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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Friday, 3rd April, 2020.

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Friday, 3rd April, 2020.


BY: SV KPODO(kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Minority urges government to disclose source of US$65 million for coronavirus

*Be bold, tell the west to start coronavirus trials from their countries – Gyampo

*Coronavirus: Keta Assembly quarantines five fishermen, a vessel cook

*Parliament approves 63 million euros for La General Hospital rehabilitation

*Ghana Immigration Service officials arrest 44 foreign nationals

*Isaac Adongo donates towards coronavirus fight

*Parliament passes COVID-19 National Trust Fund Bill, 2020

*Coronavirus: Embark on nationwide mass testing – NDC team urges government

*‘Stop babaric lockdown brutalities on harmless citizens’ – NAPA to GAF, Police

*GCB Bank speaks on death of a client in the Banking Hall

*Fighting coronavirus: Tamale Teaching Hospital lab closed down

*Oti Region deploys medical teams at entry points

*Drivers appeal for police post on Bolgatanga-Navrongo Road

*Fight against coronavirus requires attitudinal change – Isaac Adongo

*Let’s turn to God for answers to coronavirus

*Sawla DCE test resident for coronavirus

*Charcoal burners put Damongo in darkness

*Ghana risks being embarrassed if cases of lockdown abuses are not checked – CHRAJ

*Coronavirus: ‘We need thermometre guns at Savelugu’ – MCE pleads

*Rebecca Foundation launches coronavirus relief boxes challenge

*UNFPA joins Office of the First Lady to support ‘Kayayei’

*Two persons intercepted by navy, community over coronavirus in Tema

*Locally-made nose masks to be distributed to vulnerable groups

*Airbus Scandal: Shut up if you have nothing to say – Maurice Ampaw tells NDC

*Coronavirus Lockdown: Police may follow people to their destinations to curb lies – PRO

*Water Aid Ghana supports two districts in coronavirus fight

*Coronavirus: Arrest, prosecute and fine citizens who flout lockdown directives – MAC

*Coronavirus: John Boadu donates PPEs to health facilities in Assin Central

*Spintex residents reject coronavirus isolation center

*Lockdown: Some ‘unprofessional’ security officers dealing with ‘stubborn’ citizens – John Boadu

*Otiko Djaba’s brother contracts coronavirus

*Make Akufo-Addo’s coronavirus test report public – Mintah Akandoh

*‘I’m happy coronavirus is in Ghana’ – Akpaloo

*Ahomka-Lindsay donates medical equipment, supplies to Kumawu Constituency

*Arrest them, you have no rights to touch anybody – CHRAJ Boss to soldiers

*5 coronavirus hotspots identified in Kumasi for mass testing

*Parliament approves $700,000 for families of isolated coronavirus patients – Minority says it’s inadequate

*Agbogba residents join firefighters with buckets of water to douse fire

*Korle-Bu doctors threaten to strike over poor coronavirus preparedness

*Eyes on the Ground: Lashibi food providers give up spaces, join lockdown on Day 4

*NEIP boss donates PPEs to frontline workers in Ejisu

*$100m coronavirus fund: We’ve approved $35m; how will Akufo-Addo fill $65m gap – Avedzi

*Coronavirus: GNPC Foundation donates items to Central Region

*Fight against COVID-19 requires attitudinal change – Isaac Adongo

*Repurpose $3bn Eurobond proceeds, don’t touch Heritage Fund – NDC’s coronavirus team to govt

*Coronavirus: GIS goes after tenants who entered Ghana in March

*Huawei supports Ghana’s fight against Coronavirus

*Gunshot at Kasoa Gada over distribution of MP’s rice, 2 injured

*Africa Centre for Peace Building launches website to fight coronavirus

*Lawyer provides PPEs to fight coronavirus in the Nabdam district

*75 major markets in Volta Region to be closed for fumigation exercise

*Ellembelle DCE donates 250 Veronica buckets, other items to combat Coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Liranz continues to support its clients remotely

*Coronavirus: Preaching to an imaginary congregation not easy – Sam Korankye Ankrah

*Bishop Titi-Ofei retracts building offer for Coronavirus isolation centre after protests

*Coronavirus: Give us financial clearance now, the nation needs us – Jobless nurses

*Give more attention to coronavirus updates – Assibey Antwi urges media

*Coronavirus: Embark on nationwide mass testing – NDC team urges government

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*You were a toddler and have no idea what happened – Osei Kofi slams Elizabeth Ohene

*Maxwell Konadu discusses Asante Kotoko title ambitions

*Coronavirus: Partey gets 70% salary cut at Atletico Madrid

*Abedi Pele pays moving tribute to Pape Diouf: He inspired me and my sons to greatness

*2010 World Cup: Stephen Appiah never wanted to take the penalty – Richard Kingston on Gyan’s miss

*K.P Boateng’s wife feels ‘lucky’ to be in Turkey amidst the coronavirus outbreak

*Dare me and every club secret will come out – Coach Mambo to Ashgold management

*Esperance ace Kwame Bonsu speaks on his transfer issues

*‘Asante Kotoko my toughest opponent’- Medeama’s Samuel Boadu

*We rejected $50k offer for Yacouba because Chibsah wanted 20% – Kotoko chief

*Legon Cities send back Stephen Ayiku Tetteh to Asante Kotoko after a failed loan spell

*Callum Hudson-Odoi reveals how Chelsea Whats App group helped him overcome coronavirus

*GFA asked for my CV on WhatsApp but I didn’t get any feedback – Richard Kingston

*I will come to Ghana and take over the Hearts job- Svetislav Tenasijevic

*Restart of Ghana Premier League depends on European leagues – Reports

*Serbian coach Svetislav Tenasijevic confirms Hears of Oak interest

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*Govt to borrow GH¢17.9bn in Q2

*COVID-19 Lockdown: Security agencies must respect the human rights of civilians

*Coronavirus: British Airways to suspend 36,000 workers

*Minority raises red flags over ‘legality’ of coronavirus National Trust Fund board

*MPs back $20.9m tax waiver for Tamale Airport

*Takoradi Port undertakes operation to onload Combi Dock 1

*Huawei supports MoH with video equipment

*Experts predict an economic recession if coronavirus exceeds projected timelines

*New LPG levy: COPEC threatens legal action against NPA

*Coronavirus: It will take 23 months for employers to recover – Solomon Kotei

*Customers criticize Vodafone over poor internet service

*Nsawam Adoagyiri MCE engages traders over price hikes

*SIGA visits GPHA to foster collaborations towards optimum profitability

*Coronavirus: It will take 23 months for employers to recover – Kotei

*Business Advisory Centre presents start-up kits to clients

*Nigeria borders still closed, ECOWAS must bring them to order – GUTA Secretary

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*I’ll still be an underground artist if not for songs like ‘enjoyment’ – KiDi fires critics

*I’ll soon drop an album and retire from music – Criss Waddle

*Coronavirus not an Akufo-Addo problem; we must unite and fight it – Empress Gifty

*I wish I am locked down in Zimbabwe – Quarantined Elikem Kumordzi pens emotional note

*Selly Galley gives husband, Praye Tietia perfect reward after performing house chores

*I just need the right woman to hold me down – Kwesi Arthur

*Staying happy amidst coronavirus pandemic – Herbalife Ghana shares tips

*Wendy Shay warns fans not to compare her to any musician unless it’s Beyonce

*‘We are dead’ – Sarkodie ‘weeps’ as Akwaboah loses all his songs

*When will life be fun again? 7 signs to recognize when it’s safe to travel

*Sound Lion Records drops ‘mama don’t give up’ single

*How Joshua Alabi ‘punched out’ self-isolation from his home

*Stop saying trash about my artiste in your interviews – Maame Serwaa’s ex-manager warned

*Pregnant Princess Shyngle breaks down in tears talking about her jailed fiancé

*You’ve to be ‘present’ for your long distance relationships to work – Kwaku T

*#Behindthehitz: Appietus clashes with Jay Q with back to back hits

*Efia Odo not ‘cheap’ as people see her – Shatta Wale

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*Minister tells Kenyans to stop trolling coronavirus survivors

*DSE facing tough times as foreign investors stay away

*Coronavirus: Uganda Airlines at a crossroads

*African governments team up with tech giants to fight coronavirus lies

*Ugandan student in Italy pleads for food aid

*Outrage as French doctors say coronavirus cure should first be tested in Africa

*Togo declares state of emergency over coronavirus

*Davido’s 2nd coronavirus test comes back negative

*Malawi confirms three coronavirus cases

*Zambia records first coronavirus death

*SA clinic closed after nurse catches coronavirus

*20 killed in Congo-Brazzaville as lightning triggers electrocution

*Eritrea starts 21-day coronavirus lockdown

*Sierra Leone announces 3-day national lockdown, doctors push for 14 days

*Kenya’s president apologises for police ‘excesses’ amid coronavirus curfew

*Nigeria’s banks face direct hit from geared-up oil producers

*Trapped by Coronavirus, Nigeria’s elite faces squalid hospitals

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*Pandemic forces polio eradication group to suspend campaigns

*Coronavirus: Expert panel to assess face mask use by public

*US jobless claims hit 6.6 million as virus spreads

*Coronavirus renders 6.65 million Americans jobless

*Scientists begin tests on two possible vaccines

*Philippine President orders police to shoot dead anyone causing trouble

*UK warns of EU settlement scheme delays

*Canada coronavirus cases rise above 10,000, death toll jumps 21%

*France records 471 more virus deaths in hospitals as total toll tops 5,000

*Friction over strict Chinese measures

*For some survivors, coronavirus complications can last a ‘lifetime’

*India launches new coronavirus tracking app

*Saudi imposes 24-hour virus curfew in holy cities

*Nivea-maker Beiersdorf scraps 2020 outlook due to coronavirus crisis

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