha leaks ‘10-year-challenge’ photo of ‘thosecalledcelebs’; tells sad childhood story

*Leak my sex tape with Adebayor for $100,000 – Yvonne Okoro throws challenge

*>>>World News Headlines…*

*Police respond to attack at Nairobi hotel and office complex

*’Time almost up’: EU leaders react with dismay to UK Brexit vote

*El Chapo ‘paid $100 million bribe to former president of Mexico’

*Venezuela’s parliament tries to lure military into disavowing Maduro

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

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