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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Friday, 13th March 2020.

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Thursday, 27th February, 2020.




BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*COVID-19: ‘We’ve initiated processes for contact tracing’ – Health Minister

*COVID-19: Ghana confirms two cases

*Parliament constitutes ad hoc committee to appoint auditor to audit Auditor General’s Office

*There are different versions to Ofosu-Ampofo’s audio tape – Lawyer

*Mahama calls on Tamale chiefs

*Ghana likely to witness violence in 2020 polls – Former Secretary to AWW Commission

*Two cases of ‘imported’ coronavirus confirmed in Ghana

*2020 elections will be ‘fire for fire’, not ‘boot for boot’ – Victor Smith reveals NDC plans

*Panic ‘hits’ social media as Ghana confirms first cases of coronavirus

*Reshaping Ghana’s destiny demands discipline – First Republic MP

*Bawumia, Samira show love to Rebecca Akufo-Addo on 69th birthday

*Police to bury 120 bodies

*Nobody has the right to encroach on the road space – Road Minister

*Ghanaians eulogise First Lady as she marks 69th birthday

*Subin executives in secret meeting to disqualify JB Danquah

*Court holds Republic Bank Board Chairman liable for conflict of interest

*Zoleka Mandela commissions new life saving infrastructure at Oblogo

*Let’s scale up emergency preparedness to fight COVID-19 – WHO

*Passage of National Blood Service Bill has unduly delayed – CEO

*COVID-19: Temperatures of MPs to be checked

*Media must intensify advocacy and education on ASRHR – NPC

*AOMCs responds to calls for slash of fuel prices

*Gender Ministry awards Hope for Future Generations for sterling work

*Ghana marks Culture Day

*Bulenga Area Council provides vehicle to Police

*ECOWAS holds workshop on Early Warning and Response Mechanism

*WANEP hails ECOWAS Commission for establishing Early Warning Systems

*Aggrieved former COCOBOD staff demand retrenchment benefits

*Government distributes free energy saving bulbs to Ghanaians

*KATH CEO urges health workers to intensify public education on COVID-19

*NPP primaries: 20 aspirants cleared, eight disqualified in Western Region

*Businesswoman in one million fraud trial seeks medical attention

*Sprawling communities on Ghana-Togo border pose security threat

*Coronavirus: Don’t shake hands – Speaker to MPs

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*Tetteh quits Sierra Leone job as Nigeria bekons

*Dr. Frimpong resigns as Ashgold president

*Pay attention to swimming – German-born Ghanaian Swimmer

*Duncan in South Africa for CAF Workshop

*Asamoah Gyan sworn in as Goodwill Ambassador for UN Youth Association of Ghana

*’Parte after parte’ – Ghanaians drool over Partey’s performance in Anfield miracle

*‘Siaa banku’, your jersey like Abidjan blue – Great Olympics trolled after defeat to Hearts of Oak

*Accra Great Olympics report Langabel to the Police

*’I have learned useful lessons from Africa Championship’ – Ziara

*Nii Adjei severs relationship with Faisal

*Black Queens reject $150 allowance from GFA after Turkish Cup participation

*GPL Report: Inter Allies beat Liberty Professionals

*Coronavirus: Ghana Football Association announces stance on pandemic

*I will apologize to Alhaji Grusah if I meet him – Daniel Nii Adjei



*GCB Bank sponsors Mobile Technology for Development conference

*We will incentivize companies that drive achievement of SDGs – GIPC

*GEPA calls for public-private partnership to boost straw cultivation

*MTN Ghana working to minimize impact of coronavirus on expansion programmes

*2019 overall best WASSCE student receives full scholarship from UMB

*Government to distribute 12 million LED bulbs to every household

*Outbreak of coronavirus affecting our business – Pharmaceutical importers cry out

*No more overaged car imports as Parliament passes Customs Amendment Bill

*Burkina Faso is Ghana’s top food-export destination in West Africa

*Coronavirus: Kuwait Airport closing; all commercial flights to Ghana to be affected

*MTN celebrates International Women’s Day with former Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo

*Absa Group reports improving Revenue Growth Momentum for 2019

*Coronavirus: Aliko Dangote reportedly loses N240 billion (GHS3.94bn) in five hours

*Papa Owusu-Ankomah appointed honorary patron of UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce



*Sarkodie wears face mask and gloves to prevent coronavirus

*Comedian Ghana Lucifer raises the ‘level’ in new comedy skit

*Greater Accra Regional Tourism Awards slated for March 27

*We have identity crisis in our music industry – Panellists

*You open your leg, you embrace the consequence – Kwesi Arthur’s father on sex allegations

*Bartender refuses to sell alcohol to Don Little

*British-Ghanaian rapper found guilty of raping four women

*I don’t control my husband – Selly Galley

*Stop cheating if you want life – Prophet Oduro cautions youth

*Actress finds love in an up and coming artiste

*SDA elders don’t support musicians – Great Ampong

*Man shares close to 15 years experience of spiritual marriage

*GHAMRO board member hails erstwhile Kojo Antwi administration

*Female Artistes call for equality in music industry



*South Africa; Nurse found with human placentas arrested

*‘You’re doing well’ – African music icon D’banj leads praise for Manchester United’s Ighalo

*Adebayor sorry for ‘Jackie Chan challenge’ in second Olimpia game

*Man nabbed for illegal possession of medical drugs

*Nigeria’s economy is not working – Dangote

*Ghana, Gabon confirm first cases of coronavirus

*Malawi govt faces pressure to release arrested activists

*Bushmeat from Mara-Serengenti could kill you, experts now warn

*Senegalese president calls illegal logging ‘a catastrophe’

*Burundi’s election could be compromised – UN

*Coronavirus: Algerian president orders school closure

*Tanzania vows to support war on terrorism

*More Russian mercenaries reported in Mozambique

*African leaders seek to clear way for Libyan dialogue



*Turkey to air remote school lessons amid COVID-19 fears

*Arsenal manager Arteta tests positive for coronavirus with whole squad set to self-isolate

*Trump signs law to bar U.S. rural carriers from using Huawei network equipment

*Wall Street plunges, bringing record bull run to an end

*Chelsea partially close training ground as Hudson-Odoi tests positive for coronavirus

*Leicester City players showing symptoms of coronavirus – Rodgers

*Top Dutch museums close over coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Brazilian official who met with Trump tests positive

*Canadian PM Trudeau in two-week isolation after wife tests positive for coronavirus

*Trump says politicians need to shake handshaking habit

*Verizon raises 2020 capital expenditure in 5G push

*U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but coronavirus layoffs loom

*Wall Street resumes trading after 7% slide triggers halt

*Coronavirus: Republic of Ireland to close schools and colleges




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