Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Friday 20th November 2020





*IGP directed to provide Martin Amidu with 24-hour protection

*Mahama Ayariga is my son, he won’t lie against me – Amidu

*Two aides of ex-president Rawlings reportedly picked up by BNI

*Ofori-Atta was in my house while I wrote Agyapa report – Amidu

*’Blame Akufo-Addo if I’m harmed’ – Amidu as he warns government

*NDC’s Yamoah Ponkor nearly slaps Bantama MP live on Akoma FM

*Amidu dares Kennedy Agyapong to produce medical records

*Court admits Ofosu-Ampofo leaked tape as evidence

*Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu loses grip on Suame seat

*Rawlingses visit Otumfuo to inform him of ex-President’s death

*Ofori Atta came to my house when I was writing Agyapa report – Amidu

*’Forgive us for the delay’ – Rawlings’s family to Anlo Chiefs

*’Over pampered’ Martin Amidu wanted Akufo-Addo to repair his car brakes – Director of Transport

*I rejected Appiah Menka’s attempt to make peace with Rawlings – Baako confesses

*Govt targets diasporans to invest in economy

*Coronavirus: Markets in Western North region disinfected

*Adesewa Josh unveiled as host for a new African centred news segment on TRT world

*Standard Chartered Ghana declared Digital Bank of the Year

*KKMA inaugurates nine-member HIV/AIDS Committee

*Global Tobacco Index Country Ranking: Ghana can perform better

*Rapid beachfront development calls for comprehensive land use planning along the coast – Korli

*Coronavirus strikes down 2,180 children who are below 18yrs – Report

*I am now a private citizen and cannot be controlled by anyone – Martin Amidu

*We don’t need bloodshed during elections – Apostle Tekper advises Ghanaians

*Ghanaians told to not relent on coronavirus directives

*Rawlings made a name for himself in Ghana, globally – Otumfuo

*Rawlings was fair, firm and principled – Dr Agyepong eulogises former President

*MOH launches World Antimicrobial Awareness week

*Hopelessness witnessed in 1979 coming back – Bombande

*Family of man who ‘shot himself’ at Ayeduase demands independent probe

*WHO predicts spike in COVID-19 cases ahead of Christmas

*What Otumfuo Osei Tutu II wrote in Rawlings’s book of condolence

*CTCM pays tribute to His Excellency, Jerry John Rawlings

*Only 3% of gun owners renew their permits annually – Small Arms C’ssion

*Rawlings gave EC free hand – David Kanga

*NDC supporters defy Rawlings’s family order, organise one-week observation

*Twellium Industries supports Ghana Youth Camp

*Election 2020: EC outlines measures for announcement of results

*Volta Minister signs book of condolence for Rawlings

*Refrain from vote-buying to elect competent leaders – NCCE

*EC spells-out Security Officers task for Election 2020

*Traders in Sunyani complain over poor sales in COVID-19 nose masks

*Stay off Obomeng stool lands – Chief warns galamsey operators

*Obuasi East: MP cuts sod for police office complex ©


*2021 AFCON Qualifiers: CAF nominates Andre Ayew’s free-kick goal against Sudan for best goals scored on match day 3 & 4

*You’ve left an ‘unfillable void’ in my life – Azumah Nelson mourns Rawlings

*Asante Kotoko to refund StarTimes money to the GFA – Reports

*I can’t play beyond 30 Minutes – Kotoko’s Fabio Gama

*Stay calm and enjoy the GPL coverage – StarTimes to Asante Kotoko fans

*Let us see the contract you signed with StarTimes – Asante Kotoko to GFA

*My ambition is to coach Black Stars – Eleven Wonders coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu

*Afriyie Acquah promises to end career in Ghana Premier League

*Samatex winger Raymond Kwoffie eyes Premier League promotion ©


*AfCFTA to boost Ghana-South Africa trade relations – Ayorkor Botchwey

*More districts benefit under government’s Rearing for Food and Jobs initiative

*’You don’t need money to make money’ – Dr Kofi Amoah

*Tax exemptions hit US$901 million in two years – Study reveals

*Coronavirus: Tourism Chamber appeals to govt to exempt tourists from US$150 testing fee

*Coronavirus has changed consumer behaviour – Experts

*Consume cocoa products to boost local industry – Joseph Boahen Aidoo

*The ‘Obaatan Pa’ programme is Ghana Beyond Aid in action – Akufo-Addo

*NLC opens office, inaugurates Greater Accra Regional Committee

*Pay our deposits now or face our wrath – ACUCM customers

*Bawumia buys waakye with QR Code to demonstrate use ©


*I slept with Nayas 1 only once – Ernest Opoku finally tells his side of the story

*Kennedy Osei and wife Tracy welcome twins

*My Hollywood feature is a big win for Highlife music – Bisa Kdei

*There’s no way Obuor should have been president of MUSIGA – Gyedu-Blay

*I’ll continue staying with my mother till I marry – Adina

*Cuppy and Stonebwoy drop official video for ‘Karma’

*The curfews during late Rawlings’s time ‘killed’ highlife music – Gyedu-Blay

*Gyedu-Blay explains why current musicians songs do not last

*Akufo-Addo is a ‘democracy icon’, I’m voting for him again – Cwesi Oteng

*Ghana DJ Awards’ 20: DJ Prytty grabs two nominations

*Florence Sottie to carry her artwork to Mount Afadzato for exhibition ©


*Uganda’s opposition presidential candidate arrested over violation of coronavirus rules

*Nigerian officials insist soldiers did not shoot Lekki protesters

*Tullow completes US$575 million sale of Uganda assets to Total

*Ethiopian army announces capture of strategic areas in various fronts of Tigray region

*Uganda’s opposition presidential candidate arrested over violation of coronavirus rules

*South Africa: Tributes Pour for Queen of Kwaito Mshoza

*Lekki shootings: ‘We stand by our report’ – CNN replies FG

*From Nigeria to U.S., meet the three siblings who all became doctors

*South Africa: Decomposing bodies piling up since 2010 at Pietermaritzburg mortuary

*This man was Britain’s first black army officer

*Burkinabé ready for Sunday’s presidential election

*Months after deadly Ethiopia crash, Boeing 737 Max has been cleared to fly again

*Egypt delivers smuggled ancient coins to China

*Senegal to further facilitate convergence of views between Africa, China ©


*Interview: No news from talks could mean good news, says Brexit expert

*Oil crash continues to claim bankruptcy victims in U.S. shale patch

*Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine deliveries could start ‘before Christmas’

*Global crude market finds support mainly from China demand

*Nipsey Hussle’s clothing store in Los Angeles vandalized by looters

*Forget the Messi transfer talk for now: Pep’s new contract is massive for Man City

*UN Chief calls for major, rapid change in fight against climate disruption

*S. African President calls for cooperation, caution amid coronavirus

*World Internet Conference calls for shared cyberspace future

*Bobby Brown’s son dies at 28

*New Zealand remembers victims 10 years on from mine explosion

*Marcos Leonardo: Santos’ record-breaking teen with the €100m release clause

*Australia ‘won’t be changing’ – PM responds to leaked China dossier

*Four rebels killed in clash with Indian security forces in Kashmir ©




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