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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Friday, 31st July, 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*10 indigenous plants which have been saving Ghanaian lives

*Barnish me from Damongo should water flow through Yagbon-Wura taps before 2020 – Basintale

*Bawumia presents 100 buses to Senior High Schools

*Supreme Court dismisses NDC’s application for review of voters register

*The ‘foolishness’ of Ga people made them forget God – Lawrence Tetteh claims

*’Ignore Bawumia’s comical and diversionary antics’ – Mahama Campaign team

*Tema East NDC Candidate slapped with 6 charges over alleged GH¢5.7 million embezzlement

*Newmont employee crashes to death

*SHS student collapses and dies during exams

*It’s shocking – Amaliba on Supreme Court’s dismissal of review application

*Bawumia’s 50 vs NDC’s 60 achievement list: Who said what

*Heated arguments rock voters Registration Review Committee sittings in Dormaa Central

*Eastern Region chieftaincy fight enters Parliament

*Voters registration: NDC curses Tepa MCE for denying members from registering

*Let’s leave the past behind and work for the development of Bole – Bolewura Kutuge Feso

*Aflao Police calms rioting SPACO students

*KOICA presents PPE to farmer groups

*22 million Ghanaians suffered reduced income over coronavirus restrictions – Report

*Perez Chapel resumes service on August 2

*’It’s dishonest, mockery to say NHIS already provides free healthcare’ – Sly to Nsiah-Asare

*Concentrate on the youth if you want to win 2020 elections – Ben Ephson to political parties

*Our son didn’t commit suicide because of lost investment at Menzgold – Family

*Spread Kindness: Standard Chartered Ghana tells Ghanaians on International Day of Friendship 2020

*Some SHS Gold Track students to vacate on July 31

*Recruitment: ADPU Solutions Ghana seeks Senior Sales Executive

*We’ve gone to court over Domelevo’s locks but can’t do anything about lynched grandma – Vim Lady slams govt

*Covered drainage is the way to solve drainage systems in Accra – Atta Akyea

*Irene Ansa-Asare Horsham appointed new MountCrest rector

*Killing of 90-year-old should end attacks on women – Gender Minister

*McDan donates dialysis to 37 Military Hospital

*Kasoa Mother and Child Hospital appeals for support

*Ignore Bawumia’s ‘comical and diversionary’ antics – Mahama Campaign team

*Mental breakdown is not witchcraft – Dr. Akwasi Osei

*NCCE praises churches and mosques for regarding safety protocols

*Chief Imam calls for calm during Eid-ul-Adha celebrations

*Dr Aboagye Dacosta explains why Ghana’s infection rate is reducing rapidly

*Medical practitioners urged to advance in research

*Complete Salaga-Bimbila road for us – Residents plead

*Nominations open for 2020 edition of Ghana Energy Awards

*Ursula Owusu breaks silence after Akufo-Addo’s directive over GBC channels reduction

*Akufo-Addo lifted lockdown for political gains – Dela Edem

*Opuni Trial: Counsel for Agongo produce evidence of isolating

*Major unresolved murder cases in the country

*Taskforce donates seized items to Sunyani Central Prisons

*Pass Affirmative Action Bill now – Former Miss Ghana

*Infectious Disease Isolation Centre completion attests to ‘can-do’ spirit of Ghanaians

*Mamprugu chief confers chieftaincy title on captain Tonzua

*Amanda Nutakor: The 2020 Legon School Of Law valedictorian with 3.84 GPA

*NPP’s Abronye DC ‘most abusive on radio’ – MFWA report

*I’ll rebrand PNC – Emmanuel Wilson, as he runs for Gen. Sec slot

*ASWIM mourns patron Dr Doris Yaa Dartey

*Female students getting pregnant during coronavirus pandemic – Minister reveals

*AMA gives squatters along Odawstorm drain 48-hour ultimatum to vacate

*We are all guilty, make asset declaration public – Majority leader

*246 markets undergo disinfection again in Eastern Region

*Domelevo should give us a break – Kofi Ameyaw

*Lynching of suspected witches is a ‘norm’ in some parts of the North – Retired Police Inspector

*Support govt to fight coronavirus – New Juaben South MCE

*Volta Fishers take delivery of 200 subsidised outboard motors

*University of Cape Coast to train Ghana Police investigators

*Ghana has a de facto 2-party system – Dr Seidu Alidu

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*Rahim Ayew clarifies Jordan Ayew captaincy comment

*The inside story of why Mohammed Salisu is allegedly unwilling to play for Ghana

*We almost had a plane crash – 95 World Cup winner opens up on team’s struggles

*Ghanaian coaches fight GFA over vacant Technical Director position

*I expect Jordan Ayew to play for Real Madrid or Manchester United – Sola Ayew

*Four Spanish clubs interested in signing attacker Clifford Aboagye

*Stranded players in India plead with govt to be repatriated back home

*I wish to see Andre and Jordan Ayew in the Premier League again- Rahim Ayew

*German Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt unveil new signing Ragnar Ache

*’We knew Salisu preferred the Premier League’ – Rennes President Nicolas Holveck

*Frederick Moore heads Ghana FA ExCo Ad-Hoc Compensation Committee

*Real Valladolid boss confirms Mohammed Salisu deal with Southampton

*I can’t wait to reunite with Victorien Adebayor at HB Koge – Kwabena Kyeremateng

*Princella Adubea seals transfer to Racing Femenino

*Inter Allies defender Frank Assinki joins Danish club HB Koge

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*Abossey Okai: 200 closed Nigerian shops to be opened today

*Ghana Infectious Disease Centre connected to national electricity grid

*Income for over 22 million Ghanaians drop due to coronavirus

*Akufo-Addo collapsing local car dealership – Minority

*Coronavirus: Low patronage of livestock ahead of Eid-ul-Adha festivities

*NPP is better custodian of public purse – Abena Osei-Asare

*Parliament passes Accident Investigation and Prevention Bureau Bill

*Gold price likely to remain volatile – World Gold Council

*Trade Ministry warns foreigners in retail sector to regularise their trade by August 10

*Vodafone Ghana Foundation ‘frees’ 300 from hospitals

*GCB rolls out instant VISA, Mastercards, Union pay

*Ghana CARES programme to offer fiscal consolidation path on economy – Kwarteng

*AngloGold Ashanti announces increases in earnings

*Government’s 20 percent tax-to-GDP target unrealistic – IEA

*GFDs grateful to Akufo-Addo for entrepreneurship support programme

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*I’ve stopped going to church – Kumawood actress Christiana Awuni

*Beyonce gives Shatta Wale a hug in new exclusive ‘Black is King’ trailer

*Emmanuel Dei-Tumi & other first-class students of Legon Law school class of 2020

*This is why Sarkodie and Acehood are trending on Twitter

*Yes I sell dildo but I’ll make it to heaven when I die – Shugatiti

*3 Ghanaian celebrities whose lives are threatened by politicians

*I’ll push the youth to do songs like Stonebwoy’s ‘Putuu’ when elected President -Akpaloo

*Shatta Wale digs Stonebwoy’s ‘Putuu’, but says it doesn’t make sense

*Ladies: Here are 5 types of vaginal discharge and what they mean

*You have achieved more in 2 years – Bullet tells Wendy Shay

*Sarkodie continues to promote his virtual concert amidst ‘Acehood’ trolls

*Not every person who speaks tongues has repented – Diana Asamoah

*5 ways to naturally increase the size of your breasts

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*Final send-off for ex-Tanzania president Benjamin Mkapa

*Angry mob set three armed robbers ablaze after failed bank robbery

*U.S issues safety alert for 10 Kenya airways Boeing planes in Kenya

*Nigerian pastor admits to kidnapping people to raise money for charity

*’We’re fighting coronavirus in the dark’

*Invasive fish become lockdown food in South Africa

*Man rapes 20-year-old girl with down’s syndrome

*African children among worst-hit by lead poisoning

*Kenya to investigate alleged abuse of Lebanon workers

*Stop rehabilitating Boko Haram terrorists, they will never repent – Senator tells Nigerian govt

*Africa closes in on one million coronavirus cases

*Testimonies: Raped and ransomed in DR Congo

*’Lockdown gave me second chance at life’

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*Killer of Rafiki, Uganda’s rare silverback mountain gorilla, jailed

*French health officials say bed bugs now a public health issue

*Zimbabwe police clear streets ahead of anti-government protests

*Donald Trump calls for delay to 2020 US presidential election

*Infectious disease expert laments ‘distressing’ lack of masks at Donald Trump event

*Bill Gates says most coronavirus tests are a ‘complete waste’ because the results come back too slow

*Saudi Arabia seeks to appeal its loss before the World Trade Organization

*Coronavirus cluster in western France

*Malik Basit, founding member of The Roots, dead at 47

*Japan braces for coronavirus spike amid domestic travel campaign

*Portugal telcos won’t use Huawei for 5G networks

*European plane maker Airbus loses 2 billion euros in coronavirus crisis

*Portland protests, Federal forces ready for phased pullout

*Samsung slump makes Huawei the world’s biggest smartphone brand for the first time

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